IKNY/Broadimage; Courtesy InStyle.com
We spotted two new additions on Jennifer Love Hewitt's digits last night at the Pamper's Love, Sleep, & Play event last night, held at Grand Central Terminal in New York City. After announcing her engagement in June, we couldn't help but notice Hewitt's new thin wedding band adorning her rock, which posed the question: Did she have a secret wedding? And that wasn't her only fun piece of finger flair. Her patterned manicure-which would be a perfect fit for Oxygen's just-announced nail art reality show, Nailed It-was full of eye-grabbing details. "I went to this nail place and I was like 'Do whatever you want, I just want to feel girly and cute,' and this is what they did," the star told InStyle.com at the event, which featured 3D projections of babies across the very busy Vanderbilt Hall at the terminal. "They're crazy! They're absolutely crazy." But not too crazy, thankfully. Because of the crisp white-on-nude color palette, the effect isn't busy, even with the 3D embellishments.
Blog Posts by InStyle.com
- InStyle.com | Author Blog Posts – Thu, Aug 22, 2013 1:18 PM EDT
IKNY/Broadimage; Courtesy InStyle.comRead More »from Jennifer Love Hewitt’s Finger Flair: Girly Nail Art Topped Off with a New Ring Band
- InStyle.com | Author Blog Posts – Wed, Aug 21, 2013 4:31 PM EDT
Courtesty (2)Clinique's Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion has long been a staple in makeup bags worldwide since its launch in 1968, but who knew its trademark yellow shade looked so pretty when re-purposed as nail polish? To celebrate the new ultra-hydrating formula of the brand's hero product, Clinique has created a limited-edition nail lacquer, which they've aptly-named Yellow Genius. In addition to mirroring the lotion's iconic pale lemon color, the nail polish boasts skincare benefits of its own - the formula was developed specifically for sensitive skin types, so it won't trigger any unexpected reactions around your cuticle area, or if you happen to rub your eyes. Find the limited-edition Yellow Genius lacquer for $12.50 at clinique.com, then click the photo to see more August launches rolling out to stores this month.
Read More »from Clinique Honors Iconic Moisturizer with a Nail Polish
- InStyle.com | Beauty – Tue, Aug 20, 2013 2:03 PM EDT
Time Inc. Digital StudiosIt may be impossible to shrink those tiny openings on your skin, but you can make them look less obvious. Makeup artist Nick Barose, who has worked with Amy Adams, divulges his best kept secrets for camouflaging pores in minutes.
1. Prime Your Face. Smooth the surface of your skin with a silicone-based gel; this fills in the tiny holes at the opening of the pores. We like: Tarte Clean Slate Poreless 12-.Hour Perfecting Primer, $30; sephora.com.
2. Sponge on Foundation. Go for a lightweight formula with exfoliating salicylic acidto unclog pores while hiding them. We like: Clinique Pore Refining Solutions Instant Perfecting Makeup, $27; clinique.com.
3. Dust on Powder. A matte powder with optical diffusers further blurs imperfections, making pores appear even less conspicuous. We like: Nars Light Reflecting Pressed Setting Powder, $34; narscosmetics.com.Read More »from Minimize Your Pores in Minutes with These Star Makeup Artist Tricks
- InStyle.com | Fashion – Fri, Aug 16, 2013 3:23 PM EDT
Alex Reside for InStyle.comThey're finally here! InStyle's first-ever capsule collection with favorite footwear brand, Nine West, is now available in stores and online. The 26 fall-ready pairs encompass everything from accessory staples, like the ultimate leather boot with a metal heel and the sexy Genial pointy-toe leather pump, to outfit-making extras, like the Destino calf-hair wedge bootie. Get a head start on the crowd by shopping them online at ninewest.com/instyle. Here's to kicking off the new season in the chicest way possible!
