April 19 2014

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17 posts tagged "Jessica Alba"

Wave Runners Take The Met


With no supermodel or superhero theme providing fodder for the outrageous looks of Met galas past (remember Madonna’s Vuitton bunny ears?), this year’s American Woman exhibit seemed to inspire a general air of classic simplicity in the beauty department—with a few colorful moments thrown in for good measure (more on that in an upcoming post). One of the biggest trends on the red carpet seemed to be an homage to pin curls and marcel waves, styles preferred by starlets of the thirties and forties—and a handful of their twenty-first-century counterparts last night. Jessica Alba, Kate Bosworth, Kristen Stewart, Marion Cotillard, and Iman all sported variations on sleek, ridged texture with deep side or middle parts. Who do you think did the ‘do best?

Photo: Clockwise from bottom left, Marion Curtis / Startraks Photo; RD / Dziekan / Retna Digital

Sisters (And Revlon) Are Doin’ It For Themselves


Early risers looking for a way to enjoy what is supposed to be some glorious verging-on-summer weather in New York this weekend—while supporting women’s health initiatives—should head over to Times Square tomorrow morning for the start of the annual Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF) Revlon 5K Run/Walk for Women. Below, we’ve come up with a top three list of reasons why it’s worth your while to make for midtown on a Saturday:

1. As one of the largest single-day fundraisers for women’s cancers in the country, you could be among 25,000 cardio-enthusiasts burning calories together to help raise funds in support of breast and ovarian cancer research.

2. It’s supposed to be 85 degrees tomorrow, so getting yourself up, out, and moving early will ensure maximum enjoyment of the day. Plus, a 5K is like…only three miles. Bring a coffee and a friend and leisurely stroll your way up to Central Park’s East Meadow, where the event culminates.

3. Revlon brand ambassadors Halle Berry, Jessica Alba, and Jessica Biel will be there (we’re guessing in yoga pants and baseball caps), as will Revlon artistic director Gucci Westman. One Dr. Oz will also be in attendance (we fancy him more of a warm-up pants kind of guy).

Click here to register, or just show up in Times Square around 8:15 a.m. for the opening ceremonies. Bring water, sunscreen, and peace of mind knowing that you’ve done womankind a small solid.

Photo Dimitrios Kambouris / WireImage

Jessica Alba Gives Proenza A Ten-Finger Salute


If you’ve been wondering how best to accessorize the multicolored shifts from Proenza Schouler’s hit Spring collection, Jessica Alba had the answer last night at the Tribeca Film Festival and Tribeca Film Celebration in L.A: navy eyeliner and electric blue nail polish. Give Milani’s new NEON collection a whirl in Dude Blue for the latter; at just $4.50 a bottle, it’ll help offset the cost of the dress. What do you think of the whole look?

Photo: Tony Dimaio / Startraks Photo

M.I.A. Nails It


M.I.A. is hip-hop all the way. Case in point: While Eva Mendes, Camilla Belle, and Jessica Alba wore frilly, daytime-appropriate dresses to the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund event at the Chateau Marmont this weekend, the “Paper Planes” singer opted for lots of black leather and over-the-knee boots. On her nails: a white basket weave print that looks like a design from the highly anticipated new collection of Minx nail overlays. The line is due out later this month but has already been given to a handful of famous fans for a trial run. Ah, the perks of celebrity. Thoughts on her precision tips?

Photo: Courtesy of Donato Sardella/Wire Iamge

Bangs, The Bigger The Better


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?

Photos: Kevin Winter/Getty Images, David Aguilera/BuzzFoto/FilmMagic