Livin' in an Amish paradise!
As you know Leona Lewis has been named the new brand activist for The Body Shop cosmetics company, and at a photocall in London on Wednesday she looked particularly prim in a rather Puritanical outfit.
Perfect for churning body butter! Ha!
No, but seriously, her high-neck collared ASOS dress and opaque tights are slightly severe, so we're glad she chose to brighten up the look a bit with candy-pink lipstick and caramel waves.
Her face is SO beautiful, though! It just isn't fair!
Do U like her dark ensem???
[Image via WENN.]
Tags: asos, fashion smashion, leona lewis, the body shop
While Dancing with the Stars is on hiatus, Cheryl Burke likes to spend her free time endor$ing products.
And last week, Burke was on hand in New York for the launch of The Body Shop's latest DeoDry Dry-Effect Deodorant.
"Be smart about your exposure to the sun. Don't get caught up in using a tanning bed to keep that summer glow. Use self-tanner or indulge in a spray tan, as it is much safer than sitting in the sun or tanning bed."
Wait, shouldn't she be talking about the deodorant?
Though she does go on to add about The Body Shop:
"I really like their Nutriganics Smoothing Night Cream. It is light but keeps your skin moisturized and doesn't feel heavy at all."
So, back to the deodorant…. The new Dry-Effect claims to work for 24-hours offering odor protection and is made of essential oils and volcanic minerals.
But Cheryl, how about next time you spend more time talking about the product being launched?
[Image via WENN.]
Tags: dancing with the stars, deodorant, launch, tanning, the body shop
Vending machines are no longer just more food and beverages.
San Francisco based ZoomSystems is continuing to roll out vending machines for beauty companies like The Body Shop, Proactiv and Sephora.
For those who can't wait an extra 5 minutes to stand in line, the touch screen display lets you make your selection and pay for it with the swipe of a credit card.
ZoomSystems founder and CEO Gower Smith says the one-stop-shop is "a new sales channel. It combines online shopping with the immediacy of product delivery." He adds that the bulk machines have "generated found revenue because they are located along an empty wall or in the place of a bench."
And they're proving to be very successful. Last year Gower boasts that ZoomSystems and their partners generated $120 million.
We just want to know what happens when an item gets stuck!
Tags: proactiv, sephora, the body shop, vending machines, zoomsystems