September 3 2014

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10 posts tagged "Emily Blunt"

Bottega Veneta Taps Nine d’Urso; Rihanna Goes Big With Beauty In New “S&M” Video; And More…


Like mother, like daughter. Lagerfeld muse Inès de la Fressange’s daughter, Nine d’Urso, will be the new face of Bottega Veneta’s premiere fragrance due out this fall. [WWD]

Rihanna’s new video for her single “S&M” hit the Web hard today. Aside from a cameo by one of Prada’s striped stoles for Spring, we spotted five different hair looks, four different nail designs—including cherry red and zebra print—and three different lip colors, our favorite being bubblegum pink. And that was just on the first viewing! [Fader]

Emily Blunt has cashed in her dark chestnut locks in favor of a new light brown shade with blond highlights. Hey, it’s never too early to prep for the summer sun. [E!]

Oprah will announce on her show this afternoon that she and her staff are about to embark on a vegan diet challenge for one week! If you haven’t already set your Tivo, you know what to do. [Huff Po]

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Dree Hemingway, In The Flesh


In the sea of red lips (Marion Cotillard, Emily Blunt, Camilla Belle, just to name a few) and questionable updos (you know who you are, A-listers), Dree Hemingway stood out at amfAR’s Cinema Against AIDS gala last night in Cannes: Her shredded neon and nude Valentino couture dress was one of the evening’s highlights, and the same goes for her stripped-down beauty approach. She’s definitely wearing a little bit of highlighting concealer on the inner corners of her eyes as well as a touch of mascara, but otherwise she’s barefaced—and still flawless. We even like her visible roots. If this is the kind of fallout we can expect from the runways’ minimal approach to makeup, we’re all for it. You?

Photo: Anthony Harvey / AP Photo

To Retouch Or Not To Retouch; Beer, It Does A Body Good; And More…


Emily Blunt wants you to see her “wobbly bits.” The Wolfman star recently came out against photo retouching, preferring instead to look more like her actual self. The actress, as it turns out, happens to have minimal wobbly bits. [People Style Watch]

Don’t be afraid to break out your orange lips and green shimmer shadows at the tents. It’s all about making a statement with bright colors these days. (Thanks, Illamasqua.) [NYT]

A recently released study suggests that silicone is just as important to bone growth as calcium. What is one way to get dietary silicone into your body? Beer. An IPA trumps a glass of milk any day, as far as we’re concerned. [L.A. Times]

A new spa treatment designed to treat your skin post-Brazilian bikini wax is gaining steam, popping up on spa menus as the “Vajacial.” File this under beauty, from head to toe. [Bella Sugar]

Photo: Krista Kennell / Sipa Press

Living Proof’s Full Monty


The big story at the Golden Globes this weekend—aside from a questionably tactful but undeniably funny Paul McCartney dig and an Elvira-looking Cher—was the wet humidity that made shiny faces and frizzy hair all but unavoidable. Hairstylist Laini Reeves turned to Living Proof’s No Frizz line for extra protection. She used the brand’s Wave-Shaping Cream on Emily Blunt’s newly trimmed shoulder-length locks for a slight, weather-resistant curl that came across blunt and chic. But that wasn’t Reeves’ only trick; she was also packing Living Proof’s Full Thickening Cream, a new product from the ever expanding company that enhances body without the risk of excessive puffiness. It’s based on a new polymer that adds heft to thin, limp hair without making it brittle and stiff. The thickening molecules created by the company’s crop of MIT doctors are as flexible as they are durable; the formula lasts longer than other bodifying products and its effects reportedly improve as the day goes on—so nothing, not even a rainstorm on your parade, ruins your hair.

Photo: Courtesy of Living Proof; Kyle Rover/

Emily Blunt Ascends The Throne


Emily Blunt’s latest role might take her back to nineteenth-century England—face powder, braid coronets, chignons, and all—but at the Cinema Society screening of The Young Victoria in New York last night, she was looking pretty new millennium. Languid soft waves? Check. A graphic, smoky cat eye? Check. The nude lip? Yup. What do you think of her simple, chic red-carpet look?

Photo: Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images