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If you’re a nail design person, check out Toronto Street Fashion’s pictures of the Adidas party they attended. Free neon manicures were given!

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Book Review: Secrets of the Beauty Insider

I needed this book and I think you need it too! Secrets of the Beauty Insiders is a book that compiles all the beauty tips you could ever need into one handy resource. This book goes from head to toe – it gives you tips for your hair, face, skin, feet, makeup, and tells you […]

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Canadian Beauty News: July 6, 2007

OK, this version of Canadian Beauty News is all about reader questions but first, I’ll tell you about the outcome of the masks that I’ve been reviewing! Mask Roundup Overall, I have to say that I really really liked the Biotherm. I liked how my skin felt afterwards, there was no residue, and it was […]

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Lancome Pure Focus Mask

This mask is goopy – but don’t stop reading just yet. This is a non-clay based mask that’s warming and wow is that a great experience. Don’t just slap this on. Take your time, rub it in, enjoy the fresh spa-like aroma and warmth. Your pores will thank you and so will your once-high blood […]

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Biore Self-Heating Mask

A self-heating mask? Sign me up. The Biore Self-Heating mask is easy to find and like most Biore products, is designed for those with oily skin. Put it on and after wiping off, you’re left with wonderfully soft and smooth clean skin. This mask is definitely suited for oilier skins since it did leave my […]

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Bliss Steep Clean

A non-clay mask that promises to clean your pores inside and out – this I had to try. The mask comes out in two colours and you mix them together in your hand to make a thick green cream. For some reason, having this mask on made my face feel like it was sweating and […]

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Dr. Hauschka Cleansing Clay Mask

Check it out – the Dr. Hauschka Cleansing Clay Mask is anything but your typical clay mask. The mask is unbelievably creamy. So creamy that it doesn’t really “dry” on your skin and just sits there. It’s super emollient and takes off dirt and grime without at all drying your skin. Like all Dr. Hauschka […]

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Clarins Normalizing Facial Mask

The Clarins Normalizing Facial Mask can be found at pretty much every Clarins counter. This clay mask is a pretty light peach colour and has a beautiful floral scent to it. It applies like a dream because it’s so smooth and well blended. This mask doesn’t get super dry so you can put it on […]

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Caudalie Purifying Mask

This one is for those of you who want the clay without the tight drying feeling that some masks can leave. The Caudalie Purifying Mask smells wonderfully herby but doesn’t go on as smoothly as some of the other masks that I’ve tried. Applying a thick layer, however, does the trick and since the mask […]

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Minty Masks Part 3

I expected Lush’s Mask of Magnaminty to be super minty what with the etymology of the name coming from the Latin magna meaning big and the American minty meaning… that which is of the mint. In any case, this mask is minty but it’s not too strong. The scent of the mask is actually more […]

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