Adrienne Raheb
April 22, 2016

Celebrate Earth Day with FeelGoodz


Steppin’ Easy, Kyle, Founder of Feelgoodz: It all started when I was backpacking in Thailand. While walking through a night market in Bangkok, my flip-flops wore out and broke. Needing to find another pair, I walked up to a vendor’s display shaped like a tree with flops hanging from the branches. What I tried on was the most comfortable flip-flop I had ever worn.

Relieved to no longer be barefoot, I was curious why the flip-flops were so comfortable. I discovered they were made from 100% natural rubber tapped from Thai rubber trees, and that the local farmers have honed their techniques for extracting the sustainable resource. I was fascinated. The idea of comfortable, sustainable flip-flops was so captivating to me that I founded Feelgoodz in 2008.

Today, I’m still traveling to remote locations to discover new artisans and techniques. I am dedicated to bringing you the best products available and I’m thrilled that our partners in Thailand, Guatemala, Pakistan, and Vietnam all help to create our comfortable, all-natural products.


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April 22, 2016

Look Like A Bombshell in Lybethras Brazilian Bikinis


You don’t have to be a Brazilian beach bunny to wear a beautiful Brazilian bikini! Lybethras Swim, one of Brazil’s newest bikini exports, is making a splash in the US thanks to its colorful, handmade, mix and match printed bikinis! A Sports Illustrated Swim favorite, Lybethras bikinis boast teeny tiny cut outs, sexy one pieces and playful hand woven crochet accents.

Not only is each bikini handmade in Brazil, but Lybethras owner and designer, Luciana Martinez, has paired up with the non profit Brazilian organization Servi to provide every crochet detail found on each bikini. The organization provides low-income expectant mothers with the skills to become financially independent, creating a sustainable micro-economy for those most in need.

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April 12, 2016

Ivyrevel, Sweden’s newest fast-fashion introduces their festival collection.

IVYREVEL – a new global digital fashion house for women out of Stockholm, is setting a new agenda in digital innovation, design process and customer experience.The e-tailer is a pioneering digital fashion brand proud to be supported by H&M GROUP, PAYPAL and selected influential business giants within digital technology. The Ivyrevel brand launched globally on April 7th 2016 and has dropped their debut “festival collection” today, Monday, April 11 (just in time for Coachella).


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April 7, 2016

The Winner of It’s a Glam Thing Beauty box has been selected


Congratulations Polly D. of Cedar Creek, TX, you are the winner of our January Beauty Box. Expect your Beauty Box soon and enjoy your beauty products from the following merchants:


My Other Bag  Beauty Pouch

Pura d’or Enriching Shampoo

Pencil Me In Cosmetics Eye Liner Pencils

Jouer Cosmetics Powdered Eye Shadow

Cargo Cosmetics Texaslash Mascara

Caudalie Facial and Hair Oil

Loreal Cell Renewal Night Creme

Bath & Body Works Shower Gel

Ciate Nail Polish

Revlon Colorstay Cosmetics

Apothederm Acne Clarifying Treatment

Whiteninglightning Zero White Teeth Whitening Pen


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April 6, 2016

Slay Like Zendaya at the iHeartRadio Music Awards!


Zendaya walked the red-carpet at the iHeartRadio Music Awards with a fierce and edgy smokey eye. Marlena Stell, makeup educator and Makeup Geek CEO, recreates the stunner’s look using Makeup Geek!
Here’s how to get her look:
Barcelona Beach, Cocoa Bear, Corrupt, Mocha, Taupe Notch, In The Spotlight, Full Spectrum Eye Liners: Obsidian, Nude
Use Barcelona Beach as a transition (area between your brow bone and crease) and all over the lid and crease to make future blending easier.

Swipe Cocoa Bear into the crease blending out harsh lines only, this will add warmth to the overall look. Pat In The Spotlight all over the lid, to add more depth and drama to this metallic smokey eye add Corrupt to the outer V of the eye blending slightly into the crease.

Line the lower waterline with a Full Spectrum Eye Liner pencil in the color Nude .

Tightly line the lower lash line with Corrupt and smoke that out with Taupe Notch and finish this look with a pair of cat eye false lashes and you’re all set!

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April 4, 2016

Schwarzkopf had country music stars looking fabulous


Schwarzkopf celebrity hairstylist, Richard Collins, styled Vocal Group of the Year, Little Big Town for the 51st annual Academy of Country Music Awards!


Karen Fairchild

Here are the how-tos:

Step 1 :
After drying freshly washed hair, apply the Schwarzkopf styliste ULTIME Biotin + Volume Mousse to the ends of hair. Use a large boar brush to create volume at the roots and then go in with a 2 inch curling iron making big waves, section by section.

Step 2:
Once the waves are set in place, softly brush them out, and set the look with Schwarzkopf styliste ULTIME Crystal Shine Hair Spray.


Kimberly Schlapman


Step 1 :
Start with dry straight hair, or dry naturally curly hair. Using a 1/4 curling iron, work your way from the back of the head to the front, dusting Schwarzkopf styliste ULTIME Biotin+ Volume Magic Volume Powderstyliste ULTIME Biotin+ Volume Magic Volume Powder on each section. This is done to add extra definition and volume to the curls.

