13 posts tagged "Jennifer Lawrence"
Following a brief stint as a dark and broody brunette, Jennifer Lawrence is back to flaxen—and is now the proud owner of a brand-new layered bob. The best-actress award winner debuted her Mark Townsend-engineered cut at this weekend’s GLAAD Media Awards. [People]
Lady Gaga is also embracing the chop. The pop star showed off a neck-grazing, platinum crop last night in L.A. [Daily Mail]
Spring’s blonde brigade got another new member this weekend: Minka Kelly. The Friday Night Lights star went a shade of honey gold, courtesy of celebrity colorist Tracey Cunningham. [Glamour]
Brangelina’s oldest daughter, Shiloh, might be a tomboy, but their youngest, Vivienne, is proving to be an early adopter of all things girly. The four-year-old was spotted sporting a pink manicure while on an errand with her mom yesterday in Beverly Hills. [E!]
Fresh off her Oscar win on Sunday night, it looks like blonde beauty Jennifer Lawrence isn’t so blonde anymore. With her Silver Linings Playbook run officially over, the actress is set to return to the set of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire to play the brunette Katniss Everdeen, which might explain why she stepped out of the Rossano Ferretti salon in Los Angeles this morning a shade of deep chocolate brown. There is indeed no rest for the weary. Thoughts on Jennifer’s drastic dye job?
The Oscars are still two and a half weeks away, but the best-actress race is already heating up. At last night’s Hollywood Reporter Nominees Night bash in Beverly Hills, celebrating the men and women whose names will be read aloud on February 24, best-actress hopefuls Naomi Watts and Jennifer Lawrence were wearing a near-identical shade of sheer raspberry lipstick, opting for glossy translucence over the more red-carpet-friendly matte mouth. Watts paired her lightweight lip with groomed brows and mascara, while Lawrence opted for a subtle gray smoky eye, bumping up the glam factor for the casual cocktail party. We’re not going to allege that this mere makeup move insinuates that she wants it more, but…we are going to let the evidence speak for itself. Who do you think wore it better?
In addition to its path of destruction that has crippled the livelihood of many people in New York and New Jersey, Superstorm Sandy also reportedly sent a number of electricity-less folks into stress-eating survival mode, which resulted in a collective weight gain that the New York Times has coined “the Sandy five.” [NYT]
Are you loving the color palette of the NARS’ new Andy Warhol collection? So much that you want to update all of your profile pics with it? Now you can. The makeup brand has just debuted an app that allows you to doctor up your digital photos with products from the range. [StyleBistro]
Jennifer Lawrence’s star may be on the rise, but don’t expect her to follow the familiar path of Hollywood fame to a shockingly thin frame. “In Hollywood, I’m obese. I’m considered a fat actress!” The Hunger Games star jokes. Still, she has no intention of crash-dieting. “That’s something that I was really conscious of during training. I was trying to get my body to look fit and strong, not thin and underfed.” [Daily Mail]
The latest fashion-nail collab has arrived in the form a meeting of the minds between Essie and BaubleBar, which has yielded six sets of bangles that will each be sold with a corresponding shade of lacquer. [Racked]
Barack Obama’s re-election committee reportedly has a special incentive for prospective campaign donors: nail polish. The Obama campaign is reviving a product initiative it started last month and is selling a custom, three-piece collection of Le Métier de Beauté lacquers at $40 a pop. Sure, they’re receiving a little bit of flack for shelling out to the tune of $10,000 to create the varnishes, but, like, polish for politics is kind of an awesome idea. Mark us down for a set. [Politico]
As per yesterday’s news roundup, Hunger Games hairstylist Linda Flowers confirmed that Elizabeth Banks’ character’s hair in the movie required the most work. But Jennifer Lawrence’s on-screen tresses may have required the most money. Lawrence apparently refused to play guinea pig when Flowers was experimenting to find Katniss Everdeen’s perfect shade of brunette, so the coiffing star bought five $6,000 wigs to arrive at the right color before actually dyeing Lawrence’s blond strands. [Daily Mail]
Why did Jean Paul Gaultier enlist gender-bending model Andrej Pejic to be the face of his forthcoming Le Male fragrance campaign? Because he’s the “modern woman-boy of today,” according to the designer—obviously. [Grazia]
Apparently, the awkward skin issues of your teenage years may not necessarily be over and done with. According to a new study, adult acne is becoming increasingly common in women well into their 40s and even 50s. [Huff Po]
First came the beauty contract, now comes the book. Revlon brand ambassador Jessica Alba has confirmed that her first book will be released in early 2013 and will include some of her favorite beauty tips and guidelines to living an honest, healthy lifestyle. [She Knows]