- Look back at pictures from 2010
- Psst! Chanel's new polish shades are $5 cheaper here
- The hottest make-out pics from 2010 TV
- Your favorite home accessory store of 2010
- The New Year's Eve bag to have!
- What's your gym's biggest shortcoming?
- Everything you need to know about champagne
- The power of a handwritten note
- Don't text while you drive, use these tips instead
- The best kid trends of the year
- Do your cats enjoy the snow?
- Your hottest of the hot celebrities
Posts for December 29th 2010
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Don't know how this one initially slipped under our radar, but here's Taylor Momsen's video spot for John Galliano's latest fragrance, Parlez-Moi D'Amour. And though my inner grumpy mom doesn't understand why this 17-year-old can't just find some pants already, I have to admit, the end result is a lot softer than what I expected. The background music is by Taylor's band, The Pretty Reckless, and director Ellen Von Unwerth gives the whole thing a sensual look. In case you missed it, here's Taylor's beauty evolution; you'll be surprised by how much she's changed.
Over the last few weeks, we've asked Bella readers to vote on what made 2010 a great year for beauty and which new products got the job done. Now, we've tallied up the ballots and we're ready to declare winners in 10 categories — everything from the year's best mascara to its top celebrity trendsetter. Ready to see what people have loved over the past 12 months? Read on.
Once upon a time, MAC teamed up with Disney for a limited-edition collection. Rumors swirled about Venomous Villains before its September launch, and the cartoon-adorned goods disappeared almost immediately after hitting counters. Disney aficionados and color devotees alike queued up to grab makeup inspired by Dr. Facilier, Maleficent, the Evil Queen, and Cruella de Vil — and whether they wanted green glitter or subdued hues, there was something for everyone. Like our readers, we loved the packaging, concept, and end result of this pairing. The only puzzle in our mind: Dr. Facilier's Magically Cool powder ($29.50) is just about the only thing that hasn't sold out. The cool-to-the-touch liquid highlighting powder is one of the most innovative products we touched all year.