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Posts for July 23rd 2010
Celebrity makeup artist Beau Nelson has worked with Gossip Girl’s Blake Lively and Taylor Momsen, as well as Twilight saga star Kristen Stewart. Watch our video to hear how he gets her prepped on the fly - changing her looks from red carpet premieres to talk show appearances with only a handful of products needed!
BellaTV chats with celebrity makeup artist Beau Nelson, who has worked with Gossip Girl’s Blake Lively and Taylor Momsen, to hear which products he loves to use on Twilight saga star Kristen Stewart. Check out our video for more on what it’s like working with Kristen on the red carpet and the makeup tips he’s given her over the years.
Ashlee Simpson debuted a new hair color last night at an event celebrating Neil Lane's new bridal collection for Kay Jewelers. The ombré effect is becoming one of the season's biggest color trends, and Ashlee gave us the scoop on why she made the change. Watch now!
Most recently, I tried Infusion Organique's Açaí Rain fragrance ($35), which is made with organic sugarcane-derived alcohol, certified organic açaí extract, and organic orange oil. (It's also paraben- and sulfate-free). From the ingredients you might expect something tropical and fruity, but what it actually smells like is a tart, light tea rose that's exactly the right weight for hot days. It's also not hippie dippy in the least, lest you worry that organic means smelling like patchouli and 1969, and would actually be more appropriate for a tea party than a drum circle.
Dr. Fredric Brandt (yep, that Dr. Brandt) participated in the study and was pleased with what he saw, saying that the gel "represents a natural evolution in the treatment regimen, which will appeal to a whole new segment of patients." The treatment is supposed to be especially good for people with crow's feet or hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) because the multiple injections required to treat both areas often cause bruising and discomfort. Do you think a topical gel would be a hit?