You might notice a few hairs in the shower drain or in your brush, but when does normal shedding turn into a concern? Millions of women suffer from hair loss resulting from oral contraceptives, hormonal imbalances, and even genetics. So when should you consult a doctor, who should you talk to, and what are the at-home options for hiding hair loss? We sat down with fine-hair specialist Lucinda Ellery, who has worked with celebrities like Cheryl Cole and has studios in Los Angeles and London, to chat about the options out there, including quick tips you can use in your bathroom. On Kirbie: Nanette Lepore dress
Rose Byrne was picture perfect on the red carpet at the 2013 Emmy Awards, and part of that was due to her stylist, Harry Josh. Harry, in addition to taming the coifs of celebrities, has a new hair dryer that practically everyone is raving about (hello, Miranda Kerr!), so he knows a thing or two about how to give good hair.
Harry walks us through, step by step, how to achieve Rose's disco waves — they were inspired by a photo of Bianca Jagger in the '70s — and made them wearable and modern for the red carpet.
On Kirbie: Rebecca Taylor top.
If there's one thing we know about Michelle Williams and Emma Stone, it's that these two ladies take good care of their skin. On our search for their regimen, we visited their esthetician, Joanna Vargas, while she debuted her new skin care collection at Space NK at Bloomingdale's in Century City, CA. Joanna is a wealth of knowledge and described why green juice is so important for clear skin and how lighting plays a big part in appreciating yourself. She even gave us the recipe for a DIY face exfoliator that will leave your skin looking as immaculate as Michelle's and Emma's!
On Kirbie: Banana Republic dress.
Gwyneth Paltrow has a lot to offer: she's talented, she has a great sense of humor, she can sing, she dresses well, and she might have the most flawless skin we've ever seen. She attributes her glowing complexion to celebrity esthetician Sonya Dakar, who regularly prepares Gwyneth for big events with an apple stem cell facial.
We ventured to Beverly Hills to meet with Sonya, learn the key components of the facial, and even get tips on how to create a version for ourselves at home. Best of all, the ingredients you need can be found at your local supermarket. Now there's no excuse not to give this a try.
To try some of Gwyneth's favorite products, you can shop them on Sonya's site.
On Kirbie Johnson: Club Monaco "Lauren" blouse.
Jennifer Aniston is an icon when it comes to her hair, but her makeup is equally enviable. Lucky for us, we got all the intel on Jennifer's red-carpet look at the Oscars from her go-to makeup artist, Angela Levin (who is not just a wealth of knowledge when it comes to makeup, but charismatic, too). She divulges how she made Jennifer's lashes so voluminous and fluttery, the key to contouring, and a neat trick to keeping lipstick on all night. Get all the tips and watch a true artist in action in today's Celebrity Secret Weapon. On Kirbie: H&M blouse. All of Jennifer's red-carpet products can be purchased at Chanel.com.
Anne Hathaway scored an Oscar for best supporting actress looking radiant in a makeup palette consisting of petal-pink lips and flicked-out eyeliner. Chanel celebrity makeup artist Kate Lee not only made up Anne for the big show but also transformed her look quickly, using only eyeliner, for the Vanity Fair Oscars afterparty. Learn how to re-create both looks, step by step, in today's Celebrity Secret Weapon and if you're ready to try the full look yourself you can get all the products at Chanel.com. On Kirbie: BCBG Max Azria.
Jessica Chastain was a vision on the Golden Globes red carpet in a seafoam-colored Calvin Klein gown, which she paired with berry lips and a gorgeous coral flush. We invited Kristofer Buckle, Jessica's makeup artist for the big event, to re-create her makeup look and teach us how to achieve it at home. Watch for his step-by-step tutorial, along with his secret to keeping his clients looking great all night long. On Kirbie: Jigsaw top.
Victoria's Secret Angels, including models Miranda Kerr, Adriana Lima, and Alessandra Ambrosio, may be known for their jaw-dropping beauty, but it's their voluminous, sexy waves that have become part of their signature look. Striking just the right balance of glamour and edginess, all it takes to channel your inner Angel is a blow dryer, a curling iron, and a little hair spray. Find out how to re-create this now-famous runway look at home with tips from their hairstylist, Italo Gregorio. And if you need a little inspiration on how to strut your stuff in your sultry new coiffure, check out Victoria's Secret's all-access site. Also, if you missed the initial airing, be sure to tune in to see it on Wednesday, December 12th on the CW Network at 9/8c.
Kristen Stewart always masters the cool-girl look, but you don't need to be a movie star to pull off her casual-yet-polished style. Makeup artist Beau Nelson, who frequently works with Kristen, recently created a surprisingly wearable neon lip look — and here, he's showing us how easy it is to create. Watch to pick up his tips and learn how he and Kristen decided to go for bright color.
Forget about Kristen Stewart's personal life. We're more interested in how she always stands out on the red carpet. Enter celebrity makeup artist Beau Nelson, the man behind many of Kristen's looks, from her red lips at Cannes to her casual flair at Comic-Con. Here, he reveals how to cover up blemishes for flawless-looking skin, how to enhance your eyes as Kristen does, and the products he turns to again and again. On Kirbie: H&M; makeup by Beau Nelson.