Archive for June 22nd, 2011
Clean Scene by Murad, a skincare line for teens and young adults, announced the relaunch of the MyCleanScene.com website and the launch of the MyCleanScene YouTube channel. In addition to teaching teens and young adults the importance of healthy skin, both outlets will provide Clean Scene fans with the latest beauty, fashion, and pop culture tips and trends while offering expert advice on school and Extracurricular activities. The new, interactive MyCleanScene.com will continue to provide skincare education but will also expand to include the Squeaky Clean blog and “Buzz” sections noting upcoming and past events, celebrity fans, press awards, and media placements for the line. The site will also spotlight a Clean Scene fan, praising a selected teen or young adult whose school and extracurricular activities are seen as an inspiration to their peers. The MyCleanScene YouTube channel will present tutorials, Q&As, contests, and interviews with top makeup artists, hair stylists, and fashionistas.
I will admit it. I’m a bit of a reality TV junkie. I live for “Top Chef,” I secretly can’t get enough of “The Real Housewives,” I’m oddly enthralled by “Millionaire Matchmaker,” and I even partake in some “Jersey Shore” from time to time. So I was excited when I received some info about a reality show based in the beauty biz. Airing on the TV Guide Network next month, “Nail Files” takes viewers inside the upscale, unpredictable life of business owner Katie Cazorla. Born and raised in upstate New York, Katie is now living the glamorous life in Hollywood, where she’s has successfully launched The Painted Nail, a high-end nail salon. Her salon has become an overnight success, and she plans to franchise the business. The series follows Katie as she juggles running her salon while maintaining fabulous personal life. It already sounds like yet another reality show I won’t want to miss.