Photo Credit: P&G Family Home
As seen on this morning’s NBC Today show, the P&G Family Home at Sochi is in full swing and offers Winter Olympics athletes, their moms, and their families a home away from home, including a full out salon with hair styling, makeovers, manicures, and moisturizing treatments.
As it did in Vancouver and London, P&G Family Home also provides athletes and their families everyday services (more than 1,200 hours in total), which in addition to beautifying includes changing stations for infants, mobile device charging Powermats from Duracell, and even dental care thanks to Crest and Oral-B. In the salon, Olay, Pantene, CoverGirl, and Wella give moms and their Olympic stars medal-winning
Do BB and CC creams make you want to join AA?
Who doesn’t love new? And in beauty, who doesn’t love something new that you never knew you needed, or cannot imagine how you survived without it for so long?
Case in point: the BB cream. Short for Blemish Balm or Beauty Balm, BB creams tripped the light fantastic in 2012 and became a mainstay of every makeup bag with claims to conceal, protect from the sun, hydrate, moisturize, minimize lines, etc., etc. During 2012, I felt rather dandy going out for the day with one BB cream, normally Garnier Miracle Cream Protector, mascara, and a lip-gloss rather than my usual cacophony of bottles and potions leaking all over the bottom of my Anya H
For the past fifteen years, I’ve been following celebrities as an editor at the national tabloids. So you might say that celebrities are my life – and my livelihood. So I thought a roundup of the products they endorse might prove interesting. Here are some of today’s hottest stars and what they use to enhance their natural beauty.
THE HOT WIFE
No doubt about it, Julianna Margulies, 45, star of hit series The Good Wife stays hot with L’Oreal Paris Revitalift Clinical Repair 10 Day/Night Cream Moisturizer. This anti-aging multi-complex repair cream is lightweight, no
DIAGNOSIS: PRODUCT BUILD UP SYNDROME
If your hair just doesn’t feel clean enough, even after double shampoos, you may be a victim of product buildup….a common affliction. Dull, limp or oily hair requires special attention. You need to wash away all the residue from hard water, smoke, chlorine, salt, gels, mousses, serums without stripping essential moisture and oils.
Clarifying shampoos tend to be higher in pH since they are based on acetic acid, so they can also dry out your hair and scalp. You can use clarifying shampoos once a week to manage product buildup and prevent oily roots. Use sparingly on dry or color treated hair – once every two weeks is probably enough – or de