BREAKING BEAUTY

SCORE ALERT: TIME FOR A NEW ATTITUDE!

Thursday, January 30th, 2014

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PUR attitude PROMOTES SAFE BEAUTY!

Recently we stumbled upon a beauty brand, PUR attitude, that really got us excited.  Developed by beauty guru, David Pollock (the chemist who formulated cult-favorites from Smashbox, SkinCeuticals and Bliss – no, we cannot name them!), the cosmeceutical line takes a radical approach to beauty by replacing water with a unique hydrating complex, Hyaluronix technology, which is naturally found in almost every cell of the human body.  Additionally, PUR attitude adheres to the rules of “safe beauty,” avoiding harsh chemicals, parabens, glycols, sulfates, petrochemicals, synthetic fragrances, and artificial dyes.

The powerful Anti-Aging Essentials trio from PUR attitude features the Purifying Rice Face Wash (retail $24) to cleanse and exfoliate, the Hydrodrench Gel-Cream (retail $68) to firm and hydrate, and the Multi-Effects Eye Cream (retail $58) to improve skin texture while reducing the appearance of dark circles. Combining technology with essential vitamins, anti-oxidants and nutrients, the protocol locks in moisture while enabling skin to restore its own firmness, elasticity, and radiance.

PUR attitude is offering a limited number of Beauty Undercover Subscribers an opportunity to SCORE (please read carefully before proceeding) its Anti-Aging Essentials trio (retail $144) for $24.99 simply by clicking here.  Please email any questions to info@beautyundercover.com.  This SCORE Alert has a limit of two units per US mailing address.  Shipping is anticipated within 3-4 weeks.

CAN YOU IDENTIFY THESE TEENAGE FACES

Friday, January 10th, 2014
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TEEN QUEENS

Kim Kardashian and Nicole Richie grew up together and both became reality stars.   Talk about true beauty.

 

 

 

IS SUPER FIT THE NEW SEXY?

Friday, December 6th, 2013

article-2518860-19DEE8B100000578-130_634x757If Instagram is any indication, uber fit women are muscling out the skinny types.  A new trend on the picture-sharing website sees superfit women – many of them bodybuilders and personal trainers – sharing pictures of their toned physiques and videos of their intense workouts online.While thousands of women follow these ‘fitness chicks’ for inspiration, a surprising amount of men are also part of their fanbase, leaving comments that suggest they equate strength with sexiness when it comes to women. Read more.