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August 30 2014

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32 posts tagged "Emma Stone"

Traveling Along The Blond-Redhead Continuum

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Emma Stone is a fan of keeping things interesting when it comes to her hair color—which is in large part thanks to her trusted colorist, Tracey Cunningham. The natural blonde went a shade of bright red soon after arriving in Hollywood, and it was as a ginger that she landed her first big breaks in movies like Super Bad and Easy A. Then last year saw a return to blond—very, very blond—for her role in this summer’s The Amazing Spider-Man. But once filming wrapped on the action flick, Stone transitioned back into auburn after a powwow with Cunningham. “She’s the only woman I will trust to stick her hands in my hair,” the star of The Help once told us of the Redken color consultant. But it’s Cunningham’s New York-based coloring compatriot, Marie Robinson, who has given Stone her latest look, which registers somewhere in between flaxen and fiery—let’s call it honey strawberry. Stone debuted the first phase of the lightening process last week in New York and at this weekend’s WonderCon press conference in California, the actress’ new color seemed to reach its saturation point. Which shade do you think suits her best?

Photo: Getty Images

EXCLUSIVE: You Can Take It With You: Clutch-Sized Beauty Essentials For The Golden Globes And Beyond

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At last year’s Golden Globes, something unusual happened that completely usurped the show’s typical beauty highlights. After the ceremony began and the gaggle of gowns, chignons, and painted pouts were seated, the camera panned to Angelina Jolie, who, at that very moment, rifled through her bag, produced a crystalline pink lip gloss, and proceeded to apply it at will. The Twitterverse erupted, and within a matter of hours, it was revealed that Angie was a fan of Chantecaille’s Brilliant Gloss in Love—so much so that she brought it in her clutch for periodic touch-ups throughout the evening. At the 69th annual Golden Globes last night, there were no such live, on-screen beauty moments to speak of, although we couldn’t quell the burning desire to know just what the nominees had packed in their purses. So, we did what any good reporter would do: We asked their makeup artists. Here, in a Style.com exclusive, face-painting stars like Clarins celebrity beauty artist Pati Dubroff and global artistry director and brand ambassador for Laura Mercier Matin Maulawizada tell us the single item they sent A-listers like Julianne Moore and Claire Danes down the red carpet with. Because you never know when unnecessary shine or a faded statement lip could ruin your moment in the spotlight.

Photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images; Jeff Vespa/Getty Images

Madonna’s Mirror Image; Emma Puckers Up; And More…

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The new ads for Madonna’s debut signature scent, Truth or Dare, have hit the Web, and they are surprisingly tame, as far as the Material Girl goes. Just a topless Madge, face to face with her own reflection. Nothing you haven’t seen before. [Just Jared]


Also premiering today: Emma Stone’s first campaign shots as the face of Revlon’s new Lip Butters. The red-again starlet looks ravishing in a coral pout and matching sheath dress. [Racked]

According to Space NK founder Nicky Kinnaird, Botoxing and plastic-surgery abuse will peter out over the next few years. “For me, the grail is healthy, radiant skin. There’ll always be extreme cases who don’t want a single line, but there are so many bad practitioners of Botox, it’s putting many women off. In the next year or two, we’re going to see more and more women embracing a natural-looking face,” says Kinnaird, while plugging a few Space NK best-sellers for better skin, including Zelens Eye Cream and Eve Lom Cleanser. [Telegraph]

Revlon Nabs Emma Stone And Olivia Wilde, And More

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Emma Stone and Olivia Wilde are the new “glamorous, confident, and bold” women of Revlon. The two beauties join a group of Revlon faces that includes Kate Hudson, Jessica Biel, Jessica Alba, Halle Berry, and Elle Macpherson. Can’t wait for the Stone and Wilde-endorsed products to hit shelves in early 2012? Revlon’s Facebook and Twitter fans will be treated to sneak previews. [WWD]

The term “sugar lips” just got a lot more literal. Violent Lips, a temporary tattoo company, has teamed up with the candy accessories brand Sugar Factory to create a limited-edition collection of candy-themed temporary
lip tattoos. We wonder, can anyone but Gaga pull these off? [Racked]

Model Jessica Stam opened up her beauty bag this week for Into the Gloss readers. Find out how she keeps her skin looking blemish-free, what men’s deodorant she prefers, how she gets a smoldering smoky eye, and more. [Into the Gloss]

A new study shows that a low-carb diet results in a clearer complexion. The gist of it is that eating less bread can help control your glucose levels and improve your skin. All that and lose weight, too? Sign us up. [Independent]

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The Red-Carpet-Ready High Pony: A How-To

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As previously noted, ponytails are big for fall—and are considered more than acceptable red-carpet fare because of it. Emma Stone put her own spin on the style last night at the Friends With Benefits premiere in New York, adding a little retro height at the crown to complement a heavy, red-again fringe and a perfectly placed black cat-eye. “I decided on a pony with a seventies Bardot feel,” Stone’s stylist, Mara Roszak, said, taking her cues from the Easy A star’s “youthful, upbeat” Giambattista Valli ensemble. Prepping damp hair with Bumble and Bumble’s Surf Spray, Roszak rough-dried Stone’s strands for a bit of haphazard texture. Then, back-combing to add volume, she pulled the lengths into a pony, wrapping a piece of hair around the elastic and allowing a few pieces to fall out around Stone’s face for some casual framing. A halo of Rene Furterer Hair Spray kept everything in place. Thoughts on the fun-meets-formal look?

Photo: AP Photo/Evan Agostini; Stephen Lovekin / Getty Images