Category: Summer Fashion


I have to give a quick rave review for KP Duty from Dermadoctor.com We discovered it in a Marie Claire magazine and thought, what the heck?  Let’s try it! 

KP Duty helps eliminate ” Keratosis Pilaris (KP) is a common skin disorder, typified by “chicken skin” bumps on upper arms, thighs, torso, buttocks and occasionally the cheeks. Excess skin forms around individual hair follicles, creating the characteristic minute, rough, grater-like bumps.”   We’ve been suffering from a little KP on the back of our arms for years!  Nothing had worked, not even a visit to my dermatologist.  Just a lot of frustrating scrubs and medications that didn’t really make a difference.  Some days it would get pretty bad that I’d hate to wear a sleeveless shirt or dress in the summer.  However, this summer all that is about to change thanks to KP Duty!

I started using the cream about 3 weeks ago, and at first I didn’t see much of change.  I got frustrated. I waited.  I convinced myself to keep using it to give a try, and now at almost 4 weeks, my arms have started to reveal much smoother skin.  I couldn’t believe that it actually was working! It made me very happy.  I thought, I must let others know about this product that actually works.

According to their site, “KP Duty incorporates medically proven technology including ingredients for hydrated and healthy skin. Medically potent levels of Glycolic Acid blends with Urea, the dermatologist recommended humectant, to soften and smooth away the driest roughest skin.”

Keratosis Pilaris affects almost 50% of the world’s population and is particularly likely to affect anyone prone to eczema, asthma or hayfever.

It’s never a chore to attain flawless, smooth skin. KP Duty effectively eliminates crustiness, flaking, and dry, rough chicken skin – no prep work or scrubbing required.

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THE color of the season is “RED”. We just told you how Tango inspired clothing and red sexy lips are filling up the runways… Just in time  for the season, is  “Record Breaker Red” lipstick from our favorite celeb make up artist Georgio Fernandez.  The smooth moisturizing color, will leave your lips kissable  and ready for summer action.

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Buenos Aires. The city of sensual Tango, and sexy women who are daring and care about fashion. This summer several designers have taken a little bit of that sensuality and translated into great collections that give a flare of that South American dance that embodies passion and sophistication. 

Tango used to be one of several dances and a far cry from the international phenomenon that it has now become . However, it grew quickly in popularity and status, acquiring the name Tango during the 1890s.It then started to spread rapidly through the working-class slums in and around Buenos Aires, before, in the early years of the twentieth century, dancers and orchestras from Buenos Aires decided to take Tango to Europe.

The Tango shows took Europe’s major capitals by storm, capturing the hearts and minds of fashionable Parisians, Londoners and Berliners alike. The Tango ‘craze’ soon spread throughout Europe before making its way back across the Atlantic to New York and the rest of the USA by 1913.

From  red pouts to delicate form fitting black dresses that  suggested the denizens of a tango bar could be seen at D&G’s Milan’s Fashion week. Some women may shy away from bold colors in the heat of the summer, but these styles are hot in a “cool” way.  Remember Madonna as Evita?

Yves Saint Laurent  wilted rose-and-thorn shoes have me shifting into full-on shoe-dream mode. And, at a price tag of $895…they will continue to be just a dream in shoe heaven. These architectural, open shoes  have a sweet and flirty summer appeal, that screams Tango.

Andrew Sotomayor from Lancome makeup, says that the perfect red can heat things up this summer. “Nothing says strong, sexy, confident woman like a bright red lipstick,” (Sotomayor, 2010, Marie Claire-June issue).  Try wearing it straight from the tube and don’t use liner in the summer.

Yes, red lipstick can be scary — but not if you know which shades will look best for your complexion! Pale ladies or those who have pink tones to their skin would look smashing with reds that are more plum colored, while women who have yellow tones to their skin will look great with a red shade that has a brown base.

Women with darker tones will look gorgeous with a pinkish red or a shade with orange tones. For Asian women, try a lipstick that has shades of plum, cherry, or raspberry.

Red is the color of fire and blood, so it is associated with energy, war, danger, strength, power, determination as well as passion, desire, and love.  Try a little of Buenos Aires in your closet this summer!

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As we expect the recession to end soon, fashion is about to take a different turn. Expect a lot of designers to aim for safety; with all the cuts you’d expect of a Spring/Summer season heavily mixed with 2010 fashion trends.
And speaking of cuts, the cutaway clothing trend is cutting back into style this spring/summer. The trend that started in 2009, is still going strong in 2010.   The Sexy Cut Away Swimsuit  or Monokini is a major trend of 2010 it’s a style being applied to  swimwear. It’s super sexy and it can be as subtle or as daring as you’re willing to go. If you’re going subtle with the cut away, you can definitely look into a bold color to sport along with this trend.  This is the one bikini trend that isn’t for the wall flower but can be styled to ooze both sex and sophistication without ever saying ‘easy. Take a look at some of this cutaway swimwear at affordable pricing!   Browse for more Monokinis and shop here at Zesty Pink!

Florals are in.  Take a look here at Gaby Couture’s Spring 2010 Boho Floral Dresses that were  recently featured at Midwest Fashion Week- Visit her website at www.gabycouture.com or email the Gaby Team to purchase. Mention you saw them on Passion4Beauty and get them for $119!

Fun cocktail dresses in pastels, mini drapped dresses  as well as maxi- and mini-prints all managed to offer a blooming and spectacular allure to the collections on the catwalk.  Here’s a few that caught our eye and our wallet can afford from Forever 21 &  Asos. Click to purchase!

Pastel colors should be second choice when you are shopping for the spring. The top 10 colors for women’s fashion were announced by PANTONE at the Fashion Color Report Spring 2010. Turquoise, tomato purée, fusion coral, violet, tuscany, aurora, amparo blue, pink champagne, dried herb and eucalyptus will be favorite colors.

The top 10 Spring 2010 colors for women

When it comes to dresses, handbags, and shirts  lots of ruffles should be in your shopping list. Especially, ruffles will be big in spring 2010. However, we will find that ruffles are no longer considered stuffy or “overly girlie.” Look for blouses with subtle references that help suits to “pop.” (Choose the tiny accents that add a touch of exotic flair instead of ruffled hems. ) Also, the best way to make it work is to mix and match with more classic pieces.

Spring 2010 RTW – Dolce & Gabbana, Isabel Marant, Valentino

$49.99
Chiffon halter maxi dress with purple tropical print. Front keyhole detail and pleating on chest with side zip closure. Fully lined with soft purple satin. 100% Polyester. ~48″ long.

Love this dress! Sexy, feminine, affordable and great colors for spring/summer.

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