Hot Celeb Links

July 21, 2011 by  
Filed under Found & Loved

Beyonce Covers Complex Magazine (Daily Stab)

Katy Perry Nominated For 9 VMAs (Celeb Dirty Laundry)

Whitney Port: reality Star Turned Designer (tFS)

Denise Richards First PHOTO of Her New Daughter (Fit Fab Celeb)

7 Celebs With Seriously bad Breast Implants (Girls Talkin Smack)

Jay-Z and Kanye West ‘Otis’ (Hollywood Hiccups)

Brooke Mueller Can’t Get It Together (I Need My Fix)

Reese Witherspoon & Jim Toth Honeymoon in Paris (People)








Kardashian Sues Old Navy

July 21, 2011 by  
Filed under Found & Loved

Kim Kardashian is suing Old Navy for using look-alike model in its February commercial. Kardashian’s lawsuit claims consumers may be confused by the ads and the model’s actual endorsements, which include her own clothing store and shoe line. A video of the ad featuring a woman with a striking resemblance to the real Kardashian has been viewed more than two million times on Old Navy’s YouTube channel.

5 Top Tips From Hollywood Makeup Artists

July 21, 2011 by  
Filed under Fashion Tips & Finds

5 Top Tips From Hollywood Makeup Artists

Sure, stars like Jennifer Lopez, Kim Kardashian and Blake Lively are blessed with natural beauty. But make no mistake; they don’t tumble out of bed and onto the red carpet. Instead, they rely on their beauty team to help play up their assets and disguise their less-than-perfect parts. We asked a few top makeup artists for their best tips on getting your gorgeous on.

1. Dress your eyes from inner to outer corner, not bottom to top.
Long ago, most makeup artists tossed out the technique of applying different shades of eye shadow to the lid, the crease and just under the brow bone. For a modern look, apply color in a subtle graduation of lighter to darker, working horizontally — not vertically — says Sharona Rahimian, co-owner of Style Bar Beverly Hills, a hair and makeup studio. A fresh summer nighttime look: a touch of gold on the inner corner of the eye, a wash of pink on the lid, and a swipe of a darker color — green, purple or bronze — on the outer third of the eye, extending just past the corner.

2. Blush believably. “Perfect blush application is all about placement,” says New York City makeup artist Raychel Wade. “Ideally, you want the burst of color to be directly on the apples of your cheeks. A foolproof way of finding this is to nestle the brush directly under your eye pupil and across from the tip of your nose, and blend up and out 2 inches.”

3. Boost a bold mouth with concealer. When Hollywood makeup artist Brett Freedman uses lipstick in shades like red, plum or berry on celebrities such as Katharine McPhee, Lucy Liu and Patricia Heaton, he preps their mouths by applying a pale concealer over their lip lines before applying liner and lipstick. “It gives you a really crisp lip that’s a very grown-up look,” he says. Touch up after dinner by blotting lips with a tissue, then reapplying concealer, lip liner and lipstick.

4. Wear false eyelashes for the flirtiest fringe. Mascara goes a long way in adding length and fullness to the lashes you have, but it takes some extra enhancement to achieve those lush red-carpet lashes. “Nothing opens up the eye and offers the density and glamour of false eyelashes,” says Kerry Herta, an Emmy-nominated makeup artist. It takes just a little practice to master strip lashes; just remember to trim the strip to fit the length of your eye, and apply the teeniest amount of adhesive. To blend your real lashes with the false ones, trace a very thin line of liquid eyeliner at the base of your lashes and apply a final coat of mascara.

5. Shimmer, but just a little. For a super-flattering incandescent look, skip the sparkle and glitter and go for subtle sheen. Apply a touch of a highlighting powder or cream in gold, pink or champagne on the tops of your cheekbones, the bridge of your nose and just under your brow bone. If you have dark under-eye circles, you can add a dot of highlighter just under the center of your eyes too.

Don’t neglect your body. “Every inch of skin that’s exposed should have a bit of gleam to it,” says Freedman. That includes shoulders, arms, decolletage and collarbone. What’s more, a light veil of a luminescent body lotion “will scatter the light to hide flaws, like skin dimpling, and make every body part look a little more perfect,” he says. Secret tip: To make your legs look longer and leaner, put an extra stripe of highlighter up the front on your legs, along the shin bone.

Photo: Getty Images

By Shelley Levitt for The Style Glossy

Stephen Einhorn’s Beautiful Designer Wedding Rings Catch the Eyes of Celebrities

July 21, 2011 by  
Filed under Boys on the Side

Disclosure: The following is a sponsored post.

Your wedding ring says a lot about you; it is a symbol of the loving bond you share as husband and wife.  That’s why choosing the perfect men’s wedding ring is so important.  It needs to fit with your own fashion and style both as an individual and as part of a married couple.

