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Color Me Pretty (and Eco-Friendly)

Remember when people used to get highlights with a cap? We still can’t believe we subjected our locks to such horrifying trauma. Stylists would place […]

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This Week's Mini-Consumer Index

An extension of the things we’re obsessed with this month: Ballet-inspired classes: Like the rest of the celeb-following world, we’ve been intrigued by trainer-to-the-stars Tracey […]

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Bostonista Gets Educated: Makeup

We’re a proud college town. Howard Stern once roamed Boston University. Harvard had a few good alums; Conan, Natalie Portman, and a few other very […]

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True Life of a Bostonista: I Want to Be a Patriots Cheerleader

The auditions for the 2009-2010 season Patriots cheerleading squad were held on Saturday at the Dana-Farber Field House At Gillette Stadium. Thanks to some prodding […]

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Mini-Masochist: Lashfood

We’ve experimented with our fair share of eyelash extensions, falsies, and length-defying mascaras, but we had yet to try new products on the market that […]

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Bostonista Shops: A Valentine's Quest

This past weekend, we hoofed it around the city, looking for the perfect Valentine’s gift. Not for our boyfriend, not for our crush, and not […]

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Bostonista Snoops: What's in your bag?

On an icy Wednesday afternoon at the Pru, Bostonista snooped inside the bags of 10 satisfied shoppers. See the rest in our slideshow.

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Special Patriotic Edition: Free Cosmetics for All Americans

If you’re looking for a way to celebrate Obama’s first day as president, how about stopping by a department store to pick up some free […]

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Bostonista Loves: Cuts for a Cause

Been dying to rock Rihanna’s pixie cut? Well, chop, chop. Now’s the time to surrender to the scissors—and for a great cause. Marc Harris‘ Financial […]

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Sale Away: Focus on the Saving (Not the Spending)

Thankfully, we have absolutely no patience whatsoever. You see, we had reconciled to wait until after Christmas to do our sale shopping, which is what […]

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Holiday Gift Idea: Easy Reading

The coffee table book—boring old gift or inventive present? We like to think it’s the latter (and we’re excellent givers). Here, a few of our […]

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Found: The Perfect Corduroys

I’ve been looking for a pair of corduroys for years. Corduroys are inherently unflattering: a little bulky, saggy-seeming in all the wrong places. Sort of […]

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Recession Makes Cool Stuff Cheap

Last Sunday we decided to check out the rare books and manuscripts auction at Skinner’s. While I was merely curious (I’d gone to my last […]

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What’s in Store: Acquire

Nikki Dalrymple, owner of new North End home boutique Acquire, is totally someone you’d want to be friends with. She’s super-friendly. She has funny stories […]

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Conditioning Treatments for Lush Locks

My hair has always been long and unmanageable. I’m notorious for going six months without a trim (because I hate when I ask for an […]