Custom-blended hair color from eSalon.com combines the personalization of salon color services with the price point of drugstore formulas, earning the brand a 2014 Allure Best of Beauty Award for Best Home Color. Conceived by master colorist Estelle Baumhauer, a Paris-trained veteran of Dessange and Warren-Tricomi salons, the website gives shoppers access to trained colorists via an online consultation. By answering questions about their current color, hair texture, amount of gray, desired color, and other variables, clients help stylists formulate a color from thousands of available options. Once a color is selected, the formula is blended, bottled, and packaged specifically for the client. Each client is also assigned a personal colorist, who can answer questions by phone or email.
Haircare products extend beyond hair color, though. The online retailer stocks products for root touch-ups and color enhancements, as well as shampoos, conditioners, treatment oils, and hair masks. Coloring tools such as hair clips, tint brushes, and protective capes are also available.
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Named "Best Designer Outlet" by Los Angeles magazine, Last Chance displays a delightful array of discounted designer duds and contemporary collections, all handpicked by operating partner Samera Arkel. Entangle extended limbs into the enticing racks of designer favorites such as Chloe, Zac Posen, and Stella McCartney while double-jointed hips snap back to scoop up Beautiful People and Peter Som apparel. In addition to jeans (about $40) and blouses (about $40-$65), Last Chance Designer Boutique offers choices from the bargain bin (about $5). Prevent damaging outfit optical illusions with guidance from the boutique's elegance engineers—all former stylists—as they educate you on hydrogen-induced hemlines and isentropic inseams.
Since 1998, Big Lou's Toys & Collectibles has thrilled avid and casual collectors with a large selection of die-cast model cars, film memorabilia, and figurines. The majority of the tchotchke emporium's 70 display cases burst at the reinforced seams with antique die-cast model cars including a 1957 Chevy Suburban ambulance from the Jada Toys Heat Series ($12.99) and a Maisto- 1948 Ford F1 Wrecker tow truck ($11.99), both perfect gifts for automobile enthusiasts or mice that constantly ask for lifts to the mall. Big Lou's also stocks its shelves with miscellaneous movie memorabilia such as a 12-inch Jet Li action figure from the 2002 movie Hero ($40) and a 3.75-inch Freddy Krueger vinyl figurine ($9.99), which includes small-scale versions of the film villain's iconic hat, bladed glove, and ability to churn out unsuccessful sequels.
As the closest layer of clothing to our bodies, underwear should be stylish, but more importantly, it should feel as soft and comfortable as a tender hug from a mother panda. That's where MeUndies.com comes in. The company fills underwear drawers with monthly shipments of high-quality, comfortable undergarments for men and women.
When members join, they specify their size and preferred style of underwear. On the first day of each month thereafter, an email lands in their inboxes with an array of colors and patterns to choose from. Comfy socks; soft, slim-fitting T-shirts; and other basics are also available. If members decide they don't need a new pair of underwear for any particular month, they can skip that month, they can put their membership on hold, or they can incorporate the spare pair into the family dog's superhero suit.