Naya Rivera, the star of the hit TV show “Glee,” has signed on as the new Proactiv Celebrity Ambassador.
Naya is a Proativ user since high school and will appear in several new Proativ TV spots debuting this Spring. She joins the ranks other stars like the Bieb and Katy Perry
Nay proclaims, “I am excited to be a part of a show that encourages teens and young adults to embrace their differences and be proud of who they are as an individual, which is exactly why I am honored to represent Proactiv. Working with Proactiv will allow me to take that self confidence message a step further by helping individuals tackle their acne and literally put their best face forward.”
Naya’s Proactiv favorite is the Proactiv 3 Step System:
Step 1: Renewing Cleanser – This cleanser contains prescription-grade benzoyl peroxide with advanced micro crystals that quickly penetrate pores to start killing acne-causing bacteria on contact. At the same time, chamomile extract and other soothing ingredients help keep skin balanced and hydrated.
Step 2: Revitalizing Toner – Glycolic acid, a botanical-rich blend of chamomile, aloe and panthenol combine to remove dead skin cells while hydrating and soothing to help achieve an even-toned complexion.
Step 3: Repairing Treatment – This medicated lotion absorbs deep into pores and contains prescription-grade benzoyl peroxide, with ultra fine micro-crystals, that go quickly into cleansed, open pores to start killing acne-causing bacteria on contact.
The set is $19.95 and available at www.proactiv.com
What do you think of Naya as the new Ambassador?
Who would you like to see as the next one?
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The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is pretty old news for lit and film geeks but it gets its own launch to a wider audience in the US this week (December 20th, 2011) with a brand new rendition starring Daniel Craig and Rooney Mara. I happen to be a bit of a purist and can’t really picture anyone else playing the part of womankind’s avenging angel, Lisbeth Salander, other than Noomi but I’ll give it a go!
Lisbeth is a strong, aggressive character and her clothes match that attitude and personality plus her cracker background somehow give her leather jacket, combat boots, and skintight jeans a bit of an underground feel.
H&M was so moved by her style they created a Dragoon Tattoo Collection to celebrate Lisbeth’s edgy look.
I seen the collection at H&M this weekend but in LA it supposedly sold out in 10 minutes but not everyone is a fan of the collection,
Blogger, Natalie Karneef wrote a blog post entitled “An Open Letter to H&M from a Rape Survivor”: “….…H&M, you have created a line of clothing based on her character: a woman who has suffered a lifetime of abuse, who is violently raped, and who is hunting down a man who violently rapes and kills other women.”
“Lisbeth has been through hell, and her clothing is her armor. That’s her choice, and it’s an understandable choice. But you glamorize it, putting a glossy, trendy finish on the face of sexual violence and the rage and fear it leaves behind.”
H&M has apologized stating…”We have read the open letter by Natalie Karnefwe apologize if she or anyone has been offended by the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo collection by Trish Summerville – this has not in any way been our intent. The collection is based on and inspired by the film and character Lisbeth Salander and though we think Lisbeth is a strong woman who stands up for her ideal, we are not trying to represent her specifically.”
The spokesperson continued, “Our goal is to rather offer a collection that we see in today’s trend picture that will appeal to many customers. We do not view this collection as provocative-it contains pieces that are staples in many people’s wardrobes: jeans, biker jackets and t-shirts. It’s all about how you wear them. We encourage our customers to find their own personal way to wear our products.”
H&M’s Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Collection features 30 pieces ranging from ten dollars to two hundred.
What do you think?
The collection is available in stores and online at www.hm.com
As for me I wish he had a chance to finish the Millennium Series, hopefully his girlfriend will come through for us. I’d rather have more books than a clothing collection!