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2 posts tagged "Amber Rose"

Things We Learned From Bonnaroo

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Bonnaroo 2011 is officially in the books and while the Eminem, Arcade Fire and Black Keys-fronted outdoor camping extravaganza didn’t bring out the kind of celebrity sightings we’ve come to expect from the annual music and arts festival (a face-painted, Indian headdress-wearing Drew Barrymore was sorely missed this year), we still managed to glean a few beauty tips from the talent onstage (and their backstage hangers-on).  Here, three lessons learned form the Tennessee valley:

1. Flowers, Not Feathers
Karen Elson passed on plumage and embraced petals instead, sporting a gigantic, bejeweled ginger
bloom behind her ear.

2. Don’t Forget Your Statement Lip
The day of the strong pout, on the other hand, is far from over, as Amber Rose demonstrated with a bright pink mouth backstage during new beau, Wiz Khalifa’s set.  Wiz is no Kanye, but we’re glad to see that Rose is keeping up her fashion savvy after splitting from the front-row fixture.

3. When In Doubt, Wear Waterproof
Musicians are are no strangers to the smoky eye, but Sleigh Bells front woman Alexis Krauss worked the sultry look with impressive ease even when swinging her head back and forth and working up an on-stage sweat. That, dear readers, is the power of a good waterproof shadow like Make Up For Ever
Aqua Cream
, which stays put even when the hard rocking ensues.

Photo: Getty Images

Daphne Guinness’ Scary Stare

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Seeing as how Daphne Guinness has made the skunk stripe her signature hairstyle, she easily ranks among both the beauty and fashion worlds’ avant-garde. But she’s been taking her proclivity for quirkiness that extra step further during the Paris shows by making crazy eyes at photographers, literally. The heiress-turned-perfumer has been favoring crystallized contact lenses of late, an odd trend that is picking up steam in New York as well (we saw you sans irises at that Persona magazine party last month, Amber Rose). We’re all for pushing the envelope, but at the end of the day, do these optical illusions come off as stylishly eccentric or just plain weird?

Photo: Greg Kessler