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Pizza Chain Offering Pizza Bouquets (REAL)

Getting married? Love Pizza? Villa Italian Kitchen’s got you covered. Lucky couples set to tie the knot now have the opportunity to win the pizza chain’s “Pizza Bouquet and Boutonniere” for their big day. Yes- the entire bouquet and boutonniere is made of pizza. According to Villa Italian Kitchen, it’s the first of its kind.

“These delicious floral accessories are perfect for pizza-loving couples looking to spice up their wedding with one-of-a-kind designs,” says Mimi Wunderlich, director of communications and digital marketing. “We are looking forward to celebrating the marriages of some of our most loyal fans by gifting them a set of their own, just in time for their wedding!”

Villa Italian Kitchen notes that the arrangements will feature “beautiful and delicate floral details handcrafted by New York City food stylist Jessie Bearden.” Applicants must be tying the knot before September 30th and apply by June 15th. Don’t worry if you’re not chosen - Villa Italian Kitchen will give all entries a coupon for a free pie.

You can enter here.

Source: Villa Italian Kitchen

Barbershops Are Now Offering Brotox Injections (REAL)

There’s always been a level of camaraderie at barbershops, which is why men are now trusting their barbers to give them Brotox - or Botox for men. Shops have seen an increase in men getting the service done and barbers want men to know its totally fine to do.

Having popular barbershops offering this service further validates to men that self-care is okay and very normal,” Mark Rippon from hairdressing training institute, The Masters Institute of Creative Education, explains. “A barbershop is a much less confronting space for a man to have Botox because like anyone, having needles near your face is slightly nerve wracking.”

Dermatologist Dr. Natasha Cook notes that with the rise of men in entertainment getting brotox done, it most likely won’t go away anytime soon. She says most men get it in their frown lines so they don’t look angry all the time and some get it on their forehead lines, however Cook notes “less is always more.” She also suggests to make sure to do your research before getting any work done.

Source: Whimn

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