They said Tangerine Tango is the "it" color of 2012, but it's blue we've been seeing everywhere lately. See the celebs who have recently rocked the color, and learn how you can score the look for yourself!
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Beyonce & Jay Z
Always the trendsetters, Beyonce and Jay-Z named their daughter Blue Ivy, and nowadays the new mom can be seen sporting the shade on her fingernails in tribute to her baby girl. You can get a similar manicure with L'Oréal Paris Colour Riche Nail in Jet Set To Paris ($5.99, Lorealparisusa.com).
Everyone did a double-take when Katy Perry first showed off her new blue 'do post-divorce. Then, the singer pulled double-duty at the Grammy's when she matched her dress to her hair. You can achieve a similar hair hue with Hair Flairs Color Rub in Electric Blue ($13, Hairflairs.com). Don't worry, the color is temporary!
Never one to be subtle, Nicki Minaj posed for Vogue in full-on greenish-blue body paint. The rapper never shies away from color, and she proved
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They said Tangerine Tango is the "it" color of 2012, but it's blue we've been seeing everywhere lately. See the celebs who have recently rocked the color, and learn how you can score the look for yourself!Read More »from Blue Them Away
The CW has finally cast its young Carrie Bradshaw for their pilot, The Carrie Diaries.
AnnaSophia Robb will play teenage Carrie Bradshaw, Sarah Jessica Parker's character in the HBO comedy Sex and the City. A newcomer, the actress is best know for her roles in the 2005 version of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Bridge to Terabithia.
The prequel, which is based on the novel The Carrie Diaries by Candace Bushnell, will take place in the 80s as Carrie explores high school in Manhattan.
Stefania Owen has also been cast as Carrie's 14-year-old younger sister. Others signed up for the pilot are Gossip Girl producers Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage as well as Amy Harris, a writer from Sex and the City, who wrote The Carrie Diaries pilot!
But most importantly who is in charge of the wardrobe? Carrie would have been nothing without her Manolos and being decked out in Dior from head to toe. Who better than GossipRead More »from See Who's Playing the Young Carrie Bradshaw!
We finally made it the most glamourous awards show of the year: the Oscars! Just as we expected, we saw some gorgeous gowns and amazing hairstyles. While we can't help you score a vintage Dior dress, we have great tips to get your hair looking red-carpet ready. Wella Professionals was responsible for some of the best looks of the night, and now their celebrity stylists are sharing their tips on how they created these hot Hollywood hairstyles.
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Michelle's pixie is very modern and sophisticated chic. The hair has just enough texture to make the look sweet, yet edgy.
To Get The Look: First, start by applying Sebastian Professional Mousse Forte to wet hair, then allow it to air dry. With a small round brush, finish off with a blow dry that gives the hair more height, then use your hands to set the part and bangs. Finish the look with Wella Professionals Stay EssentialRead More »from Get the Hottest Oscar Hairstyles at Home!
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Instead of a straight bob like Byrne and Faris, Milla went for tousled waves that fell in every direction. It was a great contrast to her strong red lip and old Hollywood one-shoulder dress.
The Bridesmaids actress continued to turn heads with her sleek bob, while keeping it simple and chic. "We wanted it to be all about shine and a high-gloss finish," said her stylist Harry Josh, the John Frieda International Creative Consultant. To keep flyaways in place, Josh swiped stray strands with John Frieda Full Repair Touch-Up Flyaway Tamer.
From the front, George Clooney's better hair looked to be sporting a classic side swept 'do but from the back the retro look actually had a twist at the nape of the neck, pulling the hair to the left.
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Williams' pixie has become a staple on the red carpet but seems to never get old. Hairstylist Chris McMillan spritzed Michelle's bangs and part with Wella Professionals Stay Essential Finishing Spray to keep them shiny and
When one Brooklyn woman approached her doctor with excruciating leg pain and overall numbness, the physician's first questions were quite shocking. "Do you wear tight clothes? Control-top pantyhose? Tight belts?" he asked. When she nodded yes, the doc knew he had found his culprit.
Dr. Irving Friedman told the Wall Street Journal that constricting fashions, such as cinch belts and skinny jeans, can compress a major nerve (the femoral cutaneous) that runs laterally from the abdomen through the thigh. The result of continuous constriction can cause a chronic neurological disorder called Meralgia paraesthetic, and severe numbness and pain in your thighs.
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We first brought you the news that high heels may be doing you harm, but now we're adding skinny jeans to the list of sartorial health hazards.
