- What do you think of these drastic celebrity hairstyle changes?
- Bid farewell to Harry Potter with a proper glass of Butterbeer
- Rupert Grint talks kissing Emma Watson and his celebrity crush
- Take a look back at Victoria Beckham's maternity style!
- Pretty, Summer-perfect bras
- 5 ideas for making your own (gallery-worthy) art
- PopSugar City LA: chatting healthy food and outdoor workouts with Gunnar Peterson
- Pia Toscano's first single, "This Time" — love it or leave it?
- Helpful tips for staying organized during your workdays
- Know what to eat (and when) before working out
- Bloat — it's not another way to call a pup overweight
- Get a sneak peek inside Pottermore
- Brad Pitt brings his sexy, tan self to the Cancun Film Festival for Moneyball
- Video: Prince William teases Harry, Kate goes glamorous for star-studded Hollywood weekend!
Posts for July 11th 2011
While Kate Middleton may be known for her signature long, wavy hair (which she most frequently wears down), there are a few times she experiments with her style. Last week while visiting Canada, the Duchess of Cambridge looked as sophisticated as ever wearing a half-up, looped style accentuated with butterfly clips.
And over the weekend while visiting LA, she made a classic bun all the more modern by incorporating it into this pulled-back-at-the-sides coiffure. To see her latest look at various angles, and get a few tips on re-creating the minibun yourself, be sure to check out the gallery now.
It's standard practice for brands to use models and celebrities in their campaigns, but last November, MAC Cosmetics gave everyday people an exciting opportunity. Through its MAC Me Over contest, guys and gals across the US were invited to enter to win a chance to be one of the six faces behind the brand's Fall 2011 collection (and to receive a transformational makeover). So before the big reveal at the end of this week, followed by the collection launch on Aug. 25, be sure to check out the teaser video now to see images of some of the entrants.
From the Fall 2011 Illusions d'Ombres collection from Chanel comes Peridot, which is one of three polishes available. I very seldom cave in and buy Chanel polishes unless they seem very unique. The last two I've bought (Kaleidoscope and Paradoxal) met these requirements for me and I was very pleased with them, so I went ahead and jumped; and as usual, I'm glad I did.
Want to see more? Be sure to check out the rest of Beautopia's post to learn application tips and to view the multitoned polish from various angles. And when you're through, why not start an OnSugar blog of your own? We'd love to feature you right here on Bella.
- Zooey Deschanel's uniform curls are a cute, easy hairstyle to try — Glamour
- If model Aymeline Valade weren't herself, she'd want to be God — The Cut
- Kim Kardashian debuts lighter hair — InStyle
- How to apply your makeup in five minutes — Real Simple
- Deborah Lippmann's Fall nail polish collection goes dark and sexy — Refinery29
- Kate Middleton inspires a neutral nail trend — Beauty High
- The top nail gadgets of today and tomorrow — The Hairpin
- DIY recipes for frizz-free hair — The Beauty Bean
- How to use an old t-shirt to dry your curls — Naturally Curly
- Inside British reality star Rosie Fortescue's makeup bag — FabSugar UK
Most people settle on a single seasonal hairstyle, but not celebrities. It may be too hot for the rest of us to even consider putting on a wig or reaching for a bottle of hair color, but some of Hollywood's hottest properties have switched things up drastically. Between Evan Rachel Wood's new crop and Anna Faris's total hair makeover (seriously, she's only semirecognizable), which of these stars' hairstyle changes are you a fan of? Vote now.
Now that the Fourth of July has come and gone, it's the perfect time to try out A Midsummer Night's Dream-style beauty look. So for some inspiration on how you can channel your own inner woodland nymph, just read on for five different ideas.
Though most people are afflicted by acne during puberty, a lucky few of us get to deal with it well into adulthood. The only thing worse than acne, however, may be acne scars. While there are several skin-lightening and hyperpigmentation products on the market, there are three standouts that provide some serious fade action. See which treatments help fade scars best when you keep reading.