Maybe he/she’s born with it…maybe it’s Revita EPS Eyelash Growth Stimulator. Longer lashes can really draw more attention to your eyes, and as the leading company in hair growth technology, DS Labs puts it, “Long, luxurious eyelashes proclaim youth and attractiveness for both women and men. They have the power to transform anyone’s face for the better.” For those of you that have wanted longer lashes, forget mascara or eyelash tinting – this is the real thing.
The company has just released Revita.EPS, a cutting-edge treatment that is demonstrated through clinical research to grow eyelashes 25 percent longer in just four weeks. I’ve written about this company before, as their cutting edge hair growth products are phenomenal and are leading the market. In addition to length, many users also enjoy greater thickness and density. Revita.EPS deploys a breakthrough peptide complex, not a relabeled glaucoma drug like bimatoprost. Scientists believe that peptides, composed of structural amino acids, work by stimulating the expression of keratin genes and by improving overall eyelid health.
Thanks to everyone for making my first “Model Behavior” post such a success. I knew my first selection was going to be a hit, because James Besteman is such a good looking guy. What I didn’t expect, was to receive a flurry of text messages the next day from a few friends (who’ll remain nameless) whom… let’s just say “know” Besteman. I wonder if I can go two for two with this week’s post. So if anyone “knows” Bernardo, give me a shout.
Bernardo Velasco is fashion and commercial model from Brazil. Quel surpis! It must be a crime to live in that country and not be scorching hot. I seriously have to look into getting a work visa to live there for a few years and gawk at the hot men 24/7. The 24-year-old stud was born in Niteroi, Brazil. He has a degree in Physical Education from UFRJ (Rio de Janeiro Federal University) . It’s obvious he’s used his education to perfect his scorching sculpted body. His biggest shoots to date include Diesel, Junior Magazine and The Boy.
Project Runway crowned its newest winner last night. Regardless of the outcome, this has been the best season since the show moved to Lifetime from Bravo. The season had it all, epic catfights, villainesses and one designer everyone hated. They definitely did a great job casting for this season. After the past two seasons where Irina and Seth Aaron won, I was starting to worry that one of my favorite shows had lost its touch.
The episode began with a short reunion with all the designers. It was a bit of the same old, same old, except… when did Ivy turn on Gretchen? Ivy was out for blood and wanted to vilify her. The two were BFFs during the season. They were like Regina and Gretchen from “Mean Girls” talking smack about every designer. Listen Miss Ivy Higa, you’re just upset because you finally got a taste of your own medicine.
After narrowing the Top Three designers to two, the judges had one of the best (and longest) deliberations ever on the show. Seriously, the debates they were having between the two designers were insane. I’ve never seen Michael Kors so passionate. At times, he was arguing so much, his face flushed as orangey red as Heidi’s outfit. Nina Garcia even motioned and eked out the catfight meow sound as the two went at it. Surprisingly, guest judge Jessica Simpson held her won with knowledgeable fashion critique. I also commend her for not backing down from her stance as the judges stood at a standstill.
No wonder Rihanna was a no-show at Katy Perry’s wedding extravaganza in India this past weekend, the singer is in heavy promotion mode for her upcoming album. Considering she’s Perry’s BFF and the one who planned her bachelorette party, everyone expected her to attend. Well, everyone except Perry who knew Rihanna’s attendance was always iffy given her album drops on November 10. She’s still putting the final touches on her “Loud” CD before its release.
Part of that promotion train is Rihanna gracing the cover of Marie Claire UK. The fashion magazine enlisted the “Only Girl (In The World)” singer for their holiday issue and final one of 2010. The cover and inside spread showcases Rihanna looking gorgeous and glamorous. Her fiery red locks are complimented by white, silver and pink outfits. My favorite is the one where she’s dressed up in feathers. She’s pure perfection.
