5 posts tagged "Oprah"
A French Import Arrives Stateside; Oprah’s Big Beauty Reveal; LaLa Anthony Talks High-Fashion Nails; And A Month Of Manis In A Box
Bioderma Créaline, the French makeup remover beloved by makeup artists, models, and editors the world over, is available on Sears’ website, says Elle.com. While we’ve found a few select stores that carry this gem in New York City, now every beauty junkie nationwide can easily get her hands on a bottle of this non-greasy, water-like formula. The only question left is, what to do with the extra space in our suitcases next time we return from Paris fashion week?
Oprah showed off her hair-raising September cover on Instagram. According to The Cut, the super-sized wig weighs roughly the same amount as a Chihuahua (3.5 pounds). But if there’s anyone that can wear a ‘fro this fantastic, it’s the Queen of Talk. Winfrey’s top tip for pulling off a massive mane: equally large earrings. “Otherwise they just get lost in the hair,” she says.
The reality star, basketball wife, makeup creator, and newly minted Caress spokeswoman LaLa Anthony just revealed to Allure.com that blue, orange, and yellow Kenzo patterns are splashed across her nails. What’s next, Proenza Schouler’s photo prints?
Speaking of manis, Nylon.com reports that you can get nail wraps designed by finger painters like Britney Tokyo and Natalie Nichole of Nail Swag mailed to your doorstep each month by Scratch, a nail wrap company with a commitment to creativity. Your box will come brimming with tools, accents, and three sets of wraps that can be used to create four different manicures—not to mention, a special surprise created by each edition’s collaborator.
Mass beauty giant Proctor & Gamble is joining the green movement by introducing sustainable and recyclable plastic sourced from Brazilian sugarcane in its CoverGirl, Pantene, and Max Factor brands. It’s not zero parabens and preservatives, but every little bit counts. [WWD]
Rihanna has gotten over her ill-advised devotion to red hair dye and returned to her brunette roots. Let us be the first to say, “Finally.” [People]
And so, the truth comes out. Gwyneth Paltrow, Country Strong star, mother of two, and poster child for the macrobiotic diet, revealed to Conan O’Brien that she not only owns a deep fryer but uses it all the time. “Fried food is my weakness. I don’t have a sweet tooth,” she says. Us too! [Daily Mail]
Speaking of full disclosure—or lack thereof—Claire Danes’ Latisse spokesperson gig may be in jeopardy as a “source” has come forward claiming that the actress, whose lashes are long and lethal, has severe hyperpigmentation from the prescription growth serum. Bad for business. [NYP]
First Oprah’s makeup artist, Reggie Wells, debuted a new range of products for HissyFit Cosmetics, and now comes news that her hairstylist, Andre Walker, will launch his own range of coiffing products on HSN this week. Looks like everyone is hedging their bets now that the talk show hostess with the mostess is going off the air. [Stylelist]
Naomi Campbell, who once famously told Playboy magazine, “I never diet. I smoke. I drink now and then. I never work out. I work very hard and I am worth every cent,” revealed on Oprah yesterday that she does the master cleanse at least three times a year these days, sometimes for 18 days straight. Well, that explains those aggression issues. [Guardian]
In other “how do they stay so trim?” news, Jennifer Lopez is the latest celebrity to touch on her dieting secrets, which appear to be as simple as portion control. “If you can learn to not eat till your stomach feels full and gross, then you can pretty much control your life in that area,” she told Marie Claire U.K. Not exactly an endorsement for healthy eating, but not nearly as controversial as Kate Moss’ “nothing tastes as good as skinny feels.” That really seemed to rub people the wrong way. [Huff Po]
Even big beauty brands fall victim to Facebook’s way of making you measure your worth in your number of friend requests. A new list is out detailing the ten least popular brands when it comes to social networking. Oh, the shame! [Independent]
Sarah Palin made her debut on Oprah today. Hopefully, you set your DVR so you can hold a post-work viewing session, but in the mean time: a hairstyle retrospective to get properly fired up. [Huff Po]
Lancôme has become a patron of the Carla Bruni-Sarkozy Foundation, launching a program called Lancôme Revelations, which aims to introduce disadvantaged French students to creative professions in their last year of high school. What, no spokesperson deal? [WWD]
Jane Birkin’s beauty secrets revealed! The 62-year-old admits to making peace with sun-worshipping and a general “less is better” mantra. We hate cakey foundation face, too, JB. [Daily Mail]
Facial clarity, not symmetry, is now believed to be the leading factor in determining attractiveness. We’re of the mind that a little of both will take you a long way, but maybe that’s just us. [Daily Mail]
Did you know that being a minority shareholder in a cosmetics company means that you too get sued if something shady goes down? Neither did Sigourney Weaver. [Post Chronicle]
L’Oréal Paris can now add “friend of the Walk of Fame” to its long list of accolades. The beauty giant, which is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, was honored yesterday for its commitment to preserving the iconic Hollywood street, which it has apparently deemed “worth it.” [Reuters]
Oprah’s longtime makeup artist, Reggie Wells, has just been appointed international creative director of Australian beauty brand Hissyfit. Seeing as how Wells’ discerning clientele also includes Beyoncé, Halle Berry, and one Janice Dickinson, the brand’s aggressive moniker likely didn’t deter him one bit. [PR Log]
Lush Cosmetics has joined forces with the Hunt Saboteurs Association (HSA) to help raise awareness against hunting with hounds in the U.K., which is an illegal, though still popular, practice. One might say the natural beauty brand is officially “getting foxy.” [Gazette Live]
For the upcoming holiday season, it’s all about the solid fragrance in a bauble. An onslaught of scented bangles, key chains, costume rings, and cell phone charms is about to infiltrate department stores worldwide. Stodgy old flacons, beware. [Independent]