Oysho Gymwear Spring/Summer 2015 Collection


The Oysho gymwear spring/summer 2015 collection includes attire that’s perfect for hitting the gym, with fabrics that shape your figure beautifully, prints that bring a stylish nature to the world of exercise, and neon colors that are sure to keep you going. You want to look good not just in your skin, but also your clothes, and Oysho’s 2015 gymwear collection has all the pieces you need to achieve that goal.

Oysho Gymwear Spring/Summer 2015 Collection

With the New Year came the New Year’s resolutions, which often enough hinges on losing a good amount of weight. It’s about diet and, most importantly, exercises that including toning up the body, shaping the thighs, getting stronger and maybe taking up a Pilates class or two. Some have already fallen off the horse, not even a month in. Others are teetering on the brink, getting lazier with the colder weather. That’s the problem with New Year resolutions: you make it in the middle of winter and then by the time the spring weather rolls around when it is more likely for you to keep to it, you have already set those goals aside. The best way to get into the mindset to exercise is to first buy a gym membership so that you feel obligated to go, and secondly buy yourself gym clothing that is going to make you feel sexy as you do your squats and lift your weights.

For the proper attire, it might do you best to turn to Oysho, a Spanish women’s clothing company that began with a focus on swimwear and then lingerie, a brand that has just released the chic Oysho gymwear spring/summer 2015 collection so that it may be easier to look your best while keeping to a strong will and getting your body fit. If you’re going to be showing off a bikini body come summer, it’s best to lay off the fatty foods now and head out for a run on the treadmill, a swim in the gym’s pool, or just plain Yoga and Pilates lessons. You will notice a great deal of difference in how you look and feel afterwards.

Oysho Gymwear Spring/Summer 2015 Collection

Oysho Gymwear Spring/Summer 2015 Collection

A racer-back fitted top, a sports bra to give you some form of support and a stretch tight pair of leggings have you looking amazing as you sculpt that body to the max. The pieces fit you like a glove here, showing off every curve and every indentation, giving you the motivation to rid yourself of the extra bulges and work on creating the perfect 4-pack.

If boxing style exercises are more your style, the boxer shorts in dark blue and black prints tied at the waist look great with a comfortable sports bra offering support and when you are done or need to take a break, the gym robe comes in very handy, preventing the cool breeze from causing problems by hitting your sweaty open midriff.

You’ll be the queen of the gym wearing the awesome combination of tight yoga pants with a higher waist, in an earth-tone dusty color, and matching gray cotton tee to absorb the sweat as you enjoy a good stretching or heavy workout. It’s definitely one of the best gym looks from the Oysho gymwear spring/summer 2015 collection meant for the more conservative types.

Oysho Gymwear Spring/Summer 2015 Collection

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Wildfox Couture Swimwear Cruise 2015 Collection


The Wildfox Couture swimwear cruise 2015 collection is totally inspired by the ‘90s, with a whole lot of reminders ofBeverly Hills 90210 and Clueless in there. These are rather intriguing cuts and silhouettes that present gingham prints and retro florals alongside sips and sunny straps. There’s something very Baywatchabout it all as well! Models Masha Gutik and Ana Kai really show off their amazing looks clad in positively covet-worthy swimwear designs.

Wildfox Couture Swimwear Cruise 2015 Collection

Women’s and children’s clothing, lingerie, jewelry, and sunglasses are a staple of Wildfox Couture’s brand. It’s all about the American vintage styles, going for the sporty and chic in whatever the brand offers. Since 2007, the Wildfox idea has become a registered reality in the United States, wherein Emily Faulstich and Kimberly Gordon have brought a new style of intimates, accessories, swimwear, and even shoes to the market. The clothing is to their taste and definitely popular among the youth of the modern day, wherein you have fun prints and cool quotes dotting the apparel that includes tees, jeans, shirts, hoodies, sweaters, dresses, skirts and so much more. Since 2012, the brand has been very much in demand and represents love, friendship, curiosity and an inherent enjoyment of life, designed for those, who are youthful, free-spirited, love to dream and eat chocolate at night, those who love to explore and discover the world around them. Currently available in France, Germany, the UK, Brazil, Japan, South Korea, Australia, Taiwan, and Russia, among many others, the clothing brand has entered some of the top department stores of 30 different countries.

Wildfox Couture Swimwear Cruise 2015 Collection

Wildfox Couture Swimwear Cruise 2015 Collection

Zips and sporty swimwear abound! True to its classic styling, the Wildfox Couture swimwear cruise 2015 collection features navy blue and bright pink designs that zip high at the collar and are short-sleeved, with open midriff and cheeky simple bikini bottoms. It’s stylish and sexy without being too revealing, while the zips hide the mysteries covered over with gorgeous swimwear.

