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Pacific World creates press-on nail collection under Fing’rs brand

BY Antoinette Alexander

ALISO VIEJO, Calif. — Pacific World’s Fing’rs brand has created a new collection of press-on nails in five different fashion-forward designs.

“Our goal with Fing’rsPrints is to provide an unlimited wardrobe of on-trend style options at a reasonable price. We spent months designing nails inspired by trends seen from the streets to the runway. Not only do they look good, they are easy to apply and non-damaging to the natural nail,” stated Sheila Vega, Fing’rsPrints brand manager.

Each set of nails comes with 24 nails that can be mixed and matched along with two nail charms that can be applied to any nail. The designs include —

  • Simply Chic with 3D bow rhinestone charms
  • Girlie Glam with two 3D heart rhinestone charms
  • Street Beat with two 3D star rhinestone charms
  • Rock Rebel with two 3D skull and crossbones rhinestone charms
  • Runway Ready with two 3D royal crown rhinestone charms

The new Fing’rsPrints are priced at $7.49 each.

 

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Feb-27-2014 08:14 pm

I have tried Fing'rs Prints and they are great and easy to put on as well as take off. I highly recommend them. Great Value!

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American Crew unveils 2014 trends in men’s hair care

BY Antoinette Alexander

DENVER — Men’s grooming brand American Crew has debuted the hottest trends in men’s haircuts and style. Much like the bold patterns and color-blocking combinations that will rule men’s fashion and provide a range of style options for spring/summer 2014, men’s grooming in 2014 is all about versatility.

Taking inspiration from "retro" shapes, the Independent Collection features three new cuts – Ezra, Hamilton and James – each styled in three ways.

 

"Gone are shorter haircuts that limit style options; 2014 is the year to be a bit more bold, play both sides of the fence with your style and keep your options open," stated Craig Hanson, American Crew creative director. "It starts with the cut, and by keeping hair longer, men can take advantage of all the choices they have for their style."

James: Not your father’s comb over, nor is it Christian Bale’s in American Hustle, this cut and subsequent styles take the uber-groomed look of the 50s and pairs it with blow-combed styles from the 70s to give hair an exaggerated look of fullness with a sculpted shape. Get the look with American Crew Pomade.

Ezra: Go to new lengths and defy gravity with this 80s-inspired style that is as tall as it is bold. Get the look with American Crew Firm Hold Styling Gel that has a non-flaking formula that promises to provide all-day hold. Once dry, finish the hair with American Crew Fiber to thicken, texturize and increase fullness of the hair, with a matte finish.

Hamilton: This cut is both relaxed and rugged, and a modern take on the characteristic 90s hairstyles. Hamilton easily goes from day to night, or can be easily changed to fit any mood. Get the look with American Crew Alternator, a styling and finishing spray that uses polymer-based technology for control while allowing hair to remain flexible for styling and adjusting.

 

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Gillette, Variety magazine put men’s grooming in the spotlight this awards season

BY Antoinette Alexander

LOS ANGELES — In the midst of the awards season, Procter & Gamble’s Gillette brand has inked a partnership with Variety magazine to place men’s grooming in the spotlight with the first-ever Leading Man Cam.

The Leading Man Cam is an up-close-and-personal look at the well-groomed faces of some of Hollywood’s leading men, and it will debut on the red carpet of the Gillette-sponsored unite4:humanity event Thursday evening, organized by Variety. Gillette also is partnering with celebrity stylist Jeanne Yang and celebrity groomer Diana Schmidtke this awards season to provide expert insight into red carpet style and grooming.

While the actors have changed and the scripts have varied, there has been one common piece of hardware that all leading men have handled just before accepting the Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor awards — a razor. In fact, 18 of the last 20 Best Actor winners were all clean-shaven the night they received their award on stage, while the other two wore neatly styled facial hair, Gillette noted.

Live from the red carpet and backstage at the Variety unite4:humanity event, Yang will be unveiling the first-ever Gillette Leading Man Cam, which will capture the clean-shaven and well-groomed faces of Hollywood’s leading men. Yang will also be talking to the stars about their grooming and style habits, sharing trends, and giving her predictions and analyses of the men’s grooming styles this awards season.

Backstage, guests will have the opportunity to visit the classic Hollywood-style “Leading Man” barbershop for a VIP grooming experience with Gillette Fusion ProGlide. Attendees will also have the chance to help determine which one of the charities being honored will receive a special donation from Gillette at the end of the night.

Joining Yang as part of Gillette’s awards season program is Schmidtke, who will offer throughout the awards season key styling and grooming tips to help everyday guys achieve the ultimate leading man look.

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