- Harry Potter popularity contest: which characters do you love?
- Jennifer Aniston is joined by Justin Theroux at her Hollywood handprint ceremony!
- Summer-friendly corn recipes
- Easy hairstyles for when your bangs are in limbo
- Monaco's Princess Charlene and Prince Albert enjoy a not-so-private honeymoon
- Celebrities who’ve given birth via c-section
- See why Jennifer Aniston rules the red carpet
- How to get succulents on (and in!) your table
- 12 ways everyone else is cutting back on spending
- Indulge at the diner with diet-friendlier choices
- Take your pup to the ballgame
- Awesome accessories for the photography fanatic
- Bike to work safely and stylishly
- Video: Harry Potter premieres in London as early reviews start coming in!
- PopSugar City LA: Roxy pros share their favorite spots to surf in SoCal
Posts for July 7th 2011
Probably the last thing on Hermione Granger's mind is makeup. After all, she does have bigger issues to worry about like learning new spells — or saving Harry Potter from that Dark Lord character. So while it may look like Emma Watson doesn't wear any makeup while she's running from snatchers or waving her wand in the movie, it actually takes some skill behind the scenes to make her look that way. We caught up with her Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 hair and makeup artist Charlotte Hayward to see which beauty products she used to give Emma her youthful, no makeup-look glow.
Michael Kors says he has a few signature items in his wardrobe that he would feel naked without: aviator sunglasses, his grandfather's wedding ring, and a black crew-neck T-shirt worn under a sweater. He's aiming for the same degree of everyday dependability with his new scent, Gold Eau de Toilette, a sheerer version of his well-established Signature, with tuberose, magnolia, freesia, orange blossom, and musk. I recently sat down with the designer and Project Runway judge to talk about the new scent (which goes on sale in August) and a variety of other smells he likes — and loathes. See his quotes when you keep reading.
Artist Slaughterose created this cool zodiac eye chart, with makeup and eye shapes for each of the 12 signs. Libra is based off her own eyes, but all the drawings are based off of traits and colors traditionally associated with each individual sign. Does your sign's drawing match your eye shape? And would you wear the same shadow and liner shades as featured in her colorful piece?
- Rachel Weisz gets naked with a lion for Bulgari — Fashionista
- Nicola Formichetti claims W misquoted his views on fat people — The Cut
- Jessica Simpson's new fragrance is inspired by love — People StyleWatch
- Heavy-duty beauty goods for hot weather — Real Simple
- How to create perfect loose spiral curls — Naturally Curly
- Layer your fragrances for Summer scent staying power — Beauty High
- Rad or bad: Kingston Rossdale's Smurf-blue mohawk — Refinery29
- Star skin care ingredients that really work — StyleList
- The 10 dumbest beauty products — The Frisky
- Beat the Summer heat thanks to Sam Fine and CoverGirl — Afrobella
Leaving a beautiful corpse will cost you about $800, and you'll have to choose Leverton & Sons in the London area as your funeral home, since Illamasqua is providing the service in collaboration with those specific undertakers. Some women won't leave home without their "face" on, but do you think the people who are mourning you will really care if your eye shadow isn't perfectly coordinated with your casket lining?
Just because you're waiting for your bangs to grow out, doesn't mean you have to sacrifice looking cute while doing it. All you need is a brush, some bobby pins, a little hair spray, and a lot of patience. You can't will your hair to grow out, but you can click through to see five fresh hairstyle ideas to try during the waiting period.
Source: Greg Kessler
"Whether you're soaking in sea salt or smearing it on the surface of the skin, it's going to speak to the skin in a healing way," says Stavroulakis. To find out more about the therapeutic benefits of sea salts, just keep reading.
I have to say that I'm a foundation buff and just as there are so many varieties of foundation, there are just as many varieties of methods to apply them. Today in this post, I thought it would be handy to point out the five main methods of applying your foundation, the tools involved, what kind of foundations work best with what and the finishes that you'll eventually receive. In no time, you'll be able to figure out how to get the most flawless face out of the foundation that you've recently purchased at the store. To see her awesome tips, just keep reading.