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Wear Your Luck On Your Wrist

While we’re not exactly superstitious, it doesn’t hurt to employ a few extra sources of good luck, right? Though we’re not ready to start carrying around a rabbit foot, we’d totally consider a pretty but powerful charm in the form of jewelry. Nicole Richie’s House of Harlow 1960 Horseshoe Bangle toes the line between over the top and chic without going overboard on the kitschiness. Keep it simple by wearing just the horseshoe or load up on bangles and hope for the best in luck and love.

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Which Beauty Products Can You Share With Friends?

Personally, I would never, ever use the tester products at stores like Sephora. Everyone’s grimy fingers and germs are all over everything, the makeup palettes are left out for who knows how long, and it’s just plain dirty. But while I would never share beauty items with strangers, I’m not so picky with friends. My best best friends are allowed to borrow certain items — lip balm, eyeshadow, and blush, but never eyeliner or mascara for some reason. So when I found out just which items I should and shouldn’t be sharing, I was more than a little shocked. Read on to find out which beauty products to keep to yourself. Keep reading »

Beach Bum Shows Off Their Lindsay Lohan Love

If you happen to be in New York City today and pass by the Beach Bum Tanning Salon at 239 7th Avenue, take note of their interesting bright orange accessory. The fake bake salon is showing their support and devotion for Lindsay Lohan — a valued longtime customer — by staging a protest and wrapping the store in an orange ribbon to speak out against her jail time. In addition to the solidarity ribbon, employees created homemade signs that read, “We love you Lindsay! Come home soon” to picket with during their “Free Lindsay” rally. Clearly, the business is missing her unwavering support (ahem, money) and those regular visits needed to keep up her perfect orange glow. But interestingly, she’s not the first starlet to gain support from Beach Bum during her time in lock-up, as Paris Hilton was the subject of the salon’s protest back in 2007. Poor Beach Bum. They’ve been the subject of two injustices this year: dealing with the tanning tax and losing out on two weeks of Lindsay’s visits. (Oh, and if you happen to pass by and snap a photo, {encode=”tips@thefrisky.com” title=”email it”} to us!) [Gawker] Keep reading »

Carbs Are The Secret To Angelina’s “Salt” Body

Forget what you thought you knew about carbs, because thanks to Angelina Jolie, they’re about to receive an infusion of popularity. For her latest film, “Salt,” the actress worked with trainer, Simon Crane, to get even more in shape, as if that were even possible. In between her five workouts a week, Angie carb-loaded her diet, ingesting five small meals a day which were a mix of 70 percent carbs and 30 percent protein! While most see carbs as the devil, they’re actually the solution to building muscle, and Angie’s physique is a clear indication of that. By combining strength training with fight exercises and avoiding cardio, Angelina built muscle and got leaner, but didn’t lose weight. Welcome back to the world of acceptance, carbs. Bring on the bread and cheese. [Marie Claire UK] Keep reading »

Team Edward Fans Have A Reason To Get Their Panties In A Bunch

To add to the ever growing list of vampire-inspired products, Marks and Spencer designed a line of underwear based on “Twilight” star Robert Pattinson, called R-Pants. And though these are technically men’s underwear, it wouldn’t be shocking to see girls all over buying them to be closer to Robert, in a weird sort of way. The undies are a low-rise style that fit under skinny jeans to accommodate the latest trend of slim pants, clearly a nod to the hipster style that’s taken over men’s fashion. While Pattinson won’t be starring in the campaign, the line is sure to sell out once it hits stores in September. We just don’t think that men will be the ones buying them. [Guardian] Keep reading »

Interview Needs An Infusion Of Inspiration

Clearly, Interview magazine has a bit of a creative issue. The editors seem to be in a slump with their designs because, as the ladies at Fashionista pointed out, more than a few of their recent covers are beyond similar. Instead of switching up their look month to month, the glossy has instead been opting for close-up, black-and-white shots for their covers. In the past two years, four issues from 2010 (those featuring Marion Cotillard, Megan Fox, Madonna, and Carey Mulligan) have been shot this way, as well as SIX covers from 2009! What’s the deal, Interview? What would (founder) Andy Warhol say? [Fashionista] Keep reading »

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