Suggestive lines printed over the chest showing off the fact that the black one-piece is available for you if you want it are also a staple of this year’s collection, especially on the high cut single pieces with a sexier twist. You have the bust showing off, the leggy design and the simple coloring with special messages emblazoned over the body parts that are available for some fun.

The next piece all about being a wild thing, apparently! The double straps are an intriguing addition that moves this piece from fabulously preteen to young adult in a flash. It’s all about showing off the legs, baring the midriff and covering up the chest in a simple design. It’s sporty, with no enhancement on the bust and a clear indication that you are all about having fun, taking chances and throwing your worries to the wind.

Wildfox Couture Swimwear Cruise 2015 Collection

Wildfox Couture Swimwear Cruise 2015 Collection

Talking about an itsy bitsy teeny weenie gingham style bikini, the next one’s a sweet version of sexy, complete with the stringy bottoms and bows tied all around. The daisies across the best area and the edges of the bikini bottom give it a bit of a southern pretty twist, while the whole ensemble is simply gorgeous. We like this one for showing off our bikini bods, though it will be driving our men up the walls!

Black and white stripes in a knit design are in, complete with the stringy top and high waist bottom or the single piece with a huge flower adorning the side of the chest. Add some leather and gold plated chains to the mix, don on the black and white oversized circular sunglasses or the wide-brimmed hat and you have some rather delectable beachy looks!

Wildfox Couture Swimwear Cruise 2015 Collection

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Florrie for H&M Spring 2015 Campaign


H&M has certainly been busy of late and we are very happy to see its spring 2015 campaign take on a boho charm. We have pop singer Florrie representing the Swedish multinational retail clothing company in the newest H&M spring 2015 ad release showing off the looks of the next season. It may still be winter here, snowstorms and icy weather and all, but it’s never too early to start preparing our spring wardrobes, particularly if February promises temperatures around 10 degrees Celsius. The 26-year-old British singer and songwriter is also the face of the H&M Loves Music collection. It was recently announces that the brand would be releasing new merchandise designed in cooperation with Coachella, the music and arts festival held annually for two weekends comprising of 3 days at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California. It’s located in the Inland Empire’s Coachella Valley in the Colorado Desert. There are multiple instalments to this Love Music campaign and Florrie has taken the front end of the brand’s latest looks for the upcoming months.

 Florrie for H&M Spring 2015 Campaign

“H&M has a strong heritage of aligning itself with top talent; working with up-and-coming musicians like Florrie is a great way to create an affiliation with young consumers and ultimately generate further interest in the brand’s core product offering,” stated Emma Grede, the chief executive of a brokerage linking entertainment and fashion, known as ITB Worldwide.

Florrie has stepped out into the limelight here wearing the season’s trends of fringe, denim and hats, all of which present the Divided collection set to hit stores and online on January 22nd. This one’s all about music and Florrie has trouble containing her excitement. “It’s a brand that I’ve always loved and have shopped. Style means something different to everyone. Music and fashion are both ways of expressing yourself creatively, and both are very personal things,” says the artist.

Black tight leather leggings that are thick and look rather comfortable are a major look overall, with the material definitely making multiple appearances throughout the collection. The hairy hot pink fluffy angora sweater looks amazing with the look, larger in size so that its looser look counteracts the tightness of the lower body’s garments. Add some longer chains and pendants to the mix and enjoy playing that guitar because you look fabulous!

 Florrie for H&M Spring 2015 Campaign

We thought the kimonos were out but H&M’s definitely keeping to last year’s style in this and adding a loose fringed white top and leather mini shorts to the mix, thus effectively bringing gorgeous floral prints on a satin look to the grunge-type fashion sense. Needless to say, we absolutely love, it, particularly when accessories with longer gilded chains and blue stone pendants.

Yee-Haw!! Tis a rodeo we are getting ready for here it seems, with the lovely loose floral print mini dress covered over with a svelte black fringed sweater (the fringes both on the sleeves and the shoulders at that) to enjoy the gentle spring breeze in. A couple of gilded rings and a choker necklace will do the job nicely in adding classy to the more edgy look, turning it into something positively pretty.

 Florrie for H&M Spring 2015 Campaign

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Chanel Pearl Whitening Spring 2015 Makeup Collection


The brand-new Chanel Pearl Whitening spring 2015 makeup collection is all about sophistication and natural looks that place the focus on the woman’s lovely facial features. Composed of soft eyeshadow, lip and blush tones, the new limited edition makeup line of the fashion giant has been inspired from ballet beauty, hence the name of the collection and the soft shades available. Think lovely beiges, light pinks and peaches this spring to welcome the warm days with a fresh, youthful and radiant look. Browse through all the products available in this beautiful collection below!

