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Even if the typical festival style isn't your thing (Manic Panic and the like), Summer beauty inspiration of all sorts can be found at the fields of Lollapalooza in Chicago. You'll find complicated braids and nail designs, bright lip hues, and headbands aplenty when you click through our beauty street-style gallery. We challenge you to find ways to wear these festival looks in your town, and make sure to check out the fashion trends spotted at Lolla, too.
There were plenty of gorgeous beauty looks on the fairgrounds of Lollapalooza, but in addition to the musicians and artists, celebrities were out and about for the festival, too. The CK One Color Music Lounge hosted performers like Eve and Rosco Bandana along with stars like Camilla Belle, Shenae Grimes, and AnnaSophia Robb.
Makeup artist Hung Vanngo created Camilla Belle's custom look, which he described as a "playful pop of color." To achieve this effect, Vanngo added a touch of warm peach and bronzed tones with CK One Color's Cream + Powder Blush Duo in Fun ($25) on the complexion. "We went for a softer eye using the Double Ended Eyeliner in Candy/Poison ($17), and finished off with a bright and playful pop of color using our Pure Color Lipstick in Wow ($16)." And for her signature bold brows, Vanngo used the Brow Pencil + Gel Duo in Crafty Raven ($22) to fill in and define, making for a pretty, polished feel.
There's big hair, and then there's big hair. For the September 2013 issue of O, The Oprah Magazine, Oprah Winfrey dons an impressive three-and-a-half-pound wig on the cover. "I wish I could say it was all mine. In fact, though, it's borrowed. And it feels like carrying around an extra head," Oprah explained. The Kim Kimble wig was reportedly shipped to the photo shoot in bubble wrap and was dubbed Wild Thang by Oprah. Styled by Oprah's longtime hairdresser, Andre Walker, the oversize hairpiece was utilized to highlight the issue's theme of everything you wanted to know about hair, including advice on handling common styling issues. Oprah has had a bevy of hairstyles over the years, but this one ranks up there among the most memorable.
Join host Becca Frucht and entertainment editors Tara Block and Laura Meyers for our LIVE finale viewing party for The Bachelorette this Monday, Aug. 5 at 7:30 P.M. EDT / 4:30 P.M. PDT, and watch with us! Tune in for a look back at the season's most memorable moments plus games and highlights that feature our favorite contestants!
If you're still tapping your feet, waiting to break out your bold lipstick hues, quit waiting! If Amanda Seyfried and Lily Collins are any indication, now is the perfect time to bust out your blood-red hues . . . as long as you know how to wear them. Instead of the intensely smoky eyes that usually accompany bold lips in the Fall, both ladies opted for barely-there shadow and bottom-heavy eyeliner. Amanda smudged a metallic bronze beneath her lower lash line, while Lily opted for a classic black.
Keeping with the balancing act, both ladies swept a subtle shadow on their lids, which opened their eyes up just enough. Finally, both Amanda and Lily donned their version of a bold brow. Balance is the key to acing this look now. So as long as you keep that in mind, there's no reason to neglect the vampy hues of Fall for a second longer.
The easiest way to test-drive one of Fall's hottest trends? Pull a Kerry Washington and take it out on your nails. The actress stepped out over the weekend sporting a fun, funky geometric manicure. With nails painted pale pink and rimmed in red, Kerry matched her manicure to her dress flawlessly.
The geometric look is one of the cooler nail trends to welcome this Fall, and there are plenty of ways to try it. Don't have a steady hand for a design like Kerry's? Some strategically placed tape can help you achieve an easy triangular manicure that will have you right on-trend for the upcoming season. You'll be welcoming the cooler temps with open arms.
Jennifer Aniston showed off her flawless complexion in a no-makeup moment captured by her longtime stylist, Chris McMillan. McMillan, the man responsible for Jennifer's famous "The Rachel" layered coif, shared this no-frills snap on his Instagram feed, adding: "Best #friends #no makeup #girl-time."
It's no wonder Jennifer's complexion is glowing. Not only is she the spokeswoman for Aveeno, but the 44-year-old keeps her body in check with a regular workout regimen and positive outlook on life. We'll definitely have what she's having.
Pimples under the surface of the skin, especially on or around the chin, can be painful, annoying, and just plain stubborn. Making a hot compress to apply to the problem area is a great way to bring a pimple to a head, but sometimes it's just not enough. Find out how to get that pimple out fast below.
- Tea bag compress: Not only can a warm tea bag help bring the pimple to the surface, but also, the tannins within, particularly in black tea, help reduce redness and swelling.
- Patch work: This bit of advice comes from Dr. Adrienne Denese. Simply dab hydrocortisone cream on the infected area and cover with a Band-Aid. This at-home remedy will also assist in taking down inflammation.
- If you must . . . If you have a whitehead that's reached the surface and you must "pop" it, then start by wrapping tissues around both forefingers for sanitary purposes. Then, don't pop, but squeeze; you don't want to push the bacteria deeper into the skin. Once the pimple has been extracted, resist the urge to touch it, and treat with an antibacterial cream or medicated pimple spot treatment.
- If it's not surfacing: Ask you doctor about your options. A cortisone shot might just be right for you.