We want Jennifer Aniston's hair, but she wants Gisele's Jennifer Aniston is adored for her acting, yes, but also for her hair. The "Rachel" is perhaps the most famous and imitated haircut of all time, so perhaps it's no surprise that the stylist who created it, Chris McMillan, soon became Aniston's BFF and is now the only man she allows to cut her impeccable 'do. Aniston's hair wasn't always perfect. In fact, in a new video for her haircare line, Living Proof, she confesses, "It's hysterical that me, of all people, who grew up with the worst hair--well not worst, it was just unmanageable hair--is known for that." Jennifer Aniston's hair wasn't always perfect? Really?! We didn't believe it either, so we sat down for an exclusive interview with the "Friends" star and her now-famous hair stylist, to discuss her iconic hair, then and now, get the scoop on her haircare routine, and learn more about her business partnership with Living Proof.
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By Augusta Falletta, Beauty HighRead More »from Kate Moss Announced as First Face (and Body) of St. Tropez
Kate Moss It's no secret that Kate Moss is the ultimate "it girl," and her newest beauty campaign just solidifies that. St. Tropez, the self-tanner brand that we swear by (seriously: it's the best self-tan you'll ever use), has announced Kate Moss as the first celebrity face of the brand. "Kate's fashion icon status is important to us but now her growing number of beauty campaigns proves that her appeal as a beauty icon resonates with confident women across all age groups globally. Not only is she beautiful, but she has this amazing attitude. St. Tropez is about confidence," says Michelle Feeney, CEO of PZ Cussons Beauty, which owns St. Tropez. Kate, who's been using St Tropez for 15 years, says, "It's a really trustworthy, cool brand." We agree, Kate.
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The St. Tropez ad, above, features Kate lounging nude in the middle of the water, showing off her perfect safe, sunless glow courtesy of the self-tanner. Below is a
by Lindsay ColameoRead More »from The FDA Proposes a Warning on Indoor Tanning
Getty ImagesI have a confession to make. Five years ago, I was studying at the University of Miami, and I was days away from heading home for winter break. I wanted to show off my Florida tan mid-December, but after a few cloudy days tarnished my dreams of arriving home bronzed and glamorous, I foolishly made a trip to a tanning salon. After a devilish eight minutes in what looked like a human microwave, I swore I would never return again. This week, the Food and Drug Administration announced its intention to make the risks of indoor tanning clear to users.
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Study findings on the dangers of tanning beds are endless (users face a whopping 75 percent greater risk of melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer, to name just one) but the only warning I remember seeing during my visit was the admonition to keep my eyes closed during the process (accompanied by a sad attempt to get me to purchase those crazy-looking tanning goggles). There was, however, a
by Catherine DevineRead More »from 4 Simple, Totally Doable Skin-Safety Tips
David StesnerIt takes just five sunburns over the course of a lifetime to double your risk of melanoma. I know what you're thinking: By now, everyone knows that skin cancer isn't a joke, right? I mean, even the friend who had an unlimited monthly pass to the tanning salon in high school switched to spray tans! As much as we know about skin cancer, though, only about 20 percent of us wear sunscreen daily. (Which is crazy, considering in a poll we did on Allure's Facebook page, 68 percent of our fans said they either have had skin cancer or know someone who has.) But here's the thing: It's never too late to start taking care of your skin. Here, a few sun-protection tricks to keep in mind as the temperatures start to rise:
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* If you're the outdoorsy type, you may want to take a summer vacation from retinols: They thin the top layer of skin and can make you vulnerable to redness and brown spots, says dermatologist Fredric Brandt.
- Allure Daily Beauty Reporter | Beauty on Shine – Wed, May 8, 2013 5:40 PM EDT
by Elizabeth SiegalRead More »from 3 Easy Steps to Faking a Realistic Tan with Bronzer
Roger Cabello Bronzer can make you look glowy...or streaky...or, worst of all, orange and glittery. (And then you look a little like a stripper.) That's the last thing I want for you, so I asked makeup artist and bronzer guru Scott Barnes to share his technique for achieving the most realistic glow with bronzer.
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If you try to fake a tan, it'll look...fake. "One of the most common mistakes is choosing a bronzer that's too dark, and then you look muddy," says Barnes. You're better off going for a subtle glow with a pressed-powder bronzer that's just a half shade darker than your skin. But glittery does not equal glowy, so if you can see any glitter in the formula, steer clear.
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Buff--don't sweep--it on. "You get the lightest, most realistic application by making small circles with a big fluffy powder brush," says Barnes. Tap the excess off the brush first (duh) and then buff it
- Refinery29 | Beauty on Shine – Wed, May 8, 2013 5:24 PM EDT
By Vanessa Golembewski, Refinery29Read More »from Would You Insure the Contents of Your...Makeup Bag?
