June 29, 2009
InStyle lists two innovative products for its readers, the Orly Smudge Fixer and a Revlon polish that smells fruity.
Redbook recommends Tweezerman Matchbox Files in a purse-sized case.
Vogue says to go with the brights and neons this summer.
A Los Angeles nail tech tells Self readers to use lip balm for emergency mending of jagged cuticles.
Hollywood insiders tell Self magazine their favorite beauty products.
Essence magazine says to kick up manicures a notch with texture, color and fun pairings.
May 27, 2009
Redbook says coral is the season's flirtiest, most festive shade.
Redbook gives readers a checklist of must-haves for the next shopping trip.
From reds to browns to golds to flashy hues, Marie Claire editors choose an assortment of beauty products in stunning shades.
Pedi professionals tell Instyle readers everything they need to know about pedicures.
Cosmopolitan lists the best, and cheapest, beauty finds for the summer.
To spread the amount of time between nail salon trips, keep the nicks and chips to a minimum.
Brittle nails say a lot about your habits, and overcoming these habits will help nails heal.
To stretch a beauty budget, Shape shows readers three ways to save money.
Shape lists the top four hassle-free hair removal products for summer.
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