August 27 2014

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38 posts tagged "Kim Kardashian"

Drew Barrymore: The Makeup Line; Deciphering the Khroma Code; and More…


Drew Barrymore has gone from actor to producer to mother in her storied career—and the starlet has just announced her latest role: makeup mogul. The CoverGirl face is reportedly creating a color line with Wal-Mart. [WWD]

Raw foodists may want to reconsider their no-cooking position. A new study argues that the reason human brains were able to evolve to their current functionality was because our ancestors learned how to roast and braise meat and vegetables. [Huff Po]

Kim Kardashian was a blond mermaid, à la Daryl Hannah’s character in the movie Splash, for Halloween—and is threatening to keep her hair a light shade of flaxen permanently. For real this time! [Us Weekly]

In other Kardashian news, the sister trio is about to get sued over trademark rights to the forthcoming Kardashian Khroma makeup range they’re planning on launching next month at mass retailers. Apparently, a prestige cosmetics line called Chroma already exists in Beverly Hills. [TMZ]

The Kanye Effect; OPI Horses Around On Camera; And More…


There’s a hint of Kanye in Kim Kardashian’s new fragrance, Glam. “My personality and my mood was light and fun,” the reality star says of the time last year she spent creating the fruity-floral—which, uncoincidentally, is also when she started her relationship with West. “Glam…was me waking up,” adds Kardashian. [People]

Move over, Brad Pitt. Givenchy has just announced its new male perfume spokesperson, Simon “the Mentalist” Baker. [NYDN]

First came word of their new batch of brand ambassadors, and now OPI has released its first short film, a vignette that stars its Pink-ing of You, Red My Fortune Cookie, Need Sunglasses?, and No Room for the Blues lacquers, which have been painted onto four dancers’ tips for their individual face-offs against a thoroughbred horse named Lady in Black, an homage to the brand’s onyx varnish. It certainly makes the colors, er, come to life… [YouTube]

Asia’s latest plastic surgery craze to gain popularity in the U.S.? Double-eyelid surgery—three words that makes us cringe just typing them! [Glamour]

Photo: imitrios Kambouris/WireImage for Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation

Backstage Beauty Preview, In Pictures; Botox For Breakouts; And More…


Women’s Wear Daily is running a preview series on designers’ Spring collection inspirations—and a few of them offer a peek at the beauty looks we’ll be seeing at NYFW, too. For example: don’t be surprised if DVF’s sketched braided coronets, left, come to life on the runway. [WWD]

So turns out Kim Kardashian’s blonde hair tweets this week were fakes—or very deceiving, at least. “We bleached her hair to a golden blonde before applying a chocolate gloss, so the Tweets where during the process,” her colorist, George Papanikolas, explains of Kardashian’s new hair color, which is more like a gilded brunette. [Allure]

Botox to keep your acne at bay? Believe it. When injected directly into pores, the miracle vial can apparently decrease the size of them, slow oil production and eradicate breakouts. [Medical Daily]

Photo: Courtesy of Diane Von Furstenberg / WWD

Kim And Jessica Lighten Up; Katy Goes Red; And More…


We’ve spent the better part of the last six months regaling you with stories about prominent blondes going brunette. Now, in an interesting turn of events, we’ve got some brunette-to-blonde transitions to report: Both Kim Kardashian and Jessica Alba have highlighted their hair. [NYDN and People]

There’s a new redhead in the mix, too. After a series of blue, purple, pink, and black dye jobs, L’Officiel Paris may have finally found the best hair color for Katy Perry, who sports a gorgeous auburn on the French glossy’s September cover. [Huff Po]

Another day, another teaser trailer for Lady Gaga’s Fame fragrance commercial, which is being treated as importantly as the release of the perfume itself: The full version of the Steven Klein-direct film will make its debut next month…at the Guggenheim. [Hollywood Life]

Photo: Courtesy of L’Officiel Paris

Smells Like Marriage Equality Spirit; Kim’s New Krop; And More…


Bond No. 9 is best known for naming its collection of niche fragrances after New York neighborhoods. But its latest flacon commemorates the day same-sex marriage became legal in the Empire State. Its I Love New York for Marriage Equality features a rainbow-colored heart with the date 7.24.11 and smells of cinnamon, plum, ginger lily, and rose. Oh, and it’s unisex, obviously. [Racked]

How best to cover up a bad henna dye job? Ketchup, according to Sienna Miller. [Daily Mail]

Kim Kardashian has cut off her signature long, raven-hued mane! Or so a new series of paparazzi photos would have you believe. Turns out, the is-she-or-isn’t-she girlfriend of Kanye West was sporting a wispy pixie cut wig for a Vogue Italia shoot. [Mirror]

Speaking of trendy haircuts, real or fake, new research alleges that asymmetrical dos that leave one eye covered for a lengthy period of time could actually cause long-term health problems, like lazy eyes. All the more reason to embrace the side-sweep. [Fox News]

Photo: Courtesy of Bond No. 9