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Posts for May 10th 2010
The creators say the scents are designed to "describe the dark sides of men's nature," which sounds like it would make for some very dirty, sexy, and dangerous scents. Plus, the packaging is gorgeous. I can imagine what de Sade probably smells like — leather, pain — but would you be interested in catching a whiff of any of these scents?
If you're considering creating your own wedding hairstyle, we've got some awesome professional help for you. Avon Global Stylist Advisor Tippi Shorter has given us full breakdowns on how to get some timeless bridal styles on your own. For this installment, she's given us easy steps for creating the demure side-parted ballerina bun. So to find out how, just keep reading.
Recently, Ashley Judd wore a bevy of oversized orchids in her hair at the White House Correspondents' Dinner. It's a bold and gorgeous look, and since I have floral hair accessories on the mind, I explored some photo archives to look for more. Let's go back in time and see if you can figure out what other stars have gone for the gusto with their larger-than-life floral hair accessories.
- Method 1: Apply a darker foundation or concealer to the side with pronounced bend. Next, apply a lighter shade of foundation on the opposite side. Blend well, and keep your lines straight to give the illusion of symmetry.
- Method 2: Apply a creamy highlighter straight down the bridge of the nose. This technique helps reflect light away from any unevenness.
- Method 3: To soften a bump, apply a darker shade of foundation right onto the bump and blend. Diffuse the bump ever further by applying a lighter shade of foundation on each side of the bump from the top of the nose down to the nostrils.
- Other tips and tricks: Avoid too-dark lipstick, which can draw attention to the center of the face. Also, consider parting your hair to the side. If you have nose that goes crooked on the left side, create a part that falls to the right, for instance.
The world lost a legend last night. Lena Horne died in New York at the age of 92. Known for her elegance, talent, and style, Horne was a star of both the film and music worlds. We're re-posting our earlier tribute in her memory.
Born in 1917 in Brooklyn, Horne was dancing and singing in the famous Cotton Club at the age of 16. By the 1940s, she was the country's highest-paid African-American actress, starring in ﬁlms such as Stormy Weather and Cabin in the Sky. Her career didn't come without a struggle, though; Horne was largely given secondary roles because of her skin color, and because non-whites weren't allowed to live in Hollywood, a white friend had to sign the lease on her home there. (When neighbors balked, Humphrey Bogart helped Horne combat their bigotry.) In her screen tests at MGM, Horne’s skin photographed so lightly that studio executives went hired cosmetics legend Max Factor to create a makeup line for her called “Egyptian Tan” so that she would appear darker onscreen.
Throughout her life, she was a civil rights activist, working closely with the NAACP and joining the historic March on Washington in 1963. It's rumored that Alicia Keys will star in a biopic on Horne's life with Oprah Winfrey producing.
Check out a video of the stunning beauty singing her signature song when you read more
Using SPF is a no brainer, but before you splurge on that expensive sunscreen, consider buying drugstore brands as well. There's a simple reason why it's smart to love the cheapies as much as you might love Chanel. This is a summer tip-off you won’t want to miss!