Chanel Pearl Whitening Spring 2015 Makeup Collection

Chanel Les 4 Ombres Multi Effect Quadra Eyeshadow ($61.00) (Limited Edition)

Create soft smokey eye makeup look using the four pretty shades captured inside this eyeshadow palette. This is definitely the star piece of the entire collection, bringing baby pink, beige, muted purple and a lovely metallic shade that can create endless romantic looks both for daytime wear and for the days you want to go out clubbing.

• #248 Tisse Rhapsodie

Chanel Joues Contraste Blush ($45.00)

Natural makeup does require wearing a soft blush tone, usually pink or peach, which creates a lovely flushed look enhancing the healthy glow of the complexion. This is also what the new Chanel makeup collection preaches to do, bringing this lovely blush available in:

• #250 Pink Ballet – delicate sparkling pink

Chanel Illusion d’Ombre Long-Wear Luminous Eyeshadow ($36.00)

In case you prefer mono eyeshadow tones to wear alone or in combination with the shades you already have in your beauty kit, the collection also brings this versatile glittery silver color, which is especially great for creating soft smokey eye looks.

• #102 Platinum – silver with delicate pearl

Chanel Pearl Whitening Spring 2015 Makeup Collection

Chanel Stylo Yeux Waterproof Long-Lasting Eyeliner ($32.00)

If you prefer wearing eyeliner for adding more drama and depth to your eye makeup looks, here is the best shade you need for the new season!

• #916 Moonlight – platinum gray

Chanel Chiffon Blush (Limited Edition)

There is also one more blush shade available in the collection just in case you didn’t like the other one. It’s also a delicate pink infused with a soft peach accent for a more sensual look.

• #80 Invitation – delicate peachy pink

Chanel Rouge Allure ($35.00)

When it comes down to your lips, you need a soft color to match your entire natural makeup look. And here is the ideal lipstick Chanel has prepared for you this spring:

• #158 Cyclotron – elegant classic pink rose

Chanel Pearl Whitening Spring 2015 Makeup Collection

Chanel Harmonie Levres Arabesque Lip Palette (Limited Edition)

For those girls who give more preference to lip makeup than eye looks, the collection also features a lipstick palette composed of 5 versatile tones from light rose to burgundy with different finishes.

The Chanel Pearl Whitening spring 2015 makeup collection is set to become available for purchase in Japan starting with February 13th, 2015, while the U.S. launch date is scheduled for February.

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Lancome Bright Eyes Spring 2015 Makeup Collection


The Lancome Bright Eyes spring 2015 makeup collection is the next tempting offering from the renowned brand for the upcoming warm months after launching theLancome French Innocence collection. Beauty Lupita Nyongo’s is the face of the ad campaign for the lineup, embodying the beauty ideology of the collection. The new Lancome collection places the focus on creating bright and big eyes through mixing and matching luscious eyeshadow colors with each other and finishing it all off with the perfect mascara. Lupita is one big fan of sporting vibrant colors, so no wonder she represents the philosophy of the collection just perfectly. Below, discover all the products included in the new collection!

Lancome Bright Eyes Spring 2015 Makeup Collection

Lancome Bright Eyes Color Design’ Shadow & Liner Palette ($50.00)

This wonderful eyeshadow and liner palette is the star piece of the entire collection, comprising five lovely shades that will instantly brighten up your eyes. Mix and match the shades to create soft daytime and sensually bold night looks. The eyeshadows also feature a long-wear, eight-hour formula to ensure your stunning look for the entire day or night. Pick your favorite palette from:

• 213 Rosy Flush
• 313 Jacaranda Bloom
• 602 Gris Fumee

Lancome Le Stylo Waterproof’ Long Lasting EyeLiner ($27.00)

Add mystery and depth to your eye makeup using the most ideal long-lasting eyeliner. These eyeliner options are especially great additions to your nighttime party looks, when you want your eye makeup to appear highly dramatic and expressive. There are two shades available, which are:

• Noir Intense
• Steel

Lancome Bright Eyes Spring 2015 Makeup Collection

Lancome Aquatique Waterproof Eye Color Base ($26.00)

To make sure your eye makeup looks really flawless and doesn’t crease or smudge throughout the day, make it a habit to start it with the perfect eye color base. This is exactly what the new Lancome collection encourages to do, bringing 5 different eye color bases to match your eye makeup hues.

