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Posts for May 28th 2010
Hopefully, this weekend you'll be having tons of fun in the sun, whether you're barbecuing with friends, taking a trip to the beach, relaxing poolside, or just chilling with a good book in the park. But while you're out there, remember not to skimp on sunscreen. Now that we've got longer, sunnier days, that also means more UVB, which causes sunburns and can lead to skin cancer. Neither one of those is a good thing, and there's nothing worse than coming back from a clambake looking like a lobster. (And even if you aren't fair-skinned, your skin soaks up UV rays. Everybody needs sunblock.)
So go out, have an amazing time, and reapply every couple hours if you're in direct sun. And remember—a hat and a light, long-sleeved shirt can be very fashionable lifesavers. I'll be wearing a big-brimmed, retro number all weekend, and I fully expect to emerge cool, calm, and with a mercifully unburned scalp. Take care of yourself, and have a veggie burger for me.
Sex and the City 2 is finally out in theaters — Buzz's review is out, our tickets are bought, and we're ready to sit back and watch the movie! As we prepare to relax with our girlfriends over Memorial Day, here's a look back at some of the highlights from all our SATC 2 coverage across the network. From fashion to interiors to just tons of photos of all the women, check out some of our very favorite posts about the famous fab four!
- Fab gathered the glam looks of the Sex and the City 2 clothes and had an exclusive chat with wardrobe designer Pat Field about her picks for the movie!
- Geek revealed that Carrie is keeping her Mac but Samantha is taking her HP Mini on their journey and has hot gadget suggestions for the Fab four
- Buzz wants to know if you can tell the TV show from the movie and asks the eternal question of Mr. Big vs. Aidan
- Yum made our mouths water with 10 food trends SATC made famous and a special cocktail for the film
- Bella's quizzing your SATC beauty memory and shows us what the women really looked like in the '80s as well as their characters' hair evolutions
- Très looked at 20 old flames from the series, famous relationship quotes, and friendship lessons from the girls
- Lil has exclusive details on Charlotte's daughters' room decorations and tests your knowledge of SATC's babies
- Casa has the scoop on the movie's sexy interiors straight from the designer and a closer look at all the decor
- Savvy has life lessons straight from the SATC women and wants to know which of the foursome has the coolest career?
- Fit takes a look at Carrie, Miranda, Charlotte, and Samantha's workouts through the years but points out not all their habits are healthy
He's recently painted the nails of Victoria Beckham and Beyoncé, and now Chanel manicurist Tom Bachik is sharing the must-have polish colors of the season. Find out more when you watch the latest installment of BellaTV!
"Women always ask me, 'How can I get that healthy-looking glow?' Well, the answer is start from within," she told WWD. While I wasn't such a fan of Nestlé's Glowelle ($28-$89), Carmindy says the results were good enough to make her ditch her bimonthly facials.
Have you tried Glowelle, or would you consider making the Carmindy-endorsed purchase?
Due in stores this July, the fruity floral fragrance ($35-$60) has an unusual collection of notes: cucumber flower, mandarin, freesia, jasmine, pink water lily, creme brulee, cedarwood, bleached sandalwood, and marshmallow. WWD reports that unlike Coach's earlier scents, Poppy won't launch exclusively at the brand's boutiques. Instead, it'll roll out at department stores for bigger distribution. Think you'll be interested in this bouquet?
It's easy to do on any length hair, as long as you have slightly wavy strands, but also works wonderfully for those with super curly strands, too. Start off by applying a firm hold curl-enhancing gel to hair that's still slightly wet. I like Wella Hypercurl ($22), as it gives just the right amount of texture, but without the crunchy results. Then, break out the diffuser — a necessary styling tool that will soften your hairstyle, all while preventing frizz.
For a bit more customization, you can wrap individual strands around your finger to help give the curl more definition. But if you have barely-there waves like me, try scrunching and squishing hair into the diffuser.
Jake Gyllenhaal Shares Shirtless Secrets and Makes Birthday Dreams Come True: I'm a Huge Fan! Part 3
Jake Gyllenhaal knows how to make a birthday girl feel special! We've seen our winner travel to LA, get put up in style, and undergo her amazing makeover — now it's time for her big moment with Jake on the finale of I'm a Huge Fan! Amanda started feeling butterflies as she entered the theater to meet Jake, but he instantly put her at ease with his smile and adorable sense of humor. She sat down for a one-on-one interview where he touted his singing skills — though he doesn't have a go-to Karaoke song — revealed how much he loved the kissing scene, and said it was harder to maintain his hair than his muscles. Next, the two headed down to present Prince of Persia to the crowd of Sugar readers. Jake once again pulled out the charm, presenting Amanda with a birthday cake and leading a rendition of "Happy Birthday." As he left, he ran back in to tease us one more time about taking off his shirt, but in the end you're just going to have to see Prince of Persia for that. As Jake says, "any good woman needs to be wooed," and he certainly captured our hearts throughout I'm a Huge Fan! — enjoy!
In case you missed parts one and two — the big reveal and the makeover — watch them when you read more
Generally speaking, if you're blonde go one to two shades darker than your hair color; brunettes should go one to two shades lighter; and if you're a redhead, picking the right intensity and tone is key.
If you're blessed with raven-toned locks, however, a coordinating deep black eyebrow product can not only look too severe, but can add a starkness to the complexion as well. Instead, dark-haired beauties, smoke up. Think shades of charcoal, soft black, gray, almost black, and even mahogany, deep taupe, or dark brown. Better yet? Customize your shade with a multihued palette, like Brow Powder Duo in Ebony ($22).