12 posts tagged "Zooey Deschanel"
If you want to get on Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s bad side, be negligent about tweezing. “That’s my pet peeve, bad eyebrows,” the Burberry Body face says. “Messy, badly plucked, thin. There’s a right eyebrow for every woman.” [People]
Despite that Rimmel contract, The New Girl star Zooey Deschanel claims that she “doesn’t wear a lot of makeup,” save for the occasional eyeliner. “I’m all bangs and eyes,” Deschanel says in the new issue of Allure. As for that signature fringe, she maintains it with a collection of staples from Oribe. [Fashion Etc.]
Dakota Fanning is the latest celeb to go pink. The Marc Jacobs Oh! Lola face was spotted sporting cotton candy tips in L.A. this week. And so the dip-dye domination continues. [Look]
When it comes to awards show manicures, Jessica Alba leaves the decisions to her 3-year-old daughter. “Honor did pick out my nail polish [for the Golden Globes],” the Revlon brand ambassador reveals. [Vogue.U.K.]
With a new movie out and a TV series debuting this fall, Zooey Deschanel is having a bit of a moment. Sure, the indie screen queen has had a lucrative music career with M. Ward while on sabbatical from acting. We are, in fact, She & Him fans, but we prefer our Zooey in front of the camera, rather than behind the mic. And for good reason: The vintage lover has been known to kill it on the red carpet. Last night’s L.A. premiere of Our Idiot Brother was a case in point, with Deschanel dazzling in a ruffled fifties-inspired Moschino frock and our favorite fall beauty trend, spider lashes. The actress paired her doll-like fringe with a smoky cat-eye, her signature flushed cheek (she’s a big fan of Benefit’s Posietint), and a shimmering berry lip. Please join us when we say, “Welcome back, Zooey.” What do you think of her look?
Zooey Deschanel: actress, singer-songwriter, beauty muse? The doll-eyed brunette just inked a deal to front new ads for Rimmel London later this year, joining fellow spokeswomen Kate Moss, Georgia Jagger, and Coco Rocha. [WWD]
While Deschanel dabbles in makeup, Jennifer Aniston is reportedly trying her hand at fragrance. Don’t act so surprised; it was bound to happen eventually. [OK!]
Sally Hershberger, she of Manhattan’s famed $800 haircut, is launching a prestige haircare line as a follow-up to her mass collection. “Salon,” as it’s called, will have its HSN debut on Monday, when Hershberger and her pricey fingers will be using the products on real women with “bad hair”—a live television task that she says could be “the hardest thing I’ve ever done.” And the suspense mounts. Set your DVRs. [WWD]
If you want the fuller brows that have been showing up in a range of shapes, colors, and sizes on the Fall runways, but over-plucking in years past has left you little to work with, have no fear: Eyebrow transplants are here! [Daily Mail]
Who has the best bangs in music—an industry, we might mention, in which there is no shortage of forehead fringe? Our vote goes to Zooey Deschanel. [SPINearth.tv]
Body odor, not perfume, is the best way to get attention from men, a new study says. Yes, positive attention. [Daily Mail]
Shiseido has bought Bare Escentuals. The original mineral makeup is about to get bigger, better, and become available pretty much everywhere. [NYT]
After launching her eponymous first scent in March of last year, Halle Berry is going for round two with Pure Orchid, due out next month. The actress is looking at the perfume as “another opportunity to create a scent that is reflective of who I am.” So…it should be really, really, ridiculously good-looking. [WWD]
After we posted Little Boots’ comments on the wrongs of summer festival beauty, i.e., using the frequently muddy music extravaganzas as an excuse to “go all tribal,” this picture of Drew Barrymore enjoying sets by Bon Iver, Yeasayer, and MGMT at Bonnaroo surfaced like clockwork. An actual conversation about the beauty guidelines for face painting followed shortly thereafter between me and a fashion editor friend, who surmised that only certain celebs, namely Drew, Zooey Deschanel, and Kirsten Dunst, could pull off the look without looking “played,” as she put it. I felt the need to add Bat for Lashes, a.k.a. Natasha Khan, to the list since she has inspired many a festivalgoer to experiment with the full potential of eye shadows and lipsticks. Thoughts on playing Picasso with your face?