Step 2:
Using bobby pins, pin some of the back hair up to create a big, bold shape. Pull some hair off the shoulders by pinning back behind the ears and leaving a few tendrils to frame the face giving a soft finish. Add shine and keep the look in place with Schwarzkopf styliste ULTIME Crystal Shine Hairspray.

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March 29, 2016

Sally Hansen is the exclusive nail partner for DKNY



Sally Hansen is excited to be the exclusive nail partner for DKNY and to create the nail looks for the Fall 2016 fashion show during New York Fashion Week. “We wanted a playful look that mixes it up with a graphic design and tones from the 90’s,” explained Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne, DKNY Creative Directors.

“When I think of DKNY, I think of the cool inspiration of the 90’s, the color palette of black, gray, white, neutrals, and strong graphic shapes. I knew the nails needed to feel equally sharp. The girls each have their own personality, a variety of hair styles and thus, a variety of nail styles as well. Using two colors, Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure in Dark Hue-mor, a deep navy and Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure in Commander in Chic, a muddy gray-purple, we created four different nail looks which will be randomly applied to the girls backstage. Every girl will have a unique combination of flare.” – Madeline Poole, Sally Hansen Global Color Ambassador

unnamedCommander in Chic and Dark Hue-mor are part of Sally Hansen’s award-winning Complete Salon Manicure collection that infuses trend-setting shades with an expert-quality formula to deliver salon-caliber results. Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure delivers seven salon manicure steps in one bottle. Chip-resistant strength joins gel-quality shine. Runway-ready color meets nourishing benefits. Plus, with a built-in base and top coat, it’s all you need to achieve a professional manicure at home.

Sally Hansen Global Color Ambassador Madeline Poole is a nail artist working in New York and LA. Trained as a painter, Madeline discovered the world of on-set manicuring, immediately recognizing that it was a culmination of all of her talent, interests and expertise. Her unique ability to craft innovative nail designs, impeccable execution, and emphasis on skin care has made her one of the most sought after names in the beauty industry. As part of her collaboration with Sally Hansen, Madeline helps set the artistic direction for a new generation of modern nail looks and collections globally with her fashion-forward vision.


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March 21, 2016

The Braided Ponytail DIY by Ruth Roche


Pro Advice from Ruth Roche – The ponytail is one of the most universal ways to style hair – everyone has their signature default version, because it’s so darn comfortable and easy. BUT, the line has to be drawn if it’s just the old pull back and secure, there are so many cooler ways to wear ponytails these days. Ruth Roche, Artistic Ambassador for Pureology Serious Colour Care, shows Melanie Ngo, contributing writer, just how easy it is to create a Braided Ponytail:

“We created multiple braids that were pulled apart for a lacing effect and then swept back into a ponytail – it literally takes minutes to do and adds cool texture to a ponytail,” says Roche.

Braided Ponytail
· Rub a small amount of Pureology Colour Stylist Density Definer in hands.
· Take a section on one side of the head towards the front half, apply product and create a 3-strand braid (right over left, left over right, etc.). Braid loosely, and at the bottom where the elastic will be, hold with fingers and starting at the top of the braid, gently pull up on each strand to create a lace effect. Make sure to pull up and not towards the face. Secure with elastic.
· Repeat on a section more towards the back of the head, so there are 2 braids on the side.
· Repeat previous steps on other side of the head.
· Pull back into a low ponytail, leaving pieces out in the front to frame face and look organic…or, skip this step and just wear the lace braids with hair down!

“This braided ponytail looks effortless, but it’s unusual…it’s a little different, not your average ponytail,” adds Roche.
Look for other tips and tricks for a good hair day on

Ruth Roche is Artistic Ambassador for Pureology Serious Colour Care, specializing in design and finishing. She is also an established celebrity stylist (Anne Hathaway, Claire Danes, Amy Adams, Jenna Fischer, Mariah Carey…) and maintains a loyal clientele at Cutler Salon in NYC. Her work has been published in countless magazines, including Bazaar, Nylon, Vanity Fair, Cosmopolitan, Seventeen, Culture, More, American Salon and Modern Salon (portfolio:

Stylists from around the world fuel their creative fire with her and consumers and celebrities are attracted to her down-to-earth edgy approach to hair. Roche makes everyday a good hair day!

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March 14, 2016

Yara Shahidi Carries Henri Bendel to the Kid’s Choice Awards


LOS ANGELES – March 14, 2016 – Yara Shahidi was photographed carrying Henri Bendel at the Kid’s Choice Awards this weekend! The black-ish star accessorized her colorful outfit with a Henri Bendel Straw Party Starter Box in Black ($148).


Thunderman actress Kira Kosin was also photographed wearing Henri Bendel’s Luxe Pave Orbital Cuff Ring ($78,




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March 11, 2016

SinfulColors features the Kylie Jenner Nail Lacquer Collection


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