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POSTED: Thursday, December 18, 2008

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Scent of a man

Something' in the air and it's the new scent of a man as marketers seem to be on a mission to bathe him in scents of his favorite food and beverages. Try not to ingest:

Burger King Corp. has come up with FLAME by BK, a new body spray said to "feature the scent of seduction with the hint of flame-broiled meat." It's available online at http://www.firemeetsdesire.com, for $3.99.

Lush, at Ala Moana and Royal Hawaiian centers, is offering Cynthia Sylvia Stout (beer) shampoo ($17.95), made from a recipe including organic Irish stout and lemons, as well as Gold Frankincense & Beer Shower Jelly ($25 per pound), with the scent of cinnamon, black pepper, clove, mandarin juice and orange oil to stimulate circulation and the senses.

ZIRH has introduced a Cocktail Bar Collection with the scent of Cucumber Martini, Sake Bomb, Hurricane, Screwdriver and Long Island Iced Tea - inspired by popular drinks so men can drink in the scents of citrus, cucumber, lemongrass, passionfruit and lychee while detoxifying and exfoliating. The best thing is the scents may also help rid you of any holiday party hangover. The 5.3-ounce bars are $15 each or $60 for all five bars at http://www.zirh.com.

 

OluKai benefit to help lifeguards

OluKai Footwear will be introducing its 'Ohana benefit and products at Nordstrom Ala Moana's first-floor men's shoes department, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. There will be complimentary pupus from noon to 2 p.m., and an OluKai gift with purchase of OluKai 'Ohana slippers.

OluKai is the official footwear of the Hawaiian Lifeguard Association and donates proceeds form the sale of the OluKai "Kia'i" slipper to support the Junior Lifeguard Programs throughout the state. The OluKai 'Ohana Giveback Program also helps people working to preserve, create and enjoy Hawaiian culture.

At the event, meet members of the OluKai 'Ohana including Rabbit Kekai of the Rabbit Kekai Foundation; Archie Kalepa, Jim Howe and Makaha lifeguard Bouvey Bradbury, recipient of the Red Cross In Line of Duty Hero Award of the Hawaiian Lifeguard Association; Marvin Otsuji, Katie Otsuji, Lauren Bartlett and Team OluKai Kamakakoa, part of the Hawaiian Sailing Canoe Association, whose mission is to learn, revive, educate and practice ancient Hawaiian skills and values as they relate to sailing canoes and the Hawaiian culture.

The newest members of the OluKai Ohana are elite paddlers Kai and Lauren Bartlett, who recently founded Hoe Wa'a O Hawaii to mentor and promote outrigger canoe paddling among youth in Hawaii.

 

Growing Nest gets down to pampering

The Growing Nest will be hosting a holiday party from 6 to 9 p.m. today featuring free minispa hand and foot treatments by Kristin Wood and Kari Mukawa, minimassages by Lani Eckhart, a meet-and-greet with obstetrician/gynecologist Dr. Angela Pratt, and $30 gift certificates from Kupono Learning Center to the first moms or women who attend. Enjoy complimentary refreshments while using a VIP shopping pass for 20 percent discounts in the store.

The event marks the start of a Mommy and Daughter Jewelry Show continuing through Dec. 21, and a portion of tonight's proceeds will be donated to the Kapiolani Health Foundation.

The Growing Nest is at Ward Warehouse. Call 591-9811.

 

MORE DA KINE

Winner gets organized office

One local charity has a chance to get organized—literally—in the new year, with the help of the Hawaii Association of Professional Organizers.

To celebrate National Get Organized Month in January, the group is offering an office makeover to a nonprofit organization. A team of professional organizers will visit the nonprofit, create an organizing plan and spend a day working with the staff on a makeover. Organizing supplies will be provided by 1 Hot Garage, Systemcenter and Esselte Corp.

For an application visit http://www.hapoonline.org. Deadline to apply is tomorrow. E-mail .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

 

 

Holiday events rerun on 'Olelo TV

So many holiday events, so little time.

If you can't get to many of the community events of the season, you can still share in the spirit, via your television. 'Olelo Community Television is broadcasting coverage of the Honolulu City Lights event and the Kaneohe Christmas Parade beginning this weekend.

The City Lights tree-lighting, parade and entertainment air at 10:30 a.m. Saturday on Channel 52. The parade airs at 11 p.m. Monday. Both broadcasts repeat through Jan. 1 on Channels 52 and 49.