- Standout accessories we're excited to see in the front rows during Fashion Week
- Would you drink a bacon shake?
- Prince Harry and David Beckham have a hot night out in London
- Celebs are loving Downton Abbey-esque updos
- Gwyneth Paltrow and more celebs who got active to support Planned Parenthood
- Start your party engines! How to throw a Cars-themed bash
- Easy tips to warm up the kitchen of your rental
- What's your take on Madonna's video with Nicki Minaj and M.I.A.?
- Video: Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's sweetest moments
- Can you cash in on Facebook's IPO?
- A workout that can help you get Madonna's arms
- Did your pets get in on the Super Bowl action?
- Geek love: 10 couples from sci-fi and comic books
- Make a typography-inspired Valentine's Day mantel
Posts for February 5th 2012
Watch the Dannon Oikos ad from the Big Game featuring John Stamos
Makeup is definitely an art, but that hasn't stopped people over the years from trying to turn it into a science. Back in 1939, for example, professional makeup artists were using face-measuring calipers to determine people's "optimal angles" for applying blush and lipstick. The idea of good and bad facial proportions can even be seen way back in Ancient Greece, but the conventions of attractiveness surrounding them keep changing. When you see the "right" and "wrong" makeup for various people, you can judge for yourself whether the idea has any validity.
Check out our latest BellaTV episode and some of our favorite stories from the week:
- The secrets of Downton Abbey style.
- Our editors' must-have new products for February.
- Stop washing your hair so much!
- Rachel Weisz's latest L'Oreal ad gets banned.
- The easy way to find perfume.
- The nail polishes you need now.
- All the SAG Awards star beauty secrets.
- The best products for applying false lashes with ease.