Have you ever wondered what goes on in the minds of celebrities as they are getting dressed for awards shows? Do they regret their decision to pair Timberland platforms with a mullet skirt once they're on the red carpet (we're looking at you, Robyn), or do they feel like their neon orange doily gown hit just the right note? Join us for a peek inside the minds of the stars as they strike a pose on the red carpet.
Why wait until fall to wear bright, punchy colors? At the Charlotte Ronson show at New York Fall 2012 Fashion Week, models sported lavender eyes paired with a red-orange lip. Inspired by Ronson’s ‘70s vibe, this look is so right—right now, that is.
We went backstage at the KAELEN and Tadashi runway presentations at New York Fashion Week, where both collections were accompanied by easy updos that are fresh takes on a classic low bun.
Who said looking like a ballerina requires years of blistered feet and pas de bourrées? Now, thanks to OPI's latest SoftShades collection, inspired by the New York City Ballet, it's as easy as a quick trip to the salon. "The beige, pink, and white lacquers bring to mind classic ballet slippers, tutus and leotards, while the sheer lilac and gray add muted color to ballet's traditional pink," said OPI Executive VP Suzi Weiss-Fischmann.
"Effervescent," "sophisticated," "bold," "warm"—the words we use to describe scents are often synonymous with the ones we use to describe people. That's why when looking for a new perfume, we often think outside of what just smells good. Yeah, we're new agey and deep like that, even when it comes to beauty products. These six new fragrances not only smell divine but made us think about what kind of woman would wear each one. If your style is a reflection of your personality in some way, consider one of these fragrances as the final touch. Who do you want to be?
It’s official: fashion bloggers are taking your job.
We think choosing between a make-out sesh and a perfectly rouged smile is one choice you shouldn’t have to make—not that there’s really any contest there. Kiss proof lipstick that will last through whatever your date may bring.
We clearly want to be Rachel McAdams. Not only did she earn the illustrious spot in our Look of the Week, but we also love her makeup from the Los Angeles premiere of Journey 2: The Mysterious Island. Here, she proves that a serious smoky eye doesn’t have to look heavy, caked-on, or stripperific.
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