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Posts for June 14th 2010
Puffy eyes happen to us all. The good news is that you don't have to resort to Cousin It hairstyles to make it through your day. My favorite way to help depuff eyes pronto is a trick I learned from makeup artist Brett Freedman. As crazy as it sounds, Brett suggests keeping spoons in the freezer to use as mini cold compresses. When used on the eyes, the coolness helps to not only take down the puff, but refresh the senses, as well. A depuffing eye cream, along with some lighter-toned concealer blended into any dark areas, will finish the job.
Do you have some of your own advice to share on how to get rid of puffed-up eyes? Tell us your tips in the comments below, and be sure to hit up the aforementioned BellaSugar Q and A group if you would like to submit some questions of your own. We might feature your question right here on Bella.
"With the recent reports suggesting a possible link between skin cancer and a common chemical found in sunscreens, the FDA must act now to protect consumers in New York and across the nation... Summer is here, people are soaking up the sun, and the FDA needs to immediately provide guidance and reassurance to consumers."
The studies have been completed for a year, but the FDA has yet to issue its ruling. Do you agree with Sen. Schumer that the FDA ought to move faster, or do you think more information might be needed?
Most models work for many years in hopes of landing a cosmetics contract, but Constance Jablonski has defied the odds. After only two years of modeling, the 19-year-old has become Estée Lauder's first French brand ambassador, joining the ranks of superstars like Hilary Rhoda and Elizabeth Hurley. After meeting her at the Plaza Athénée in Paris, it's easy to see why she's having an amazing career. Yes, she's gorgeous, but she's also lovely, intelligent, charming, and grateful for the opportunities that have come her way. For the first part of our interview, in which Constance talks about her new role and her secret to great skin, keep reading.
Cat Deeley is not only a stylish TV personality, but she's now also a designer! She's back hosting So You Think You Can Dance on Fox in addition to launching a fabulous new jewelry line called Modern Vintage, which hits QVC on June 18. To celebrate her new collection, one lucky reader will win signature pieces from her line by entering our CelebStyle giveaway. Simply create a look (or two!) in our Create the Look Community Group that's reminiscent of Cat's impeccable street style or something you'd imagine her wearing on SYTYCD.
If you're not already a member of the community, click here, then join our Create the Look group and show us your Cat-inspired style. While there, check out all the great looks from our last Create the Look giveaway, where a lucky reader won accessories worn by Jennifer Lopez from The Back-up Plan. Our winner will be chosen at random, not based on our favorite look, so have fun with it. Check out the official rules here. Good luck!
From Hayden Panettiere's sleek crop to Renee Zellweger's tousled version, longer, blonder pixies are having a moment. Now, let's count into the bunch Cate Blanchett, who debuted this asymmetrical style at the Tony Awards last night. With one side sweeping over her face and the other cut closely to her head shape, it's a look that's reminiscent of Rihanna's famous shorn-on-the-side 'do. Cate's version is a bit more tame, but it still has a few edgy elements. What do you think of her new look?
Summer means a few changes to your beauty regimen: up the ante on the sunscreen level, choose a lighter fragrance to wear on hot nights out, and reach for the bronzer. Decades ago, though, the shift in seasons sent women running for the sun with baby oil in hand. Check out these vintage beauty ads to find out how far our thinking has come.