13 posts tagged "Cate Blanchett"
We’ve already told you about our favorite Tony Awards beauty moment, but there was another highlight last night that deserves a shout-out. The side-swept updo that Cate Blanchett appeared to be sporting on the red carpet was not an updo at all but a newly cropped, side-shaved boy cut. [People Style Watch]
Sarah Palin’s boobs have gone rogue—or have they? The blogosphere is currently at odds over new reports that claim the former vice presidential candidate has undergone breast augmentation surgery. Anything to win the popular vote in 2012, right? [Us Weekly]
If a hypersensitivity about your upper-arm issues has kept you in long sleeves this summer, free weights and push-ups are not the only answer. Injectables and bursts of radio-frequency energy are all the rage for toning your triceps and enhancing the surface appearance of skin. Break out those strappy tanks! [Daily Mail]
When discussing Cate Blanchett’s skin, the phrase “next level” comes to mind. The actress, who’s a global ambassador for prestige Japanese skincare brand SK-II, reportedly uses the line’s Facial Treatment Mask a few times a week and apparently needs little else. At a Giorgio Armani-sponsored welcome dinner for the Sydney Theatre Company last night in New York, she dressed up said flawless ivory complexion with a slight hint of apricot blush on the apples of her cheeks, a sheer peachy lip for a splash of subdued color, and that’s it—because really, why mess with perfection?
In the latest episode of our burgeoning obsession with Megan Fox, the Transformers actress completely captivated the paparazzi and passersby alike when she showed up for the Armani Privé Couture presentation at the Palais de Chaillot yesterday. There’s something about her ability to evoke classic Hollywood screen star and porn star at the same time—especially with her perfectly shaped black brows, equally onyx curls, and that bright red lip—that makes it hard not to stare. She even upstaged Cate Blanchett, who was sitting next to her in the front row, don’t you think?