- How to reuse old keys, from wind chimes to jewelry — Smart Living
- Look like a celebrity at your next bridal shower — Fashion
- See how Kristen Stewart spent her birthday with Robert Pattinson — Celebrity
- Don't forget your outdoor entertaining gear for Coachella — Home
- The Game of Thrones cast like you've never seen them before — Entertainment
- Video: Shake it up with a special kind of strawberry cocktail — Food
- Take these portable chargers on a power trip — Tech
- Put your best pedicured foot forward with Spring's new polishes — Beauty
- Try this eco-friendly yoga gear on for size — Fitness
- Pack a picnic basket even your little one will appreciate — Moms
- Mix up the standard s'mores recipe for snack time — Food
- Embrace your inner cat lady with kitty-themed gifts — Sex & Culture
- Check your furry friend into a pampering hotel — Pets
Posts for April 11th 2013
Nikki Reed chopped off her lengthy waves with a fresh new cut for Spring. The actress arrived at an event for Coach last night sporting one of the hottest cuts in Hollywood right now: the lob. Nikki also lightened up her dark brown mane and ombré highlights to a more soft caramel-colored hue. What do you think of her new look?
The MTV Movie Awards are always a party . . . especially when it comes to the hair and makeup. The beauty looks that have come down this red carpet run the gamut from big and bold to downright beautiful. Get a glimpse back in time with some of the most memorable looks from MTV Movie Awards past.
Every Fashion Week has a unique personality, and Australia can only be categorized as fearless. It is not rare to see full-on costume makeup on the Sydney catwalks. On the other hand, there are also edgy looks that push the envelope without being impossible to re-create at home. While the looks coming down the runway ranged from sweet to somewhat scary, we selected the top 22 anyone can try right now.
At the Coach Evening to Benefit Children's Defense Fund last night, the stars decided to break out their best Spring-inspired beauty looks. Beachy waves, cool braids, and bright lipsticks were all spotted on the grassy carpet, which was adorned with orange flower arrangements for the ultimate springtime vibe. Steal makeup and hair ideas from stars like Kate Mara, January Jones, and Katy Perry, who were all in attendance.
It's finally time to take your feet out of hibernation. But before you slip on toe-baring footwear, book your first pedicure of Spring. Not only will your feet appreciate some much-needed TLC, but also, your toes will get to flaunt a trendy new shade. Click through for our top 10 favorite new bottles worthy of your first pedicure of the season.
April is Earth Month, and beauty brands are getting into the giving spirit. Bond No. 9 has created a special floral scent for the occasion called I Love New York For Earth Day ($105), and a portion of the proceeds will go back to help fund the city's parks and preservation efforts. Find out other ways you can get involved this month with just a trip to your local beauty counter.
Gwyneth Paltrow proves that she still has what it takes to be a leading lady and a magazine cover model on the May issue of Harper's Bazaar. When it comes to her beauty regimen, the 40-year-old star shared with the magazine, "I use organic products, but I get lasers. It's what makes life interesting, finding the balance between cigarettes and tofu."
And while she'll never try Botox again, she isn't ruling out the more invasive procedures. "I would be scared to go under the knife, but you know, talk to me when I'm 50," she said. "I'll try anything." We're excited for the upcoming release of her latest film, Iron Man 3, and you can be sure we'll be watching out for her red-carpet hair and makeup.
Mercury is rising, which means your hair will too . . . off your shoulders, that is. So why not take some inspiration from Olga Kurylenko and her effortlessly styled bun? The low-slung style was accented with delicate braids on the sides, which she wore to the Los Angeles premiere of her latest film Oblivion.
Olga's style is surprisingly easy to pull off. After rough-drying your hair, add a texturizing product like L'Oréal Professionnel True Grip ($17, LPSalons.com) so your hair is easier to work with. Next, section off two one-inch sections of hair right above each ear. Pull the rest of your hair into a low bun and secure with pins. Next, braid the two sections above your ears and wrap the ends around the bun. Loosely curl any pieces that frame your face and finish with a mist of hair spray.
We can't help but get excited when the Spring nail polish shades come out, because we know there are always plenty of bright, vibrant options from which to choose. When it comes to showing off those nails, here are seven colors you should spring for at the salon. On Kirbie: Club Monaco.