26 posts tagged "Angelina Jolie"
Between film premieres, parties, and celeb-studded events around the globe, this week was full of memorable hair and makeup looks (including Rita Ora’s cornrows and Gigi Hadid’s orange lids). Here, we recap five more of our favorite beauty moves.
Camilla Belle; Gucci Museo Cocktail Party; São Paulo, Brazil
With summer temps fast approaching (hello, humidity!), we’re seeing lots of fresh makeup and fuss-free hair on the red carpet. At Gucci’s cocktail party in Brazil, Camilla Belle opted for an easy slicked-back bun and a touch of teal eyeliner on her lower lash lines.
Elle Fanning; Maleficent World Premiere; Hollywood, CA
Fanning always manages a distinct yet age-appropriate red-carpet look. Dewy skin and rosy lips were the perfect reference to her ethereal Maleficent character, Aurora.
Juno Temple; Maleficent World Premiere; Hollywood, CA
Angelina Jolie; Maleficent World Premiere; Hollywood, CA
Though the rest of Jolie’s look seemed inspired by her wicked Maleficent character—rubberized silk dress, double-ended spike earring—a classic ponytail ensured it didn’t feel overly severe.
Amber Heard; Aleim Magazine Fourth Issue Launch; New York, NY
Heard’s effortless look for last night’s Aleim party is likely to become our summer uniform: white dress, red lip, loose bun. Bring on the heat.
Following a brief stint as a dark and broody brunette, Jennifer Lawrence is back to flaxen—and is now the proud owner of a brand-new layered bob. The best-actress award winner debuted her Mark Townsend-engineered cut at this weekend’s GLAAD Media Awards. [People]
Lady Gaga is also embracing the chop. The pop star showed off a neck-grazing, platinum crop last night in L.A. [Daily Mail]
Spring’s blonde brigade got another new member this weekend: Minka Kelly. The Friday Night Lights star went a shade of honey gold, courtesy of celebrity colorist Tracey Cunningham. [Glamour]
Brangelina’s oldest daughter, Shiloh, might be a tomboy, but their youngest, Vivienne, is proving to be an early adopter of all things girly. The four-year-old was spotted sporting a pink manicure while on an errand with her mom yesterday in Beverly Hills. [E!]
The latest face of Dermablend, the L’Oréal-owned line of complexion enhancers with incredible coverage, is Rick Genest—better known as the Nicola Formichetti muse Zombie Boy. The heavily inked Genest refers to his tattoos as “[his] project,” which isn’t quite completed. “I’ve got a couple of blank spots,” he says. “It develops, you know, with time.” As far as using the product he’s now promoting, the Canadian-born artist admits that he doesn’t really wear concealer, “except in the ads, and some fashion shows.” [WWD]
Ever wonder how the Duchess of Cambridge’s hair looks so perfectly bouncy and straight, no matter where she’s being photographed? The answer is regular blow-outs—three of them a week. But in an interesting turn of events, she still insists on visiting London’s Richard Ward salon for the service, rather than have a stylist come to her. You can take the girl out of Bucklebury… [Us]
Breaking: Joan Rivers has announced that she’s quit Botox. What happens to her face now is anyone’s guess. [msnbc]
“I’ve already got my horns fitted. My kids are very happy,” says Angelina Jolie as the first images of her as Maleficent in the remake of Sleeping Beauty surface online. Crazy contacts, deep contours, and a bright red lip are also on the agenda. [EW]
We’re not going to pretend that we had any serious plans to go see Pixar’s new movie Brave, but this detail may have changed our mind: the lead character, Merida, a young red-headed Scottish lass, boasts hair made up of 1,500 individually sculpted curves, distinct points in a three-dimensional space, which are programmed to bounce and interact in relation to one another via a new software system. “Another software program was created to make the hair react more realistically to the character’s movements and surroundings,” according to Pixar. And the intrigue mounts. [WSJ]
Jennifer Lawrence has finally decided to lighten up her brunette Hunger Games hair. The blonde hasn’t return to her pre-shooting flaxen but has settled on an almost auburn hue. [InStyle]
For her latest beauty evolution, Rihanna has gotten a brand-new tattoo. The Barbados-born singer showed off her pale pink “Thug Life” scrawl in a Twitpic that also featured a set of long, pink nails and a bright red lip. [Daily Mail]
Brangelina is supporting their eldest daughter Shiloh’s desire to be more like her brothers than her sisters and have given her a very short boy cut. We’re still pretty sure she’s going to be the most beautiful teenage girl the world has ever seen. [Us]
While nationwide tan bans and last year’s tan tax may have deterred adults and their teenagers from exposing themselves to harmful indoor—and outdoor—UV rays, it seems as though tweens still haven’t gotten the message. New research shows that kids as young as 10 are willing to go without sunscreen for a “fashionable tan.” [Fashion Etc.]
Just in case it wasn’t already abundantly clear, a new “making of” video from the production of Angelina Jolie’s Louis Vuitton ad clearly shows the actress getting made up for her allegedly sans-maquillage print campaign. [Ad Week]
Bad news, diet cola lovers—Karl Lagerfeld included. Two new studies show that guzzling the low-calorie beverages may make you want to eat more as artificial sweeteners can increase blood sugar levels and trigger your appetite. [Daily Mail]
Wrinkles, excessive sweating, and migraines have all been successfully treated by Botox. Now asthma joins the list of ailments treatable with a simple injection of the wonder drug, straight to the voice box. Too bad about Botox’s reported emotional repercussions, though. [Telegraph]
With the men’s skincare market booming and makeup for guys potentially looming in the not so distant future, Ulta is capitalizing on the trend. The retailer will open special “men’s spaces” in locations nationwide come August. [Reuters]
In similar news, MAC has announced that Olympic figure skater Johnny Weir will be the face of its holiday color collection, aptly called Glitter and Ice. [NYP]