• 01 Beige Ivoire
• 02 Beige Porcelaine
• 03 Nude
• 05 Noisette
• 06 Sienne

Lancome Bright Eyes Spring 2015 Makeup Collection

The Lancome Bright Eyes spring 2015 makeup collection is already available for purchase in the USA and you can get your favorite pieces from the line at Nordstrom or Macy’s.

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12 Common Hair Myths Debunked


Our most precious asset is usually our hair, no matter the length of the tresses. Whether we’re looking at a long waist length mane or a pixie cut of certain glamour, our lovely locks are precious and often full of unique problems we must figure out a way to solve. These include strange cowlicks and unruly curls that pouf up like crazy if we don’t care for it right. The problem is that there are so many hair myths about how to care for your hair that we often have a hard time separating fact from fiction. There are many rules, all somehow meant to cover up or correct possible flaws in our potential beauty. The disapproving glances of strangers,grandmother’s tips and tricks, the ads that scream at you because your hair is not as shiny as the model’s… it all has a major effect on how we look at ourselves and what we see reflecting back from that mirror. Just because you have been categorized into the non-beautiful section doesn’t mean that’s truly what you are. You aren’t ugly. You certainly aren’t grotesque. If you don’t fit the mold than that means you broke it when you were born so that no one else can look as amazing as you do. Now that is a pep talk I always want to be giving myself when I stare at that mirror and find characteristics to admire instead of detest.

12 Common Hair Myths Debunked

Some hair styling rules are just made to be broken. Here’s where they are totally, utterly and completely wrong about your hair and your beauty. Check out these 12 common hair myths that we have debunked for you!

1. Wearing extra pounds means you can’t pull off a pixie: That is a whole load of idiocy right there and then. One would normally swear in this instance. The truth is that you can look fabulous in a pixie or any other form of short hair, no matter you size. It’s all about your face and the contours there. In any case, if you love the short hair on yourself, that confidence will show and you will look beautiful with whichever hairstyle you choose. Your size doesn’t matter and there is no excuse for not doing what you want… particularly if it’s all a societal myth. Wear it and own it and you will look magnificent.

2. Bangs don’t suit a baby face: Who made this rule up? Yeah, they look great with a higher forehead and on, but have you noticed that most kids have bangs as their parents do their best to keep the hair out of the eyes? Somehow a round face means no bangs allowed. You’re wrong; bangs can be cut in different ways, from thinner wisps to thicker side sweeps. Bangs are meant to fit well with any shape of face and an experienced stylist can get it right for you.

3. Red hair looks terrible with certain skin tones: That is absurd! Have you never seen an Indian with henna in her hair? Have you never noticed that people sometimes color their hair greens and blues and blonde? The skin tone is a silly reason to steer clear of the red hair. If you think you’ll look great with it, if you’re feeling red is your color, then you should, without a doubt, go for the look. There are so many shades of red to choose from, this myth is beyond ridiculous. One of them is bound to match your skin tone well.

4. Cutting your hair makes it grow faster: That is a terrible myth that only gets out hopes up. It’s the myth we’ve been told as kids when we didn’t want to go to the local barber shop. However, the truth is that it won’t make your hair grow faster but it will keep it healthy. The breakage make the hair look thinner, while when you cut it, particularly with blunt ends, it looks thicker and fuller. This might give the illusion of faster growth that’s simply not true. Unfortunately we trick ourselves and our children into believing it is.

5. If you pluck one, you’ll get double the greys: Thank goodness this is a myth! Can you imagine how terrible a feeling it is to remove a single grey piece and then see 2 or 3 sprout in its stead? More any woman knows about that horror felt the moment you realize what you have done. Fear no more though! It’s but a myth. The bad news though is that if you have a single grey, chances are that you’ll be getting a few more very quickly, if you don’t already have more. You shouldn’t pluck the hair for other reasons though. Your hair becomes weaker over time and the more you pluck the strands, the less likely it is that they will grow back. Here and there is not a problem at all, but once you start going grey all over, you might want to see a stylist and choose a color that you would prefer your hair to be.

See also: How To Use Hair Chalk

6. If you have greys, you should cut your hair short: Who doesn’t want to be a lovely silver vixen, a princess of the moon, so to say? Why let your greys and silver strands age you when you can wear them with style and let them become a part of your fabulous self. Why cut it short and let it age you with something that’s going to be unflattering? You can go for a style that looks great, young, chic and perfectly you, long or short, but never feel the need to show yourself as older than you are just because you are now a salt and pepper look. Revel in it, add more silver to create fashionable streaks and in general just enjoy your mane the way it is. If you feel the need to color, go for it; you are not obligated though. You are your own master and get to do it your way. If you are over 60, it’s not necessary to get that pixie. Instead, opt for a pretty braid that falls over your shoulder or blow-dry our gorgeous locks into straight or wavy styles that put Hollywood stars to shame.

