Beauty Debate

The Kardashians Love the Wet Hair Look - but Which Sister Rocks It Best?

Aug/11/2014 at 01:19 PM ET

Everyone has their go-to hairstyle, whether it’s beach waves, a low-key braid or a messy pony. But in Kardashianland, there’s one look that works for every occasion: slicked-back, wet-look strands worn straight down your back. Seriously, if members of the reality TV dynasty were to open their own salon (we’re waiting for ‘Kardashian Kut & Blow’ to happen) the bold look would definitely be on the styling menu. See each sister’s take in the photo below.

Kim Kardashian, Kendall Jenner wet hair look photosGetty(3);RB/Bauer-Griffin/GC

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Khloé Kardashian Gets a Golden Grill, Invites Your Reactions

Jul/11/2014 at 11:48 AM ET

The Kardashians love to be on the cutting edge of bold fashion and beauty trends, and we think Khloé Kardashian is attempting to take the title of biggest risk taker. Her latest move? A grill. Because, why not.

Khloe Kardashian grill photoCourtesy Khloe Kardashian; Inset: Getty

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Emma Stone Hair Debate: Super-Straight or Super-Curly? We Take Sides

Apr/17/2014 at 09:00 AM ET

Fact 1: Emma Stone has shiny, gorgeous hair. Fact 2: She’s been nailing it on the red carpet while touring the globe to promote The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Fact 3: PeopleStyleWatch.com editors really love discussing these two previous facts. And during one of those discussions, a great debate started to brew. Does Emma’s hair look better straight or curly? Below, we bring you two strong opinions.

Emma Stone hair WireImage; Zuma

Brittany Talarico, Associate Style Editor: I love Emma, but she looked like she was going to a Great Gatsby theme party with that tight pin curl thing happening at the Berlin premiere of The Amazing Spider-Man. And I’m personally over the whole ’20s Gatsby vibe. Sure it’s glamorous and can be fun in the right context, but when you have such shiny healthy hair like the actress, wearing it sleek and straight is a no-brainer. Seriously, look how amazing it looks in the left photo above. She’s like a walking Keratin add. I also think her straight strands enhance her color. So next time you’re debating between the two looks Emma, always go straight. (Unless you’re doing the whole old Hollywood loose curl thing like this magic moment. That I’m okay with.)

Alex Apatoff, Style News Editor: Brittany, did you have a big bowl of Nope this morning? Emma’s curls are super-gorgeous. The only thing I don’t like about them is that there’s no way I’ll ever be able to replicate this look myself. Every star in Hollywood does the sleek, straight blowout, but so few ever experiment with gorgeous, goddess-y looks like this one (and I give her hair pro Mara Roszak major snaps for being able to pull all these styles off so beautifully — just look at the photo below!). I love that Emma’s willing to play with texture, length and volume. Maybe I’m biased as a curly girl myself, but I’ll take shiny spirals over simple strands anyday.

Whose side are you on? Share your thoughts below. And don’t forget to take a look at Emma’s straight to curly hair spectrum!

Emma Stone hairWireImage (2); Bauer-Griffin; Zuma

Jennifer Lopez's '80s Hair on American Idol: Let the Beauty Debate Begin

Apr/10/2014 at 01:16 PM ET

Jennifer Lopez American Idol hairJames Whatling/Splash News Online; Getty

Jennifer Lopez‘s style and beauty parade on American Idol is just as captivating as the contestants’ performances. Okay, we exaggerate, but the superstar judge has been knocking it out of the park recently. Wednesday’s Top 8 show was dedicated to the ’80s, and Lopez totally went for the theme. (As did Keith Urban and his mullet). But her kinky side-swept voluminous tresses and bold shadow have editors at odds. Since hair, like love, is a battlefield, we had to debate the look below.
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Daring Dresses and Over-the-Top Eyeliner: Vote In Our Fashion and Beauty Polls!

Jan/24/2014 at 09:00 AM ET

Margot Robbie styleFrazer Harrison/Getty

If you’ve seen Wolf of Wall Street you know Margot Robbie can act — and she looks amazing in lingerie. And if you’ve seen her on the red carpet, you know the actress has also proven she’s just as stylish fully clothed. (Did you see her Golden Globes gown?) But Robbie has made one fashion choice that divided editors here while attending a screening for her film in this tri-color Delpozo midi with crystal embellishments hanging from the bodice. So we’re leaving it up to you to decide: In or out? Vote on this dress below (and share additional thoughts in the comments) for a chance to be featured in an upcoming issue! Read More

Obsessed or Hot Mess? We Take On Neon Lips, Purple Eyeshadow and More

Nov/26/2013 at 01:30 PM ET


If this Thanksgiving dinner is the first time you’re going to see Grandma in a few years, you may not want to break out the star beauty looks from our Obsessed or Hot Mess beauty debate video. But if you’re going clubbing with the cousins afterwards, that’s the perfect time to try the bold purple shadow, electric pink lips and monochromatic makeup seen on our favorite celebrites — and discussed by Senior Style Editor Zoë Ruderman and Style Director Andrea Lavinthal in the link above.
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Beauty Debate: Can You Do Bright Eyeliner?

Jul/19/2013 at 09:00 AM ET

Before you reach for the bright blue liner this weekend, allow senior editor Zoë Ruderman and style director Andrea Lavinthal to steer you in the right direction.

With the right tools and a steady hand, you could look as cute as all the cool girls — Selena, Kristen and Jessica. But make a wrong move, and you could look straight outta the ’80s.

Watch our latest Beauty Debate video, above, to get the perfect pointers on how to make your eyes pop with a little bright liner, then tell us: Are you into the bright liner trend?

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