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Clothing for a cause. We like. Long Hair Don’t Care made a stop at Miami Swim Week’s Lifestyle Retreat Lounge at The James Royal Palm and it wasn’t just for the scenery. “Our Spring/Summer 2014 collection maintains our original message of freedom of the soul and spirit through the use of bright, empowering colors,” said Kasey Murdock, founder of LHDC. The Murdock brothers are also building awareness by donating head apparel

to NoHairDontCare, their non-profit organization for cancer patients.


So you’re living paycheck to paycheck and held a garage sale for walking-around money. But if you need to look like a few thousand bucks, direct your mouse over to Berricle.com, a e-destination for shoppers seeking what the celebs flaunt for less. Browse for elegant lookalike engagement rings (cubic zirconia, baby!) of such stars as Candice Accola ( “Vampire Diaries”) and Girl Next Door Holly Madison. www.berricle.com


Bring out your artistic side; you know you have one. Draw Something 2, a mobile game from Zynga, has a live social feed so you can follow friends and celebrities, as well as discover new artists. Joining the conversation is easy — players can like, comment and tap to see instant replay of how the masterpieces were created. Keep a collection of your own drawings in a gallery or check out work by others like Joel McHale, Elizabeth Banks and Andy Cohen.


Now available to American chaps is a cost-effective grooming line at Walgreens, by mainstay UK brand Boots. The No. 7 collection contains a wide range of skincare products: scoop up face wash, a scrub, body wash and even a so-called rapid revival eye roll-on for late nights or early mornings. As brand ambassador, “The Bachelor” Sean Lowe gets to hoard the stuff in his medicine cabinet. From $7.99-$24.99. www.walgreens.com

Hands slaving over a hot keyboard? Get some support from Le Couvent Des Minimes, a line of natural skincare, fragrance, and bath and body formulas inspired by centuries-old therapeutic recipes from a French monastery. Think ingredients like floral waters and nutrient-rich plant extracts. A current hot seller is the Gardener’s Hand Healer (OK, so you don’t plant flowers, but they feel your pain). Shop at usa.lecouventdesminimes.com; select items will be available at ULTA Beauty in August. www.lhdc.com

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