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Lindsay Lohan/Elizabeth Taylor
Despite her continuous legal troubles, Lindsay Lohan has been given the chance to turn her entire career around. Recently, Lifetime announced that the actress will be portraying Elizabeth Taylor in an upcoming biopic.
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2. Leonardo DiCaprio
Leonardo DiCaprio/H.H. Holmes
Leonardo DiCaprio has portrayed many historic figures before, like J. Edgar and Howard Hughes, but now he is slated to play H.H. Holmes, the first American serial killer. Scary!
3. Julianne Moore
Julianne Moore/Sarah Palin
Julianne Moore will be showing off her acting chops by playing Sarah Palin in 'Game Change.' The HBO movie also stars Ed Harris as John McCain and is set to premiere March 10.
4. Daniel Day-Lewis
Daniel Day-Lewis/Abraham Lincoln
Daniel Day-Lewis is the ultimate actor, so who better to fill the shoes of Abraham Lincoln? The only thing that troubles us are rumors that Mr. Day-Lewis likes to stay in character while on set. Not so good when playing a man famous for getting shot in the head...
5. Carey Mulligan
Carey Mulligan/Daisy Buchanan
You would think after all of the Marilyn we've seen this past year, we'd want something a little more fresh. But, with Michelle Williams nominated for an Oscar this Sunday and NBC's Smash premiering only weeks ago, our brains are still fixated on the blonde bombshell. And now MAC has decided to jump on the bandwagon with a Marilyn inspired 30-piece makeup collection!
MAC is partnering with Authentic Brands Group LLC. According to WWD, the company acquired the intellectual property of Marilyn Monroe last January.
Complete with eye shadows, nail polishes, eyeliners and lipsticks, the products range from $15 to $27. The line doesn't launch until October, so play with some bright red lipsticks and thick black liner to hold you over in the time being!
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As winter wages on, our skin is feeling tired and worn. Luckily, skin care expert Suki Kramer has a bevy of tricks to keep women everywhere looking young and healthy. From makeup tricks that leave your eyes wider and brighter, to skin cares fixes that shrink pores and erase decades, Suki is sharing her insider arsenal.
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Instant Eye Lift
Make eyes pop by lining them with a light shimmer. This little trick instantly lifts the appearance of sagging tissue, "wakes up" your whole face and gives you an all-over glow. The trick is that these colors make the whites of your eyes stand out, and reduce the appearance of puffiness.
White and champagne shades work best for blue eyes, while pink liners like Tarina Tarantino Dream Hyperliner in Broken Doll make green eyes pop. Girls with brown eyes have all the luck because every color looks great on them, but I suggest trying a silver or blue shimmer.
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Mad Men's second collection with Banana Republic is hitting stores next week, but that's not all the trend-setting show is inspiring. Finally, the AMC drama will have a makeup line, and to top it off, Estee Lauder took the bait!
"We've always felt like there's a connection between Mad Men and the Estee Lauder brand and Estee herself; the 60s were our heyday as well," Jane Hertzmark Hudis, the Global Brand President of Estee Lauder, told Style.com.
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Because the cosmetics company was around in the 60s, this is not a line inspired by the 60s but was blended with the company's old practices.
The collection includes the limited-edition Estee Lauder Mad Men Collection Crème Rouge in Evening Rose and the Estee Lauder Mad Men Collection Signature Lipstick in Cherry. Both pieces come in flute gold cases with turquoise detailing on the compact.
"The product and theRead More »from Mad Men Makeup Collection by Estee Lauder
- Daily Makeover | Fashion – Tue, Feb 21, 2012 1:06 PM EST
The Oscars are considered the most important show during awards season. So, what designer would say no to a chance to be featured on the red carpet?
J. Crew President Jenna Lyons actually turned down a request last week to design something for Sunday's show. Michelle Obama may be the best thing to happen to J. Crew, but why not enter the big leagues and design for an A-list movie star?
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"We just got asked to do something for somebody for the Oscars, literally this morning. I said, 'When are the Oscars? Two weeks? No way.' We can't turn samples and make really good-quality clothes on such a tight timeline," Lyons said in an interview with ABC. "I certainly love the idea, but we're not set up that way. If someone wants to wear a feathered skirt and a cashmere sweatshirt, then sure."
After Michelle Williams donned an H&M dress on the BAFTA red carpet, we are hoping to see some gowns theRead More »from J. Crew's Jenna Lyons Turns Down Oscar Dress Request