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July 2012

All -Natural Nail Polish

             All-Natural Nail Polish
Hats off to entrepreneur and mom, Ginny Cardena from Phoenix, AZ!!  Ginny  teamed with a chemist to develop a water-based,  non-toxic nail polish, after taking a close look at the harsh chemicals and smell of most regular nail polishes that her young daughters were using.  Hopscotch Kids was developed and caught on quickly at childrens stores.

The Color of the Moment

The Color of the Moment
MAC Ladyblush
According to Bazaar Magazine, the beautiful rose-gold shade that has been so popular in jewelry, also translates perfectly to makeup.  The combination of the corals and pink of this warm shade compliments every complexion.
Bazaar suggests trying Elizabeth Arden's trio of Pure Finish Highlighter in Rose Illumination, Ceramide Ultra Lipstick in Rose Aurora, and Ceramide Blush in Honey, or try the whole Rose Aurora Collection.

Seventeen Magazine lays off Photoshop

Seventeen Magazine steps up-this is a great decision-all teenage girls are beautiful, no photoshop needed!!                     
Petition convinces Seventeen mag to lay off the Photoshop 2 hrs ago.  Earlier in the year, Maine teenager Julia Bluhmlauncheda petition asking Seventeen magazine to print more images of young women that haven't been touched up. The petition went viral, racked up thousands of signatures, and has now achieved its goal.
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