6 posts tagged "J. Lo"
Jennifer Aniston uses it. So does Madonna. And just last week we learned that J. Lo also swears by Dr. Hauschka—specifically its Rose Day Cream, which she picks up on shopping trips to Whole Foods (stars, they’re just like us). One of the first holistic skincare lines to hit the market, Hauschka has 40-plus years of experience coming up with plant-based remedies for all of your complexion problems, making it one of the best ranges out there when it comes to all-natural primping. Quality doesn’t come cheap, though, as most fans of the brand know. So what if we told you that you could get a four-piece regimen sent to your house from the company—totally gratis—and all you have to do is throw a party and make a YouTube video of the merrymaking? You’d be pretty psyched—and presumably charging up your digital camera stat. To help spread the word about the skin benefits of going green, Hauschka has launched the Radiant You program, in which sets of Lavender Bath, Cleansing Cream, Facial or Clarifying Toner, and a Rejuvenating Mask will be sent your way free of charge. In exchange, you just need to invite a bunch of beauty fiends over, play with the product, and film all of the good times that ensue for uploading onto Hauschka’s YouTube channel. Click here for more information, and if potential partygoers ask what they can bring, tell them booze. (Sadly, organic wine isn’t included in the deal.)
In a monumental ruling, eBay takes a blow in the amount of $2.6 million for failing to prevent the trade of LVMH luxury fragrances and cosmetics on its French Web site. We know, we know. Buying Guerlain at retail is a harsh reality. [WWD]
Good news: Stress won’t turn your hair gray. Bad news: A genetic predisposition will. [BBC]
Scientific data has proven what you’ve always kind of known to be true: More exercise during the day will help you sleep better at night. A quandary for indolent insomniacs. [NYT]
It’s perfume-buying season, and this year niche offerings are giving the big-name brands a run for their money. Note to J. Lo and co.: Now might be the time to refocus on your singing careers. [L.A. Times]
If gusty winds gave J. Lo and the updo she wore to the Los Angeles premiere of This Is It some trouble on the red carpet last night, her flawless complexion and sultry smoky eye were pure perfection. Heavy black liner on the inner rims of both her upper and lower lash lines provided plenty of wow factor, but the wash of metallic shadows in black and brown with a Champagne highlight in the inner corners explains why you can’t stop staring. Should you also find yourself transfixed by her skin, here’s a tip makeup artist Scott Barnes gave us a while back regarding Lopez’s signature glow: “The trick [with bronzer] is to work from the outside of the face inward, rather than the other way around. This creates a halo effect and leaves a diamond shape of light in the center, so your face appears a little more open.” And how. Thoughts on her look?
After a series of summer hair color experiments that included blond and action-hero red, Jessica Alba is back to a more-conducive-to-fall brunette. For the seasonal change, the actress has also transitioned into a fuller set of bangs, which she showcased this weekend as she presented the Most Anticipated Sci-Fi Movie award at Spike TV’s Scream 2009 show in Los Angeles. While it may register as a little J. Lo at first (not that there’s anything wrong with that), adding some girth to your forehead fringe is a great way to spice things up for the upcoming holiday party circuit without going all-out on a new wardrobe of cocktail dresses. Thoughts on her face-framing efforts?
Nobody loves a nude lip like J.Lo, which she proved yet again this weekend at the Noche de Niños Gala in Beverly Hills, showcasing a precise black liquid liner and a beige pigmented gloss. The color certainly suits her complexion and honey highlights, but we’d love to see her pull out a deep red or a fuchsia every now and again—you know, for a little variety. Thoughts on her neutrals-only policy?