Sometimes, you and your stuff part ways. It's no one's fault. Well, okay - usually, it's your fault. But, we've all been there. An eyeshadow left at a girlfriend's house. A lip gloss fallen behind in the ladies' toilets. A mascara dropped out of a bag. We get it.
But, as if losing your favorite now-discontinued lipstick weren't enough, a new poll reveals that the annual cost of replacing the lost items of your beauty kit is a whopping $386. And the industrious company behind said data thinks that merits a stand-alone make-up bag insurance policy for women.
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According to a poll by beauty retailer Feel Unique, which surveyed over 2,000 women, one in 10 women spend $94 a month replacing lost beauty items, and the average British woman will spend $386 per year replacing her favorite makeup. What's more concerning is that over a quarter of those women admitted to cancelling a date because they could not
by Jessica RadloffRead More »from Beauty Secrets to Steal from Alice Eve
Benny Horne You may remember Alice Eve (and her fantastically mismatched eyes) from Entourage, but her new role this summer, as the Enterprise's molecular biologist in Star Trek Into Darkness, will propel the Brit into the stratosphere. We asked for her get-pretty expertise.
GLAMOUR: You have heterochromia--your left eye is blue, and your right is green. Curious: Has it influenced how you do your makeup?
ALICE EVE: Usually it's not very noticeable. I did go through a period where I did blue eyeliner on top and a green underneath. I guess I was trying to accept myself.
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GLAMOUR: Both of your parents act. Did your mom pass down beauty tips?
ALICE EVE: Yes! My mom taught me to spray rosewater and glycerin on my face after I've done my makeup, to set it and give a bit of moisture. My favorite is still the Whole Foods rosewater and glycerin spray, which is like $10.
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- BellaSugar | Beauty on Shine – Wed, May 8, 2013 3:55 PM EDT
POPSUGAR BeautySource: Surprise Mom This Mother's Day With These Beauty Buys Under $50
If you're like us, then Mom was the first woman whose makeup bag you rifled through, whose perfume you smelled, and whose lipstick you smeared across your face as a little girl. Since she's probably the first woman who introduced you to the lovely world of beauty, shouldn't you return the favor? In honor of Mother's Day on May 12, we've rounded up 10 top tier gifts that cash in for under $50. Click through and get shopping.
- For a mother who is constantly toiling with her hands or is on her feet day after day, gift her Ahava's Color Me Hydrated ($27) set, which contains mini bottles of the brand's ultrahydrating lotions.
- Clinique's Makeup Value Set in Pretty Pinks and Plums ($40) is an instant makeup-bag makeover for Mom.
- Let Mom have a mini spa day right in her own shower with Diptyque's The Art of Body Care Set ($50).
- Soap-obsessed mom? She'll love L'Occitane's Grasse Soap Trio ($24), which
- Girls in the Beauty Department, Glamour Magazine | Beauty on Shine – Wed, May 8, 2013 3:48 PM EDT
(They Might Change Your Life, or at Least Your Facebook Page)Read More »from 11 Game-Changing Secrets of Really Photogenic People
by Petra Guglielmetti
Having just renewed two government-issued IDs, I have been harshly reminded of what NOT to do when being photographed: stare straight-on at the camera, do a weird half-smile. As a beauty blogger, I've mastered looking cute in selfies, but as evidenced on my license and passport, when I don't dig into my bag of photo-posing tricks, I look...intense.
The experience traumatized inspired me to investigate further why some people look so amazing in photographs. I picked three of my most photogenic Facebook friends (they always look gorgeous!) and asked them to reveal their personal photo-taking tricks. And, oh boy, did I get some good, extremely specific advice for you. Read on.
courtesy of the subjectEleanor Langston, beauty writer--like me, she's photographed frequently for work and is constantly surrounded by beauty-obsessed people. All of this teaches a girl to pose. She also has unfairly perfect hair, but let's not get
- BellaSugar | Beauty on Shine – Wed, May 8, 2013 3:42 PM EDT
Source: 5 Ways to Beauty Nirvana, According to Nina DobrevRead More »from 5 Ways to Beauty Nirvana, According to Nina Dobrev
It seemed only appropriate that we ask The Vampire Diaries' Nina Dobrev her secret to healthy skin - and looking totally refreshed - at an early-morning event for Origins' latest product, the GinZing Energy Boosting Moisturizer ($27). The brunette starlet just finished filming the fourth season of her hit CW series, and made a quick pit stop in NYC before officially embarking on her Summer adventures. Read on for what she revealed about her skin care routine, the weirdest beauty treatment she's tried (recently), and what she can't leave the house without.
1. On her skin care routine: Nina spends much of her days on the Vampire Diaries set in full hair and makeup, so it makes sense that she takes her skin care routine very seriously. "Even when it looks like I'm not wearing much makeup, I totally am. So, as soon as I'm done on set - I don't even wait until I get home - I'll use a makeup wipe, wash my face, and then use a hot
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