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Weird New Trend: Roller Ball Beauty

katamariHave a “ball” with the latest packaging trend: roll-on beauty products! Skip the lengthy beauty routines and roll your way to beauty Katamari-style with these skincare, makeup and fragrance products.

Of course, some of them are just weird:

Double-mini-roller-ball-Face massager weird Asian beauty

Yep, this “facial massager” (similar, $13) is a real thing. A real thing I would never want anyone to see me rubbing on my face. It seems like the kinda thing you could film and charge people to watch, if you get my drift.

Here are some more reasonable ways to integrate rolling into your beauty routine:

Philosophy Amazing Grace Concentrated Perfume Oil: Now you can roll-on the clean, feminine scent of Philosophy’s best-selling fragrance, Amazing Grace. Perfect for the girl on the go, this roll-on fragrance makes it easier than ever to take Grace wherever you go. Price: $25

By Terry VIP Skin-Expert Peace & Glow: a calming and soothing multi-active skincare roller ball that activates micro-circulation and drains tense, puffy areas. Price: $65 at Barneys

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Hairstyle How To: Style a French Twist

Hairstyle How to Style a French Twist“French twist” is a catch-all term for an easy and adaptable type of updo. The basic French twist can be modified into any number of updo hairstyles – but it’s beautiful all on its own! This is a great choice for a prom or wedding hairstyle, and if you’re brave and can do anything with pin curls or braiding, you can modify it to no end. Here’s how to create the basic French twist all by your wittle self at home. C’mon baby, let’s do the Twist!

1. Use a thin, oily serum or hair gel like Garnier Sleek & Shine and grease your hair up top to bottom. Classically, this look is very finished, so we recommend greasing the front up as well. Start with a side part that has more hair on the left side of your head when looking in the mirror. (It doesn’t have to be extreme, just enough to give us some excess hair on that side.) Slick your hair back into a low ponytail at the nape of your neck and slightly off to the right – but don’t use your hairtie yet; just hold it there. Thaaaaat’s right. Keep holding it. Yeah. You’ll do what I say just ’cause I say so.

2. Okay, I’m off my power trip. Bend the ponytail up against the back of your head and fold the ends of your hair down underneath the ponytail. (Note: If you have unusually long hair, first: I hate you, and second: you may have to fold your hair down a couple more times to get the top of the twist even with your head. Oh wahhh, I have to fold my long luxurious hair down more than a regular person. Poor you.) The top of the ponytail where the ends are folded under should fall right below your crown. Smooth the hair on the right side (this should be the side with less hair, if you parted as directed) against the back of your head.

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Hair Product Review Garnier Fructis Sleek and Shine Leave-in Serum Argan Oil

Hair Product Review: Garnier Fructis Sleek n’ Shine Leave-In Serum

Hair Product Review Garnier Fructis Sleek and Shine Leave-in Serum AdThis is one of those drugstore products I’m always recommending, so I figured I should officially review it. Garnier Fructis Sleek & Shine Leave-In Serum is a great all-in-one product for a good price: it reduces frizz, adds shine, and gives hair a generally polished look. One of the reasons I love it is that it’s great on a multitude of hair types – curly, straight, wavy, Carrot Top… the list goes on.

Hair Product Review: Garnier Fructis Sleek n’ Shine Leave-In Serum Carrot Top
Only with Garnier, baby.

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