7. You should shampoo every day: You should be shampooing your hair as not doing so will cause oil build-up that will lead to inflammation and ultimately stunt hair growth. However, shampooing every single day will also cause problems as it will dry out the natural oils and not allow for its natural lubrication. Plus, it makes you overproduce sebum to make up for the dried oils, making your hair become greasier, sooner. You can shampoo 3 times a week and you’ll be great. You can also use alternatives to shampoo, such as baking soda and apple-cider vinegar. Go for the more natural shampoos if you want to keep to it and reduce the chemicals you use in your hair. Either way, don’t go without shampooing because you think it will cause you to shed, and don’t shampoo daily because it is counterproductive. Keep to a healthy balance, use more natural shampoos to get the work done and keep your scalp hydrated. That’s the best way to ensure you never have shower worries again.

8. You need to wage war on your frizz: Why? Because it’s unnatural? It doesn’t look good? Honestly, that’s all a perception of the mind. Once it looked strange to tie your hair, now it’s the frizz that causes problems. Instead, you should go with the flow and style your hair according to the weather, without fighting a losing battle. Sometimes your hair is going to be frizzy, particularly if you’re biracial it appears. You need not frustrate yourself over it, instead enjoying the soft halo it creates over your head. Try different products and routines to tame the mane, but if you find that nothing’s working, just let it be. Chances are it will be fine tomorrow and you no longer will need to fret about all that frizz.

9. Blondes have more fun: That is discriminatory in every way possible. There are so many innuendos to be found in that simple statement, it’s not even funny. Being blonde does have its perks, such as garnering attention when you are looking for some or having random strangers commit to random acts of kindness just because of your looks, it can also be a problem. One, people will generally think you’re an easy lay, you’re dumb or any other unbelievably ridiculous stereotype. Plus, why go with a simple blonde shade when you can experiment with brighter colors and have fun with it. It is, after all, just hair that will eventually grow out, no matter what crazy hue you decide to make it.

10. Coloring the hair makes it unhealthy: There are many products that can damage your hair, causing problems for you in the long run. Bleaching, for example, is probably one of the worst things you can do to your locks, as removing the color also makes it thinner and more brittle, prone to breakage. It is perfectly fine to color your hair if you’re going darker though as most products on that end are safer and often add shine and a healthy volume to the mane itself. So don’t be afraid of damaging your hair, so long as it’s not bleach you’re using and it’s a darker shade you’re trying to achieve.

11. You shouldn’t dye your hair while pregnant: We’re not quite sure who came up with this particular myth but it’s definitely a piece of baloney. The risk does exist, of course, but that’s because a woman, particularly a pregnant one, should not be inhaling ammonia. The safer alternative to hair color products is the natural henna dye that is plant-derived and ammonia free. You can’t, however, have the ammonia absorbed through the scalp and there’s very little of the chemical in the products that is normally cleared out of a room when you’re at the salon. In either case, henna is a favourite and may be your best route. Plus, the color is awesome and the Middle Eastern/Indian staple is great for your hair and scalp! You might even want to try a henna tattoo while you’re at it, particularly around wedding season. It’s a rather interesting tradition to henna your hands, sometimes the face and often the feet.

12. Your shampoos make a difference to your hair: Here, you have to be careful. What type of difference are we talking about? If you think certain shampoos will make your hair fuller, you’ll be mistaken because while certain ingredients to help increase the blood flow to the scalp that can stimulate hair growth, it’s more of a volume you’re seeing that will come right down with a different product. If you think changing around your shampoos is going to be a healthier practice for your hair, then again you believe in a myth. You can use the same shampoo or change it up to get different effects, sometimes even combine them for some fun, but it makes no difference if you change or no. It’s just that each product has its own unique effects on your hair. You can stick to the same shampoo for 50 years and nothing will happen though. You might just get bored and need some novelty in your hair. As for sudsy shampoos cleaning better, that is another lie someone fed you and it was most probably a belief that came about from watching too many shampoo commercials. Shampoo doesn’t need to lather to do its job well. On the contrary, some of the best effects I’ve seen are by shampoos with minimal lather. While it may not give you a better clean, the sulphates causing the suds will probably fade your hair coloring if you dye it. It can even pose a health risk if you’re not careful. Try a shampoo wherein the sulphates have been replaced with glycerine instead for a safer wash.

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