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May 1, 2009

Mary Kay Rolls Out Vacation Getaway Set

Taking a trip this summer? Look no further than Mary Kay’s Limited-Edition Vacation Getaway Set ($25).

Available until mid-June, the unique kit is equipped with fun-in-the-sun essentials: Waterproof Mascara, Island Bronze Eyesicles Eye Color, Mini Sunscreen with SPF 30, Mini After-Sun Replenishing Gel, Mini Beach Bronze NouriShine Lip Gloss and two refillable travel bottles—all within a convenient clear bag.

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Escape to the South Pacific with Slatkin Pineapple Candles

If you just can’t make it to Bora Bora this year, bring the scents of the islands into your home with this year’s limited edition Slatkin & Co. pineapple-shaped candles. The products feature two new scents for the brand: Island Nectar and Pineapple Orchid. The British colonial-inspired pineapple-shaped 3.5oz open candle ($12.50) is available in both scents, while the 6 oz. White Ceramic Pineapple ($19.50) is filled in Island Nectar.

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Curél Raises Funds for the American Red Cross

In honor of Curél’s third year of partnership with the American Red Cross, the company has created a limited-edition bottle for its classic Continuous Comfort Original Formula Lotion ($7.99). The skin cream is formulated with hydrating shea butter and time-released moisturizers. Additionally, in order to share the gift of caring, the Curél brand will make a contribution of $250,000.

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Carmindy Teams Up with Sally Hansen

As resident makeup artist on TLC’s hit show “What Not to Wear,” Carmindy is a proponent of natural beauty. That’s why she’s collaborated with Sally Hansen again to extend the Natural Beauty Inspired by Carmindy line. The collection features products such as the Natural Highlighter Duo ($9.95)—a split compact that offers a coordinating set of highlighters to add instant radiance to cheeks, browbones, eyes and more.

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