18 posts tagged "Amanda Seyfried"
Amanda Seyfried has been hard at work promoting her soon-to-be-released movie Lovelace, in which she plays the title role. Last night, the 27-year-old actress turned up on the red carpet at the film’s New York premiere, wearing a dark denim look from Givenchy’s Resort collection, which she complemented with retro-inspired, glamorous curls courtesy of Thomas Dunkin and a polished red pout painted by makeup artist Katey Denno. Yesterday, Byrdie published a story on the starlet’s beauty routine, including a quote about her affinity for lip color. “I don’t wear a lot of makeup, but I’m into the lipstick thing,” said the Clé de Peau spokeswoman. “It’s a lazy-person thing,” she added. Later in the evening, Seyfried hit up the Cinema Society’s after-party at the Refinery Hotel, and it appeared as though she spent a few thoughtful minutes in the powder room, removing all traces of her statement lipstick before posing for the paparazzi again. We prefer when Seyfried lets her natural beauty shine through. You?
There’s no coming between Beyoncé and her hair. The singing sensation and Met Ball co-chair reportedly demands complete creative control of her hair on set—specifically the set of the four fashion films she recently shot for H&M. [Business Insider]
After almost a year of legal battles, the Kardashian sisters have finally agreed to change the name of their cosmetics range from Khroma Beauty to Kardashian Beauty, to avoid having to pay the copyright holder of the Kroma cosmetics brand $10 million in damages. [Daily Mail]
First came the news that Amanda Seyfried would be the new face of Givenchy’s Very Irresistible fragrance, and now comes the TV ad for the perfume starring the Lovelace actress. It’s a little spaghetti Western, a little nouvelle vague, and it’s got a lot of attitude. [YouTube]
Amanda Seyfried is on her way to earning the coveted beauty trifecta. The Les Mis star already has a cosmetics contract with Clé de Peau, and today comes news that she will replace Liv Tyler as the face of Givenchy’s Very Irresistible fragrance. Now all she needs is a hair contract! [WWD]
Matthew Williamson is getting into the beauty game via a limited-edition collection with Benefit cosmetics. To get people excited about the collab, which launches at the end of the month, the San Francisco beauty giant has just released a teaser video featuring Williamson and his product arsenal. [YouTube]
Good-bye, Harajuku girls. Hello, “Kanjuku girls.” The newest trend to come out of Osaka’s Amemura district is green-and-red dye jobs in the shape of ripe tomatoes, called kanjuku in Japanese. [Daily Mail]
Less shocking but equally statement-making is Nicole Richie’s latest hair evolution, a golden-brown bob with bangs. [Glamour]
More pictures from Beyoncé’s new H&M swimwear ads have been revealed. Her accessories of choice: a tropical flower tucked behind the ear and a belly-button ring. Fierce. [New York Magazine]
The naked truth: Amanda Seyfried’s publicist wouldn’t let her drop trou for Allure‘s May “Look Better Naked” issue, the cover of which she graces. [New York Post]
Yet another reason to keep exercise on the daily agenda: According to a new extensive study conducted by the National Sleep Foundation, working out regularly means higher-quality shut-eye. [HuffPo]
Gisele Bündchen joins the Instagram-ing masses. Expect plenty of selfies. #nofilternecessary [New York Daily News]
New York was definitely not feeling the lipstick love at the Spring shows last month. But once the fashion circuit moved to Europe, painted pouts ruled the runways once more—and continue to dominate the red carpet. A host of big-billing events last night saw a gaggle of A-listers pull out their best bullets for a few seconds in front of the flashbulbs, and with a number of nods to classic Hollywood glamour, scarlet and crimson colors ruled, yielding three stellar mouth moments: In New York, Solange Knowles opted for a bright, matte cerise at the Angel Ball, while Taylor Swift chose a glossy cherry to release her new CD, which is, uncoincidentally, called Red. But Amanda Seyfried’s makeup at the 16th Annual Hollywood Film Awards gala in L.A. just might be our favorite, as she worked the soft-focus, blurred-around-the-edges, rose petal red that Lucia Pieroni made famous backstage at Rochas. But maybe that’s just us. Which do you prefer?