A huge skincare & beauty giveaway, a Hydroxatone Revitalizing Microdermabrasion review, the secrets of ageless women, my favorite new hair product and sexist critics of The Hunger Games. Happy reading!
Skin We’re In launch giveaway – Skin We’re In
Why we love it: We’re in it, and it’s an incredible prize pack for anyone who loves skincare and beauty! Enter for a chance to win $350 worth of skincare products, including the Hydroxatone Facial Rejuvenation System: AM/PM Anti-Wrinkle Complex, Revitalizing Microdermabrasion, Microsonic Facial Brush, 30-day supply of Hydroxatone Daily Essentials Multi-Pack Vitamins for Skin, Hair, Nails & Overall Healthand other great products from The Body Shop, Bliss Spa and more!
What We’re Sweet On: A Face Massage in a Jar – Bellasugar
Why we love it: We love when bloggers love our products as much as we do. Recognition is a good thing! “Face massage in a jar” should probably be our new tagline. Hmmmm….
Secrets of Ageless Women – Harpers Bazaar
Why we love it: It’s fascinating to hear what (famous) women do to look young and beautiful. My favorites were Jamie Tisch (because Refine is my favorite workout too!), Donna Karan (I agree that what you eat makes a huge difference) and Linda Rodin (because rocking gray hair and pink lipstick is awesome).
Worth it: Shine Without Grease – Jezebel
Why we love it: I actually read this last week, and the next day at the end of my morning run I stopped at the drug store and picked this product up. Considering I’ve got tons of similar products, that should say a lot about how much I liked this article! I used it that same morning and I agree 100% with the article! My hair was shiny and very soft to the touch, not at all sticky. I love how one great review can convert anybody!
Were critics sexist about The Hunger Games? – Fit-a-licious
Why we love it: We all know I love The Hunger Games, and I was surprised to hear about the criticism. While I did think that Jennifer Lawrence didn’t look as starving as she probably could have, it is unfair to hold her to a standard but not hold the boys who played Peeta and Gale to the same scrutiny.
What are your thoughts on any of these reads? What are you reading?