It's no surprise why celebrities have such amazing skin. Let's face it, it's their job to look good, they have the money to spend on regular treatments and they have the best of the best in the industry vying to work on them. That's why I love hearing about some of the products they buy on their own that all of us have access to. Take a peek into the cosmetics cases of Victoria Beckham, Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Kelly Osboure and Daisy Lowe to find out what products they can't live without!
It's not just you and me who tweet to the world about their favourite beauty finds. Nope, celebrities do it too. Of course it's questionable if they are getting paid to do it, or if they are just sharing their opinions, considering that Kim Kardashian and Soulja Boy get paid up to £6,000 per tweet (hard to believe, isn't it)? I'll let you be the judge. Check out these five tweets from Lady GaGa, Paloma Faith, Louise Roe, Victoria Beckham and Cheryl Cole and let me know if you think they're pimping something out, or if they're simply just showing their love.
I normally wear flats, sandals or low booties when I'm on an airplane, especially if it's a long haul flight. It's always a tremendous walk from check in through security to the gate, so I just want to be comfortable. Also, it just seems hard to me to lug a suitcase and a carry on balancing in heels. Whilst many women share my philosophy, I've noticed that many others choose fashion over comfort and wear sky high shoes for their trip way up in the skies. Check out some of these celebrities recently photographed at the airport and let me know what type of shoes you like to fly in by leaving a comment below!
From huge celebrity fragrances (yes, more are coming!) to an unexpected color trend for lips, 2012 is bound to break new ground in the world of beauty. Get ahead of the trends with our video preview of what's coming next year.
Last night we joined Gaga fans and fashion enthusiasts at the opening of Lady Gaga's Barneys workshop in NYC. Wearing a custom-made white tweed dress by Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel, Gaga unveiled her 5,500 square foot workshop housing everything from Gaga-inspired sweet treats to accessories and even things for your home (hello, pearl-encrusted tea cup!). As a guest in the store you feel more like you've landed in Willy Wonka's factory — albeit with Gaga's signature flair — than a floor at Barneys. With rainbow-bright hues, technicolor sculptures, and candy displays, the place feels almost like Wonderland where we could've spent hours marveling at Gaga's collection and shopping the night away. That's just what celeb guests like Blake Lively, Brad Goreski, and Prabal Gurung did, making their way around the workshop and sipping cocktails to fete Lady Gaga's grand opening. We caught up with Blake, who aside from picking up a few Gaga goodies, revealed what else is on her holiday wishlist: "I've been going a little Chanel-crazy lately. Also Brunello Cucinelli, I just love his sweaters and his jackets — that's been my Fall splurge." Want to see more? Just step inside for a glimpse of Gaga's world, then head to Barneys NYC to see it for yourself and shop online to score your own Lady Gaga gifts.
Blake Lively managed to show some skin in a suit last night at Barneys New York's launch of "Gaga's Workshop." The bright blue Elie Saab look was finished off with lace-embellished shoulders. It was her latest daring look after wearing a revealing Marchesa number Saturday to the Gossip Girl 100-episodes celebration. Blake had the company of her small screen buddy Matthew Settle last night, as well as Neil Patrick Harris, David Burtka, Brad Goreski, and Alexander Wang. We caught a moment with the actress, and Blake Lively shared her holiday must-haves. She told us she's currently buying lots of Chanel and Brunello Cucinelli for the colder weather.
Lady Gaga herself was on hand to celebrate the opening of her holiday collaboration with the iconic department store. Gaga was decked out for the occasion in a white Chanel gown that was customized by Karl Lagerfeld. There are tons of details about Lady Gaga's Barneys workshop — the installation, which takes over the shop's entire fifth floor, included eight shopping stations customized by Gaga and her team. Fans can browse a jewelry nook, a bookstore, and a boudoir that sell over 170 limited-edition Gaga-themed products as well as some of her favorite items from childhood. The store-within-a-store is open now and will be until Jan. 2, 2012.
Last night at the 2011 MTV Europe Music Awards in Belfast, Northern Ireland, celebrities walked the hot pink carpet with some funky hair and makeup looks. Host Selena Gomez looked pretty with all of her costume and beauty changes and everyone else sported a unique style of their own. Take a peek through my slideshow and leave a comment letting me we know whose look you liked best from last night.
Both Lady Gaga and Pink have been spotted on both sides of the pond wearing a sprig of blue in their typically blond hair. Whilst Pink's is short and spiky, Lady Gaga, not surprisingly, has taken her blue beauty look to another level. A strand of blue hair is wrapped around a bun, yet she also seems to be wearing pale blue blusher, almost channeling a granny. I don't think I'm brave enough to rock blue — how about you?
Las Vegas got even crazier this weekend when the biggest names in music descended onto the property of the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino for the two-day iHeartRadio music festival. The good times kicked off on Friday with performances from Jay-Z, Coldplay, Alicia Keys, the Black Eyed Peas, Carrie Underwood, Bruno Mars, Kelly Clarkson, and Jane's Addiction. Saturday night was just as star studded with energetic sets by Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez, Steven Tyler, Kenny Chesney, Nikki Minaj, Rascal Flats, Usher, and Sting. Music artists weren't the only big names on hand — American Idol host Ryan Seacrest made the trip to the desert to MC the show and brought along girlfriend, and star of the upcoming dance film Footloose, Julianne Hough. Twilight star Ashley Greene was rolling solo to introduce Rascal Flats while Glee's Cory Monteith welcomed Sublime to the stage.
Friends Alicia and Jay-Z closed down Friday night with a rocking rendition of their hit "Empire State of Mind" as Chris Martin watched on from backstage. There were no signs, though, of mom-to-be Beyoncé or Chris's wife Gwyneth Paltrow. The fans kept up their enthusiasm on Saturday when J Lo rocked out her hits "Papi" and "On the Floor." J Lo looked hot in a sexy red dress! Fresh off her tour with Britney Spears, Nikki Minaj got fans on their feet with her "Super Bass." Lady Gaga wrapped up the second night of festivities with a 50-minute set that included chart topper "The Edge of Glory."
Lady Gaga made history with her gender-bending opening performance at the VMAs — dressed in greaser gear as her "You and I" video alter ego Jo Calderone, Gaga recited a monologue before launching into the song. She wore a loose-fitting white t-shirt, black pants, and black shoes — as well as a black jacket that she ceremoniously removed once things got going. Gaga's hair and makeup were subdued, to say the least; she wore a jet black, slicked-back wig, bold brows, and some artfully applied scruff. What do you think of Lady Gaga/Jo Calderone's onstage look?
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