Posts for September 9th 2010
- Naked Eye Soft & Sexy Eye Shadow Collection — A palette of matte neutrals and soft shimmer eye shadows.
- Two Glamour Glosses — Lip glosses with a natural plumping and cooling action.
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David and Victoria Beckham are a sexy couple, and now they're using that chemistry as a marketing tool for their new his-and-hers fragrance duo, Intimately Yours. In the commercial, though, things get a little hot and heavy, with Posh and her mister having an implied quickie in an elevator. The two stars play the sexy scene for laughs, but it's not the sort of ad that gets a TV-PG rating. Watch it and decide for yourself: are the couple cheeky and hot, or is this clip inappropriate for wider audiences?
With young stars like Anna Paquin, Demi Lovato, and model Lara Stone wearing their diastema (the dental term for a gap) proudly, apparently some people like the look so much they're having a gap put in their teeth to add to their sex appeal. Putting aside the fact that declaring a part of someone's body to be "cool" or not is kind of absurd in the first place, do you think we'll all be wearing faux gaps in a few years' time, or will a gap-toothed smile remain a pretty, but relatively unique, feature?
"Whip My Hair" is the first musical effort from Will Smith's daughter, Willow. (Seriously, what can this family not do?) Besides being adorable, it also advocates that we whip our "hair back and forth" when confronted with haters. As someone who has, on occasion, been known to whip her bangs around to punctuate statements, I'd be happy to see this song hit the top of the charts. But is hair whipping the sort of thing you engage in, or are Willow and I alone in our love of the activity? Listen to the precocious song and let me know what you think:
- The top eight sleek hairstyles — Daily Makeover
- Find your perfect shade of lipstick for your skin color — InStyle
- What do you think of Ben Affleck's salt-and-pepper hair? — People StyleWatch
- Six sensational SPF day creams — FabSugar UK
- How to grow out your bangs — MTV Style
- Eight beauty looks from the streets of NYC — Refinery 29
- High marks for Laura Mercier's new lip balm-meets-glace-meets-lip color sticks — Temptalia
Sitting just a few rows back at Rihanna's "Last Girl On Earth" concert, I was mesmerized by her crazy, blinking costumes and her insanely provocative dance moves—but what I really couldn't peel my eyes away from was her striking, fire-red hair color. Personally, I'm a sucker for Ri Ri's sexy bleach-blonde hue (remember her GQ cover?), but I admire her ability to rock bold shades. I talked to Ursula Stephen, Rihanna's hairstylist and Motions spokesperson, for tips on keeping the star's hair healthy despite her always-changing look. For the scoop, keep reading.