August 27 2014

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2 posts tagged "Nick Arrojo"

Ted Gibson Heads To Cable TV


For fans of What Not To Wear, TLC’s popular show where friends and family members out a loved one for style violations (the public shaming is subsequently smoothed over with a $5,000 wardrobe budget and a celeb-caliber makeover, naturally), a big change is coming to the beauty department. Ted Gibson will replace Nick Arrojo as the show’s celebrity stylist, which should make for some exciting hair heroics, not to mention a healthy dose of playful banter. Gibson, who tends to the tresses of Anne Hathaway, Angelina Jolie, and Debra Messing, among other celebs, ranks among our favorite backstage fixtures during fashion week for his personality plus approach to styling, not to mention his love for a good accent scarf. Yet another thing to add to our growing why-we-should-break-down-and-get-cable list. (We’ve had problems with a Food Network addiction in the past, but maybe things will be different this time around?)

Photo: Courtesy of Ted Gibson

Beauty, by the Book


October is shaping up to be a big month for beauty fiends. In addition to all of the special limited-edition products on offer for Breast Cancer Awareness Month and the myriad ways you can use your liners and lipsticks to go crypt-keeper chic for Halloween, some of the biggest names in the biz have put pen to paper, offering up hardbound copies of their respective expertise. In a double shot from the glam squad on TLC’s What Not to Wear, hairstlyist Nick Arrojo brings us, Great Hair: Secrets to Looking Fabulous and Feeling Beautiful Every Day. A guide to helping you identify your hair type and then learn how to work with what you’ve got, the book offers some hope that one day, maybe—just maybe—you will stop bringing magazine tear sheets to the salon, demanding replication. For matters of the face, the show’s acclaimed makeup artist, Carmindy, debuts Get Positively Beautiful: The Ultimate Guide to Looking and Feeling Gorgeous—a “feel-good” book of sorts, in which she manages to provide equal parts self-help and application tips, filling 216 pages with progressive ways to enhance your natural features, not cover perceived flaws. (It also includes a nine-page shopping guide, btw). Last but not least, makeup monolith Bobbi Brown announced the release of Bobbi Brown Makeup Manual: For Everyone From Beginner to Pro this week as well. Due out in January 2009, it packs 25 years of experience into one complete volume, with over 200 full-color photos and step-by-step instructions. The book also has a bit of an entrepreneurial flair, with a guide for aspiring makeup artists on how to break into the business, put together a portfolio, work with photographers, etc. Consider your fall reading list effectively started.