beauty

One of Prime Day’s Best Beauty Deals Will Give You a Salon-Quality Blowout From Your Own Bathroom

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It’s not often that as many as 68,000 people rally behind the same hair styling tool, but most blow dryers don’t give the same salon-quality results that Amazon’s cult-favorite one does. The Revlon One-Step Hair Dryer And Volumizer Hot Air Brush is a force to be reckoned with, especially considering how affordable it is. If you’ve yet to join the thousands of devotees, there’s no better time to hop on the wagon — the best-selling tool is majorly marked down to just $40 with an on-page coupon for Prime Day.

Taking your hair from wet to glossy in a matter of minutes, the oval round brush effortlessly smooths hair without snags, while the rounded edges add volume to flat strands. The nylon pin and tufted bristles detangle your hair during the process, allowing you to begin styling straight out of the shower. The airflow vents ensure a speedy drying

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LeBron James wins 4th title in Lakers blowout

The coronation came in the second quarter.

The Los Angeles Lakers outscored the Miami Heat by 20 points in the second stanza to take a 28-point halftime lead en route to a 106-93 win that secured the franchise’s record-tying 17th NBA championship.

[Yahoo Store: Get your Los Angeles Lakers championship gear right here!]

In his record-setting 260th playoff game, LeBron James became the first player to lead three different teams to a title, logging 28 points, 14 rebounds and 10 assists in 41 minutes on his way to a fourth ring. He was also named Finals MVP for the fourth time unanimously. Only Michael Jordan has more with six.

“We just want our respect,” James said after accepting the trophy on the postgame broadcast. “Rob [Pelinka, the Lakers’ general manager] wants his respect. Coach [Frank] Vogel wants his respect. Our organization wants their respect. Lakers nation wants their respect.

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LeBron James wins fourth NBA title in a blowout

The coronation came in the second quarter.

The Los Angeles Lakers outscored the Miami Heat by 20 points in the second stanza to take a 28-point halftime lead en route to a 106-93 win that secured the franchise’s record-tying 17th NBA championship.

[Yahoo Store: Get your Los Angeles Lakers championship gear right here!]

In his record-setting 260th playoff game, LeBron James became the first player to lead three different teams to a title, logging 28 points, 14 rebounds and 10 assists in 41 minutes on his way to a fourth ring. He was also named Finals MVP for the fourth time unanimously. Only Michael Jordan has more with six.

“We just want our respect,” James said after accepting the trophy on the postgame broadcast. “Rob [Pelinka, the Lakers’ general manager] wants his respect. Coach [Frank] Vogel wants his respect. Our organization wants their respect. Lakers nation wants their respect.

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