FOLLAIN NYC: In-Store Visit

The largest growing sector in the cosmetics industry for the past 5 years has been in the natural/organic market. If you haven’t familiarized yourself with the terms “green beauty” or “clean ingredients” – chances are, you’re missing out on using some of the purist and most effective products on shelves today. While “green” brands have been branching into mainstream, there…

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Interview with Kelsey Wiedenhoefer, Director of Instruction & Master Instructor at Maiden Lane …

Kelsey Wiedenhoefer is basically everything I wish I could be: she epitomizes the endlessly cool woman, capable of moving with breathtaking grace as she flows from one pose to the next with such an ease that belies the complexity behind each movement. Kelsey is the director of instruction at Maiden Lane Studios a high-end pilates, barre, yoga and fascial stretch therapy…

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Garçon’s Faves: April/May 2017

We’re always on the lookout for the latest and greatest, here are some of the the things that our team loves this season: The Handmaid’s Tale (on HULU): Beyond the timely thematic elements, the cinematography and visuals of this series are gorgeous and stunning, and the acting by the entire cast is masterful. The first 3 episodes were released last…

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The Beauty Chef GLOW Inner Beauty Powder REVIEW

Nutraceutical powders have been all the rage lately and the appeal is evident: through the premise of delivering beauty from within, these powders achieve specialized holistic benefits through the use of concentrated superfoods that work like vitamins. The Beauty Chef, by Carla Oates, is an Australian line that is one of the pioneers of this movement and her Glow Inner Beauty Powder…

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KYPRIS Cleanser Concentrate Review: Why Green Doesn’t Equal Safe

I went into trying Kypris’ Cleanser Concentrate with such high hopes. It promised the “ideal cleanse” with a “totally new” experience in a gel-cream format that could be applied onto dry or damp skin. At first use, it was like a mediocre first date where some things were pretty cool, but the overall experience was more awkward than anything. Cool things:…

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