'Booty Parlor' Attracts Celebrities

Good Charlotte's Joel Madden looks at lingerie by Booty Parlor
Booty Parlor
Sometime before the Denise Richards and Richie Sambora scandal hit newsstands, Richards made a very important purchase from a place called Booty Parlor.

According to husband and wife entrepreneurs Charlie and Dana Myers, the actress, who was newly split from husband Charlie Sheen, purchased the "Break-Up Kit," which is complete with signature body shimmer and "I'm So Sexy" lip gloss, which they sell via their Web site.

The Los Angeles-based company is sort of like an online beauty parlor, but instead of supplying hair products, women and men can browse for body treats, sexy lingerie and other adult playthings.

The Myers' established the online store in 2005 and have developed quite a celebrity following. Angelina Jolie, Eva Longoria, Britney Spears, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Marcia Cross and Demi Moore are all fans, according to Booty Parlor.

The brand has become so popular that Myers has partnered with Victoria's Secret stores, which will begin carrying their products in the fall. Booty Parlor provides a wide range of pampering supplies such as edible bronzers, bubble bath, bachelorette and bridesmaid kits, chocolate body fondues and scented candles.

Richards isn't the only fan of the Parlor's "I'm So Sexy" lip gloss: reps for the store say that celebrity couple Cameron Diaz and Justin Timberlake just can't get enough of the peppermint pink or cinnamon flavors.
By Amy Bonawitz