Chelsea Handler generated quite a lot of buzz on Instagram.
This beloved comedienne, talk show host and author isn’t known to shy away from controversial subjects on her Netflix series ‘Chelsea Does,’ and is pretty vocal in the era of Trump.
She doesnâ€™t have a filter on her chat fest and didn’t use one on Instagram either. Handler, 41, posted her before-and-after images of her face following a single treatment with Scitonâ€™s ProFractional Skin Laser. This got picked up in major media outlets too, including PEOPLE.
And in a word, WOW! Even more impressive, no-one paid this influencer to post the shots which she clearly states up front. “Before and after. #pr
George Papanikolas knows hair and he knows coloring. He knows what is going to look natural, frame your face and make your eyes stand out. He also knows whatâ€™s not going to work and will ultimately damage your mane.
Itâ€™s a gift, and one that has made Papanikolas among the most sought after colorists in Hollywood, Manhattan and Dubai.Â Using the French, freehand technique called Balayage, he creates natural-looking, sun-kissed color for all-comers. He divides his time between Los Angeles, at the Andy Lecompte Salon; New York City, at the Rita Hazan Salon; and Dubai at the Belle Femme Salon.Â Papanikolas is also the celebrity stylist for Matrix.
He was in New York Cit
Calling all budding makeup artists. This contest is for you. Womenâ€™s Health magazine is sponsoring the first-ever talent search for the next social beauty star. They are looking for anyone with a love of beauty, including amateur and professional makeup artists, who posts makeup looks and tutorials on Instagram.
One grand prize winner and one runner up will be selected. In addition to being named the Womenâ€™s Health beauty blogger of summer 2014, the grand prize winner will be featured in an issue of the magazine, and enjoy a spa trip for two to the Gansevoort resort in Turks and Caicos. The runner up will receive a complete set of the products that won Womenâ€™s Healt
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One of the great things about being a beauty editor is meeting the movers and shakers of the industryâ€”the product developers, marketing executives, and public relations pros that make sure the greatest and latest makeup and skincare get to stores and shelves.
In addition to press events, editors get to hobnob with beautymakers at trade shows and industry events. This week, the annual HBA Global Expo took place in New York City at the Jacob Javits Center.
The show comprises product, ingredient, and packaging exhibits, as well as a roster of educational seminars. Thatâ€™s where the hobnobbing begins, and in fact Beautyinthebagâ€™s very own editor in chief Wendy Lewis c