Too much shimmer can make a face look greasy and mask-like, but just the right amount in just the right place can make anyone look luminous and radiant. The secret is choosing a single area of the face to highlight. Such is the case with Margot Robbie of ABC’s Pan Am who transformed a minimal-makeup look into something special with just a touch of shimmer on the cheekbones.
The Streeps and Clooneys and DiCaprios of Hollywood need no introduction, but 2011 saw so many breakout stars, there are sure to be a few unfamiliar faces accepting awards this year. Well, you won’t be very much fun at the office water cooler if your response to every Oscar- or Globes-related discussion is a meek, “I don’t know who that is.” Even if you never ventured into a multiplex in 2011, here’s everyone you need to know this awards season.
The holidays are over, so let’s all agree to slowly back away from the glitter. In fact, let’s just clean the slate and start the new year with makeup and hair looks that are simple, natural, fresh, and easy to achieve. At the season finale of The X Factor in Los Angeles, Zooey Deschanel kept things simple and low-key—a look that’s appropriate anywhere and anytime.
In the 1970s, bigger was better. In the ’80s and ’90s, its popularity waxed and waned.
Beauty advertisements are meant to show us the ideals in order for us to buy the product they are selling- but how far is too far. Should Photoshop in beauty ads be illegal?
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If you have dark hair and brown eyes, this silver shadow look seen on Grey’s Anatomy star Sara Ramirez will be the perfect accessory to any sparkling cocktail dress.
If the cardboard cozies that the fashion-challenged baristas carelessly slip onto your morning cup o
This was the week of holiday movie premieres. With "New Year's Eve," "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows," "Young Adult," and other flicks hitting theaters this weekend, that meant several red carpets crowded with festive star-studded style. Here are some of the sartorial highlights!