Thanks to Lily Collins, Cara Delevingne and more stars blessed in the brow department, full arches have been trending since early 2013. But retiring your tweezers isn’t always enough to get thick, dramatic brows, especially if you’ve been plucking or waxing yours beyond recognition for several years. Read More
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While we’re busy trying to look cute in the cold weather, some of our favorite celebs are spending their holiday vacations in bikinis. And since it’s never to early to start shopping for a good bathing suit, we rounded up a few of our favorite styles. (And yes, this post also serves up some serious fitness inspiration.) Read More
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No jokes here: Chelsea Handler’s got a whole new look — and she’s loving it!
After rocking longer-than-shoulder-length blonde hair for ages, the comedian and host of Chelsea Lately decided she was ready for a change. And don’t take our word for it: She posted the below photo to Instagram with the caption “I’m done with hair.”
Remember the days when stars would rather walk the red carpet naked than be snapped without a full face of makeup? Yeah, we don’t either. With her bare-faced Instagram posted today, Rihanna joins a huge group of A-list stars who are sharing makeup-free shots with the world via social media. Whether it’s to show how normal they are, to control the “natural” look they want to present or just to brag about how amazing their skin is, the hottest trend in Hollywood is to snap a just-woke-up selfie, slap a Valencia filter on it and let the compliments roll in. Check out some of our favorite recent makeup-free shots below and tell us: Who did bare-faced best?
We know, we know — we couldn’t believe it, either. But that’s what Jennifer Aniston revealed to Redbook in her interview for their October issue. “I usually shape the hair around my face with my fingers — just twist it and then refine it with a brush and let it air-dry.”
That sensation you’re feeling wash over you now is called hair envy.
What’s more, she also shares two other pieces of no-way news. For one, she uses the same amount of hair product as her fiancé, Justin Theroux. (Yes, the same dude who rides a motorcycle and struts around in badass boots and a leather jacket.) We’re not sure if that means she doesn’t use much or he uses a ton, but either way, color us surprised.
And second, she’d never — that’s right, never — try red lips. “Super bleached blondes — like Gwen Stefani — can get away with it, but it’s tough to pull off with my color.” [Editor’s note: We beg to differ, and in fact, would love to see you take more beauty risks. But it’s your world, Aniston.]
For more on Aniston’s beauty routine, click here or check out the October issue of Redbook, on newsstands now.
Which of these secrets do you find most surprising? Do you think Aniston should take a style risk and try red lips?
What We're Clicking: Gisele Bündchen Sings for H&M, Plus: Leighton's Pretty Much French Now, and More!
–Question: Who knew Gisele Bündchen could sing? Answer: We sure didn’t, which is why we’re so obsessed with her surprisingly awesome cover of the Kinks’ “All Day and All Night” that she sings as part of her new H&M ad campaign. [YouTube]
–While we may always remember her as the quintessential Upper East Side schoolgirl, Leighton Meester will also now be the face of chic Parisian girls everywhere in the French clothing brand Naf Naf’s fall campaign. [WWD]
–InStyle has launched its first-ever Social Media Awards and is giving you the chance to vote on your favorite, um, socialites on Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and Pinterest. [InStyle]
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If there is one thing we love about holiday weekends (aside from the parties and food), it’s the roundups. So we couldn’t let this day go by without pulling together some of most memorable looks from the past three months. (And yes, we hope you are reading this on the beach right now!)
1.Floral Crowns: They started at Coachella, and ended at … nowhere. Surprisingly, this hippied-out headgear is still in play.