Anaheim police open fire (non-lethal bullets) on a group of mostly women and children who had gathered following an officer-involved shooting (resulting in the death of a local man) in the neighborhood. A police canine was also released on the primarily Latino crowd and attacked a woman and her baby. Police offered to buy videos off of those who had recorded the brutality on their cameras and phones.
Holi-inspired “Nude Dehli” lip gloss by Clarins – $18
Aveda Invati anti-hair-thinning line (with organic turmeric and ginseng) – only $108!
“I was taken with the colors in spice markets in India like bright blues and reds because they are so ethnic but also so modern at the same time,” [Thakoon Panichgul] said in a phone interview from Paris.
Aveda, which has worked with Ayurvedic doctors since soon after it was founded in 1978 to use Indian herbs in some of its products, has a new three-piece line for thinning hair called Invati, which means “invigorate” in Sanskrit. An Ayurvedic blend including turmeric and ginseng from an organic farm in India are the key components in the shampoo, conditioner and revitalizer, which cost $24 to $60 and claim to rehabilitate the scalp around the follicles when massaged in.
It is now Aveda’s best-selling hair care system globally, Ms. Knutson said, adding, “The success exceeded all expectations, and we’re now looking at strengthening our relationship with Indian heritage.”
Stop making money for yourself off my people’s religion and culture.