4 posts tagged "Mila Kunis"
If you’re hoping to get a svelte body like Mila Kunis’, the likelihood is you won’t be able to with a single body salve alone, even if it is Rodial’s Body Sculpture Cream—which is why the UK has banned ads for the product featuring the Black Swan star in the buff, citing “deceptive” marketing techniques. [E! ]
Wrangler is indeed serious about its new line of jeans that moisturize your legs while you wear them—so serious, they’ve hired a spokesmodel for the Denim Spa range: Lizzie Jagger. [Contact Music]
Jessica Alba’s secret to baby-soft skin? Beauty products for babies from the organic brand Weleda, of course. [InStyle U.K.]
Live! With Kelly and Michael star Kelly Ripa has revealed that she gets Botox injections every seven months so her eyelid skin rests on her eyelashes. “I feel like [Botox] makes my makeup artist’s life easier, and it makes my eyes look a little more open on TV, which is where I happen to work right now,” she explains. [Hollywood Life]
EXCLUSIVE: You Can Take It With You: Clutch-Sized Beauty Essentials For The Golden Globes And Beyond-------
At last year’s Golden Globes, something unusual happened that completely usurped the show’s typical beauty highlights. After the ceremony began and the gaggle of gowns, chignons, and painted pouts were seated, the camera panned to Angelina Jolie, who, at that very moment, rifled through her bag, produced a crystalline pink lip gloss, and proceeded to apply it at will. The Twitterverse erupted, and within a matter of hours, it was revealed that Angie was a fan of Chantecaille’s Brilliant Gloss in Love—so much so that she brought it in her clutch for periodic touch-ups throughout the evening. At the 69th annual Golden Globes last night, there were no such live, on-screen beauty moments to speak of, although we couldn’t quell the burning desire to know just what the nominees had packed in their purses. So, we did what any good reporter would do: We asked their makeup artists. Here, in a Style.com exclusive, face-painting stars like Clarins celebrity beauty artist Pati Dubroff and global artistry director and brand ambassador for Laura Mercier Matin Maulawizada tell us the single item they sent A-listers like Julianne Moore and Claire Danes down the red carpet with. Because you never know when unnecessary shine or a faded statement lip could ruin your moment in the spotlight.
The latest bit of spokesperson news doesn’t involve one of Tinseltown’s twentysomething scene stealers. Instead, Olay is putting Kim Cattrall in the spotlight as the face of its new Total Effects antiaging bodycare range. A little Photoshopping seems evident in the ads—which, for the record, aren’t close-ups—but for the most part, Cattrall looks each and every one of her 54 years, and all the better for it. [Stylelist]
“I think it was the ugliest haircut I’ve ever seen.” …Jennifer Aniston on the “Rachel,” which captivated salon-goers in the nineties. [Allure]
Khloe Kardashian’s stint as a redhead is officially over. A moment of silence to mourn the loss, please. And…over it. [People]
I’ve watched my fair share of That ’70s Show reruns and I’ve always enjoyed Mila Kunis, so it pains me a bit to use her as an example here, but this issue must be addressed. Is there such a thing as too much shimmer and shine? Lining her smoky eye makeup with silver shadow to complement a nude shimmer gloss and some frosty peach blush, not to mention the space-age dress she wore to the premiere of her new film Extract, definitely seems like overkill. Thoughts?