Friday, February 8, 2013Look at This: Press Coverage @ World Conference 2013
February 8, 2013
Those of you who joined us in Miami last week likely agree with us that the 2013 World Conference was the best to date! As we’ve learned over the last few days, many media outlets feel the same way! Check out some of the incredible press we’ve received in the last week:

Miami Local News – NBC 6 News Report
Univision: Primer Impacto
Haute 100 Update: Loren Ridinger Launches Daughter Amber’s Skincare Line At Market America
Examiner.com: Beauty Expert, Amber Ridinger, Announces Lumière de Vie
My Daily Cafe: Lumière de Vie Por Amber Ridinger
El Diario de la Moda: Amber Ridinger y Lumière de Vie
Miami en Escena: Market America and SHOP.COM: breve muestra fotográfica
Lamaske Produce: Market America|SHOP.COM presentó en la Conferencia Mundial Planes de Expansión Global
Tobi en la Tele: Alejandro Sanz estuvo en el Gran Cierre de la Conferencia Mundial 2013 Market America/SHOP.COM en Miami
Alejandro Sanz featured in People en Español
Features for La La Anthony: HERE HERE HERE HERE and HERE
Photos from World Red Eye can be found HERE and HERE

Can’t wait for the next one in August in North Carolina!!!

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Set Your Calendar for Monday, Feb. 18th on VH1

 

Motives for La La—Beauty in Every Shade
With an assortment of dazzling colors and beneficial formulas, Motives® for La La provides a complete look for face, eyes, cheeks and lips that truly provides Beauty in Every Shade.

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DIY French Nail Look
Ladies, this is so easy and ‘who’d ya thunk it’?

 

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DYK? How Lips are Different From Other Skin Area
How are lips different from other skin areas?
by Elizabeth Whitmore

Lips may look different, but they’re very similar to the rest of your skin.
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 Without lips we wouldn’t be able to make the sound of the letter “P,” we wouldn’t be able to kiss the people we love, and we wouldn’t be able to make those funny fish faces. Lips are unique — they aren’t like any other part of the human body. But although they look different from the rest of your skin, they’re actually quite similar.

The outer layer of your skin is called the epidermis, and it has a protective covering called the stratum corneum. Underneath your epidermis is another layer of skin, the dermis. Like the rest of your skin, your lips have all three of these layers — the difference is that the stratum corneum on your lips is far thinner than it is anywhere else on your body. Your lips also don’t have any sebaceous glands — these glands keep your skin moisturized, but your lips are on their own. Their only source of moisture is your saliva, and that’s why they can easily become dry and chapped .
The skin on your lips doesn’t have any hair follicles either — this is a characteristic it shares only with the palms of your hands and the soles of your feet. Whether you can see them or not, hair follicles cover every other area of your skin .
Another difference between your lips and the rest of your skin is that your lips don’t have melanin, the pigment that makes you tan when you’re exposed to the sun. Melanin is your body’s natural way of protecting your skin from ultraviolet rays, and because your lips don’t have any, they’re at a higher risk of getting sunburned. Because your lips can’t protect themselves from sun damage, it’s important to use a lip balm that contains sunscreen — your lips can develop sunspots and skin cancer just like the rest of your skin .
Your lips’ red or pink pigment comes from underlying blood vessels — red-colored, blood-filled capillaries are close to the thin skin on your lips. The transition of the reddish-pink outline of your lips to the rest of the skin is called the vermillion border, and it’s found only in humans .

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