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Beauty brand partnerships are a popular theme, and we’ve brought you many of the best. Think Sephora and Marc Jacobs, Michael Kors and Estee Lauder, OPI and Ace Hardware. The possibilities are endless!
There is is a wave of exceptionally pretty collaborations that we have our eyes on. Here are three to love, buy, or perhaps gift to someone (or even yourself)…
Nanette Lepore for Origins
Designer Nanette Lepore burst into the fashion world with her colorful and vibrant prints that were inspired by the cultures and customs from around the world. Origins has partnered with the designe
Photo Credit: Lela Rose Hair by Ted Gibson
“Texture” has always been an it word for hair, and we’ve seen so many seasons of it: air-dried locks, nothing but a spritz of L’Oreal Elnett, and lots of volumizer (Phyto’s Volumactif is always popular) and little else will go a long way. Braids were everywhere during Fashion Week’s Autumn/Winter 2014 season. The hair trends in general veered towards wearable “street style” hair but with a bit more unexpected texture.
Here are some hair trends that truly stood out during Fashion Week’s Fall/Winter 2014 shows:
Braided Romantic Hair
Lela Rose’s inspiration was the world-famous chef Ferran Adria, and she used a “food as art” concept (with its emphasis on molecular gastronomy textures)
Cranberry sauce – the tangy essence of every holiday dinner. But these bright red berries are also loaded with omega fatty acids, vitamin E and antioxidants, which make them ideal for health and beauty products.
Cranberries grow in bogs throughout the cool regions of the northern hemisphere. The fruit is a berry that is initially white, but turns a deep red when fully ripe. Most cranberries are marketed as a “superfruit” due to their nutrient content and antioxidant qualities. Here’s a holiday roundup of fabulous products for you to use for yourself or for stocking stuffers.
A IS FOR ARCONA
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