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Sneak Attack

It’s a throwback for the fellas. These PRO-Keds Royal Plus basketball sneakers originally were introduced in the early ’70s. The revised version fuses its basketball roots with today’s urban fashion look. They’re available in orange, gray, black, blue and come in lo-tops, too. PRO-Keds Royal Plus sneakers, $100, revolveclothing.com

McSteamy

If you travel regularly then surely you know the value of a steamer. No matter how neatly you fold your clothes into that travel bag, they’ll inevitably come out a wrinkled mess. Rowenta’s Ultra Steam Steambrush comes with a travel pouch, hanging loop and removable lint pad. Au revoir, wrinkles. Rowenta Ultra Steam Steambrush, $49.99, Kohl’s

Good Read

Want to lose 10 pounds fast? We’re not talking about the latest pill, diet or needle injection, either. Charla Krupp’s new book, “How to Never Look Fat Again!,” shows you all the insider tips to dressing your way to a smaller size. Body shapes and problem areas (back fat, muffin tops, etc.) all get addressed here. “How to Never Look Fat Again!,” $26.99, Borders

Most Def

Hi-definition TV has changed everything. Makeup artists now have the challenge of making their subjects look flawless under a camera that sees six times closer than the naked eye. Make Up For Ever’s HD Complexion line was created special for these artists. It’s been so effective in providing coverage and looking natural, the brand decided to make it available to everyone. Make Up For Ever HD Microfinish Blush, $25, Sephora

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