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Pop star and actress Selena Gomez graces our April/May 2018 cover this issue! Grab a copy to get more info on Selena’s favorite makeup and hair tips.


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Get inspired by your favorite celebs mane transformations!


Hot Hair Hot-Hair-home

Pastels are the hottest hues for this season!


Star Hairstyles Star Style

Check out what the stars are doing with their stunning hair!


Free Swag Free Swag!

We’re giving away over $4,000 in free beauty products this issue! Check out our Big Beauty Giveaway in the April/May 2018 issue for a chance to win.


Beauty Beat Beauty-Blog-home

Looking for the latest must have beauty products? We’ve got them right here!


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How to play with platinum just in time for spring.

   

Sophisticate’s Blog:                 Rashida!


Parks and Recreation - Season 6

When we’re not laughing at the fabulously funny Rashida Jones on Parks and Recreation, we’re admiring her gorgeous curls and fierce fringe! We had to get the details on her must-have mane, so we enlisted the help of Terrie Velazquez Owen, hair department head hairstylist for Parks and Recreation and the coif pro behind Rashida’s flawless strands…

“I’ve recently fallen in love with hair oils! I know it seems counter intuitive to put hair oil on fine limp hair but it really works hair miracles on hair health, shine and manageability. This is my new technique for giving a nice hot oil treatment and getting a cute style at the same time: I do this for Rashida Jones’ hairstyle on the NBC TV show Parks and Recreation.”

“First, I start with hair that naturally air dries, we prefer this to pulling on wet hair with a brush and blow drying. Years of the blow dryer really wrecks havoc on one’s hair, so on Rashida’s delicate and fine hair I avoid that step. I then use Balanced Guru’s No Frizz Organic Sesame & Lemongrass Balancing Oil, a few drops on just the ends, then comb through. I then wrap her hair around extra large heated rollers and let it set for 10 minutes or longer if she is sitting in makeup. (Style tip: hot rollers work best on shoulder length or longer hair). Afterwards, I take the hot rollers out and brush through with a large soft natural brush. I prefer Mason Pearson brushes, the children’s ones are the softest. Rashida has lush, shiny curls with minimal effort.”

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