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Let’s face it; humidity, wind, blowouts, straightening, highlights and workouts can leave your strands severely damaged. So when Dove reached out to Beauty In The Bag and asked us to review their new line just in time for summer, we jumped at the opportunity to try it.
The NEW Dove Regenerative Nourishment system was specially formulated to regenerate the protective layer to bring your hair back to life, no matter what level of damage you have.
The final outcome was stronger, healthier and more manageable hair that felt silky, soft and beautiful. The best part was all of the compliments that we got from friends and co-workers, like, “How did you get your hair to look so good?”😊
High-definition cameras deliver exceptional clarity and resolution to images they capture, but they also highlight skin imperfections. This was the issue Kasey D’Amato and her husband, Stephen D’Amato, First Assistant Director of some of primetime TV’s hottest shows, discovered while on set with actors and actresses. Wanting to develop an all-natural skincare line that would improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and protect collagen from UV and IR radiation, Kasey and Stephen scoured the globe in search of the most innovative and effective natural ingredients. With her passion for skincare and more than 10 years experience as a Dermatology PA, Kasey co-developed Airelle
Alexandra Whitcombe, the daughter of a fine-arts aficionado and a New York City model grew up taking advantage of all that was beautiful around her — gallery openings, the ballet, and high fashion glamour was her world. Earning a degree in Art and Art History helped her fine tune her eye for quality and color, and years working in the floral industry gave her the expertise of how natural botanicals can work hand in hand and elevate beauty products. It was this realization that led Whitcombe to the soon-to-launch Vendome Paris, a luxurious beauty brand born from her love of beauty products and botanicals.
With more than 15 years of experience in both beauty and botanicals, Whitcombe has c
Soon after arriving in the United States from Italy, Umberto Savone attended beauty school and began cutting hair in New York City. He soon opened up a makeup/clothing/hair salon — a very cutting edge concept at the time — in Syracuse, NY and finally headed west to Los Angeles, California, where he now caters to clientele at his two Beverly Hills salons. A defining moment for Savone and his salon occurred in 1982. He knew that he and his team were well on their way when The Los Angeles Times wrote about the best haircutter in Los Angeles…Savone. Then, Time Magazine followed it up with a story about him as well.
His haircare expertise and styling techniques continue to make him an