Claire Danes

Emmys 2013 Beauty Breakdown: The Lips & Tips Roundup

Sep/23/2013 at 12:12 PM ET

We’ve already doled out some major Emmys beauty superlatives (Lena Dunham, we’re looking at you … and your eyeshadow). But on Monday morning, we woke up with the urge to zero in on the best smiles and nails of the night. Spoiler alert: There wasn’t much in the way of out-there experimentation this year, but that suits us just fine, since we’re happy to copy their looks for ourselves.
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The 9 Best Dressed Stars at the Emmy Awards

Sep/23/2013 at 12:02 AM ET

Emmys red carpet style Landov(2); Getty

Now that all of the statues have been handed out (yay, Breaking Bad!), it’s time for us to dole out some honors as well. We’re giving major props to these A-listers who all had Outstanding Performances by a Gown.
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Claire Danes's Emmys Hair: Should She Cut It For Real?

Sep/22/2013 at 08:30 PM ET

Claire Danes Emmys 2013 John Shearer/Invision for Academy of Television Arts

We’ve had our hearts broken by faux bobs before, but we thought Claire Danes might be different. When we got a glimpse of the star’s super-short hair as she passed by the camera, there was a flurry of excitement around the office. “This could be the real thing!” we shouted.

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Alas, our enthusiasm was short-lived. Mere moments later, during a truly delightful mock interview with her BFF Lena Dunham (who grabbed the mic from Ryan Seacrest — we think she may have missed her true calling), Danes revealed that her chin-length cut was pinned under and for one night only.

Sigh. Once we got over our disappointment, we got to thinking: Danes looks pretty awesome with the do, so perhaps she should take the plunge and chop her hair for real.

What do you think? Should Danes get herself to the salon and go for a bob?

–Alex Apatoff

Claire Danes Goes All 'Glam Carrie Mathison' For Vogue

Jul/15/2013 at 04:08 PM ET

Claire Danes Vogue cover Courtesy Vogue

Homeland fans may never get that moment where Carrie and Brody finally get some peaceful snuggle time — so Vogue stepped in and made it happen for them.

And then to put the icing on the cake, they taped an adorable video of their real life alter egos, co-stars Claire Danes and Damian Lewis answering questions about their favorite things, with Lewis speaking in his real, super-sexy British accent.

Oh yeah, and the clothes are nice too. Danes poses in gorgeous looks from Donna Karan New York, Hermès, Narciso Rodriguez (in the photo below — Danes calls him her favorite designer) and Burberry Prorsum (on the cover).

PHOTOS: Check out summer-perfect star hair here!

But as beautiful and light as the photos are, Danes gets serious in the interview, talking about her experiences with “mean girls” as a teen (and grown-up!) and dark times when she wasn’t acting. But when you watch the way her face lights up in the video while talking about baby Cyrus, you’ll know she’s no Carrie Mathison.

Check out the interview and all the photos here or in the August issue, on stands July 23, then tell us: What do you think of Danes’s photos with Lewis? Are you excited for Homeland to return?
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Seventies Hair Is Huge (Literally!) at the White House Correspondents Dinner

Apr/28/2013 at 12:07 PM ET

White House Correspondents' Dinner HairDimitrios Kambouris/Getty (3)

The jokes were biting, the gowns were gorgeous and the hair was big (and feathered) at the White House Correspondents Dinner Saturday night.

Beth Behrs, Sofia Vergara and Claire Danes all were rocking their version of the Farrah Fawcett — between Behrs’s wispy, sideswept bangs, Vergara’s cascading curls and Danes’s outwardly swept, feathered and curled front tendrils, the three stars could have recreated Fawcett’s iconic poster.

And though the hair was retro, the gowns were all modern (Behrs wore Donna Karan Atelier, Vergara was in Herve L Leroux and Danes wore Prada). And all three ladies were some of the most stunning at the party (and they had some major competition!)

Tell us: What do you think of these stars’ fine feathered hair?

SAG Awards Beauty Breakdown: Lips & Tips

Jan/28/2013 at 12:30 PM ET

The real winners at the SAG Awards? Celeb makeup artists, who apparently found their star clients willing to go bold with their beauty looks on Sunday night. We spotted lipstick in a range of shades from neutral to very vampy; when it came to manis, stars sported everything from classic ballet-pink tips to Pinterest-approved nail art. Here are the 12 ladies whose looks we plan to copy soon — plus the exact lip and polish color they picked.

Anne Hathaway
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Anne Hathaway: Makeup artist Kate Lee tells PEOPLE that the deep rose color she used on the best supporting actress winner (Chanel Rouge Coco Hydrating Creme Lip Colour in Taffeta Rose, to be specific) was essentially a more intense version of the star’s pout’s natural color. And while her makeup was subdued, Tom Bachik went funkier with her nails, using two coats of L’Oréal Paris Colour Riche Nail in I Will! to serve as the base for the butterfly accents on her middle and ring fingers.

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The Lipstick Report: Golden Globes Edition

Jan/14/2013 at 01:00 PM ET

Red was the color of the night when it came to gowns, but there was hardly a red lip to be seen on any star at the Golden Globe Awards on Sunday night. Instead, we spotted a sea of pink, plum, fuchsia and nude pouts; here are the 11 ladies whose lip colors we loved and the exact shade they were wearing.

Amy Adams
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Amy Adams: To ensure that her delicate blush Marchesa gown didn’t wash her out, Adams’s makeup artist, Stephen Sollitto, went for a richer lip. He applied Laura Mercier Crème Smooth Lip Colour in Plum Orchid underneath the line’s Lip Glacé in Raspberry for a hint of shine. The results? One pretty pink pout.

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