Welcome to my inaugural post for new weekly feature, Model Behavior. After writing my weekly “Man Crushes” for a year, I’ve realized there is no shortage of hot men on the planet. I’ve received a great amount of feedback from you, asking me to increase the frequency of my man crushes. Instead of doing that, I created a new feature “Model Behavior” which will solely focus on fashion and fitness models. Also, I got Patrick to start another weekly series, “Sports Stud” to cover the wide world of sports. So be sure to check that out regularly as well.
So to kick off “Model Behavior”, I chose James Besteman who’s been on my radar for a while. I planned on making him a man crush for weeks now, but kept bumping him, to vary my crush choices. I didn’t always want to select genetically perfect models for that feature, ergo the launch of “Model Behavior”. As you would expect, James has worked with Abercrombie & Fitch given his all-American looks. Rufskin and Emporio Armani are a couple of other brands he’s posed for. Currently he is represented by Click Models.
Get used to this name. You’re going to be seeing it a lot. Dylan Ribkoff is the one to watch in the underwear game, (wait…is there an underwear game?). Google this name, and it’s everywhere right now, and rightly so with the soon to be iconic bright colors and sexy pouch designs.
This quality brand name is not only hot product, but made right here in Canada, which is always a bonus in my li’l Canadian book. And after making contact with Dylan and his team, I saw some classic Canadian hospitality immediately. Being in the service industry for so long, I notice exceptional customer service when I see it, and these guys didn’t disappoint. They were pleasant to deal with, completely professional, and incredibly speedy. And so the story goes, I got a chance to sample a couple pairs of Dylan’s product (oh how unfortunate I KNOW).
We’re halfway through our awesome “Piss & Vinegar Underwear” Daily Sweepstakes. Last week was even bigger than our first week. For WEEK 3 of the sweeps, we’re giving away a different color of Piss & Vinegar’s SPECTRUM TRUNK. As in previous weeks, there will be a daily winner scoring a package of P&V underwear, and one lucky winner who will win a year supply (18 packages). Read below to view this week’s featured style and colors.
Piss & Vinegar Underwear is the brainchild of Jason Sutherland, the man who helped launch the fun-derwear industry with Ginch Gonch. Sutherland is now back with a brand new provocative line of undergear. In its campaign tag line, Piss & Vinegar playfully asks guys “do you think you have enough?” It’s a double meaning referring to both their target consumers’ gumption and their ability to fill their briefs. There is underlying message in the line; one that encourages guys to appreciate what life has to offer and work hard to live life to its fullest potential. In other words: “grab life by the balls”.
WINNERS WILL BE ANNOUNCED WEEKLY ON MONDAY. To see last week’s winners, click here. Here are WEEK 3 WINNERS:
MONDAY, Oct 25, 2010: . Joseph B. – (PINK)
TUESDAY, Oct 26, 2010: Rob L. – (PACIFIC CREEN)
WEDNESDAY, Oct 27, 2010: Richard S. – (BLACK)
THURSDAY, Oct 28, 2010: Darcy M. – (TURQUOISE)
FRIDAY, Oct 29, 2010: Michael B. – (GRAPHITE GREY)
SATURDAY, Oct 30, 2010: Bob W. – (DEVIL RED)
SUNDAY, Oct 31, 2010:Kyle M. – (FIRE FLY)
WEEK 3 WEEKLY WINNER: Jason P.
Being back and forth to Australia the last few years, it’s hard not to notice the extreme diversity in fashion on the other side of the world that we see none of here. I always make sure to have a little extra room on my credit card, and I’m always prepared to buy another suitcase on my way home.
While in New Zealand at the beginning of the year visiting a friend, I picked up a couple of items from a company called Sly Guild. Upon returning back to Aus and especially upon returning home, I continued to get more comments and compliments on the two pieces I picked up than anything else I’ve bought overseas. Visiting the slyguild.com website last month, I was, again, blown away by their spring/summer line (opposite seasons over there), and opted to email Blair and James, the dream team behind the Guild. I got a sense of their humble attitudes, and asked them a few questions to see what inspires them, and how they see their future going in the fashion world.