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    Go Further with @Ford 2012: Trend Conference

    I spent this week at Ford HQ at Dearborn, Michigan to see all the new things happening at Ford. With a star studded panel and lots of interesting topics – Ford is really cutting edge in design, concept and leading the auto industry into the brave new world with technology that we only dream of! Like the workshop I went to last month in Geneva, there was a visual recorder who drew exactly what we were talking about. Ford invited over 250 car journalists, lifestyle bloggers, mommy bloggers, gadget and tech bloggers to spend 3 days in Michigan to get a sneak peek at all the exciting things FORD is…

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    Giveaway: Hope Cures Bracelet @projecthavehope

    Project Have Hope works with a group of 100 women in the Acholi Quarter of Uganda and helps them transform their lives and the lives of their families. Through the sale of their beautiful, handmade paper bead jewelry, the women can feed their families, send their children to school, and look forward to a richer future. Hope Cures Project Have Hope is partnering with the Uganda Child Cancer Foundation (UCCF) and is launching our newest collection – Hope Cures. These vibrant colored bracelets raise awareness of cancer, including melanoma and breast cancer, and show your support for fighters, survivors and their caregivers. One dollar from each Hope Cures bracelet purchased…

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    Blake Lively’s Timeless, Voluminous Waves From The Savages Premiere

    Did you catch Serena, I mean Blake at her recent premiere for the movie, Savages, in Westwood, CA? If you did, you’re probably as obsessed with her hair as I am. Check out this surprisingly easy how-to for those sexy, classic waves she rocks on the red carpet. 1)    Prepare washed hair with  the Angelo David Sea Silk Styling Mousse and  Angelo David Premier Volume Spray to achieve maximum volume, then begin blow drying sections of hair. 2)    Create a deep side part then do one run  of the   1 ½ curling barrel iron to the smaller part. 3)    For the larger part, create tousled waves by running each small sections of hair onto  a 1 ½…