The Cheese Course pampers dairy devotees with a thoughtfully constructed catering menu of delectable comestibles. Please party-goers with a small platter of sandwiches for six to eight, garnished with imported olives and served on a reusable tray ($54.95). Start some heart-healthy hullabaloo with a fresh fruit bowl and a crunchy crudité tray (both cost $49.95 and serve 10–12), or satisfy fortunate mouths with the company's titular cheese course—a cultured collection of three cheeses, a freshly baked baguette, and fresh fruit ($39.95). Regardless of which grainy goods and pasteurized pleasures you desire, The Cheese Course will have them prepped, arranged, and ready for noshing within 24 hours' time.
Derma Radiant's president alongside cosmetic chemist Don Sullivan both created Ageless Eyes eye cream to help deflate undereye bags, reduce fine lines, and infuse peepers with vitality. Each half-ounce tube of the 90-day supply comes packed with compounds such as Eyeliss, which drains away inflammation, and Matrixyl 3000, known to boost the elasticity of tired skin and worn-out sock cuffs. Vitamin E oil quenches thirsty pores, and botanical extracts lend their soothing, natural powers. Customers should gently rub this rejuvenating cream under the eyes and up over the brow line or glued-on sun visor twice daily.
The mission of the Cosmetology Institute of Florida is to prepare, educate, and train students for a career as a cosmetologist and/or registered skin care professional. At the same time, the Institute strives to contribute to the economic development of the local community by improving workplace skills, as well as, generati
The afternoon sun slices through Lucx Boutique's wide windows, illuminating the feminine details on beaded dresses and statement heels modeled by discerning manikins. Inside, the shop bustles as ladies of all ages skim through the racks of sophisticated, classic threads. Many of the shoppers learned about the store thanks to enthusiastic praise from local press, such as Boca Raton and Simply the Best, and chic Magic 8 balls. They’re rewarded for stopping in with seasonal cocktail dresses, evening gowns, and everyday jeans and tees stitched by New York and LA designers such as Jovani, Yoyo Yeung, alice + olivia, and Betsy Moss.
For more than 65 years, this bastion of blossoms has promoted indoor pollination with colorful flowers in a wide array of artfully arranged bouquets. The Burst of Autumn bouquet ($42.50) showcases a clear glass vase festooned with asiatic lilies, chrysanthemums, and roses in shades of clementine and yellow, with the vessel dressed for sweater weather in an orange satin ribbon. Patrons can gift six red roses ($39.95) to a significant other for Valentine’s Day, or befuddle a parking-meter cop after a ticketing spree. Shoppers can cultivate their lapel appeal with a soft lavender corsage ($24.95) or their wrist moxie with a green orchid boutonniere ($29.95). The Teleflora Party Bear bouquet ($35) flaunts an entourage of carnations, chrysanthemums, and larkspur in a glass vase embraced by a loveable happy-birthday bear, which induces sweet sighs without the repercussions of gift-wrapping a live grizzly.