August 27 2014

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11 posts tagged "Paris Hilton"

Riccardo Tisci Makes His Fragrance Debut; Julia Roberts Lightens Up; And More…


Dahlia Noir, Riccardo Tisci’s first fragrance for the house of Givenchy, will debut in August and feature a print campaign starring his muse Mariacarla Boscono. Love the visuals. [The Fashion Spot]

Also launching a fragrance this year: Nicki Minaj. It will reportedly smell like a sexy and confident woman and have a “va-va-voom factor.” [Examiner via Allure]

In an exciting plot twist, Paris Hilton is not launching another fragrance. A skincare line, however, is in the works. [Female First]

Julia Roberts: also not launching a signature scent—as far as we know. Her latest beauty coup features golden highlights, which lightened up her dark chestnut locks at the Tribeca Film Festival this weekend. [Bella Sugar]

Photo: Courtesy of The Fashion Spot

Free Paris!; Katy Perry Catches The Perfume Bug; And More…


Paris Hilton has been vindicated! Sort of. HairTech International Inc., which was suing the heiress on grounds that she wore a competitor’s locks in 2008 and skipped out on launch-party hosting duties back in ’07, has dropped all of its charges. [TMZ]

“The folks in Japan are working on olfactory technology to allow [the mobile phone] to replace fragrance or so fragrance could be used in applications.” YES. [NYT]

is spending the new year in St. Bart’s (where else?) and is sporting the perfect accessory: beach hair. [Just Jared]

Purr, Katy Perry’s debut signature scent, has apparently whet the pop star’s appetite for fragrance. “It’s going to engage all the senses,” she recently said of her upcoming 2011 European tour. “We’re looking into alternative stuff like smell. We’re talking to a couple of companies at the moment about creating an aroma for the performance.” [CTV]

Carey Mulligan says she went through a “phase of not being comfortable with myself,” when she used to starve herself to appear thinner on camera and on stage. But that’s over now. “I’m not going to restrict myself or make myself miserable. I finally came to the realization that it doesn’t matter”—good advice for those of you planning a post-NYE crash diet. [Contact Music]

Photo: Courtesy of Katy Perry Purr

Lady Gaga’s Diet Secrets, Andy Roddick Swears Off Manscaping, And More…


Lady Gaga’s trim body isn’t due to physically demanding onstage dancing (read: air-humping and hip thrusting) alone. According to her choreographer LaurieAnn Gibson, Gaga keeps a pretty strict diet while on tour. “It’s all about salsa with grain chips, tofu, turkey slices, hummus, and coconut water,” Gibson says. If you were wondering how you too can rock bodysuits and bodysuits alone, now you know. [People]

Model Brooklyn Decker may be into primping, but her husband, tennis pro Andy Roddick, can’t be bothered—especially with the U.S. Open in full swing. “There’s really no routine. I shave once every ten days. No manscaping for me,” he says. As the new spokesman for Lacoste’s Challenge eau de parfum, we’re assuming he feels more passionately about his fragrance routine. [Stylelist]

Let it be known Paris Hilton is not a drug user, despite what you may have read recently. How do we know? Her hairstylist—credible source that he is—told us. Hilton’s go-to coif master, Michael Boychuck, says that Paris “wants everyone to know she does not do drugs and does not have time for that.” Satisfied? [Radar Online]

The rumor mill is churnin’, but the family-owned OPI confirms that it is not in fact selling its quirky nail polish brand to a bigger company, like Essie did earlier this year. Phew. We worry that going corporate would mean the end of all those quirky names—”I’m not really a waitress,” anyone? [WWD]

For your wacky beauty news bit of the day, we bring you “beauty goggles” that reduce facial wrinkles through the combination of a lifting action and specially designed massaging ridges. Wherever can you get your hands on these modern marvels? Only in Japan, of course. [The Frisky]

Photo: Villard / SIPA Press

Sephora Does Denim, Paris Gets Served, and More…


Fans of beauty and fashion one-stop shopping may want to sit down for this one: Sephora has announced plans to launch a denim line. Its new Lerock jeans collection is being called Lift Up, referring to its ability to push up posteriors. So far, rollout plans include Italian retail stores only, but fingers crossed the U.S. gets a piece of the action as well. [WWD]

Looks like this summer’s “celebutantes vs. the law” story isn’t over. Paris Hilton may go before a judge if the lawsuit that a hair extensions company is filing against her goes to trial. Hairtech International Inc. is suing Hilton, alleging that she wore a competitor’s locks in 2008 and skipped out on launch party hosting duties back in ’07. One can only hope she makes like LiLo and dabbles in expressive nail art for her day in court. [NYDN]

Procter & Gamble may not be ready to go all organic, all the time with the ingredients in its popular personal care products, but the beauty giant is planning to use eco-friendly sugarcane-derived plastic to package select lines from brands like Pantene Pro-V and CoverGirl. Baby steps. [MSNBC]

Full disclosure: Khloe is our favorite Kardashian. And while we hate the Lakers (that’s right, we said it), we also kind of really like Lamar Odom—he just seems like a nice guy, no? That being said, the couple’s just-announced unisex fragrance will definitely find its way into our celebrity perfume collection, earning coveted placement somewhere in between Derek Jeter’s Driven and Britney’s Fantasy (it’s a classic!). [E!]

Photo: Courtesy of Lerock

Age-Defying Beauties, Jake Gyllenhaal As Samson, And More…


Helen Mirren, Catherine Deneuve, and Sophia Loren round out a new top ten list of the most beautiful women in the world. “The difference between pretty and beautiful is that pretty is temporal, whereas beautiful is eternal,” according to Claudia Schiffer, who, at 40 years old, came in second behind Penélope Cruz. It looks like both beauty and wisdom can increase with age. [Express]

Forbes has just released its own top five list of the most lucrative careers launched on YouTube. Coming in right behind Justin “The Bangs” Bieber is one Michelle Phan—YouTube handle, RiceBunny—whose makeup tutorials have garnered hundreds of millions of views and earned her a Lancôme contract. Ladies, to your flip cameras. [Forbes]

How did Jake Gyllenhaal get so buff for his latest role in Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time? “It’s really all about the hair,” Gyllenhaal insists. “It’s about growing the hair—when you grow the hair and shampoo it every day, you know, you really get strong muscles.” Our vast knowledge of scrawny, long-haired hipsters seems to be evidence to the contrary, but we’ll defer to you on this one, Jake. [AP]

Paris Hilton is back at the fragrance game, working on Tease, her tenth perfume, which will launch this summer and is inspired by Marilyn Monroe. The advertising visuals really write themselves for this one. [Scented Salamander]

All hail the return of the Pob. Victoria Beckham is apparently back to the asymmetrical bob she made famous back in 2007. A host of second-generation VB imitators will likely follow suit. [FabSugar U.K.]

Photo: Andrew Cooper, SMPSP © Disney Enterprises, Inc. and Jerry Bruckheimer, Inc. All rights reserved.