August 23 2014

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2 posts tagged "FitFlop"

Soap & Glory Crosses The Pond—Again


Marcia Kilgore, the genius behind Bliss Spas and FitFlop, introduced Soap & Glory as a Target exclusive back in 2007. With names like Sexy Mother Pucker (a plumping lip shine) and the Greatest Scrub of All (a facial exfoliator), the reasonably priced, sassy English import was an instant hit. But then it mysteriously disappeared from Target stores, and getting your hands on Kilgore’s addictive Righteous Butter required a trip to London. “We really had no real choice but to break up with them,” Kilgore jokes, referring to Target’s inability to keep her product on shelves and customers happy. For her second shot at the U.S. market, she’s partnering up with a very different retail behemoth: Sephora. The luxury beauty destination just launched the entire Soap & Glory collection on its Web site this week, with a full in-store rollout planned for September. And it’s about time, too: A good Glow Job—that’s the brand’s daily radiance-boosting moisturizer—is hard to find.

Photo: Courtesy of Soap & Glory

Redefining Royal Jelly, Get a FitFlop Pedi, And More…


The death of Princess Diana has inspired many a postmortem tribute, although Bompas and Parr’s latest may stand alone in, um, its uniqueness. The U.K.-based purveyor of fine jellies has produced an “occult jam” made from a strand of the late princess’ hair mixed with a consommé of gin, milk, and sugar to further pay homage to her flaxen locks. Ew. [Time]

In other hair news, Iran’s Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance has published a guide to men’s hairstyles, mandating “short, neat hair” to, say, mullets or ponytails. Stylistic fades are also out, sadly. [BBC]

Wanna wear your love for the Twilight saga on your sleeve—or your hands, rather? Nox’s new Eclipse-inspired nail polishes—complete with Volturi crest-emblazoned packaging—have arrived. [Sugarscape]

If you like your capsule nail varnish collections to reflect your taste in footwear rather than film, you’ll be excited to know that FitFlop has produced a lacquer of its own. [Grazia]

Photo: John Shelley / Rex USA