File this one under: Horrible, No Good, Really Bad Parenting Ideas. A mother in England has allowed her 14-year-old daughter, pageant queen, and aspiring model to get makeup tattooed on her face.
Sophie Watson, who already holds 22 beauty pageant titles and dreams of being both a singer and an actress, had eyeliner, lip liner, a fake beauty mark, and her eyebrows tattooed with makeup. Watson’s 29-year-old mother, who is a beauty therapist, says she sees no problem with the procedure. She told Closer magazine, “I wasn’t overly worried and, once she’s got an idea in her head, there’s no stopping her.”
It looks like magazines planning to launch iPad editions will have to censor all nipples and taboo body-parts in order to ensure inclusion in the App store.
Fashion insiders (and nipple lovers!) have already taken to calling iPad versions of their publications “The Iran Edition” because of “the parallels between censorship in the Muslim theocracy and the iTunes store.”
Read more at Styleite.
In what will surely be considered a genius marketing move, a Gap store in Vancouver, Canada has turned itself upside down. To explain: Gap has recently rolled out a new rewards program in which customers are automatically refunded the difference in price if a purchased item goes on sale within 45 days. The program -- cutesy spelling aside -- is called "Sprize" and, accordingly, the refunded cash is called "Sprize Money." To celebrate (and obviously bring attention to) the new program, the Gap's Robson Street store in downtown Vancouver has been entirely upended, from bags to signage to, quite literally, the cars parked out front. Video and more photos of the transformation after the jump:Read More