August 28 2014

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21 posts tagged "Liv Tyler"

Nicole Kidman Goes Platinum; Liv Tyler Strikes Oil; and More…


For her upcoming role in the movie Paper Boy, co-starring an incredibly jacked Zac Efron (High School Musical what?), Nicole Kidman has ditched her strawberry blond locks in favor of a cougar-appropriate shade of platinum. [Daily Mail]

While strolling the snow-dusted streets at Sundance last week, Liv Tyler revealed a winter-weather beauty secret for keeping chapped lips at bay: “If your lips are really dry, you can just literally put olive oil on them at night.” [Daily Glow]

More doctors, regardless of specialty, are expanding their practices to include lucrative cosmetic procedures paid for out of pocket by patients. But just because your ophthalmologist is offering lipo and Botox injections doesn’t mean you should necessarily get them with your next eye exam. [NYT]

Red-carpet beauty alert: Ponytails and black nails were big winners at last night’s SAG Awards. [Us and InStyle]

Katy Perry hair dye alert: The pop star and perfume mogul has apparently gone from blue to…bluer. [MTV]

Photo: Ray Tamarra/FilmMagic

Axe Makes One For The Girls; What Liv Loves; And More…


Guys, try to contain yourself. Axe, the brand that hit it big with a line of men’s body sprays (and a series of corresponding, hard-to-miss ads), is about to unleash—wait for it—a women’s scent. An equally, er, clever advertising coup for the feminine Anarchy, as the new eau is called, will also debut. [NYT]

Liv Tyler isn’t afraid to rattle off a list of her favorite beauty products and she did it again this weekend, telling the U.K.’s Sunday Times that she swears by YSL Touche Éclat, Santa Maria Novella soap, and Givenchy Hydra Sparkling lip and cheek balm—a multi-tasker that is also on Uma Thurman’s must-have list (and now ours, too). [Vogue U.K.]

The blond wig, caked-on makeup and extra-long talons are not event-only fare for Dolly Parton. “If you ring my doorbell at 8 A.M., I’m going to look like this!” the country superstar says. Talk about dedication. [NYDN]

Manicures for men are on the rise and the latest contender in the market is going to serious lengths to prove that wearing nail polish is totally tough. Aplphanail has signed two brand ambassadors in the form of kickboxer Nick Gonzalez and martial arts fighter Roger Huerta, both of whom have been spotted wearing its varnishes while throwing punches in the ring. [Daily Mail]

And the men’s beauty boom doesn’t stop there. “Guylashes” and “Guyliner,” meet Bro-tox. The number of men getting facial injections has increased so much over the last 15 years, the procedure has earned its very own nickname. [ABC]

Photo: Kristy Sparow/WireImage

Liv To Take The Mic; Neither Rain Nor Snow Will Keep Beyoncé Away From The Nail Salon; And More…


Liv Tyler: actress, beauty spokesperson—singer? The rock progeny and Givenchy Irresistible face will reportedly lend her pipes to an original song for her next installment of fragrance ads that’s being called “an electrifying meeting between the world of rock and the universe of perfume.” [Contact Music]

Shakira, the long-haired, Latin American singing sensation, has chopped off her signature strands in favor of an angled bob. That should make for some less impactful head-banging at her next live show; luckily, those hips still don’t lie. [People]

Beyoncé may be heavily pregnant, but that hasn’t stopped the pop superstar from maintaining her manicure. Mrs. Jay-Z stepped out in the pouring rain last night in New York to get a set of pointed, metallic blue gels at Sakura in the East Village. [Huff Po]

The Beauty Inc 2011 awards have been announced, crowning winners in a number of primping categories. Some of the year’s standouts, according to WWD‘s editors? Fergie’s Outspoken fragrance for Avon and Justin Bieber’s Someday scent, which took home the best mass and best prestige fragrance of the year honors, respectively; Chanel’s creative director of makeup, Peter Philips, who was named creative influencer of the year; and Salma Hayek’s Nuance and Tom Ford Beauty, which were each honored for having the best launches of the year. Click here for a complete list of winners. [WWD]

Speaking of the beauty industry’s major players, make way for the socialites—the latest crop of entrepreneurs looking to make their mark on the makeup and skincare business. [NYT]

Photo: Kristy Sparow/WireImage

Liv’s Multiple Perfume Disorder, Rachel For Bulgari, And More…


Liv Tyler’s best-kept acting secret? Fragrance. “I always wear a different smell for every character,” Tyler says. “My sense of smell has such a keen emotional connection for me…I can’t wear my own normal perfume.” [NYDN via The Frisky], Amazon’s online destination for all things luxe and primping, will make the leap from virtual to reality with a 1,600-square-foot store at the Americana Manhasset in Manhasset, N.Y., later this year. [WWD]

Somehow, Avril Lavigne has struck a deal for yet another perfume (that makes three for the pop star), and her latest creation, Wild Rose, will apparently smell of crème brûlée. Sounds…sweet. [Hollywood Life]

Following Kirsten Dunst’s nude-save-for-that-giant-lion photo shoot for Bulgari’s Mon Jasmine Noir fragrance, Rachel Weisz gets in front of the camera for a similarly unclothed campaign for the brand’s original Jasmine Noir scent. [Us Weekly]

Liv’s On The Juice, Emma Trashes Celeb Diets, And More…


Liv Tyler swears by YSL’s Touche Eclat highlighting pen, Rodin Olio Lusso, and daily exfoliation with Clarisonic’s skin brush, but the real secret to her gorgeous porcelain complexion is juicing. “I love Organic Avenue,” she says. “I always get the fresh cucumber juice—I can tell the difference in my skin when I don’t have it.” [T]

On Jennifer Lopez’s holiday weekend agenda? A HSN appearance to launch her latest fragrance, Love & Light. “I wanted to create a fragrance that was less about the world around you and more about your inner light and your spirit,” she says about the sparkling woody floral. You can watch her talk all about it during her midnight time slot on Saturday night. [People]

Emma Stone is nabbing magazine covers left and right and will follow her July Elle cameo with a starring role in Vanity Fair‘s August issue. In the glossy, the increasingly slim actress admits that she definitely feels the Hollywood pressure to stay svelte, but is not a fan of celebrity diet crazes. “It’s like: eat this diet, which is a palm-size piece of chicken and some beans, and work out two hours a day for the rest of your life,” she says, poking fun of Gwyneth and Madonna guru Tracy Anderson’s special brand of weight loss. [Monsters & Critics]

A month after the story blew up on the blogosphere, The New York Times has joined the feather hair extensions/fly fishermen debate, managing to get some excellent one-liners from fishermen enraged by the impending shortage of feathers as the fad tears across the country. “For someone to use them as a fashion statement is just sacrilegious,” a Maine-based fishing enthusiast says—and played out, we might add. [NYT]

Photo: Donato Sardella / Courtesy of Stella McCartney