4 posts tagged "Sofia Vergara"
Spring’s blond trend (see Lezark, Leigh and Stam, Jessica) appears to have some staying power as yet another bold-faced name appears to be feeling flaxen. Sofia Vergara, the Modern Family star who shot to fame for that body and those long, Latin, ombre-tinted chestnut locks has gone back to her roots with a new set of honey highlights, which she debuted on Instagram (where else?). Vergara, who is a natural blond, reportedly dyed her hair dark when she started out in Hollywood to get more roles. But now that she’s got a few Emmy Awards and a Pepsi deal to her name, snagging parts—and endorsement deals—should no longer be an issue. Thoughts on her new color?
Cat-eye, meet the kitten eye—a slightly less severe, easier-to-execute eyeliner flick that is a makeup novice’s dream come true. [L.A. Times]
Emmy nominee and Modern Family star Sofia Vergara has been wearing makeup since the ripe old age of 14. The Colombian native and CoverGirl & Olay spokeswoman adores mascara, but she “would never be without lipstick. Because you look well put-together.” [Allure]
Thinking of buying makeup and fragrance knockoffs as holiday gifts? Think again. Horse urine, lice, and high levels of mercury are just some of the substances often found in counterfeit cosmetics. Ga-ross. [BBC]
If you’re on the hunt for a pre-holiday party slimming quick-fix, Heidi Klum recommends taking a bath. The German model-turned-mogul reportedly swears by adding a cup of Epsom salts to a warm 15-minute soak so the magnesium sulphate in the salts can draw out excess bodily fluid, helping to diminish the appearance of bloating. [Daily Mail]
Or you can try OAP-189, a new side effect-free diet “wonder” drug that apparently suppresses the appetite by mimicking a hormone that is released naturally by the stomach when it is full. [HuffPo U.K.]
Easy, breezy, beautiful, Sofia Vergara. The Modern Family star announced through her Twitter today that she is the new face of CoverGirl. [BellaSugar]
And now for your daily dose of Lady Gaga: The diva nailed her performance on Wall Street on Monday night—literally. Gaga broke a nail during her show, and, of course, had to show it off by giving her guests the finger. [Page Six]
Erin Fetherston stepped out last night for Julien Marinetti’s Doggy John exhibition sporting a new cropped ‘do. The designer ditched her signature braids for a bob. [People via Stylelist]
The Body Shop has gone Bollywood. For the first time in India, the company announced a brand ambassador, and it’s Bollywood actress Dia Mirza. “We are careful not to have just a pretty face. We like to see that they have Body Shop personality as well,” said Estelle Lau, the brand’s Asia Pacific franchise director. [WWD]
Lancôme is officially stacking its celebrity spokesperson deck. As if scoring Julia Roberts last year wasn’t a big enough coup, the French beauty giant has just announced that Emma Watson is joining Kate Winslet and Penélope Cruz as the newest face of the brand. [WWD]
In the newest issue of O magazine, Oprah dedicates a whole feature to her longtime hairstylist Andre Walker, who dishes about coiffing the talk show hostess-with-the-mostess for the last 25-plus years. Walker goes into detail about “the styles that weren’t so great” (read: the bigger eighties-era poufs) and his tips for keeping Winfrey’s hair TV camera-ready, including, “Condition. Condition. Condition. Whether you think you need it or not, use a conditioner every time you shampoo, and slather on a thick hair mask once a week.” [People StyleWatch]
Emma Stone was snapped with light, strawberry blond curls in L.A. this weekend—a far cry from the sleek platinum strands she sported front-row at Louis Vuitton last week. Yes, the color was for her new movie, The Help, but we’re hoping it will serve as a reminder of how good she looked as a ginger. [Just Jared]
Diet Pepsi debuted its new “skinny” can during NYFW to a considerable amount of criticism, so it should come as no surprise that its allegedly retouched ad campaign starring an equally slimmed-down Sofia Vergara is generating a similar clamor. [Daily Mail]