April 19 2014

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6 posts tagged "Emma Roberts"

Martha Tweets Marc; Emma Lives For Le Labo; And More…


Just in case you’ve forgotten, Martha Stewart wanted to remind you—last night, live from a WWD event, via Twitter—that Marc Jacobs is launching a makeup line with Sephora this fall, and that he “loved his supportive grandmother.” Her feed; her 140 characters. [Glamour]

Katie Holmes’ debut ads as the first-ever global brand ambassador for Bobbi Brown cosmetics are making the rounds this week. In them she wears a rosy cheek, nude lip, and subtly smoky eye. “I really like her philosophy that makeup makes you feel beautiful,” Holmes says of Brown. “You’re already beautiful, but it makes you feel stronger and better.” [Us]

Botox, meet the stem-cell facial. The treatment, which takes stem cells from your own fat and injects them into your face, is touted as a permanent alternative to the popular toxin. [Huff Po]

News flash: Emma Roberts is “really obsessed” with Le Labo Santal 33 right now. That is all. [E!]

For the statistics nuts out there, here’s a look at Kate Middleton’s hair by the numbers: The Duchess goes for a glossy “Chelsea blow dry” 73.4 percent of the time, a chic half-up, half-down 13.6 percent of the time, and wears her strands either loose, curly, or in a ponytail 6.5 percent of the time. [Daily Mail]

Photo: Courtesy of Le Labo

Bleached Brows On The Big Screen; Cate Blanchett, In The Flesh; And More…


With its nationwide release set for this Friday, the Hunger Games on-set beauty stories just keep coming. Today’s revelation: The hair and makeup team bleached 500 people’s eyebrows, and 75 extras actually dyed their hair for the film. [Us]

What’s the secret to Emma Roberts’ flawless complexion? She’s only 21, for starters. But the It’s Kind of a Funny Story actress credits the Beauty Blender for her perfect skin. “It’s my favorite thing,” Roberts says of the pink, egg-shaped sponge. “You have to get it wet, put it under warm water, and then squeeze it out really well, and then it just makes your foundation go on really dewy and nice. I always have one in my bag all the time.” [Hollywood Life]

Cate Blanchett benefits from some serious airbrushing in her ads for SK-II, the Japanese skincare brand that she reps hard. But on the latest cover of The Economist‘s Intelligent Life magazine, Blanchett goes sans digital retouching, revealing her smile lines, faint bags under her eyes, and some very subtle crow’s feet. And you know what? She’s still drop-dead gorgeous. [msnbc]

Susan Sarandon keeps getting similarly better-looking. “I’ve had some lipo under my chin and under my eyes,” the Jeff, Who Lives at Home star says, while admitting that she’ll consider Botox “as long as doctors don’t go overboard.” But as far we’re concerned, Sarandon seems to be doing just fine without it. [StarPulse]

Photo: Courtesy of Lionsgate Films

Jared Leto: Rock Star Turned Fragrance Face; Miranda Kerr Talks Haircare; And More…


Jared Leto has been named the new face of Hugo Just Different. The 30 Seconds to Mars frontman and former My So Called Life heartthrob will also take over as the face of Hugo Man, which was previously fronted by Jonathan Rhys Meyers. Unclear whether his penchant for color-changing mohawks will come through in the print ads. [WWD]

Emma Roberts is bucking the red trend and instead has taken her honey blonde highlights a few shades lighter. [Daily Mail]

A baldness-battling robot? Believe it. Its name is Artas and it just got FDA approval. [Atlantic]

Kimberly Snyder, nutritionist to stars like Fergie, Drew Barrymore, and Scarlett Johansson has a new book out and a few things to say about beauty products, as well as diet and exercise. “American women are suffocating their skin,” she says of paraben-prone product ranges. Her alternative: raw shea butter, which makes a great moisturizer. [International Business Times]

Speaking of going au naturel, Miranda Kerr is planning to expand into haircare with her organic line, KORA. For now, the Victoria’s Secret model and new mom has been using standouts from her Aussie skincare brand on her new baby, Flynn. “I love using the KORA Organics Rosehip Oil on him and sometimes mix it with the body lotion and give him little massages.” Adorable. [BellaSugar Australia]

Marc Jacobs’ Dominatrix Ponytail Hits The Red Carpet


Since landing on the scene five years ago, Emma Roberts has evolved well past her I’m-Julia Roberts’-niece beginnings. An emerging style star, Roberts turned up front-row at Michael Kors and Chanel this season, and made a cameo at the Olsens’ Textile launch party earlier this month in L.A. It was her burgeoning beauty sense that caught our eye last night, though, as the Scream 4 star hit the film’s premiere with some perfectly color-matched hair extensions and a super-sleek high ponytail, à la Marc Jacobs’ Fall show. The style is ill-advised if you’re being chased by a mask-wearing murderer (those lengths are ripe for the grabbing), but it sure did, um, kill on the red carpet. Don’t you think?

Photo: Jordan Strauss / Getty Images

Emma Roberts Bolsters Neutrogena’s Star Power


When we first saw this headline we misread the last name and thought, “Emma Watson‘s doing beauty now? Huh. She seemed to be positioning herself as something of a fashion darling, but hey, no harm in double dipping.” When we realized our mistake, our next thought was, “Emma Roberts? Wait. Who?” And so we did a quick Google search: Apparently the latter Emma is a teen queen, niece of Julia, and enough of a household name (in households not including ours) to win herself a big Neutrogena contract alongside the likes of Diane Lane, Jennifer Garner, Vanessa Hudgens, Hayden Panettiere, and Gabrielle Union. Details of the Hotel for Dogs star’s campaign have yet to be disclosed, although we’re guessing the 18-year-old will front one of the brand’s acne cleansers, like Panettiere, who is two years her senior—and who we are familiar with, for the record. Big Heroes fans over here.

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