- Back-to-school laptops under $600
- Learn how to make fun and colorful friendship bracelets!
- Pack a portable basket for your next beach bonfire
- Shirtless Prince Harry parties with friends and a hot bikini-clad girl in Majorca!
- How to find your most flattering part
- Group therapy: advice for making new friends after a move
- Colorblocking: Try this red-hot Summer color combo
- Save for baby or retirement? The answer may surprise you
- DIY: make your own vintage-style nautical shower curtain
- Rachel Bilson talks more about her small screen return in Hart of Dixie
- Coldplay pays tribute to Amy Winehouse in front of celebrity-filled crowd
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Posts for August 4th 2011
When it comes to upscale hair accessories with a creative twist, designer Jennifer Behr is at the top of her game. For her Fall 2011 collection, which will be out this month, Jennifer is offering up pieces ranging from oversize orchid designs to caged masks and mysterious veils. There's even a few functional elements tossed in, with chunky metal buckles and D rings lending a utilitarian feel. Check out these new creations.
We're excited to present this story from Allure!
Your part is one of those simple little things that can change your whole look: a deep side part can make a low ponytail sophisticated, for example, while a middle part gives your style a hippie chic vibe. The right part is also crucial to choosing a flattering style, says Travis Parker, a hairstylist in San Diego and L'Oréal Professionnel National Portfolio Artist, who works with celebrities including Cindy Crawford. See his easy rules for finding your best part when you keep reading.
Kate wore the new style at a Coldplay concert in LA, so perhaps she did the funky style just for the show. Or perhaps it's a postbreakup change? Whatever the case, are you loving Kate's new color?
- Halle Berry's pixie cut gets even shorter — InStyle
- The cast photos for the all-star season of ANTM are pretty amazing — The Cut
- How to subtly amp up your lips — Real Simple
- Fall skin care products to buy right now — Refinery29
- Get clear skin with these eight face peels — Beauty High
- Essie's Fall nail polish colors are inspired by postwar handbags— Racked
- Bobbi Brown High Shimmer lip gloss is perfect for a night on the town — Temptalia
- Get Zara Phillips's bridal beauty style — FabSugarUK
On the left is David Bowie, and on the right is . . . also David Bowie, just a few hours in legendary makeup artist Dick Smith's chair later. Smith is a pioneer in special effects makeup, and he's responsible for everything from Marlon Brando's amazing age makeup in The Godfather to Linda Blair's terrifying little possessed girl in The Exorcist. Now, he's receiving an honorary Oscar, which his long and storied career in film certainly merits. We're taking a look back at some of his most iconic special effects makeup jobs — how many famous films with Smith's work in them have you seen?
This stuff is like a little kid's dream dessert somehow translated into a personal care product: it smells like Italian cream cake topped with lemon bar chunks along with a healthy helping of vanilla ice cream on the side. If you hate gourmand scents, you'll probably be utterly repelled, but if you love them, there's no turning back. In fact, if reading this is making your salivary glands tingle, maybe you shouldn't even try Hello! Yellow. There's no way you'll be able to sniff it without becoming addicted, and then, like me, you'll be on the hook for a $30 jar of shea butter, grinning like a fool while you pay.
Think you can't wear bold, blue eye shadow? Think again! It's easier than you'd imagine. Celebrity makeup artist Ashunta Sheriff — she's worked with stars like Keri Hilson and Alicia Keys — shows you just how cool blue can be. As you'll see, it's a hot Summer look that's perfect for a fun night out. Check out Ashunta's step-by-step video tutorial to see how to get the look at home.