What: Angela buffs up with Neutrogena’s manicure alternative, the Instant Nail Enhancer.
What: The latest beauty blog buzz is all about Soap & Glory Cosmetics, scheduled to land any second at a Target near you. What the beauty heads say: This from Girlawhirl.com: “Ever since [girlawhirl] tried Marcia Kilgore’s latest creation, Soap & Glory Cosmetics when they were introduced in England last summer, she’s been dying to […]
What: Onatoko offers unique funky finds from Japan, Hong Kong and Korea.
What: Angela tries out yet another entry to the anti-aging product parade, this one promises to reduce the appearance of fine line and wrinkles, by conditioning your lips.
What: Angela gives Dr. Scholl’s For Her Pumice Foot Scrub and Foot Softening Balm a test run. The Lowdown: Dr. Scholl’s, the go-to-guy for all things foot, offers up a line of products for the ladies. The pumice scrub boasts the benefit of a pumice stone in lotion form, to exfoliate and moisturize. The softening […]
Dear Budget Fashionista, Are cocktail rings with semi-precious stones like amethyst, aquamarine, ruby, pink sapphire are still “in”? and whether or not you could wear them everyday or only for special occasions. A: It used to be the only people who wore cocktail rings were women named “Marg”, who lived in Miami with a husband […]
What: Angela tries out a cleanser and toner from Nordic cosmetic company Lumene’s “Lift Touch” line of products. The Lowdown: I’m not sure what “Lift Touch” is supposed to mean or why “arctic heather” is supposed to be good for my skin, but I’ll chalk that one up to a breakdown in cultural translation. These […]
Dear Budget Fashionista, Are black denim jeans at all acceptable? I’ve never cared for them, but the director of my department at work doesn’t like blue denim, so we can’t wear it. Answer: The 80’s are back and so are its jeans. Black (although with gray, yellow, red, and hot pink) denim jeans are very […]
What: Sabina reviews a product that fixes hair that’s been ruined by chemical treatments, $8.29-$8.75
What: The people behind Crocs, the plastic shoes we all love to hate, has just come out with a more traditional shoe line called “You by Crocs” and, ehh umm, they’re actually cute. AOL/Money: The first YOU by Crocs(TM) collection (MSRP: $149-$299), High Spirits, features luxurious materials, including lamb’s wool, leather and suede that line […]