10 posts tagged "Rachel Weisz"
I struggle to find a true celebrity doppelganger, but I’ve been told that I resemble Rachel Weisz—which is obviously flattering (and debatably true). The comparisons have made me acutely aware of the actress’ red-carpet cameos, however, if only so I can glean some tips from her makeup artists as far as how they choose to accentuate our, er, her full cheeks and almondine eyes. At last night’s Dior Beauty-sponsored Cinema Society screening of her new film The Whistleblower, Weisz and her glam squad chose to keep it natural, creating a light base with Diorskin Airflash Spray Foundation and highlighting with its Skinflash Radiance Booster Pen. It was Weisz’s apricot flush and subtle smoky lids that I’m most hoping to emulate, though, using Dior Blush in Peachy Keen and it’s 5-Couleurs Eyeshadow in Incognito. While we may not actually look alike, a love for clean skin and barely-there but impactful makeup is definitely something Mrs. Daniel Craig and I share. What do you think of her look?
Liv Tyler’s best-kept acting secret? Fragrance. “I always wear a different smell for every character,” Tyler says. “My sense of smell has such a keen emotional connection for me…I can’t wear my own normal perfume.” [NYDN via The Frisky]
BeautyBar.com, Amazon’s online destination for all things luxe and primping, will make the leap from virtual to reality with a 1,600-square-foot store at the Americana Manhasset in Manhasset, N.Y., later this year. [WWD]
Somehow, Avril Lavigne has struck a deal for yet another perfume (that makes three for the pop star), and her latest creation, Wild Rose, will apparently smell of crème brûlée. Sounds…sweet. [Hollywood Life]
Following Kirsten Dunst’s nude-save-for-that-giant-lion photo shoot for Bulgari’s Mon Jasmine Noir fragrance, Rachel Weisz gets in front of the camera for a similarly unclothed campaign for the brand’s original Jasmine Noir scent. [Us Weekly]
Natalie Portman has swapped veganism for vegetarianism. “If you’re not eating eggs, then you can’t have cookies or cake from regular bakeries, which can become a problem when that’s all you want to eat,” Portman says of her pregnancy cravings. Real leather ballet flats are still totally out of the question. [E!]
You can call Rachel Weisz a lot of things, but high-maintenance isn’t one of them. “I’m a bit of a wash-and-go kind of girl. I don’t know how to blow-dry my hair, so I never do,” she recently told InStyle. “I like a little frizz.” [Contactmusic]
Italy’s defamed prime minister Silvio Berlusconi has admitted to giving £40,000 to the teenage erotic dancer with whom he was involved so that she could buy laser hair-removal equipment for a spa she planned to open. Sounds like she really needed it, though; what’s a salon without laser hair removal services? [Telegraph]
Rihanna has spoken: “Redheads have the most fun.” The pop superstar has reported that she might cut her fire-engine red locks soon, but the hue is here to stay for a while. Color us chagrined. [MTV UK]
First Burberry, now L’Oreal. Onetime Christopher Bailey muse Rachel Weisz has just inked a deal to become the French beauty giant’s worldwide face for all brands—except in the U.S., that is. What would Andie MacDowell do with all the free time? [WWD]
Have you ever thought that Jared Leto looks like a girl with drawn-on stubble? No? Well, this cosplay (costume play) video out of Russia will make you reconsider. [Fashionista]
iPhone apps know no bounds. First came FatBooth, and now we give you DragMe, an application that turns one and all into a drag queen with “splendid” wigs, “glorious” makeup, “engaging” eyebrows, and “jaunty” head wraps—all with one simple click of your iPhone camera. Imagine the possibilities! [App Modo]
After making our way through the bevy of red-carpet images from this past weekend in Cannes, this photo of Rachel Weisz at last night’s Agora premiere is the one that stayed with us. Yes, her exquisite emerald Valentino gown is enough to beguile even the most discerning peruser, but we were more caught up with that glossy pink lip and some of the more subtly tasteful extensions we’ve ever seen. Please note the impact that just a few more inches of cascading hair can have on a strapless neckline. Thoughts on her overall look?