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 looks.
Here are ways Team USA’s athletes are staying pretty.
Gold medalist Jamie Anderson visited the P&G Family Home and had her hair done up in red, white, and blue braids (officially called the “Biathlon Braid”). Anderson’s sister received a stars and stripes manicure, which we reproduced at home using the Stay Brilliant Nail Gloss (no base coat required!) in Ever Reddy (a true red), Snow Storm (white), and a patch of blue with Eternal Oceans.
At home, cheer on the team with red, white, and blue eye makeup using multi-colored eyeliners. In the photo above, I’m wearing CoverGirl’s Ink It! in Aquamarine Plus beneath my eyes.
U.S. Olympic Figure Skating Team member Ashley Wagner likes the multitasking benefits ofÂ CoverGirl lipstick, which she slices and uses as eyeshadow for their staying power and the way it complements her dress. She also loves her Pantene hairspray.
J&J has presence at the games too. Synchronized swimmer Marya Koroleva protects her skin against the winter sun and uses SPF like its going out of style with Aveeno Positively Radiant Tinted Moisturizer SPF 30. “It has just enough color to even out the redness of my face. It’s a great combination of moisturizerÂ and foundation in one.” adding that she liked the SPF factor as well.