K-beauty has been leading the way in worldwide beauty trends for awhile now, and K-pop is one of the easiest places to see the latest trends in K-makeup showcased. (BTW, did you hear 4Minute is breaking up? Devastating!)
I’m in the mood for some celeb news that doesn’t involve what curvy woman Kanye is or isn’t romantically entangled with, so here’s something topical: Jennifer Aniston’sĀ nail polish! Hey, it’s not hard-hitting news, but we’re not exactly CNN either.
It’s that time of the year again: the Academy Awards are here, a time when we laud actresses for wearing expensive dresses they don’t own and sporting hairstyles and makeup someone else did for them.
But how many times has Taylor Swift worn Elie Saab and Valentino? Wouldn’t it be a much more interesting affair to watch us neophytes try to gracefully lug 9-foot trains down the red carpet in 5-inch Manolos?
We’d instead love to see the civilian Oscars: regular people fielding E! reporter questions while remembering not to smudge their lipstick.
To that end, today we ask you: what would your Oscar style be, from head to toe? What designers would you wear? Would you sport Old Hollywood hair and red lips? A plunging neckline and sequins? Something safe, tried-and-true — or would you dare to go modern, abstract, bold – COUTURE?
We want to hear all about it in the comments below. Describe anything and everything, from pin curls to peep toes!
Let’s face it: you’re not as hot as Kate Upton is. It’s okay, neither am I – but we can all keep working on getting a little closer.
Here’s a step-by-step on how to copy Kate Upton’s hair from her cover of Marie Claire, using Unite products (bt-dubs, if you’re not on that train yet you best get there. Unite rules – and no, they don’t pay usĀ to say that): Continue reading “How To Copy Kate Upton’s Glam Hair” »
Beauty with an attitude
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