6 posts tagged "Sevin Nyne"
Lindsay Lohan has survived the house arrest that kept her party-free for 35 days and now comes word of another legal triumph for the embattled star: The lawsuit that alleged Lohan had stolen the formula for her Sevin Nyne tanning mist back in 2009 has been dismissed. [Fashion Etc]
More news on Kardashian Kolors, the reality-show sisters’ reported collaboration with OPI: the nail polish collection will feature 16 lacquers with names like Kim-pletely in Love (a pale pink), Listen to your Momager! (a dark, shimmering navy), and Khloé Had A Little Lam-Lam (a dark emerald). Look out for the varnishes come November. [Fashionista]
Remember those Facebook photos Megan Fox posted last week “proving” that she has not in fact used Botox? Well, the medical community begs to differ. [Jezebel]
Cosmetics use among tweens is reportedly on the rise, and it’s the parents—and aggressive makeup marketing campaigns aimed at the young-girl demographic—that are to blame. Ah, they grow up so fast—or at least they look like they do when they’re covered in bronzer, lipstick, and mascara. [NYT]
More updates from People‘s Most Beautiful issue. Heidi Klum has chosen to pose for the magazine’s annual issue sans maquillage. She looks different without the help of foundation and airbrushing—in a good way, though. [Huff Po]
In other supermodels-without-makeup news, barefaced images of the more than 50 curvaceous ladies who walked in Louis Vuitton’s Fall-Winter 2010 show are now available for your viewing pleasure. Perhaps not surprisingly, Lara Stone, Adriana Lima, and co. still look dead sexy. [Huff Po]
A new study shows that fair-skinned, freckle-faced redheads are the most common tanning-bed offenders. At least they have a role model in Lindsay Lohan and her UV ray-safe Sevin Nyne self-tanner. (No, we never thought we’d be using the words “role model” to describe LiLo, either.) [Daily Mail]
The woman who beat out Sarah Palin for the Miss Alaska title in 1984 is apparently out to best her again by getting in on the politics game. Former beauty queen Maryline Blackburn is running for a Republican seat in the Georgia House of Representatives. Unlike Palin, however, Blackburn voted for Obama in 2008. And the plot thickens… [MSNBC]
After donning a series of hats and hoods while shopping in L.A. last week, Lindsay Lohan finally revealed what was lurking beneath that fedora/headscarf combo: bleached blond hair. The actress has said goodbye to the amber brown shade she’s sported through the entire Samantha Ronson debacle and returned to the lighter shade from her single past, which might suggest that the ill-fated romance is indeed off for good. Or that she’s trying to channel her inner bombshell for a chance to star in the upcoming remake of Some Like It Hot. Another theory is that she and younger sister, Ali, who used this weekend to debut newly jet-black locks, might be planning a Lohan at-home hair-dye system as the logical follow up to Sevin Nyne. (It’s all about merchandising, dear readers.) Thoughts on LiLo’s new ‘do—and the idea of her playing Marilyn?
Fans of Sevin Nyne, Lindsay Lohan’s “breakthrough” new tanning mist that was released to national acclaim at Sephora a few months back, might be interested to know that the revolutionary formula that Ms. Lohan and her co-conspirator in bronzing, Lorit Simon, claim to have created was in fact stolen. Or at least that’s what St. Petersburg, Florida, chemist Jennifer Sunday is alleging in a lawsuit she filed in a Tampa federal court. According to an article in the St. Petersburg Times, Simon signed a confidentiality agreement in January with Sunday’s company, White Wave International Labs, while the two parties negotiated over samples of the tanning mist. But before they were able to agree on a price, Sevin Nyne curiously hit the market. The formula in question uses natural ingredients including goji berry, caramel, chardonnay extracts, and a sugar-coconut base, which gives the product its appeal in a market filled with synthetic competitors. Perhaps Lohan’s first foray into the beauty world, which she named after her lucky numbers, will prove not so lucky after all. Thoughts on the allegations and the product itself?
Attention, fake-baking fans: The moment you’ve been waiting for has arrived. The exclusive launch of Lindsay Lohan’s Sevin Nyne self-tanning mist is finally upon us this week, and to mark the occasion, the newly single actress will be mingling among her fans at Sephora in Santa Monica tomorrow from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Sevin Nyne co-founder and airbrush-tanning expert Lorit Simon will also be in attendance to toast the new product, along with bubbly, small confections, and DJ-spun tunes. (No word on whether LiLo’s former flame Samantha Ronson will be on the decks, although that pending restraining order might suggest no.) One lucky attendee will win a $500 Sephora gift card, 6126 leggings, and other tanning gifts, and while we’re pretty sure the guest list is at capacity, it never hurts to be persistent. Call (877)-SEPHORA and give it a go. If you can’t get through, there’s always bribery at the door.