MEET GEORGE PAPANIKOLAS, TOP COLORIST AND MATRIX CELEBRITY STYLIST
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Expert Colorist and Celebrity Stylist George Papanikolas has a way with hair. Just ask Reese Witherspoon, Mila Kunis, Miranda Kerr, Kim Kardashian, Kelly Rowland or Ellie Goulding, all who have had the pleasure of sitting in his chair. He divides his time at high-end salons in New York City (at the Rita Hazan Salon), Los Angeles (at the Andy Lecompte Salon) and Dubai (at the Belle Femme Salon) and juggles editorial and advertising bookings, film projects, music tours, music videos, fashion shows and private clients including celebrities, Heads of State and top level executives, plus he’s the Celebrity Stylist for Matrix professional hair color, hair care and styling products. InStyle, Allure
GORGEOUS GIVEAWAY FROM SKINMEDICA
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SkinMedica is known for its potent formulations using active ingredients that are clinically proven to deliver results. Popular among dermatologists and plastic surgeons, the SkinMedica range offers a full line of extremely high-quality skin care products that help rejuvenate skin, treat acne, protect skin from UV damage and manage delicate skin after treatments with injections, peels and lasers.Â Their best-selling products have been featured in INSTYLE, People, Elle, Self, Vogue, and many others, and are the desert island beauty products of A-list celebs and uber Derms alike.
THE GORGEOUS GIVEAWAY
This Gorgeous Giveaway includes one of their best selling products –
ARE YOUR MANICURES TOXIC?
Gel manicures and pedicures are popular largely because they last a lot longer than traditional manicures with acrylic nail polish.
How much longer? Traditional manicures last two to three days tops without chipping (most of the time, your nails chip before you get home from the salon), but gel nail polish can last up to two weeks without a chip or crack.
Yes, thatâ€™s a major plus, but experts warn that the risks of gel manicures may outweigh their benefits. Gel manicures may be causing your nails to grow brittle and/or peel and crack, says Chris Adigun, MD, a dermatologist and assistant professor of dermatology at The Ronald O. Perelman Department of Dermatology at New York Un