Entries from October 30th, 2011

Lilo Cleans Up With Special Help From Zoom


It was the yuck mouth picture heard round the world.  A photo of Lindsay Lohan’s yellow smoker’s teeth surfaced a few weeks ago and was circulated in every celebrity gossip outlet.

Lilo got the message loud and clear, tweeting a picture of herself today after a quick Zoom session:

Lindsay Lohan's photo Thanks Dr. Dorfman for the zoom... My gums are so sore though!
Lindsay Lohan on WhoSay

It’s amazing how much younger and refreshed her new grill and cutesy side braid makes her look.

Memo to self: nicotine patch starts…now!

Supersmile Offers a “WICKED” Halloween Discount


Too much Halloween treats may leave your teeth an unflattering goolish shade. Supersmile is offering a discount from now until October 31st.

Just visit www.supersmile.com – upon entering “wicked” at checkout, you’ll receive 20% off your entire purchase!

Curly Girls! Fight Frizz This Winter With Tips From Curl Expert Ouidad


Winter can be harsh for your hair–especially us curlies! Curl expert, Oudidad, reveals how to the best way to protect your curls this winter.

With the winter comes hats and scarves, etc.  Ouidad recommends, “To revive curls after wearing a hat and without product, I do recommend using water.  Wet your hands in a sink and run them over the curls.  This will help give them some moisture.   Then, to give volume back to flattened curls, place your fingertips on your scalp and massage the roots of the hair to open up the curls again.”

Another suggestion from Ouidad is to carefully arrange your hair before you put on hat to avoid too much flattening: “When you are planning on wearing a hat, roll your hair into pin curls and secure them with a bobby pin before putting on your hat.  When you take it off, remove the bobby pins and let your curls fall into place.”

The cold temps and harsh winds can wreak havoc on kinky tresses, plus cause dryness and frizz that keep your curls from looking luscious.  So how can you keep your hair from getting weary this winter? Prevention is always the best remedy…below are Ouidad’s solutions to keep bad hair days at bay:


A still lined hat can be a kinky curls’ best friend this season, an excellent way to protect delicate curls when temperatures plunge. And to ensure that your ringlets are ready to brave the elements, choose a lightweight conditioner – the Ouidad Moisture Lock Leave In Conditioner does the job without weighing your curls down.


It can be easy to overdo it with too many products keeping your hair looking great; Ouidad always says less is more bcause product build up can cause locks to look limp and lackluster.   That’s why Ouidad’s Shine Glaze Serum rinses easily, so dullness is never an issue.


Curls can lose nutrients, especially when they’re dry and weather damaged.  Luckily, health and beauty can be restored with deep conditioning. Ouidad’s Deep Treatment lays a nourishing foundation for manageable curls.

We’ll always have bad weather days to endure, but you can rely on Ouidad solutions to control them and help put the bad hair day blues behind you!


Nicki Manaj to Launch Nail Polish Collection With OPI


US Weekly reports that rapper Nicki Minaj will be launching her own nail polish line with OPI.

“OPI is so excited to work with Nicki in releasing these six new nail lacquers,” Suzi Weiss-Fischmann, OPI Executive VP & Artistic Director, said in a statement. “Nicki has taken the hip-hop world by storm, but her music is only part of the equation. She’s also become a fashion inspiration, noted for her daring costumes and hair color both on and off the stage.”

The polish is set to hit Ulta, JC Penny’s, and other retailers January 2012 for $8.50 each. As colorful and unique as her costumes, the line will feature Friday (a creamy bubblegum hue), Metallic 4 Life (a charcoal sparkle), Super Bass Shatter (a purple, graffiti art-inspired topcoat effect), Save Me (a silver-rainbow glitter), Fly (an electric aqua) and Did It On ‘Em (a fluorescent lime).

On another note…what’s up with her makeup in this photo? Highlighting and contouring should not be that obvious!

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