18 posts tagged "Demi Moore"
Demi Moore is getting in on the fragrance game as the spokesperson for Helena Rubinstein’s new scent, Wanted. The fragrance, plus visuals, debuted in Paris this week, but the collaboration is getting extended play in the cyber world. Moore chronicled the event on her Twitter page (where her username is mrskutcher), and the behind-the-scenes footage of the campaign shoot, which was photographed by Mert & Marcus and styled by Rachel Zoe, is currently making the rounds on YouTube—throaty voiceover and soft-porn instrumentals included. Click above to watch.
We’ve been poring over these pictures of Demi Moore at the Happy Tears photo call at the 59th Berlinale Film Festival all morning and, while yes, her agelessness never ceases to amaze us, it’s her hair that we’re finding ourselves most impressed with at the moment. It’s rare to see a woman nearing 50 sporting locks down to the middle of her back, let alone pulling off such soft, healthy-looking waves. It wasn’t all that long ago that she was a slave to her blow-dryer—although any signs of heat damage are surely lost on us. Do you prefer a straight and silky Demi or the bigger, bouncier style that’s becoming her new signature?
Who says holiday parties mean you have to reach for the straightening iron? Nexxus’ creative director and celebrity hairstylist Kevin Mancuso is standing on a “work with what you’ve got” platform this season. As such, the man that Sienna, Scarlett, and Demi turn to for their signature styles has designed four easy-to-duplicate looks to help you minimize prep time and maximize your natural assets. Our favorite from this foursome mixes textures so curly-haired girls can dabble in sleek and vice versa. See below for Mancuso’s tips for how to get the look:
Step 2: Towel-dry hair and spray with a leave-in conditioner like Nexxus Humectress Luxe, which will help minimize frizz. Follow with a mousse like Nexxus Gorgeous Curls, applied to the bottom half of the hair for volume.
Step 3: Make a side part and comb hair behind your ears. Position bobby pins from ear to ear in a half-moon shape to further separate the top and bottom of the hair. Blow-dry top and front sections, lightly smoothing hair down with fingers.
Step 4: Using a diffuser for texture, blow-dry the bottom section and then go back in with a large barrel curling iron to add haphazard structure to a few sections.
Bonus: For an easy updo conversion, keep the bobby pins in place and put the bottom half of your hair into a ponytail. Twirl hair and loosely wrap around the elastic tie. Then pin randomly to secure, allowing pieces to stick out from the knot at will.