Sigh. In recent days, some of you have expressed a lack of understanding, an annoyance even, with my obsession with Courtney Stodden, super sexy sensual teen bride. While I think there are many legitimate reasons to watch Court’s every move — her Twitter account alone is filled with important grammar lessons! — I believe this Anderson Cooper segment alone is all the proof I need that Courtney Stodden is a hot topic worthy of coverage on The Frisky. Keep reading »
Ladies and gentleman, James Franco has added another hyphenate to his resume. Actor. Writer. Artist. Musician. ASS MODEL. That his bare bum on the cover of Flaunt magazine. Why? I don’t know. is there ever really any rhyme or reason to the things James Franco does for attention? [NYMag.com]
Well, this is one way to turn a career around… Lindsay Lohan, who hasn’t had a starring role in a movie since 2007, has agreed to strip down for Playboy in exchange for a reported just under $1 million. Apparently, the deal has been in the works for months, with Lindz eventually agreeing to show off her ginger bush once Hugh Hefner and Co. got close to her asking price. (She apparently scoffed at their initial offer of $750K — as if!). Keep reading »
Does the skin around your eyes sag and cucumber slices and cold spoons just aren’t doing the trick? Don’t worry, wrinkle face, there’s a crazy, bizarre (and likely bulls**t) gadget for that! The Eye Slack Haruka is basically a vibrator for your eyes which, using its highly technologically advanced buzzing and heating powers, vows to take “years off you while lessening those tell-tell weary signs of age.” The downside is it makes you look like a jackass, but who cares? Now, I’m no scientist (although I did get extra credit in high school chemistry because my lap reports were so artistic), but it seems to me that the vibration would actually further loosen skin. Plus, I thought you needed cold temperatures to tighten skin, not heat. I remain unconvinced that this product will do anything about my puffy, sagging undereyes, but at $132 I hope it would at least give me an orgasm. [Japan Trend Shop via Gizmodo]
Look, we all know the drill when it comes to “miraculous” beauty products like the Eye Slack Haruka: You hand over your dollars, hoping for a visible change and get nothing, nada, bupkis. Here are 13 more beauty products that suck. Avoid them at all costs.