When we found out about Dolce & Gabbana's new perfume for babies we, like the rest of the Internet, had a few questions. How indeed can anyone possibly make a baby smell better than, well, baby? It's a heavenly aroma that will make your ovaries start churning out hormones the second you encounter it. And also--are perfumes for babies something that actually exists? Is there really a market for them? And most importantly: Are they safe? We had a chat with Frederick Bouchardy, the founder & president of Joya perfumes and the co-founder of the Elements Showcase, who cleared things up for us.
This past January Ning Chao made the jump from magazines to the web, where she is the beauty director at Beautylish. (Welcome to the jungle, Ning!) In the ten years prior to that she's covered beauty for Marie Claire, InStyle, Elle, Vogue, and Glamour. Now she’s putting her expertise to work at Beautylish, a slick site devoted to all things beauty: there are product reviews, makeup tutorials, message boards, and a stellar news section (they scored an exclusive interview with Blake Lively’s hair colorist---it took ten hours to make her a redhead.) Ning shared her current favorite beauty obsessions: