August 23 2014

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Rachel McAdams’ Blue Ambition; Brunettes Have More Fun; And More…


You can count Rachel McAdams in on the current hair color craze. The actress, who has already toyed with pink streaks, admits that she’s got other hues on the brain in the new issue of Glamour. “I still think about doing blue at some point, but I don’t like to change my hair before I’m about to do [a film]—you never know what that character’s going to be.” [Fashion Etc.]

McAdams also might want to consider brown. According to a new study, men actually find brunettes more attractive than blondes and redheads, and presumably blue-heads, too. [Daily Mail]

Carla Bruni-Sarkozy is the latest high-profile face to come under fire for, er, enjoying a few too many Botox vials—although we’d like to remind the celeb-watchers of the world that the first lady of France has always had those enviable high cheekbones and feline eyes, OK? [Radar]

Sometime-actress Denise Richards is the latest pseudo star to announce that she’s putting all of her eggs into the beauty basket. The former Mrs. Charlie Sheen has apparently designed a hair care collection with Beverly Hills stylist-to-the-stars, Christophe. [Digital Spy]

Photo: Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images

Rachel McAdams Puts It Bluntly


The 64th annual Cannes Film Festival is officially under way and day one is already shaping up to be a good one for celebrity beauty sightings, much to the enjoyment of the throngs of spectators camped out in front of the Hotel Martinez. Salma Hayek delighted crowds in a décolleté-bearing Gucci dress this morning to promote Puss in Boots with Antonio Banderas, and Woody Allen was out and about with Owen Wilson and Rachel McAdams, the co-stars of his flick Midnight in Paris. McAdams was sporting a new, Riviera-friendly hair look for the occasion, complete with chunky highlights of the platinum and honey variety and extra-long, blunt-cut fringe. Color us excited for the rest of the week’s events. You too?

Photo: Pascal Le Segretain / Getty Images; Tony Barson / Getty Images

Rachel McAdams Goes Retro


The press junket for Rachel McAdams’ new film Morning Glory is officially under way, and the actress chose a strapless, gray Lanvin number for its opening night in New York. She also opted for an interesting coif, which her stylist, Sebastian Professional Stylist design team member Thomas Dunkin, described as “a punch of rock star glam.” We will admit that McAdam’s voluminous, teased-out, rough-dried strands did draw our attention, but only because the style seemed oddly retro. (For the record, Dunkin did indeed employ large Velcro rollers to get the height at McAdams’ roots, which he topped off with Sebastian Professional Matte Putty to give her tresses a dull finish reminiscent of the sixties’ popular rat style). A soft gray cat-eye and a slightly asymmetrical parting added modernity—or “rock star glam,” as it were—but we would’ve preferred something a bit more sexy and sleek with look 39 off Alber Elbaz’ Spring runway. You too?

Photo: Brian Zak / SIPA Press

A Very Fine Mess


Oh, to be artfully disheveled. Many try to achieve the fine style balance, but few succeed. So we have to give props to Rachel McAdams, who, at last night’s London premiere of the much anticipated holiday film Sherlock Holmes, managed to pull it off with aplomb. Her loose, slightly unraveled side braid felt simple, easy, and reminiscent of the breezy ‘dos that graced Alexander Wang’s Spring 2010 runway, where, insiders will remember, the actress sat front-row. Well played, Miss McAdams!


Rachel McAdams’ Short Notice


After being spotted in a series of mid-length tousled looks in New York last month while on location for her new film Morning Glory, Rachel McAdams added some bounce to her soft waves with a shorter cut, which she showed off at the Comic-Con International Convention this weekend. The look seems to skirt the line between sweet and sexy, which is pretty appropriate for McAdams’ girl-next-door appeal, no?

Photo: From left, Chelsea Lauren / Wire Image; Bobby Bank / Wire Image