15 posts tagged "Heidi Klum"
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are seemingly joined at the hip—when one of their six children isn’t in between them, that is. Hollywood’s golden couple even gets their hair done together, according to stylist Adam Campbell from L.A.’s Prive Salon. [Us Weekly]
You can add another name to the list of baby food diet devotees. Lady Gaga has revealed that her svelte figure has a lot to do with eating the “goo” typically reserved for infants—and dancing like a mad woman on stage, one assumes. [Monsters & Critics]
Deep thoughts on fragrance, by Heidi Klum: “It kind of completes your look, even though you can’t see it. It’s kind of like underwear.” Klum’s latest perfume, Shine, debuts in September. [Allure]
It looks like Heidi Klum will be the next reality star to lend her name to a fragrance. The blonde German model-cum-Project Runway hostess plans to release Shine with Coty Beauty in September. [WWD]
Guess how much Justin Bieber’s haircut costs? No, no—guess. $750 per trim, which his go-to stylist, Vanessa Price, does for him about every two weeks. We took the liberty of doing the math for you: That’s 18K a year to keep Biebs and his bangs in prime condition. [Life & Style]
You’ve already seen the Jimmy Choo fragrance ads starring the brand’s creative director, Tamara Mellon, shot by Inez & Vinoodh. Now, feast your eyes on the “making of” video. All this and the perfume isn’t even on counter yet! Soon, my pretties. Soon. [Jimmy Choo]
A few high-profile guys are also stepping in front of the camera in the name of fragrance this spring: Orlando Bloom will front new ads for Boss Orange Man come February, and the Black Swan actor and director duo of Vincent Cassel and Darren Aronofsky have worked cinema magic again for a short film starring Yves Saint Laurent’s La Nuit de L’Homme. [WWD]
Getting your brows done at 5 a.m.? How about penciling in a spray tan at 11 p.m.? Round-the-clock beauty services are cropping up in cities across the country to accommodate clients’ jam-packed agendas. More proof that beauty never rests. [NYT]
Tap, sparkling, or glacial? Starting in 2012, Parfums Christian Dior will infuse its skincare products exclusively with Icelandic glacial water. While supplies last. [WWD]
Skipping a workout here and there seems to have done wonders for Heidi Klum, who swears the secret to aging beautifully is having a little meat on your bones. [Self]
Ken Paves, hair stylist and former Jessica Simpson wingman, will be the man behind the coif transformations on The Biggest Loser‘s makeover episode. After Paves works his magic, the contestants will walk in a fashion show and pose for a People photo shoot. Maybe they should change the name to America’s Next Top Loser. [Stylelist]
Newly minted beauty icon Willow Smith may be the only 9-year-old who can claim her song has been covered by Bruce Springsteen. On Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, the host and the Boss sang a duet of Smith’s “Whip My Hair.” [Late Night With Jimmy Fallon]
Cecilia Dean tried it last week, sporting Marc by Marc’s rickracked, side-swept frizz to the eighth annual Brazil Foundation Gala. Last night, it was Heidi Klum who brought runway beauty to the red carpet. Clad in a strapless, sequined Roberto Cavalli gown, the Project Runway host broke out the thirties-style finger waves that Guido Palau perfected backstage at Prada for the amfAR Milano fête, eschewing the coif master’s low-slung chignons for a single ballerina bun in back. Makeup artist Pat McGrath’s theatrical chrome eye and androgynous brows from the show were noticeably missing—purposely, we presume—but Klum’s side-parted, hand-sculpted ridges were a dead ringer for Miuccia Prada’s Josephine Baker-inspired beauty look. When in Rome—or Milan, as the case may be. Would you wear it?
There were definitely a few award recipients on last night’s 62nd annual Primetime Emmy Awards broadcast that we’ve never seen or heard of before. Archie Panjabi, we’re talking about you. But you’ll be pleased to know that facial recognition issues didn’t stop us from sizing up the beauty happenings on the red carpet. The sea of one-shouldered gowns mentioned in our event coverage? We saw right through it, instead honing in on the hair, the makeup, the nail polish, and the self-tanner. Here, our top five beauty moments—both good and not so much.
1. Black Is Back
Anna Paquin’s bold-shouldered McQueen number got all the attention. But prolonged staring revealed something else, namely an expert black nail polish job. The obsidian shade and its almost-black jewel-toned counterparts were everywhere last night, adorning the fingertips of January Jones, Lea Michele, and Jayma Mays, to name but a few. Celebrity manicurist Deborah Lippmann deserves some of the credit for the ubiquity of deep hues, as she personally painted Jones with her deep purple/burgundy Dark Side of the Moon varnish, and treated Michele to a few coats of her as yet unreleased holiday color, Lady Sings the Blues, an opaque navy with silvery blue sequined flecks.
2. Lobbed and Lovely
After letting her corn silk blond bob grow out over the summer, Mad Men‘s Jones is now the proud owner of a shoulder-grazing lob. Her hair is exactly the length at which things start to look awkward on us, but the style suits her amazingly well, as did the matte texture of her undone ‘do, which came courtesy of her go-to stylist, Mark Townsend. Townsend’s collaborator, makeup artist Rachel Goodwin, channeled Lisa Fonssagrives, leaving Jones’ face bare and re-creating the mid-century model’s signature extended eyeliner with Chanel’s Liquid Eyeliner in Noir. Two coats of its Inimitable Intense Mascara in Noir on the top lashes and one coat in Purple on the bottom finished the look.
3. A Woman of Her Word
Claire Danes’ blond mane was also impressive, but it was her extreme lashes that really got us. Danes has been a spokesperson for Latisse for a few months now, and she takes her job very seriously; the award-winning Temple Grandin star is walking proof that the prescription serum works. Those things are lethal!
4. Bigger: Is It Better?
Sleek, straight looks were the style of choice last night, although there were a few dissenters willing to go the vertical distance. The Office‘s Mindy Kaling and Glee‘s Naya Rivera engaged in a high-hair-off, both sporting exaggerated, structural topknot situations that definitely stood out from the crowd.
5. Blinded by Bronzer
An over-tanned Heidi Klum got plenty of stares, and not just because of her super-short Marchesa dress. The Project Runway star went a little trigger happy with her self-tanner and bronzer. Everything in moderation, liebchen.