Anne Hathaway scored an Oscar for best supporting actress looking radiant in a makeup palette consisting of petal-pink lips and flicked-out eyeliner. Chanel celebrity makeup artist Kate Lee not only made up Anne for the big show but also transformed her look quickly, using only eyeliner, for the Vanity Fair Oscars afterparty. Learn how to re-create both looks, step by step, in today's Celebrity Secret Weapon and if you're ready to try the full look yourself you can get all the products at Chanel.com. On Kirbie: BCBG Max Azria.
Model and It girl Cara Delevingne, who was named Vogue's model of the year for 2013, has landed her first fragrance campaign as the face of Burberry Body Tender. The fragrance, which is available in Burberry brick-and-mortar stores as well as online starting today, contains notes of lemon, English rose, and white jasmine to create a relaxed, playful experience.
For a fragrance like this, picking Delevingne was a no-brainer. "Cara's natural beauty and vibrant energy lit up alongside magnificent architecture," Christopher Bailey, chief creative officer for Burberry, said of the fragrance's video. Delevingne is a Burberry regular by now; she appeared in her first Burberry campaign in 2011 and has walked the runway and lent her visage to a number of the brand's campaigns since. Watch the full ad below!
March marks the official beginning of Spring, which means it's time to welcome warmer weather and update your beauty routine. We're dishing on the new launches that have taken up residence in our makeup bags and bathroom counters and tried-and-true classics that have proven themselves time after time. So, go on and swipe some Mad Men color on your cheeks, try a new polish on your nails, spritz on something fresh, and salvage your skin and hair from Winter havoc with this month's top beauty picks.
- The best crops for all types of curly hair — Allure
- The case for giving your stylist full control of your haircut — HuffPost Style
- Numéro speaks out about its controversial editorial spread — Styleite
- How women in India are using their long nails as self-defense — The Cut
- Foolproof eyeliners to make cat-eye application a breeze — Real Simple
- Homemade hair masks that get the job done — The Fashion Spot
- The Spring fragrances you need to know about — Beauty High
- Six steps to the perfect Spring chignon — Refinery29
- Happy birthday, Justin Bieber! Try his swoop hairstyle on for size — InStyle
- The doctor's answer to your hangnail questions — YouBeauty
We may still be dressed in Winter layers, but today marks the beginning of March, which means Spring is not too far off. Before it's even time to make that exciting wardrobe switch, though, it's time to get your skin in tip-top shape . . . from the neck down. Tocca Nourishing Body Scrub in Stella ($32) is the perfect way to indulge your skin with gentle sugar crystals to slough away the dull, dry skin that has accumulated over the Winter. Plus, olive, safflower and grape seed oils work to nourish and hydrate your skin, all while leaving a delicate trace of the warm, sexy scent of blood orange, sheer musk, and sandalwood combined.
Just because the weather is changing doesn't mean your moisturizing regimen should. Real Beauty has rounded up the best body butters to keep you soft and supple from head to toe — even as the temperature rises.
Whether you have dry skin or just fancy a good scent, a hydrating cream should be a part of your beauty arsenal. We've hunted down the best of bunch to keep your bod soothed and smooth all day long!
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Look to Michelle Williams if you're struggling to grow out a close-cropped pixie. While she's been well-known for her short-sheared style, Michelle is in the midst of growing it out and sported her longer layers at the Oz the Great and Powerful London premiere last night. The asymmetrical bangs and tucked-back sides are the ideal in-between look for growing out the undercut trend from last year. We'll be keeping an eye on Michelle's progression for more grown-out hairstyles, but what do you think of her overgrown cut at this stage?
There is simply nothing redeeming about a blustering March day — the bracing wind slaps you in the face, cracking your lips instantly, while cold tears trickle down your cheeks, making your skin even more dry and chapped. Fun times. In order to prevent my already-sensitive and reactive skin from becoming a bigger drama queen, I follow these simple rules: 1) Put all my foaming face cleansers (foaming can be drying) in a drawer and replace them with cream-based cleansers. 2) Rule number one applies to the body, too! Look for a rich, creamy bodywash like Dove Sensitive Skin Nourishing Body Wash, which will leave your skin soothed and hydrated and get rid of the dreaded Winter itchies. 3) For a midday refresher to battle the blaring dry indoor heat, keep a mineral water spray or alcohol-free toner at your desk and spray throughout the day as needed. It actually refreshes your makeup and hydrates!
Fragrant oils have long been used throughout history, but leave it to the French to transform the art of perfumery into what it is today. From many raw materials being grown in the fields of Grasse to Coco Chanel's first-ever fragrance, French perfumes have made their mark in pop culture. In tribute to Paris Fashion Week, we're taking a look back at vintage perfume ads of some of the most iconic French fragrances.