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Posts for May 12th 2010
Zelana met with La Prairie's beauty expert to talk about the essentials to have on hand on your wedding day to prevent any last-minute beauty blunders. Watch our video to hear her tips on what you should have on the big day in case of emergency.
What do you think? Is this a good match, or do celebrity spokespeople even matter when you're buying makeup?
The big, smudgy, smoky eye has become a fixture for lovelies like Kristen Bell on the red carpet over the past few months, and it would be a great sexy eye look for a night out if it weren't for one thing — the fallout.
If you've had chronic trouble with eyeliner and shadow creeping down your face as the night wears on, you know how badly wrong a dramatic eye look can go. That's why I've assembled a few tips for a foolproof smudgy smoky eye that will stay in place no matter how late it is or how much dancing you're doing. To find out how to do it, just keep reading.
Enter Asclera. Thanks to a recent FDA approval of this injectable drug, there's another minimally invasive treatment option available come next month. Asclera, aka polidocanol, has been used successfully in Europe for years and is lauded for its impressive safety record. The drug, which is approved to treat the tiniest of spider veins up to bulging veins of three millimeters, has also been known to have fewer side effects, like temporary discoloration, ulceration, or open sores.
Veins, which can be quite painful in some circumstances, are typically more of a cosmetic problem than anything else. Have you ever had treatments done for veins before, and if not, would you consider having something done? Tell us about it in the comments below.
Amanda Seyfried arrived on the red carpet for her new movie Letters to Juliet last night wearing one of the big, messy fishtail braids that the long-haired and glamorous are favoring in Hollywood these days. But just a few weeks before at the Mother and Child premiere, she wore a classic, understated French braid. They were both pretty styles but totally different takes on the look. Which one do you think she pulled off better?
This reminds me of the age-old question, "Which came first; the chicken or the egg?" While there is no one right or wrong answer, get my thoughts on the topic — and be sure to share yours in the comments — when you read more.