Skin-care entrepreneur Tata Harper calls Tata Harper Rejuvenating Serum her “makeup must.” An article on Ms. Harper in Saturday’s Off Duty section misidentified the product as Glam Nation’s Rejuv Organic Facial Serum.
The Wall Street Journal
The Monday, June 25th edition incorrectly identified the three essential elements of healthy-looking skin as “location, location, location.” The three essential elements of healthy-looking skin are “moisturize, moisturize, moisturize.” Location is essential to the selection of real estate that will retain its value. Buyer Broker Daily regrets its error.
In the special Summer Party Pull-Out section the Five Hottest Facial Masques! feature incorrectly implied that the avocado and verdigris masque should be removed one hour after returning from a cocktail party or other fun get-together. The masque should be removed one hour before leaving for a social occasion. Marie Claire apologizes for any inconvenience or facial scarring readers may have suffered, and is offering one (1) scratch ‘n sniff card of Amy Winehouse’s signature cologne Wasted with proof of purchase of the June edition.
The FDA has not approved the use of Bobbi Brown’s Faux Tan Spray for customizing plastic model cars. The self-tanning product should be used only on metallic surfaces of U.S. made full-size trucks, such as the Ford F-100 and the Chevrolet Silverado. Model Car Science otherwise stands by the facts and conclusions in the article “Ten Tips for Prize-Winning Paint Jobs!”
In the May, 2012 issue it was incorrectly stated that pop chanteuse Celine Dion uses blusher to highlight her cheekbones. Ms. Dion uses blusher to make her nose appear smaller than it really is. Foreign Affairs apologizes for any offense taken by the people of Canada, a country located to the north of the United States.
Whose complexion is better? You be the judge.
The April 17th edition of The New York Review of Books incorrectly suggested that the thirty-year feud between Vladimir Nabokov and Edmund Wilson began when Wilson wrote a negative review of Nabokov’s translation of Aleksandr Pushkin’s Eugene Onegin. The feud instead began Wilson borrowed Nabokov’s Clinique Men’s Scruffing Cream, and Nabokov discovered several nose hairs in the jar when Wilson returned it. The editors are offering a mail-in rebate card to readers located outside the New York metropolitan area, and personal pore-cleansing treatments for residents of the five boroughs and Yonkers.