Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Bellabe Facial Hair Remover Review/Giveaway '2 Winners'

Have you ever heard of facial hair threading? Until my opportunity to do a review on Bellabe I had never heard of it or had it done. I am sure you are wondering what is facial hair threading yourself. Threading is an ancient form of hair removal that continues to be practiced by many in the Eastern part of the world. Unwanted hair is removed from the roots with the use of a cotton thread by trained practitioners. Today, threading hair removal is the hottest method of facial hair removal and continues to grow in popularity in the U.S. and worldwide. The origins of threading is not clear, with some claiming it began in India, the Middle East or China. However, threading can cut the skin, even if done by experienced threading practitioners.

About Bellabe:
Original and Authentic. Bellabe is made in the U.S.A.

The website was featured on the RACHAEL RAY SHOW on March 20, 2009.

They have been selling online since 2004 and their sales of Bellabe (pronounced as Bella-Bee) have been beyond their wildest dreams!! Their customers love Bellabe so much that they are coming back time and time again to buy Bellabe!!

Beauty Holiday Offerings!

Are you still working on gifts? Beauty Bar has you covered – check out their most coveted must-haves to surprise the beauty lover in your life for the holidays. The Holiday Gift Guide at makes it so simple to pick up a present for anyone on your list, whether you’re shopping for the perfect, elegant fragrance for your mom, a bold lipstick for your fashionista sister or a luxe stocking stuffer for your Secret Santa at work, is the ultimate online boutique to find tried-and-true essentials and discover new favorites from the most exclusive, chic domestic and international brands.

Also, they have convenient 1-2 day shipping (same day in Manhattan if ordered before 10 am), free samples with every order and a no-questions-asked, year-round return policy? (:

For Your Fashionista Sister

Give her the gift of glam with the Stila Cosmetics Snow Angel Color Palette, featuring festively fabulous, limited-edition hues, including eye shadows, blushes and a waterproof mascara.

For Your Serene-Keen Yoga Teacher

Help her stay zen through the busy holiday season with soothing fragrances, like The Healthy Fragrance from Lavanila in Vanilla Blackberry, a decadent blend of blackberry, raspberry, velviet iris and warm vanilla infused with pure essential oils to calm and comfort your body and soul

For Your Well-Groomed Other Half

Keep him clean-shaven and smelling so sexy with the Hommage Shanghai Shave Set and Declaration, the spicy, invigorating and utterly alluring eau de toilette from Cartier.

For Your Always-Elegant Mom

She looks nothing less than posh and polished all the time, so give her a scent to match her sophistication with the diptyque Oriental Spruce Scented Candle, which evokes the world’s most legendary and beloved fir tree, filling the air with comforting, warm notes

For Your On-Trend Best Friend

Your BFF sparkles and shines from head to toe, and Deborah Lippmann’s Nail Lacquer in Let’s Go Crazy will be the perfect glittering final touch to her look this holiday season.

For Your Retro-Chic Hostess

She throws the best parties and has a one-of-a-kind sense of style, and the Malin + Goetz Rum + Lime Hand Wash Set fits right into her retro-chic design aesthetic. Gorgeously packaged in a vibrant box set, it includes hydrating soaps that foam up into a luscious lather. The deliciously addictive Rum and Lime scents turn hand-washing into a totally indulgent experience.

Stocking Stuffers Under $30

For that hard-to-shop for acquaintance, offers a wealth of options that are sure to please everyone, like the Bliss Mistletoe Musts Lip & Hand Care Duo, which includes the fabulous lip balm and high intensity hand cream.

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