11 posts tagged "Olivia Wilde"
Olivia Wilde is beautiful without a stitch of makeup. Last night, the actress turned up on the arm of her husband-to-be, Jason Sudeikis, at the New York premiere of his new film, We’re the Millers, and her precisely painted vermilion pout (perfectly matched to the shade of her strapless Osman dress) transformed the Revlon spokeswoman’s look from girl-next-door gorgeous to drop-dead glam. The red-carpet pics reveal just how head-over-heels they are. In several images, Sudeikis appears to be checking her lipstick—a woman’s best accessory might be a fiancé who doubles as her makeup artist. In his interview from the latest issue of Maxim, Sudeikis joked, “I think people look at us and wonder what kind of information I have on her to get so lucky. Like I must have video of her taking a bomb into the White House.”
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Say hello to Byoutik, a new app that allows customers to search, book, and pay for any type of beauty services with a myriad aesthetician. In case you hadn’t noticed, beauty apps are the new nail polish. [WWD]
Breaking: Miranda Kerr’s perma glow is not cosmetically enhanced! “I love a little bit of natural sunlight in moderation with a big hat! Being outside in nature is great for the mind and body.” You can take the girl out of Australia… [People]
Rihanna: now sporting auburn highlights in her blonde shag. Tell your friends. [Hollywood Life]
Count another one for Olivia Wilde. The Revlon brand ambassador has just nabbed an Avon fragrance contract as well. [Marie Claire UK]
And now one for the indie music fans among you. Father John Misty, a.k.a Josh Tillman, formerly of the band Fleet Foxes, is releasing a women’s fragrance to go along with his new album, Funtimes in Babylon. The sweet orange oil, Tunisian neroli, violet absolute, bourbon, vanilla, and jasmine eau will be called Innocence—and is not a joke, apparently. Hey, it worked for Justin Bieber. [Pitchfork]
Braid crowns are a dime a dozen at red-carpet events these days, but every once in a while, someone gives them an exciting, accessorized twist. At this weekend’s Bloomberg & Vanity Fair cocktail reception following the 2013 White House Correspondents’ dinner in Washington, D.C., that person was Olivia Wilde. Channeling a Gatsby-era headpiece, the Revlon ambassador tied a strip of black lace across her forehead and then wove the fabric through her lengths for a textural effect before overlapping the plaits and pinning them down. It presumably went over well with the politicos—not to mention the beauty enthusiasts. Do you like?
The press-junket portion of any movie release can be demanding—especially if you’re promoting two films at once while speaking at film conferences, as Olivia Wilde has been doing. The multitasking actress, who doubles as a Revlon global ambassador when she’s not on-screen, was in Austin over the weekend to speak at the New Grass Roots: Digital Age Movie Marketing panel at the SXSW Music, Film + Interactive Festival, during which she was also on hand to support Drinking Buddies, her new film costarring Anna Kendrick. Then, last night, it was off to L.A. for the premiere of The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, with Steve Carell and Jim Carrey. Impressively, Wilde had three distinctly different, event-appropriate hairstyles up her sleeve for each occasion: center-parted and straight to talk shop; a cute retro faux bob for her first Texas-based comedic release; and glamorous ombré waves for the second, in Hollywood. Well played, Wilde. Which look is your favorite?
Blue—not black—eye makeup was one of the big beauty stories at the Spring shows, with liners and shadows in shades of navy, aqua, and turquoise turning up en masse from Michael Kors in New York and Mary Katrantzou in London to Versus in Milan. But our favorite blues project came at Altuzarra, where Tom Pecheux used a midnight blue pencil to accent models’ upper lash lines (more on that when our Backstage Confidential feature goes live on Friday). Olivia Wilde employed a similar technique at the Django Unchained premiere last night in New York, where the Revlon brand ambassador used a marine pigment to rim a smudged black outline. Needless to say, we were into it. You too?