Many male celebrities have stunning wedding rings which make a real statement.  David Beckham’s diamond packed wedding ring is hard to miss, and underlines his status as one of Britain’s most fashionable male celebrities.

A popular trend with wedding rings is engravings.  These add a personal touch to the rings and make them unique.  When he got married, Hollywood actor Hugh Jackman had a Sanskrit engraving put onto his wedding ring, with his wife’s ring also bearing an engraving.  Engravings in a choice of font style can be added to mens wedding rings from Stephen Einhorn and many men choose to have engravings on their rings to make them even more special.

Whether you decided to choose a statement wedding ring, or a more traditional, subtle style, you won’t be short of choice with Stephen EInhorn himself.  You can be confident that a Stephen Einhorn men’s wedding ring will never go out of fashion.

Celebrity Copycat: Mila Kunis’ Look for Less!

July 20, 2011 by  
Filed under Celebrity Copycat

Mila Kunis looked ravishing in a red Lanvin sheath at the NYC Friends with Benefits premiere.  Get Mila’s red hot look for less with pieces from Victoria Secret, Lulu’s & more!

Mila Kunis' Look for Less!

Multi-Way Dress – $69.50 at

Gunmetal Stretch Ring – $50 at

Patent Platform Pumps – $31 at




Gwen Stefani To Launch Harajuku Mini Collection for Target

July 19, 2011 by  
Filed under Fashion Tips & Finds

Gwen Stefani is teaming up with Target to launch Harajuku Mini, a Japanese anime inspired fashion line for children.  The brand will be available in stores and online beginning in November of this year and range in price from $3.99 to $29.99.  “I’ve always wanted to do a cool children’s fashion line inspired by the supercute and playful kid’s clothing you find in Japan,” Stefani told WWD.  “Target has given me the creative freedom to design kid’s clothing that is different than most anything you usually see out there with great quality, attention to detail and most of all, available at amazing prices.”  Big year for Stefani! Not only does her partnership with Target nicely compliment her high-en brand L.A.M.B and Harajuku Lovers fragrance collection, but a new No Doubt album, the band’s first since 2001’s Rock Steady, is also due out this year.


StriVectin-SD Review

July 19, 2011 by  
Filed under Fashion Tips & Finds

I recently used two new products for review: the new StriVection-SD for stretch marks and wrinkles as well as the StriVectin-SD Eye Concentrate.  After four weeks, OMG they work!  I have an olive skin tone and my stretch marks (from gaining and losing weight) are concentrated around my stomach and upper arms.  The stretch marks are still there, but the discoloration was drastically reduced. I also used generous amounts of StriVectin-SD on my neck after washing at night.  It’s made my skin smoother and tighter and I still have some left after four weeks.

The eye cream made a noticable difference after one day of use. I struggle with dark circles under my eyes and I was extremely pleased to see the color revert back to normal, the skin around my eyes tighten and an overall softness in such a quick time.  I would definately recommend both products and I will continue to use both.  Check them out below:

StriVectin-SD Concentrate for Stretch Marks & Wrinkles

StriVectin-SD Eye Concentrate for Wrinkles




Add A Little Heart

July 19, 2011 by  
Filed under Fashion Tips & Finds

Sometimes all it takes is a little heart to sweeten up your look.  Check out the unique twist on some adorable heart accesorries I’ve seen in a while from Yesstyle.

Orange Fringe Necklace – $12

Rock Hard Leather Bracelet – $19.80 at

Oversized Heart Ring – $10.80

Heart Necklace – $46.80






Celebrity Copycat: Kristen Cavallari’s Look for Less!

July 18, 2011 by  
Filed under Celebrity Copycat

Kristen Cavallari looks classically chic in a cable pull over, leggings and ballerina flats.  Great outfit for cool Summer nights that can easily be worn right through winter.  Get Kristen look with pieces from Old Navy, Baghaus and more!

Kristen Cavallari's Look for Less!

Pull Over – $78 at

Leggings – $10 at

Ballerina Flats – $45 at

Satchel – $68 at






Hot Celeb Links

July 18, 2011 by  
Filed under Found & Loved

Puss In Boots Trailer (I Need My Fix)

First Photos: Nick Lachey’s New Bride Vanessa Minnillo’s Wedding Dress (Celeb Dirty Laundry)

Red Carpet Trend: Gowns With Thigh-High Slits (tFS)

Nicole Scherzinger & Lewis Hamilton Get ENgaged (Daily Stab)

Dexter Season 6 PROMO VIDEO (Fit Fab Celeb)

16 Celebrities Playing the Piano (Girls Talkin Smack)

Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony Split (People)







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