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August 28 2014

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34 posts tagged "Anne Hathaway"

Jonathan Adler X BareMinerals; Another Anne Hathaway Nail Art Shout Out; And More…

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Home design guru Jonathan Adler is getting in on the beauty game with a capsule collection due out in February for bareMinerals that “merges cosmetics with home decor.” [WWD]

Jessica Biel’s beauty secret? “Fire-engine red,” says Mrs. Timberlake. “It makes twice the statement when worn on lips and nails (and shoes!).” [Elle]

Speaking of statement nails, Anne Hathaway’s tips are making headlines once again. The Les Mis star sported a funkified French manicure at the film’s London premiere this week, painting a line of shimmering silver lacquer across a pale ivory base. [Daily Mail]

Photo: Fred Duval/FilmMagic

Anne Hathaway Paints It White

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Anne Hathaway’s hair has been getting a lot of attention recently. The pixie cut that the actress chopped to play Fantine in the latest film adaptation of Les Misérables has been so well received, in fact, it helped earn Hathaway the December cover of Vogue. But today, we’d like to run your attention to the wide-eyed brunette’s fingers, which were adorned with a classic red lacquer, a simple Mociun ring, and a surprising white accent nail at last night’s Women’s Media Awards in New York. It struck us as a fun, lighthearted beauty experiment for a woman who takes her craft so seriously—and happened to make for a wonderful, graphic color coup when held against her black, Victoria Beckham dress, don’t you think?

Photo: Cindy Ord/Getty Images

Anne Hathaway To Stay The Short Course; CC Creams Cometh; And More…

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Anne Hathaway’s on-set duties for Les Misérables may be over, but she has no desire to grow out the pixie cut she chopped off to play the part of Fantine. “I love the short-haired lifestyle,” she says. “I just feel much more satisfied with less now.” [People]

Move over, BB creams. “CC” (Complexion Correction) creams are about to saturate the market with a mousselike texture and stronger skincare ingredients, like epidermal growth factor, which promotes collagen growth. [WWD]

It’s a long-held theory that social conceptions of beauty vary culturally and are largely based on available visuals, which create a specific context. But according to new research, if a new set of visuals is introduced as the standard, our brains will shift to correspond with them—and rather quickly, at that. [Forbes]

Photo: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images

Anne Hathaway’s Catsuit Confession; The Hello Kitty Spa Cometh; And More…

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Anne Hathaway is having a bit of a body crisis. Between slimming down to play the curvaceous Catwoman in July’s much-anticipated The Dark Knight Rises and then the wan, starving Fantine in Les Misérables she’s ben on a crazy workout and dieting schedule. “[It was] a psychological terrorist,” she says, referring to her catsuit. “Thoughts of my suit, changing my life so I would fit into that suit…it dominated my year.I went into the gym for ten months and didn’t come out.” Anything for the art of cinema, right? [VH1]

Dubai has a reputation for being over the top and the latest addition to the city’s towering skyline—with indoor ski slopes et al—is a Hello Kitty beauty spa, the first of its kind. Designed by a Japanese architect, the pampering destination has a Parisian theme—and true to form, sounds totally and utterly over the top. [Daily Mail]

New fragrance, new opportunities for discussions on beauty. Selena Gomez has been doing a lot of talking about her regimen of late to promote her signature scent and today comes news that she doesn’t wear makeup in the summer, just sunscreen. “I’m not too big on cosmetics,” the teen star says adding that a makeup line is probably not in her future. “I never do anything that I’m not really passionate about.” [People]

January Jones has allegedly dyed her hair red and gotten long extensions to showcase the new color. But the paparazzi pictures that have surfaced don’t look much like her, if you ask us. Nevertheless, nothing stops the celebrity hair color wheel from turning. [People]

A skin cream more expensive than gold? At about $265 per gram, Cle de Peau’s limited-edition, crystal encased La Crème will claim that title when it launches in September. [Telegraph]

Photo: © 2011 Warner Bros / www.imdb.com.

Spray-Tan Danger: What You Need To Know; Lauren Hutton, Scissor Sister; And More…

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In what can only be described as a power move to end all power moves, Elizabeth Arden has purchased the fragrance licenses of Justin Bieber and Nicki Minaj from Give Back Brands LLC. Coty Inc., which holds licenses for Beyoncé’s scent empire, not to mention the as-yet-unreleased Lady Gaga perfume, has no doubt taken note. [WWD]

Bad news for the sunless tanning industry—and lovers of glowing skin the world over: A panel of medical experts has revealed that the active chemical used in spray tans—dihydroxyacetone (DHA)—can potentially damage DNA and cause genetic alterations if inhaled. Perhaps it’s finally time to embrace the pale. [IBT]

Lauren Hutton revealed a short crop at Stella McCartney’s Resort presentation on Monday, and apparently, the American Gigolo star cut it herself! “I was closing up a house, and it felt like I needed more closure. I guess I was depressed. I’d been doing that thing where I read The Economist too much. You know, reading it front to back for weeks on end isn’t always good for you. Instead of suicide, I ran into the kitchen and grabbed a pair of poultry shears. I grabbed one half [of my hair] and went whack, and then I grabbed the other side and went whack again!” [The Cut]

Also in the crowd at McCartney’s show was a newly shorn Anne Hathaway, who, as it is widely known known, cut her hair to play Fantine in Les Misérables. But even though she snipped her long strands for a role, Hathaway is considering keeping them cropped. “I’m just so pleased with how I look, so I now quite like having short hair.” [NY Mag]

Photo: Andrew H. Walker/Getty Images