Inside Renata Pavam's Dance Bag The Goods Advil, leg warmers, calf warmer, ACE bandage (for her ankle or wrapping ice around her calf), black slippers, tape, foot roller, Second Skin, Nivea body spray, dish towels, lipstick, Theraband, homeopathic pellets (for nerves), necklace (for luck), five pairs of pointe shoes, ballet music cassette, accessory bag (with floss for sewing, box cutter, ribbon, elastic, scissors, Band-Aids, Icy Hot).
I Feel Pretty – Cosmetic Bag: With this cosmetic tote you’ll be singing “I Feel Pretty” just like Maria in West Side Story as you bounce out onto the stage. This lovely satin bag will hold everything you need for your next performance or competition. With tons of pockets everywhere. Hang it up with your costumes so your stuff doesn’t spill out all over the place. The U-shaped opening allows you to see inside easily. $22 http://www.covetdance.com/shop/i-feel-pretty-cosmetic-bag/
Tricia Albertson's Dance Bag The Goods Packable bag (“It folds up into itself, which is awesome”), iPod, pointe shoes, sewing supplies, superglue, Advil, energy bars, Be Free Where You Are, tennis balls, Music for Ballet Class CD, Flip video camera, trash bag hip warmers, hand sanitizer, leotard, deodorant, makeup, sunglasses, makeup sponges, Emergen-C, Traumeel
Upcycled Altoids container = Bun Box for dance hair.
Inside L.A. Ballet principal Allynne Noelle's dance bag. Photo by Rose Eichenbaum.
Review: Foot Rubz Foot Massage Ball For those of you on a budget but still seeking a relaxing foot massage, the Foot Rubz Foot Massage Ball delivers. This simple to use massage ball delivers a quick and relaxing foot massage and is particularly great to use after sporting activities.
ADIDAS BY STELLA MCCARTNEY: PART TWO
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