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Posts for October 22nd 2010
Down Under, there's quite the ruckus going on right now about Hot Cuts, a salon that offers cuts, hair massages, and beard trims from comely topless stylists. In the extremely funny (and not altogether SFW) news report below, the staff and clientele all seem pretty nonplussed, if a little kooky. No word on when they're going to get topless hunks in to do highlights, but check out the clip below to kick off the weekend with a laugh:
It's Japan Fashion Week, time for the designers of Tokyo to get together and show the rest of the world what they've got. The styles are always over the top, the mood festive, and the beauty way more fun than some of the more staid weeks (*cough* Milan *cough cough*). The party's not over yet, but so much wild stuff has already come down the ramps that I just had to show it off. I've put together 10 of the wildest (and sometimes loveliest) looks from the runways. So to see how they do it in Nippon, just click through.
If you're looking for a last minute Halloween costume, one quick way to spice up your look easily is to add fake eyelashes. We've picked a variety of drugstore options: NYX, Fright Night, Fantasy Makers, and Ardell Cleopatra lashes. Watch our video to find out how to put on fake eyelashes for Halloween or year-round!
No one seems to have any problems when a woman of a certain age cuts her hair off. It is considered the appropriate thing to do, as if being shorn is a way of releasing oneself from the locks of the past. I can see the appeal, and have, at times in my life, gone that route. Some women want to wash the men (or jobs) right out of their hair. Others of us have to have at them with scissors. Again, I do not judge. Go right ahead, be a 60-year-old pixie. So why do people judge middle-aged long hair so harshly?
But do they? It seems as though long, graying hair is more celebrated than mocked. Then again, I'm not yet middle-aged, so I can't speak from experience. Or maybe it's a generational thing, because lots of people my age find long hair attractive on older women. What do you think? Is hair length controversial on women of a certain age?
This adorable kraken came straight out of the sea for your Halloween enjoyment. Awesomely named face painting artist Lone Wolf Kirkegaard created this cutie-pie octopus in just a few minutes free handing with face paint (she says using acrylic paint on faces is a big no-no). It's super cute, and perfect if you've got a little time and someone to paint with. Just click through to see how it all came together — and stay tuned, because we have some great face painting tutorials coming up.
Photos courtesy Lone Wolf Kirkegaard
The collection, dubbed You by Denise Richards, is being developed in collaboration with celebrity stylist Cristophe. He's the owner of five salons throughout the country and the creator of Cristophe hair products (which can be found at CVS). "She is a woman who represents, well, the woman today. She has children and she works. And she has some ideas about hair care that, as a professional, I have never thought about," Cristophe explained to WWD.
While Denise says she'll be directly involved with the brand's formulations and packaging, there's no word on the cost of the line or where exactly it will be sold. Will you give You by Denise Richards a try?