Bed Head expands offerings with hair accessories line
EL PASO, Texas Helen of Troy has announced the introduction of a new Bed Head line of fashion-forward and rocker-chic hair accessories, such as headbands, headwraps and hair pins.
The Bed Head hair accessories currently are available at Ulta stores.
The lines include the Bed Head superficial collection, featuring feathers, veils and big bows; the modern and metallic Bed Head heavy metal collection; and the Bed Head girly toys collection of fun and flirty pins and headwraps with neon colors and zipper details.
Bed Head superficial collection includes:
- Mesh bow headband with feathers ($7.99 MSRP)
- Brooch feather headband ($7.99 MSRP)
- Veil headband ($11.99 MSRP)
Bed Head heavy metal collection includes:
- Glitter assorted headband ($6.99 MSRP)
- Metallic head wraps ($5.99 MSRP)
Bed Head girly toys collection includes:
- Zipper bow bobby pin and enamel bobby pins ($4.99 MSRP)
- Metallic neon head wraps ($5.99 MSRP)
Neutrogena kicks off Wave for Change
LOS ANGELES Skin care brand Neutrogena has announced the launch of Wave for Change, a charitable campaign that makes it easy for teens not only to give back but to choose how Neutrogena will support communities in need.
This summer, starting July 17 through Aug. 23, Neutrogena will donate $1 to GlobalGiving for every Wave sonic power-cleaner and oil-free acne wash pink grapefruit product sold, up to $200,000. GlobalGiving, an organization that links donors to causes, will then distribute the funds to environmental, educational and disaster relief charities.
Neutrogena is putting the power into the hands of teens to determine how much of the $200,000 will be distributed to each cause- environment, education and disaster relief. By visiting the Neutrogena Facebook page, Facebook.com/neutrogena, teens can take a customized quiz, which determines the type of cause they would most likely support and will help determine what percentage of the funding will be donated to each cause.
To stay connected with the cause, they can visit the Facebook page and get real-time results on the support of each cause, as well as view the quiz results of Neutrogena celebrity brand ambassadors Emma Roberts, Gabrielle Union, Hayden Panettiere, Miranda Cosgrove, Susie Castillo and Vanessa Hudgens.
Skin care gets ‘Specific’
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. —Heather Woolery-Lloyd, a certified dermatologist, has focused her research on developing treatments for the cosmetic concerns of “multihued skin tones.” Now she is setting her sights on offering a product for the mass market with the development of Specific Beauty.
The skin care regimen is designed for women with tan, olive or brown skin who desire a more even skin tone, as well as those battling hyperpigmentation. Hyperpigmentation is caused by an increase in melanin and often is characterized by tan or brown patches, most often on the face.
According to Woolery-Lloyd, the three-step skin care products are especially unique due to a skin-brightening technology—a complex of licorice, antioxidants and retinol—that evens skin tone and treats dark spots without the skin-bleaching ingredient hydroquinone.
The products, which are paraben-and fragrance-free, are priced between $6.99 and $24.99.