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Create an #eBayDad Collection for a Chance to Win $500

Create an #eBayDad Collection for a Chance to Win $500

This is a sponsored blog post that was written as part of a collaboration with eBay. Father’s Day is approaching! Do you know what you are getting for your dad yet? One really easy way to shop is to browse eBay. There are a couple of great ways to find specific Father’s Day items there.… Continue Reading

WINTER HAIR ESSENTIALS

WINTER HAIR ESSENTIALS

Emma is back with this great post on her winter hair essentials! Be sure to follow Emma on twitter at @emmajactress! It was a summer of Ombré hair and as a result I was left with dry hair that needed extra attention. To begin I cut off the dead ends, 2inches, which immediately made a… Continue Reading

Bad Business, When Chi Called a Blog Review Trademark Infringement

Bad Business, When Chi Called a Blog Review Trademark Infringement

UPDATE: On August 21, the PR Manager at Farouk Systems/Chi called me and offered a very sincere apology. She said that a third party contractor is used to send out trademark notices in order to tackle web spam and that bloggers were never intended to be included in those efforts. I let her know that the… Continue Reading

Beauty Fix: How To Beat Allergy Face

Beauty Fix: How To Beat Allergy Face

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Zyrtec. All opinions are 100% mine. I just returned from vacation in the rocky mountains, where allergies seem to particularly affect me. Aside from being unpleasent, allergies are not all that great for your looks either, with watery eyes and puffiness. Zrytec has been… Continue Reading

For Bloggers: How to Comply With The New FTC Guidance on Disclosing Products Provided For Review

On March 12, 2013, the FTC released a staff guidance document to provide additional information on disclosure in online advertising.  This material is relevant to bloggers and affiliate marketers in several ways.  (1) The receipt of free products for review by bloggers is typically viewed by the FTC as falling under the umbrella of advertising. … Continue Reading