Because my hair is over-processed, dry and damaged, I only wash it about once a week. Which means that when I “do” it, I better do it right – or else my hair will look jacked for the next seven days. Forget a bad hair day; it’s more like a bad hair week for me. So when I’m offered CONTINUE READING
This weekend, grab your girlfriends and go see The Best Man Holiday – which hits theaters today.
On Tuesday, I attended a screening with Mama Spoiled Pretty and her BFF, Estelle – and we had so much fun. We laughed hard and cried harder (this rom-com is also a tearjerker - so bring some tissues). In fact, I got so CONTINUE READING
As a beauty expert, women always ask me for tips on long-lasting, fresh-looking, flawless makeup. And my answer is always the same: make time to prime. It doesn’t matter whether you have 50 minutes or 5 minutes to apply your makeup – you should always take the time to prep your canvas to achieve the best result possible. You CONTINUE READING
Neutrogena announced today that Emmy nominated actress (and my homegirl) Kerry Washington has joined the brand’s current roster of talent. Smart move, right? I mean...just look at this goddess's face!
Not only will Kerry be one of the faces for Neutrogena - but for the first time ever, she will also serve as a “creative consultant” to the brand, sharing CONTINUE READING
As you probably know, I am a marketing professional by day, a beauty blogger by night and a mom/wife 24/7. But what you may not know is that, after graduating from college, I attended law school. Ultimately, I chose a different path - which makes me much happier. What doesn't make me happy, however, are the school loans I've CONTINUE READING
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Shopbop doesn't have sales often, so I plan to take advantage of the savings. Here's what I've got in my virtual shopping cart (I won't get everything, CONTINUE READING
If ever there was a commercial for dry shampoo, it was the first two episodes of I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here. In nearly every frame, Heidi (Montag) Pratt clutches a can of dry shampoo as if it were a canteen of water and she’s a contestant on Survivor: Sahara Desert.
In one scene, Speidi pretends to quit the show, only to circle back to camp and stir up more drama. When Spencer learns that the other contestants (believing the duo were actually heading for The Hills) had claimed Heidi’s belongings, he loses his damn mind. Lesson learned: don’t get between Heidi and her dry shampoo. Spencer will cut a bitch!
And at one point, as Speidi vapidly rocks in a hammock and preens for the cameras, Heidi spritzes her husband’s hair. Um, Heidi…a word of advice: it’s going to take more than a few mists of dry shampoo to neutralize your slimy, trouble-making mate.
I predict that, once the Gosselin mania dies down, these media whores will (for the umpteenth time) grace the cover of Us Weekly – hocking a line of dry shampoos with Heidi’s mug on the can.
For the 2009 MTV Movie Awards, CoverGirl makeup artist Molly R. Stern created a sexy and edgy look for Gossip Girl star Leighton Meester. “She wanted to look like herself while celebrating the rock ’n roll spirit of the night,” says Molly.
For last month’s Maxim Hot 100 party, Kim Kardashian rocked gorge emerald eyes. On his blog, Kim’s makeup artist, Mario Dedivanovic, posts about the products he used to create the look.
Hey guys… For the Maxim Hot 100 event, Kim wore an all while dress and the hair was pulled back so I definitely wanted to use a little bit of color on her eyes and green is my favorite color. I really like how this look came out on her and it photographed beautifully. When using a color on the eyes, keep the cheeks and lips soft and pretty. Here’s how to get the face…
Mariah Carey is almost unrecognizable in the new independent film, Precious.
To prepare for the role of social worker, Mrs. Weiss, the chanteuse packed on the pounds; she appears on screen sans makeup and sporting a dark brown do, which only serves to make her pallor look more pronounced.
The part is a far cry from her Razzie Award winning portrayal of Billie Frank in 2001′s Glitter.
The movie, adapted from “Push: A Novel,” premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January where it won the Audience Award and Grand Jury prize for best drama.
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