- InStyle.com | Beauty – Wed, Aug 14, 2013 6:21 PM EDT
Instagram/badgalriri; Instagram/beyonceLike Rihanna and Beyonce, we've all fallen prey to the selfie phenomenon, but before you click and (more importantly) send, follow this expert advice on how to look your best. Chris Schoenbohm, photographer and co-founder of the app Viewfinder, advises shooting at eye level or above for portraits and in a soft, flattering light. Dr. Jeffrey Spiegel, a facial plastic surgeon recommends "smiling with your eyes" - or "smize" as Tyra Banks once put it. "A fake smile is just your mouth. A true smile is when your whole face is laughing," says Spiegel. "Think about sending energy to your eyes or smiling with your eyes, and your beauty will shine into the photograph." And if your hair often looks flat in photos, never fear, your styling skills aren't to blame. Photographer Patrick McMullan adds, "The camera tends to shrink hair in photos." To compensate, dig your fingers into your crown to scrunch hair, or flip your whole head upside down right before the shot. This classic model trick makesRead More »from Selfies 101: Everything You Need to Know to Take the Best Self-Snap
Courtesy; WireImage; FilmMagicLily Collins' sleek half-updo at the premiere of The Mortal Instrument is the exact look we're craving right now-fall always calls for more polish. We caught up with her stylist, Mara Roszak and got the play-by-play on how she created the look. "Lily wore an incredible leather, structured dress by Cushnie et Ochs. I knew I wanted the hair to have a graphic feel with lots of shine," Roszak told us. She started by sectioning her hair deep to the side and then applied Leonor Greyl Mousse au Lotus Volumatrice ($46 at leonorgreyl-usa.com) to Lily's damp hair and blow-dried it straight. "For an extra sleek look, I flat ironed each section straight down with no bend," said Roszak. She used Leonor Greyl Gel a l'Hibiscus ($35 at leonorgreyl-usa.com) to slick back the sides of the hair and pinned it in the back, leaving the back section down. As a final step to ensure staying power, Roszak misted hair spray all over the head. We especially love the makeup details like sexy, oxblood lips andRead More »from Get the Look: Lily Collin's Sleek Half-Updo
- InStyle.com | Fashion – Mon, Aug 12, 2013 4:29 PM EDT
AKM-GSI, Courtesy (2)This morning, Carrie Underwood co-hosted Good Morning America, and while we were excited to see her tackle the morning news, we really wanted to see what she'd wear! The country superstar sat alongside George Stephanopoulos and Lara Spencer in a sophisticated printed Oscar de la Renta dress, subtle-yet-sparkly earrings from Crislu and a Victorian inspired bracelet from We Dream in Colour. Love her jewels? Order her linear earrings for just $100 at crislu.com, and snag the unique cuff for $96 at wedreamincolour.com.
MORE:Read More »from Get Carrie Underwood’s Jewelry on Good Morning America for Under $200!
• Steal Carrie Underwood's Look for Under $200!
• CMT Music Award Fashion
• Carrie Underwood's Transformation
• Bid on Carrie Underwood's Looks to Raise Money for Oklahoma
• Watch Carrie Underwood's Video for "Two Black Cadillacs"
Country Music Charity Auction: Bid on Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton’s Looks to Raise Money for OklahomaBy InStyle.com | Fashion – Fri, Aug 9, 2013 1:37 PM EDT
Getty Images (2) Adam Taylor/NBCStarting today, multiple country stars are auctioning off outfits they wore to special events to charity. Cori McFadden, founder of the luxury consignment service eDrop-Off, and Trish Townsend, stylist to Carrie Underwood and Blake Shelton, came up with the idea to raise money to help people affected by the tornadoes in Oklahoma. "My heart was crushed for those families," Townsend told InStyle.com. "When I asked friends in Nashville for donations, they were so generous. It just shows how fashion can really make a difference." You can bid for a chance to own Carrie Underwood's 2013 CMT Awards gown by Georges Chakra, Miranda Lambert's 2013 ACM dress by Jovani, Blake Shelton's outfit from The Voice blind auditions, plus items from Brad Paisley, Jason Aldean and the Rascal Flatts. Go to shopedropoff.com starting today through August 18 to bid - 100 percent of the proceeds will be donated to the American Red Cross to rebuild Oklahoma.
Read More »from Country Music Charity Auction: Bid on Carrie Underwood, Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton’s Looks to Raise Money for Oklahoma
- InStyle.com | At Home – Wed, Aug 7, 2013 4:50 PM EDT
Courtesy (4) Steve Granitz/WireImage (1)Country crooner Kenny Chesney not only sings about the good life, he drinks to it also thanks to his newly-launched line of rum, Blue Chair Bay. Inspired by easy island living, these beach-flavored drinks - in Coconut, White and Coconut Spiced - are sure to transport you straight to the shore. But before you pull up a beach chair and start mixing a Piña Colada, why not try a drink concocted exclusively for InStyle? Blue Chair Bay's master mixologist Jonathan Pogash blended pomegranate flavors, lime juice and a dash of champagne for the "Always InStyle" cocktail in InStyle's signature red hue. Scroll down to get the full recipe, and head to bluechairbay.com to see where you can purchase the rum in a store near you.Read More »from Mix Up an “Always InStyle” Cocktail with Kenny Chesney’s Blue Chair Bay Rum
- InStyle.com | Beauty – Tue, Aug 6, 2013 4:26 PM EDT
CourtesyIOMA's Youth Booster and the Mars Curiosity Rover have more in common than you think! The product borrows technology used by the rover on the Maritan surface, and just in time to celebrate Curiosity's first year on Mars, we asked InStyle.com Assistant Editor Marianne Mychaskiw to see whether or not we could expect results on a planetary scale.
"I have a slight obsession with space and astrophysics. While monthly horoscopes are entertaining, my interests always veered more toward astronomy than astrology, and I'll spend hours poring over countless science news pages. Last week, I took home IOMA's Youth Booster product ($220; saksfifthavenue.com), which merged my obsessions of skincare and the cosmos into one sleek bottle. The product is equipped with an innovative sensor cap, which boasts the exact same MEMS technology the Curiosity Rover uses to find water on the surface of Mars. On this planet, the MEMS sensor is used to measure the moisture levels in your skin, and although theRead More »from Editor-Tested: IOMA’s Space-Age Moisturizer Gave Our Skin a Cosmic Glow