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.
Just as I predicted, this dry shampoo nonsense on I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here is Speidi’s latest attempt to extend their 15 minutes.
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
Sanjaya Malakar: 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.
Us Weekly has the most hilarious slideshow on their website. See what celebrities would look like with Kate Gosselin’s hair!
for more (photoshopped) pics of celebs rocking the reverse mullet.
In the past week, Rihanna has been taking her hair to new heights. How do we feel about her sky-high hairdos?
Halle Berry looks amazing no matter what she’s got going on with her hair, save for her recent Harper’s Bazaar cover. (Whose harebrained idea was it to put a Raquel Welch-esque wig on Halle Berry?)
But I’m absolutely loving the new short do she debuted yesterday. When you’ve got a face like Halle’s, a cropped coif that frames her delicate features seems like a no-brainer.
What do you think of Halle’s return to short hair?
Sephora now carries hair color! It’s hard to believe that this is a first for the beauty superstore.
Fekkai Salon Color ($30) is a luxurious, do-it-yourself hair color developed by world-renowned celebrity hairstylist, Frederic Fekkai. Now you can achieve rich, radiant, professional-quality color while keeping your hair in optimum condition.
Available in 20 shades, each Salon Color comes with one application of Frederic Fekkai’s signature, three-product coloring regime and the essential tools to achieve a “just stepped out of the salon” look:
* Pre-color Treatment provides targeted repair, guarding ends and dry sections against oversaturation.
* Professional Color delivers a triple-conditioning complex of luxurious butters for moisture and radiance, as well as soothing extracts to help calm the scalp.
* Post-Color Mask deeply conditions hair for an extra boost of shine and smoothness.
* Brush, bowl, and gloves complete your professional setup.
And now, for a limited time, buy any shade of Salon Color at sephora.com and receive 2 oz travel sizes of Technician Shampoo and Technician Conditioner. Enter COLORSALON at checkout. This offer cannot be used in conjunction with other promotional codes.