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The Hunger Games is finally here! Fans flocked to theaters around the country at midnight to catch their first glimpse at the action on the big screen and even more have their tickets ready for a weekend showing. If you're one of the many obsessed with the series or are just getting into it, we've got you covered with plenty of Hunger Games fun. From fashion straight from the Capitol and Effie Trinket's crazy nail art to Hunger Games-inspired wedding ideas and decor trends, there is so much to get excited about across the PopSugar Network. Click through to get your Hunger Games fix and don't forget to check out DistrictSugar.
For this year's Oscars, stylist Elizabeth Saltzman scored big in procuring Gwyneth's memorable white Tom Ford — complete with a classy cape. "Once we had the dress decided on that week [before the Oscars], everything else fell into place," Gwyneth said. See all the details on how it all came together behind the scenes when you read more.
Adding to the continued excitement of all things Hunger Games, we got our hands on the polishes from China Glaze's forthcoming Colours from the Capitol collection. Nail colors inspired by movies can sometimes be a yawn, but these will charm die-hard fans and manicure connoisseurs alike. From ashy, matte shades to high-definition glitters, these polishes could soon be among your most favorite nail colors. Preview them all in our video now!
Over the past four years, bighearted beauty brand Kiehl's has been partnering with various charitable organizations in honor of Earth Month. And for 2012, the company is linking up with Recycle Across America (RAA), a nonprofit that works to make recycling easier for the masses. In fact, 100 percent of the profits (up to $100,000) from the sale of its limited-edition Rare Earth Deep Pore Cleansing Masques ($23) will go to RAA so that select schools throughout the US can strengthen their recycling programs.
Better yet, four stars — Florence Welch, Rosario Dawson, Mark Ruffalo, and Spike Lee — have designed earth-inspired packaging for these masks, made with fair-traded Amazonian white clay. Like what you hear? You'll like these celebrities' do-good artwork, too. See it in detail now.