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9 posts tagged "Parfums Christian Dior"

The Truth Sets Nicole Kidman Free, Natalie Portman Is Miss Dior, And More…


The day has finally come. After years of denying avid Botox use—despite evidence to the contrary (foreheads don’t just look like that)—Nicole Kidman has admitted to regular injections. “I don’t use it anymore,” though, she insists. [People]

The latest development in the seemingly nonstop Natalie Portman media blitz is the release of her new ads for Miss Dior Cherie, in which she poses topless (pre-baby bump) with a youthful bow in her hair. To say that she was well cast is an understatement. [Just Jared]

Good news for all the Aishwarya Rai Bachchan fans out there. After speculation over the holidays that the Bollywood actress had been dropped as one of L’Oréal’s global faces and seemingly replaced by the younger Freida Pinto, the French beauty giant has announced that said rumors are “absolutely untrue.” Phew. [WWD]

“Water, sleep, exercise, organic food, and regular facials.” —Rosie Huntington-Whiteley on her pared-down beauty routine. Victoria’s Secret supermodels: They’re just like us! [Contact Music]

Photo: Courtesy of Parfums Christian Dior

Willow Smith’s Super Bowl Win, Cruelty-Free Cannage, And More…


Out with the faux-hawk, in with the bowl cut. Willow Smith has found a whole new way to whip her hair. [StyleList]

Wondering why Natalie Portman signed with Dior as the new face of its Miss Dior Cherie fragrance, after years of only hawking products for vegan brands? “Dior made all of the shoes for me with no animals and no leather or anything…so I can wear Dior shoes without taking lives,” the Black Swan star said. Cruelty-free cannage?! There may be something to that… [USA Today]

Carey Mulligan is the latest high-profile head of hair to go Balenciaga Blonde, sporting a matte-texture peroxide bouffant at the opening of the 7th Annual Dubai International Film Festival this weekend. Retro glamour, at its finest. [Daily Mail]

Kate Middleton will be a princess in a few short months, but the Bucklebury, England, native doesn’t seem to have plans to abandon her commoner roots. The 28-year-old apparently did her own makeup for a Mario Testino-lensed engagement photo of her with fiancé Prince William. [People]

Planning a “new year, new you”-style makeover for 2011? According to T Magazine, you better start primping now; swelling from lip injections takes at least a week to go down. [T]

Photo: Kevin Mazur / WireImage / Getty Images

Beauty Bytes: The Best of Beauty Counter, June 2010


It’s been a busy month here on the blog. With a whole new crop of A-listers signing beauty contracts, pop stars dyeing and straightening their hair, and one very prominent face painter dabbling in fashion to write about, we barely had time to do our own makeup. In case you missed them, we’ve compiled a top ten list of June’s most important posts. Read up.

Dior Gets Natalie Portman, Pop Stars In Full Color, And More…


First Julia Roberts caved, then Jennifer Aniston, and now Natalie Portman has succumbed to the lure of the beauty biz. Portman just accepted a new role as the face of Parfums Christian Dior. It’s the first time the actress has represented a fragrance and cosmetics brand, and begs the question: Who’s next? [WWD]

In the first long-term study measuring the speed of wrinkle development, researchers found that women with well-hydrated skin develop persistent wrinkles less quickly than those with dry skin. If you’re not already on the moisturizer tip, the time to start slathering is now. [Daily Mail]

Rihanna may be grabbing headlines this morning with her new fire-engine red ‘do, but she’s getting some competition from Katy Perry, who chose cobalt blue hair for her performance at the MTV Movie Awards last night. Add that to Lady Gaga’s eggyolk yellow look of earlier this Spring, and it would appear as though the pop star community is having a primary-color moment. [Fab Sugar]

White hair is also receiving its fair share of attention around the blogosphere today. Ipilimumab, a new experimental melanoma drug, reportedly fights the deadly form of skin cancer by boosting the body’s immune system. Silver-y strands are an indication that it’s working. [msnbc]

Photo: Peter Kramer / AP Photo