May 21st, 2013 — Travel
Life looks better through the window of a private plane, but I know what your thinking. You hear “private plane” and you see big dollar signs. Well BlackJet has changed the game, sitting at the intersection of private aviation and commercial airlines.
Introducing BlackJet, a luxury booking service offering private transport at a cost rivaling a first class commercial airline ticket. Normally chartering a cross country private plane would put you back anywhere from $25,000 – $35,000 dollars each way. BlackJet which is similar to Uber works like this: Become a member, pay an annual fee of $2,500.00 and book flights through their website or mobile app. A one way between Los Angeles (Van Nuys) and New York (Teterboro) runs about $3,500.00. Instead of booking the whole plane, BlackJet clients reserve an individual seat, which is 100% guaranteed, even if you’re the only passenger on board. Cancellations are allowed up to 3 days prior to departure at no cost.
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May 21st, 2013 — Beauty
This high-precision corrector pen fixes little slips and makeup glitches in a second. With one sweep this pen erases, adjusts and corrects eyeliner jolts, mascara spills and lipstick mistakes. Correction perfection! Also delivered with 3 refills! A fun and magical way to boost your creativity and dare to try the most spectacular makeup looks. $25.00 at Saks.com
May 20th, 2013 — Advice, Quotes
May 20th, 2013 — Beauty
1. Oil - Don’t be afraid of oil! After washing your hair, use a small amount of dry oil on wet hair to make it more manageable. Also be sure to add a little more after it’s dry, leaving your hair silky and smooth. Dry oil will protect your hair from heat like blow dryers and flat irons. Try: Moroccan Oil, use Moroccan Oil Light for fine hair and the original formula for thicker hair.
2. Hydrate - Dry hair that feels and look brittle could be because your hair has too much protein.Use a mask once a week to hydrate hair. Try: Moroccan Oil Hydrate Mask
3. Clarify - Everyone, know matter what your hair type, should be using a clarifying shampoo. Clarifying shampoo’s have a bad reputation for drying out hair, when actually they will get rid of unwanted build up of product and dirt on your scalp. Use once a week for normal hair that is washed daily (or every other day) and once a month if you wash your hair once a week. Try: Malibu Goo Gone Shampoo.
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May 17th, 2013 — WIFE with Style