- Try fishnet nails at home
- Ways to make Fall salads more memorable
- Blake Lively gets to work as her rep shuts down pregnancy rumors
- Emma Watson on boyfriends, feminism, and kissing
- A sophisticated, glam blue and white nursery
- See the best Emmys dresses of all time
- Bedding for every style personality
- Another look at Les Misérables
- Video: Busy Philipps talks Dawson's Creek reunion: "It's strange!"
- Gym bags inspired by Fashion Week
- CelebStyle: amp up your jeans for Fall
- Inspiring, beautifully crafted videos on Vimeo
- September's best fashion and beauty under $50
- Adorable baby animals of Autumn
Posts for September 20th 2012
As the weather changes and the leaves fall, it's time to kick your hair care routine into high gear. Just as cold air can dry out your skin, it can wreak havoc on your strands, as well. That's why it's so important to condition frequently, explains celebrity stylist Oribe Canales of Oribe hair care. "[Also], if you keep ironing your hair, it's going to wear down. So whatever moisture you can keep in your hair do that," he says. It's time to put your heated tools in hibernation. Get Oribe's style suggestions that are low on heat and high in moisture when you read more.
Busy Philipps got in on the wildly popular two-toned nail trend at her charity auction last night, and she did it well. Sporting a gold bead-embellished turquoise and black manicure, Busy's nails had just enough spunk without being over-the-top. And the look is not too difficult to pull off at home, either. Just grab two opaque polish colors, a steady hand, and some painter's tape.
Paint two coats of the color you want to appear more dominant on your nail and let it dry completely. Next, lay down a strip of painter's tape to the top or side of your nail and paint two coats of the second color on the nontaped portion. Once the polish is dry to the touch, gently peel the tape off to reveal your straight-edged finish. Swipe on a top coat and add some embellishments, and you'll be sitting pretty like Busy. Now if only you could finger a gorgeous ring like that to match . . .
It's always a little sad saying goodbye to Summer. Fortunately, there's the promise of a new Fall wardrobe to soften the blow, and a destination like T.J.Maxx, where you can shop all your favorite designers — without the upscale prices.
Which trends should be first on your list? This Fall, start carrying on with a more structured bag in a bold hue, or add your own pop of color with a patterned scarf sash. Colored denim is a definite "do" for this season, especially paired with a layered sweater or an all-the-rage peplum silhouette. For a touch of sparkle that goes from day to night, look for a statement-making bib necklace to up the ante of any ensemble.
Need more Fall fashion inspiration? "Like" T.J.Maxx on Facebook to see a slideshow of the season's hottest trends, and find a store in your area where you can shop it all for up to 60% off department store prices.
- Kate Bosworth is now an SK-II brand ambassador — Beauty High
- Rashida Jones sizzles in a smudged liner and vampy lip duo — HuffPost Style
- Eliminate the puffy, red face that comes with allergy season — Stylelist
- The best and brightest of London Fashion Week beauty — The Cut
- Does Lady Gaga's Fame fragrance smell like an expensive hooker? — Styleite
- Lipstick 101: from matte to cream and in between — Real Simple
- The products to pick if you raid an Origins store — Refinery29
- How to get a two-toned lipstick effect — The Fashion Spot
- Everything you need for a Fall skin reboot — The Blush
- The top red lipstick looks of all time — Glo
For her Fall 2012 presentation, Joy Cioci made an impression with her lineup of beautiful chiffon designs and bold, feminine prints. But the beauty world couldn't take their eyes off the chic, texturized manicures gracing models' hands at the show. CND manicurists applied fishnet lace over the brand's Putty polish to achieve the look, and here's how you can re-create it at home. On Kirbie Johnson: H&M.
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Have you seen Jennifer Lawrence lately? Gone is her sweet, natural honey blond, replaced with a rich, dark chestnut shade. I like it! It's sophisticated. And even though it's a big change, it's not startling. That's because her makeup is exactly right — a superimportant thing to bear in mind when you make a big color switch. I talked to makeup artist Ricky Wilson to get some tips on making sure your makeup and new hair color are totally simpatico. Get Wilson's expert advice when you read more.
This is in part to its simplicity. Celebrity fans Shirley Manson and Kelly Osbourne, who have both been spotted out in the spindly style multiple times, opted for extremely slicked-back versions. Nicole Richie, on the other hand, went for a softer, less-severe interpretation of the trend. Whether you wear it with face-framing fringe or doused in gel, be ready to turn plenty of heads with this one.
After starring in Friends and Cougar Town, Courteney Cox has stepped into a different kind of role: the face of the Pantene Expert Collection. The line of anti-aging hair products will hit stores this November, along with a new ad campaign featuring Courteney. Find out her one makeup obsession, her postacting career plans, and the products that fill her vanity when you keep reading