OPI is collaborating with The Coca-Cola Company this summer. Several of the The Coca-Cola Company’s most recognized brands – including Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Coke Zero, Cherry Coke, Vanilla Coke, Sprite and Fanta – will be the inspiration for a line of OPI limited edition nail lacquers that will launch internationally in June 2014.
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POPSUGAR, my favorite online destination for lifestyle, shopping and entertainment, has launched its own TV show on the TV Guide Network. POPSUGAR NOW is a half-hour entertainment news series that recaps daily breaking celebrity stories, fashion and lifestyle content from studios in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Set your dial to TVGN every weeknight to catch all the action. The amazing POPSUGAR CONTINUE READING
Hey guys! I know it's cold outside, but with warmer weather right around the corner, I wanted to give you all a taste of my top ten favorite products for spring so you can all be prepared to strut into the new season looking and feeling your very best!
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Personally, I've found the Sochi Olympics to be underwhelming, so far. But you know what keeps me tuning in - at least on the figure skating days, anyway? Johnny Weir.
Honestly, the two-time Olympic skating champ turned commentator could be speaking Russian as he critiques the performances for NBC Sports Network. All anyone really wants to know is where they can buy CONTINUE READING
Don't you just love gifts with purchase and beauty minis? Some of my favorite product discoveries have been items I happened upon because they were a gift with purchase or some kind salesperson slipped me a sample. If you like these tiny treats as much as I do, here's a deal you won't want to miss.
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Anyone else here a fan of HBO’s True Blood? If you happened to catch the season 2 premiere episode, “Nothing But the Blood,” you probably noticed that Eric made an appearance with foils in his hair.
I kinda like that they didn’t address or try to explain Eric’s tin foil situation…so I’m forced to invent my own back story. Like maybe Eric thought he’d get some torture and bloodsucking in while his hair color was processing.
Last week, BellaSugar recommended this Fab Hairband Elastic Ball from Forever 21, for you gals who have major probs keeping track of your hair elastics. At $3.50, it’s definitely a cheap and chic way to stay organized. But here’s my tip (and it’s free)…
You know that mini hairbrush that lives in the bottom of your handbag? Wrap, like, 10 hair elastics around the handle; you’ll never be caught in a bad hair situation, without a way to reign in your mane.
Yesterday, rumors surfaced that Heidi (Montag) Pratt had a deal with QVC to sell her upcoming line of dry shampoo. But when contacted by Access Hollywood, a QVC rep dismissed the rumor. “We currently do not have anything in the works with Heidi Pratt,” the QVC rep said.
How much you wanna bet that they have something in the works with Heidi Montag?
Access Hollywood also learned that the reality show provided the cast with basic necessities and hygiene products – including shampoo, soap and toothpaste. However, each contestant was allowed to bring one luxury item with them into the jungle. Peep the cast members’ personal choices:
Angela V. Shelton: a clothesline Frances Callier: leather gloves Janice Dickinson: Egyptian face cream John Salley: digital camera
Lou Diamond Phillips: family photos Patti Blagojevich: a makeup compact SanjayaMalakar: sports balls Torrie Wilson: self-tanning lotion Stephen Baldwin: toothpicks Heidi & Spencer Pratt: dry shampoo
The ‘celebrities’ were also allowed to bring three pairs of underwear and three bathing suits. They were provided clothing to wear on the show.
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