Link Tank #28

by Jamie Sanford on October 23, 2015

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Preach, Oprah!

The 30 Greatest Songs About One-Night Stands. I found the winner not surprising at all.

While we are talking about sexiness, check out this amazing collection of Freddie Mercury’s outfits.

Another song list! The 200 best songs of the 80s. I could not do this.

Check out a former home of Jim Henson. It’s in upstate New York, and it is stunning.

38 things to do in Maine. I am dying to go back to Maine, it is so gorgeous there. If you have not been, I highly recommend it.

Six tips for getting your work seen. I need this one!

(Found on Tumblr.)

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Link Tank #1

by Jamie Sanford on May 24, 2013

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Tumblr is the best image provider ever. The head bob on the one in the back is spectacular.

Does anyone think Oprah is doing all that much work on her lovely farm? I don’t think so. (People.com)

Minnesota is the latest state to do the right thing and clear the way for marriage equality. (NY Times)

Here’s an interesting breakdown of information on when fonts and font size matter. (Big Brand System)

A timeline of the lifespan of iTunes, including top downloaded songs of each year. (iTunes)

Great post from Jasmine Star on explaining what it is that makes you, you. (Jasmine Star)

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Oprah Winfrey: Celebrity Skin Care by Harold Lancer

by Jamie Sanford on May 18, 2011

Oprah Winfrey: Celebrity Skin Care by Harold Lancer

Oprah Winfrey’s dermatologist has come out with a line of skin care, available exclusively at Nordstrom. (Thanks to Refinery 29 for the original story.)

6 products are available, but currently, Nordstrom is offering 5 on their website.

Harold Lancer, Cleanse, $50 for 4 ounces.

Extremely Pure Cleanser is a gentle, light-foaming cleanser enriched with natural exfoliating enzymes, moisture-rich hydrators and skin-soothing agents.

Harold Lancer, Polish, $50 for 2 ounces.

Natural Sea Mineral Polish is a gentle skin-resurfacing polish containing a blend of natural sea minerals and exfoliating enzymes.

Harold Lancer, Nourish AM/PM Nourishment, $100 for 2 ounces.

AM/PM Nourishing Treatment is a potent anti-aging treatment super-charged with a multi-peptide complex and essential age-defying ingredients. AM/PM Nourishing Treatment restores skin firmness and visibly diminishes the appearance of lines and wrinkles.

Harold Lancer, Vitamin C Antioxidant Sunscreen SPF 30, $34 for 3.5 ounces.

Protect with antioxidant sunscreen. A hydrating micronized zinc oxide (Z-Cote) formulation that delivers ultra-broad SPF protection. It is essential to use SPF while using the Lancer Method.

Harold Lancer, Glycolic 10% Facial Cream, $50 for 1.6 ounces.

This hydrating cream uses the power of glycolic acid to smooth the skin. A rich pairing of ultra-pure crystalline glycolic acid and antioxidants.

I would love to try these out, but don’t think I can drop over $300 on the whole system.  Since they seem to all work together, I will have to wait for a review online.  However, I’m sure that Oprah Winfrey would not bother using products that don’t work, especially since we know she has the money for literally anything she wants.

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Oprah’s Big Deal issue of her magazine hit the stands for August 2010 and she is wearing the Coliseum earrings from Lia Sophia.

You can’t get a good look at the Lia Sophia earrings, which Oprah liked so much that she purchased them.

From the Lia Sophia website:

Rockstar flamboyance in over-sized hoops. A contemporary cutout honeycomb design of matte gold makes an eye-popping statement guaranteed to take your charisma off the charts. Snap bar closure.

The earrings that Oprah is wearing on the cover of the magazine are $44 from Lia Sophia, but will be retired at the end of July. Based on the limited time frame plus the Oprah connection, I think they might sell out.

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