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Celebrity hair stylist Lee Stafford adds new products to hair care collection

BY Antoinette Alexander

NEW YORK — U.K.-based celebrity hairstylist, Lee Stafford, is adding in February five new products to his hair care collection, which first launched in the United States last May.

The new products include the Lee Stafford Breaking Hair shampoo, conditioner and hair treatment, as well as the Lee Stafford ArganOil from Morocco Miracle Shine Spray and the Lee Stafford Sun Kissed Lightening Spray. The products will be available at Ulta locations nationwide and online at www.Ulta.com.


The Lee Stafford Breaking Hair range is new to the U.S. market and includes a shampoo, conditioner and deep treatment that work together to provide relief to dry, dull hair that is riddled with split ends. The suggested retail price for Lee Stafford Breaking Hair shampoo and conditioner is $13.99. The suggested retail price for the Lee Stafford Breaking hair treatment is $14.99.



The Lee Stafford ArganOil from Morocco Miracle Shine Spray is a lightweight finishing mist designed to leave hair silky and glossy. The Berber women of Morocco have used argan oil as part of their beauty regime for centuries because of its ability to keep hair moisturized in dry, desert conditions. More recently, the many benefits of argan oil have created a great deal of buzz in the beauty industry. The suggested retail price is $12.99. 
 


The new Lee Stafford Sun Kissed Lightening Spray allows users to take charge of their color and lighten hair, no matter what their original shade. With one bottle of the product, users get the option of four different looks. The spray can lighten your overall hair color, create highlights, touch up roots, or even be used to get the ombré style. The suggested retail price is $12.99.


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Musician Adam Levine debuts signature fragrance for men, women

BY Antoinette Alexander

NEW YORK — Maroon 5 front man, Adam Levine, debuted in February his own signature fragrance for men and women.

The recording artist has teamed up with ID Perfumes to develop his signature scent. The women’s Eau de Parfum has a sexy signature. The floral woody scent boasts an overdose of spice intermingled with Indian jasmine petals, Australian sandalwood, and rose petals, to then unveil a base of vanilla. The men’s Eau de Toilette is all parts invigorating and sophisticated with an edge. A rush of mandarin, grapefruit, and lemongrass is intensified by notes of amber, sandalwood, and cedarwood to reveal a fresh, yet intensely masculine fragrance.

The bottles take the form of a microphone, with a weighted cap in silver mesh. The black stem resembles the wire of a microphone.

The fragrances will be sold in 1 fl. oz., 1.7 fl. oz., and 3.4 fl. oz. sizes at suggested retail prices of $35, $45, and $65, respectively. Gift sets and ancillary products will be released seasonally. The line will be available at Macy’s and Macys.com in the U.S. It will also be available at Shopper’s Drug Mart in Canada, with plans for increased distribution both domestically and internationally throughout the year.


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Specific Beauty develops new Dark Spot Corrector Pads

BY Antoinette Alexander

NEW YORK — Specific Beauty, a treatment line for “multi-hued” skin that was developed by dermatologist Heather Woolery-Lloyd, has introduced its new Specific Beauty Dark Spot Corrector Pads.

The hydroquinone- and fragrance-free pads promise to deliver a powerful mix of kojic acid, arbutin and bearberry extract to brighten and even skin tone. Emblica, a natural fruit extract, soothes and calms skin while vitamin C and green tea polyphenols protect against environmental damage.   

“More than 50% of those suffering from uneven skin tone don’t simply have ‘spots’ but also have a generalized uneven appearance to their skin. These pads offer a complete solution for those that experience dark spots and all over uneven skin tone,” explained Woolery-Lloyd.  Specific Beauty’s new Dark Spot Corrector Pads deliver a results-oriented treatment, without irritation, that allows for evening and brightening of the entire face.

Specific Beauty Dark Spot Corrector Pads are priced at $ 59.99.


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