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Posts for January 24th 2011
LED has been a big beauty trend in Japan and South Korea of late, from these eerily beautiful luminescent eyelashes to new glowing grills that light up your teeth in neon shades. I'd definitely swipe some of those LED lashes, but I'm not sure about these grills. The video illustrating how these babies work is called "Party in the Mouth," which I am way, way too immature not to giggle at. Check it out (no sound required) and tell me if you'd consider wearing this mouthful to your next rave:
I can never remember a time that I didn't love hair. Whether it was setting wigs for the drag queens at my parents' clubs or cutting my dolls' hair, it is and always has been my passion. I believe hair is your best accessory, and I love helping people feel good about themselves and sharing tips, tricks, and trends that will always keep you looking and feeling great. You all also know that I am all about the business of hair too, so . . .
I am so excited to tell you that for the next few weeks I am going to be blogging for BellaSugar! To address some of your hair care needs: from how to find a good salon and stylist, to some of my favorite product combinations, to some tips and tricks to spice up your hair at home — and if you want to join the biz, the best way to do it!
It will be honest (imagine that!), fun, and helpful.
- Sundance style: Elizabeth Banks, Kate Bosworth, and more dish about staying warm and chic
- Hot or not: Are these celebrity crushes cringe-worthy or cute?
- Should pregnancy equal special parking privileges?
- End of the (beer) line
- Tabatha Coffey shares her Shear Genius with Bella
- Artist Richard Phillips captures Kristen Stewart and Rob Pattinson in his paintings
- Who said it: Michael Scott or Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino?
- Visit Pop tomorrow at 5:30 a.m. PT to watch the Oscar nominations live!
- It's only temporary: Our job-hunter takes on a quick-fix job
- 10 reasons to step it up with step aerobics
- Find out what might be making your dog snore
- Weigh in: Would you rather give up the Internet or food?
- Savory, Spanish-style stuffed peppers
- James Franco gets into a hairy situation at Sundance!
"We wish no ill will toward this fellow American manufacturer, but need to seek a fair and accountable solution to this incident," American Apparel spokesman Ryan Holiday told the New York Post. Forsythe, sounding oddly like Dave Eggers, called the allegations "a suspense-novel-worthy chain of melodramatic alleged events." Considering American Apparel's serious financial woes, we're guessing the company's lawyers are hungry for a court win.