- Wedding style inspiration from Beyoncé, Britney, and more!
- Video: go behind the scenes of Vanity Fair's gorgeous Hollywood Issue!
- Game on: healthy Super Bowl chili recipes
- Get your craft on! Fun Valentine's Day projects for tiny tots
- How well do you know your Fashion Week catwalkers?
- Try an Italian dish for your next cozy Winter meal
- Video: Find out why you'll fall in love with facial oils
- Kristen Stewart dons a ballgown for her chicest shoot yet
- Turn your home storage into fine design
- Recap the best and worst of January entertainment
- 5 ideas to increase your income this year
- Super Bowl bites for your four-legged friends
- 32 cases to spice up your iPhone's routine
- Stock up on Winter Kate must haves before they disappear!
Posts for January 2012
Long, lush lashes. Who doesn't want them? With the trend toward brighter lips and sparser eye, a vivid lash line is even more important. So many gals ask me about amping up their flutter with faux lashes. It's actually pretty easy. Here's my technique to give your peepers a little extra pop. See how Brett gets it right every time when you read more.
- Five serums to fix everything that ails you — Stylelist
- Christina Aguilera's fake-tan faux pas is lighting up the Internet — Styleite
- The fox-fur bikini-line stuff is finally going away — The Cut
- Styling made easy for every hair texture — Real Simple
- How scents affect your emotions — Glo
- What's your nail shape personality? — Beautylish
- The right way to wear colorblock makeup — Refinery 29
- Check out all the Roaring '20s style we'll see in 2012 — Huffington Post
When it comes to the makeup gymnasts are known for, the shades aren't a spur-of-the-moment decision, and not every beauty product is welcome. "We’re not allowed to have colored nail polish when we’re competing," Alicia told us. As for color palettes, "It’s kind of a process," she admits. "You pick out your leotard and your warm-up suit a couple months in advance. Then I base my makeup off that." Typically, the P&G Beauty spokes-athlete can be seen wearing the brand's makeup, especially their lip gloss and stain, on the mat. "I try to have my eye shadows matching my leotard," Alicia adds. "That's one of the big things."
Red-carpet fashion and beauty coverage:
- Video: Angelina Jolie leads the black and white beauties at the SAG Awards!
- Designer rundown: find out who wore what
- Poll: who was the best dressed at the SAG Awards?
- Trend report: rainbow bright hues, chic whites, and daring dark gowns
- Re-create your favorite SAG Awards hair and makeup looks!
- Learn the drugstore secret to Sofia Vergara's perfect pout
Catch up on other fun moments you may have missed:
- Octavia, Betty, Jean, and more — see the entire list of SAG Award winners!
- Buzz in: do you agree with the SAG Award winners?
- George, Alec, Kevin, and Brad — SAG hotties then and now
- See all the loved-up couples on the red carpet
- Video: is Uggie the dog taking a page from Brad Pitt's playbook?
- Our favorite candid photos inside the SAG Awards
- See the touching speeches, A-list presenters, and star-studded SAG audience
- Brad and Angelina cuddle and laugh — see their cutest SAG PDA moments!
- 350+ pictures from the red carpet, show, press room, parties, and much more!
- Guess the celebrity body at the SAG Awards!
- Take a cue from Viola Davis's gorgeous gown for your home decor
- Video: watch our SAG Awards breakdown — the night's best fashion, the biggest winners, and drinking games!
Perfume commercials are always trying to be provocative and sexy to attract consumers, but the new ads for Paco Rabane Black XS seem to be reaching out in a very different way: specifically, to glam rock fans in the early punk era. What else could possibly explain this frenetic new ad, which has everything a young David Bowie could want: Iggy Pop sensuously wrapping himself in an American flag, models licking a Damien Hirst-y jewel-encrusted skull, a couple writhing in money like a pair of proto-punk Scrooge McDucks, etc. It's as if someone turned Velvet Goldmine into a perfume.
As big fans of Mr. Stardust and his spiders from Mars, the campy elements of the ad are pretty appealing to us. But given the otherwise small overlap between perfumistas and '70s-rock aficionados, this spot seems pretty niche indeed. Still, it's always nice to see Iggy, and maybe now, with a perfume campaign under his belt, he can finally fulfill his beauty destiny by starting a hair care line.
The 2012 SAG Awards may have been the year of the headband braid, but there were plenty of amped-up ponytails and sexy waves as well. There were also lots of fresh, sweet makeup looks you'll want to steal for yourself. Check out 10 of the evening's most brilliant beauty looks, which are sure to add a bit of red-carpet glamour to your life.
"It's important to me that I'm always listening to my fans," Brown says. "This is an opportunity for me to show my Facebook followers that I appreciate all of their support over the years and thank them. We're bringing back classic Bobbi Brown lip colors solely based on what the fans want." Voting closes on Feb. 29, and the lip colors with the most votes will be available this Fall. They'll only be for sale to Bobbi Brown Facebook fans, though, so if you want to get your hands on them, you'll have to like their page.