Last night, E! ran a piece on Heatherette. Daily 10 host Catt Sadler interviewed the dynamic duo about their new MAC collection. Here are some juicy highlights from the tête-à-tête-a-tête:
Pretty boy Zac Efron, of High School Musical Fame, was recently sent a care package – courtesy of Richie Rich. Zac’s fondness for bronzer is well-known (and documented), so Richie sent him Heatherette Beauty Powder in Smooth Harmony.
Richie’s favorite product from the collection is the Beauty Powder in Alpha Girl, while Traver prefers the Hollywood Nights Lipstick.
Elle Macpherson – who is nicknamed ‘The Body’ – will now be the face of Revlon. Elle joins Revlon’s diverse lineup of gorgeous spokeswomen including Halle Berry, Jessica Alba, and Kate Bosworth. “Elle’s special qualities as a businesswoman, beautiful and talented model, actress and mother represent the essence of the Revlon brand,” says Revlon’s President and CEO David Kennedy.
In related news, American Idol alum Katharine McPhee has signed a two-year endorsement deal with Neutrogena to become the new face of their anti-acne line. Katherine shot her first Neutrogena commercial in L.A. last week. The ad will be coming to a TV set near you, beginning in May.
I heart my hair dryer. There’s really nothing I would change about my T3 Featherweight Dryer. Add to it? That’s another story.
For as long as I can remember, I have been using a pik attachment in tandem with my hair dryer. The two rows of teeth glide through hair and detangle, while the dryer is doing its job. Most importantly, the pik eliminates the need for the round or vent brush that many use when drying their hair. And it straightens like you wouldn’t believe, even at the roots.
Some dryers come with pik attachments and some don’t. But for the ones that don’t, you can usually find a universal pik attachment at a beauty supply store. But with my magical T3, the universal pik attachments don’t fit. Plus there’s a warning that if you damage the dryer by trying to channel MacGyver (I’m paraphrasing, obviously), the warranty is null and void.
Currently, three of T3’s four dryers come with a Tourmaline concentrator nozzle. And the only T3 attachment that is available for purchase is their Bespoke Diffuser II. So I’m resorting to begging.
T3, please create a pik attachment for your dryers! You could call it the Spoiled Pretty Pik. Doesn’t that have a nice ring to it?
When you think of toner, you probably envision a runny product that stings the skin, leaves your face somewhat tight, and smells like rubbing alcohol. That’s what I thought about, anyway, until I tried Kiehl’s Ultra Facial Toner.
First of all, its non-alcoholic formula is unscented. So no walking around with a face that smells like a medicine cabinet. And the creamy texture doesn’t tingle like traditional toners, but it is just as effective – if not more – thanks to emollients that gently remove residue while moisturizing and comforting skin.
The Ultra Facial Toner works for everyone – not just oily/combination skin types. In fact, after washing with Kiehl’s Ultra Facial Cleanser and then toning with this product, my dry skin was so hydrated that I skipped moisturizer!
And for you ladies who have been desperately trying to introduce your man’s skin to a more upscale skincare routine – look no further. Kiehl’s Ultra Facial products are gentle, unscented, and have guy-friendly packaging. Buy yourself some, and sit them by the sink. Sharing is caring.
Available at Kiehl’s counters and at kiehls.com.
Youngblood Mineral Cosmetics will be at Henri Bendel this week to premier their Spring 2008 Moroccan Collection. This is a great opportunity for to familiarize yourself with this line of luxe mineral cosmetics!
Indulge in a FREE forehead-to-chin Youngblood makeover by top Hollywood makeup artists and see for yourself why A-list celebs insist on this premier line of chic, healthy mineral cosmetics to get ready for their close-ups.
Plus, you’ll also get the opportunity to meet founder and creator Pauline Youngblood herself!
Youngblood Mineral Cosmetics
Hollywood Makeovers at Henri Bendel
712 Fifth Avenue at 56th Street
New York, NY
March 24-30, 2008
Hours: Mon – Sat, 10am-8pm; Sun, 12pm-7pm
For more information, please call 1.800.HBENDEL or visit ybskin.com.