Jennifer Garner

Jennifer Garner's Bangs: Are You Loving Them?

Aug/23/2013 at 04:24 PM ET

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In all the furor surrounding Ben Affleck‘s latest job assignment (in case you’ve been on a Twitter hiatus, he’s the newest Batman), you may have missed some equally exciting breaking news: His wife Jennifer Garner has gone and gotten some fabulous new bangs.

RELATED PHOTOS: See even more awesome star hair switch-ups here!

After years of rocking the same one-length, center-parted strands (straightened and parted to the side for fancy occasions), the actress was spotted out on the set of Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day with newly shorter and layered strands and some eyebrow-grazing bangs. She also appeared to have traded in honey highlights for an allover chestnut color.

They say good things come in threes, so it seems fitting that Garner’s bangs debuted the same week as Jennifer Love Hewitt’s and Kelly Osbourne’s, both of which you loved. Tell us: Are you as into Garner’s bangs as you were for the other two?

–Alex Apatoff

Jennifer Garner's Max Mara Ad: Go Behind the Scenes

Jul/15/2013 at 06:05 PM ET

Max Mara Jennifer Garner Courtesy Max Mara

Jennifer Garner is one classy lady, which is why we were excited to find out that the rumors were true: She’s the new face of the equally classy Max Mara.

The collaboration marks Garner’s first time as the face of a fashion brand, as well as Max Mara’s first celebrity spokesperson, according to WWD.

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Chic Clicks: Jennifer Garner, Model? Plus: Kendall Jenner Wants to Be An Angel and More!

Apr/12/2013 at 03:42 PM ET

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–Could Jennifer Garner‘s next big gig be modeling instead of acting? She’s rumored to be shooting a campaign with Max Mara [WWD]

–Get one step closer to raiding the Duchess of Cambridge‘s closet: her beloved brand Issa London is launching a capsule collection with Banana Republic [Daily News]

–And the newest face (and voice!) of Cotton is … (can you guess?) [WWD]

–What happened to all the beautiful clothes when Gossip Girl ended? Turns out, they went to a great cause [Time Warner]

–Kendall Jenner wants to model for Victoria’s Secret. So there’s that. [E!]

Jennifer Garner: 'My Friends Used to Call Me Casper!'

Mar/15/2013 at 09:00 AM ET

Jennifer Garner skin, makeupLarry Busacca/Getty

When it comes to skincare, who better to trust than Jennifer Garner? At 40, she’s a safe sun fanatic, and it shows: her skin is amazing.

“The more that I’ve worked with Neutrogena, the more I’ve learned about skin cancer,” the brand’s ambassador told PEOPLE at Wednesday’s Neutrogena Sun Summit. “It’s our most common… and most preventable form of cancer.”

Garner admits that in the past, she wasn’t as cautious about it. “When I was really young, no one thought of the sun as being a problem,” Garner says. “We would put on baby oil and lay in the sun to try to get brown.”

As it turns out, however, being a theater kid “saved” her complexion. While her friends spent afternoons tanning, “I was inside in the theater geeking out. My friends called me Casper!”

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These days, Garner’s daily makeup routine isn’t complete without SPF. “Right after brushing my teeth and washing my face, I put on sunscreen immediately,” she says. “It has to be in my moisturizer, in my makeup.”
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Red Carpet Trend Report: The Oscars Edition

Feb/28/2013 at 06:00 PM ET

Oscars Red CarpetJason Merritt/Getty; Kevin Mazur/WireImage; Jason Merritt/Getty

We were tempted to say that the two trends on the up are: Jennifer Lawrence. And Jennifer Lawrence. But we recognize we may need to reel in our obsession with the Best Actress winner just a tad, so we found two other Oscars trends worth taking note of. We also identified a beauty look that seems to be on the way out, based on how little we saw of it on the Academy Awards red carpet.

Up: Pale Pastels: Pastels, are by definition, pale, but the ones we saw at the Oscars were even lighter than typical pastels. We lost count of how many ladies wore so-light-it’s-almost-white gowns, but here are some of the ones we do remember: Jennifer Lawrence (ever heard of her?) stunned in a blush Dior gown, Anne Hathaway chose a baby pink Prada dress, Amy Adams slipped into pale blue Oscar de la Renta and Amanda Seyfried donned a lavender Alexander McQueen creation.

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All the Oscars Style & Beauty Moments We're Still Talking About

Feb/25/2013 at 02:30 PM ET

For the most part, it was a stunning, but relatively predictable, Oscars red carpet Sunday night (no dramatic capes, crazy hairstyles or wacky nail art to be found). That said, there were still several ladies who stood out in looks that will more than likely go down in Academy Awards style history — for good and not-so-good reasons. Let’s discuss:

Jennifer Lawrence Oscars Dress
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Jennifer Lawrences’s everything: From her Dior Haute Couture gown (which we totally predicted!) to her stunning 74 carat Chopard necklace worn backward, the star was the night’s big winner both on and off the carpet. Oh, and did you see the dress she changed into for the Vanity Fair after-party? Smoking hot.

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Red Carpet Trend Report: The Scoop on Textured Dresses, Side Panels & Clunky Shoes

Oct/11/2012 at 06:00 PM ET

Diane Kruger, Jennifer Garner, Amy Poehler Splash News Online; FilmMagic;Getty

We pored over all the photos of celebs at premieres, fundraisers and parties from this week and made predictions about the two frock styles that are growing in popularity and the chunky kicks that are slowly getting replaced by a much more delicate counterpart. And in case you’re wondering, yes, these apply to off-the-carpet, casual looks too. So be sure to read on before your next shopping spree — and we promise you’ll be way ahead of the style curve.

Up: Dresses with textures: We love silk and chiffon as much as the next girl, but we have to admit that the sudden rise in frocks featuring textured material is making us want to ditch smooth fabrics in favor of ones that pack a little more punch. Diane Kruger‘s blue-and-black Chanel dress made us think of flecks of foil and Britney Spears‘s gray Halston Heritage gown had the look of dripping metal. We also wanted to reach out and touch Emma Roberts’s Armani Exchange dress, which featured an interesting raised blue print.

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