April 24 2014

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27 posts tagged "Emma Stone"

Liv’s On The Juice, Emma Trashes Celeb Diets, And More…


Liv Tyler swears by YSL’s Touche Eclat highlighting pen, Rodin Olio Lusso, and daily exfoliation with Clarisonic’s skin brush, but the real secret to her gorgeous porcelain complexion is juicing. “I love Organic Avenue,” she says. “I always get the fresh cucumber juice—I can tell the difference in my skin when I don’t have it.” [T]

On Jennifer Lopez’s holiday weekend agenda? A HSN appearance to launch her latest fragrance, Love & Light. “I wanted to create a fragrance that was less about the world around you and more about your inner light and your spirit,” she says about the sparkling woody floral. You can watch her talk all about it during her midnight time slot on Saturday night. [People]

Emma Stone is nabbing magazine covers left and right and will follow her July Elle cameo with a starring role in Vanity Fair‘s August issue. In the glossy, the increasingly slim actress admits that she definitely feels the Hollywood pressure to stay svelte, but is not a fan of celebrity diet crazes. “It’s like: eat this diet, which is a palm-size piece of chicken and some beans, and work out two hours a day for the rest of your life,” she says, poking fun of Gwyneth and Madonna guru Tracy Anderson’s special brand of weight loss. [Monsters & Critics]

A month after the story blew up on the blogosphere, The New York Times has joined the feather hair extensions/fly fishermen debate, managing to get some excellent one-liners from fishermen enraged by the impending shortage of feathers as the fad tears across the country. “For someone to use them as a fashion statement is just sacrilegious,” a Maine-based fishing enthusiast says—and played out, we might add. [NYT]

Photo: Donato Sardella / Courtesy of Stella McCartney

Blonde Redheads


A few things worth noting from last night’s MTV Movie Awards: 1) The Twi-Hard phenomenon is far from over (it’s unclear why Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart ever sat down in their seats as the two dominated the night’s list of presenters and winners). 2) Balmain had a big evening (KStu, Leighton Meester, and Mila Kunis all wore dresses from the label). And 3) Two of young Hollywood’s most notable recent dye jobs are slowly edging back to their roots. We are of course talking about Emma Stone, whose platinum hair, which she dyed for her upcoming role in Spiderman, is now a light ginger—almost as dark as the true red that we first fell in love with when she started nabbing lead roles—and Blake Lively, whose rose gold gloss from the Met Gala has eased its way back to her signature golden blonde, as anyone who saw those, um, personal photos of the Gossip Girl star that circulated on the Internet last week is already well aware. Who do you think came out on top?

Photo: Gregory Pace/BEImages; Matt Baron/BEImages; Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images; Jason Merritt / Getty Images;

Lancôme Gets Emma Watson; Emma Stone Gets Curly; And More…


Lancôme is officially stacking its celebrity spokesperson deck. As if scoring Julia Roberts last year wasn’t a big enough coup, the French beauty giant has just announced that Emma Watson is joining Kate Winslet and Penélope Cruz as the newest face of the brand. [WWD]

In the newest issue of O magazine, Oprah dedicates a whole feature to her longtime hairstylist Andre Walker, who dishes about coiffing the talk show hostess-with-the-mostess for the last 25-plus years. Walker goes into detail about “the styles that weren’t so great” (read: the bigger eighties-era poufs) and his tips for keeping Winfrey’s hair TV camera-ready, including, “Condition. Condition. Condition. Whether you think you need it or not, use a conditioner every time you shampoo, and slather on a thick hair mask once a week.” [People StyleWatch]

Emma Stone was snapped with light, strawberry blond curls in L.A. this weekend—a far cry from the sleek platinum strands she sported front-row at Louis Vuitton last week. Yes, the color was for her new movie, The Help, but we’re hoping it will serve as a reminder of how good she looked as a ginger. [Just Jared]

Diet Pepsi debuted its new “skinny” can during NYFW to a considerable amount of criticism, so it should come as no surprise that its allegedly retouched ad campaign starring an equally slimmed-down Sofia Vergara is generating a similar clamor. [Daily Mail]

Photo: Jon Furniss / Getty Images

Emma Stone: Blonde Redhead; Michelle Williams Bulks Up; And More…


Emma Stone, natural blonde? True story. The redheaded Easy A star has gone back to her, ahem, roots for her new role in the next Spider-Man movie. [NYND]

As if Bruce Springsteen paying tribute to your hit single isn’t cool enough, it was just announced that 10-year-old Willow Smith will whip her hair at Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve. With La Roux front woman and wispy pompadour-packing Elly Jackson also on the roster, there promises to be plenty of fur-a-flying. [People]

She may be sporting a svelte bod and an enviable platinum blond pixie cut now, but for her new movie, Blue Valentine, Michelle Williams reportedly gained 15 pounds by eating coconut milk ice cream and avocado sandwiches. If you were looking for a way to put on that winter weight like a celebrity, there ya go. [Daily Mail]

Photo: Gregg DeGuire / PictureGroup / AP Photo

Hermione Who?


Without a doubt, cutting her hair into a pixie was the best beauty move Emma Watson ever made. And at a Warner Brothers event in London last night, the Harry Potter star proved that she’s not done with the wowing yet. Sporting her short hair in a winter shade of light brown, Watson worked darkened brushed-up, impeccably shaped brows and a wine-stained lip for one of the more stunning red-carpet turns we’ve seen in a while. That super sixties mascara application on both the upper and lower lash line is also a total winner. Hermione Granger is officially dead to us. What do you think of Watson’s ultra-chic look?

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