February 16, 2007
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Name? Nadia Sproul
Where do you live? Honolulu
Your major? Apparel Product Design & Merchandising (APDM)
Plans after graduation? Move to Seattle
Best study spot? I don’t study…
Favorite caffeinated drink? Ito En Tea
Friday night hang-out spot? Next Door
Favorite way to procrastinate? Play Frisbee!
Your must-have accessory for Spring? My boyfriend
If you were an animal, what would you be? Giraffe-it’s my favorite animal
What are you wearing? Black flats from Urban Outfitters, skinny jeans from Delia’s, mini dress from Forever 21, hoodie from H&M watch from Guess, beaded bracelet made by my boyfriend, and green and blue rabbit print camo purse
Location of this photo?University of Hawaii Manoa
Name? Summer Holcomb
Where do you live? Makiki
Your major? Apparel Product Design & Merchandising (APDM)- Fashion Design
Plans after graduation? Move to New York or LA
Best study spot? Miller 7
Thursday night hang-out spot? Red Lion!
Favorite way to procrastinate? MySpace
Your must-have accessory for Spring? Koi fish earrings If you were an animal, what would you be? Tiger
What are you wearing? Top from Kenzie, cami from Old Navy, 7 For All Mankind jeans, Bernardo shoes from Sandal Tree, and sunglasses from 80spurple.com
Location of this photo? University of Hawaii Manoa
Tylie clutch, Shasa Emporium, $445
Spring 2007 Trend: The Daytime Clutch It’s not just for nighttime anymore. The clutch - a longtime staple of the evening - is coming out of the dark and into the light. For daytime, look for larger pouch-like styles or envelope shapes that are roomy enough to hold all your necessities. Depending on the style, you can give your outfit an edgier feel, or add a little polish to a more casual look. Try to find styles that can go with a variety of looks, and choose a color that matches your wardrobe. Here’s a little style tip on buying bags: When shopping for one, imagine how it will look with at least five of your favorite outfits. If you can envision it as part of your wardrobe, buy it! Do you really need more encouragement than that?
Tylie clutch, Shasa Emporium, $445
Aveda Brilliant Anti-Humectant
Pomade, $18, Allure Hair Studio
and Day Spa
Question: My hair is frizzy. How do I get rid of the frizz?
Expert: Allure Hair Studio and Day Spa Answer: Fighting frizz can always seem like an ongoing battle especially in Hawaii’s humid climate. You can fight frizz two ways: at home or in the salon. If you’re at home, use products that have high-end ingredients to help define and enhance the health of your hair. Both Kérastase and Aveda have great styling aids and finishing products that help to smooth the shaft of your hair like Brilliant Anti-Humectant Pomade by Aveda. If you want to fight frizz in the salon, ask your stylist for a deep conditioning treatment like the Masque Oleo-Relax by Kérastase. A deep, intensive moisturizing mask will keep your hair silky, shiny and frizz free for several weeks.
Aveda Brilliant Anti-Humectant Pomade, $18, Allure Hair Studio and Day Spa
Bliss Triple Oxygen Instant Energizing Mask
Bliss Triple Oxygen Instant Energizing Mask, Sephora, $52 Inspired by Bliss Spa’s famous Triple Oxygen Treatment facial, this at-home mask mimics the effects of the treatment in your own bathroom. Massage the mask into damp skin and watch it foam up-kind of like old-fashioned shaving cream-as it delivers oxygen, vitamin C and antioxidants to your skin. Perfect pre-party (or post-party!), your skin will be instantly rejuvenated, getting rid of any dullness and replacing it with a healthy glow.
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