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Beauty Test Drive: Shu Uemura Eyelash Curler

BTD: Urban Decay Mascara
Winona liked this mascara, even though it didn't curl her lashes as promised. Read More »
BTD: Tinted Moisturizer
Jessica likes the light coverage of Napoleon Perdis' moisturizer. Read More »
BTD: Mineral Powder
Winona is obsessed with Jane Iredale's powder foundation. Read More »

Or, “why you should spend $20 on an eyelash curler.” Because really, as a beauty editor, my job isn’t just to write about products; it’s to make you want to buy the products I write about. This is why I straight-up refuse to write in any capacity about anything I don’t genuinely love (unless there’s a hilarious/horrific story to go along with it). I will never recommend anything to you or to anyone (I love to dole out beauty advice in person, too!) that I wouldn’t personally spend my own hard-earned money on. The Shu Uemura eyelash curler is one of those things. It seems like a luxury, and it technically is — why should you part with a twenty for an eyelash curler when you can pick up a perfectly fine substitute for $6 at the drugstore? Keep reading »

Kate Moss Gets The Royal Treatment For The Sunday Times

Kate Moss gets the royal treatment

Britain’s Sunday Times is set to unveil its annual Best Dressed List this weekend, so naturally they’ve Photoshopped the faces of English style icons onto the busts of English monarchs. As you do! Kate Moss is the long-standing unauthorized (yet widely acknowledged) Queen of England, of course, but this makes the whole thing a touch more official. I’m afraid I can’t say the same for rapper Tinie Tempah, whose royal likeness you can find after the jump along with Victoria Beckham … [BuzzFeed] Keep reading »

Paris Fashion Week Fall 2013 Ready-To-Wear: Days 4-8

After three weeks in New York, London, and Milan, we’ve finally made it to Paris. There are so many shows during Paris Fashion Week that it can be easy to lose track, so we’re catching up on the past 4 days with the headliners. Christian Dior, Céline, Chloé, Givenchy, Saint Laurent, Chanel, Valentino, and Alexander McQueen — yes, all of those— right this way… Keep reading »

Milan Fashion Week
Our favorite shows from Milan Fashion Week Fall 2013! Read More »
London Fashion Week
Our favorite shows from LFW, all right here! Read More »

Garrett Hedlund And Kirsten Dunst Are Just Really Unattractive

Kirsten Talks Strip Clubs
Wait, she liked WHAT?! Read More »
"On The Road" (NSFW)
K-Stew is topless, giving a double handjob in "On The Road." Watch »

Garrett Hedlund and Kirsten Dunst are such an ugly couple. They make me sick. At least these two fuggos found each other, because nobody else would want to date them, am I right? No, but seriously, how cute is it that Garrett escorted his lady to the Yves Saint Laurent show? Dreams, baby, dreams[Photo: FameFlynet]

This British Beauty Brand Is One To Watch

Green Skincare
These five companies are worth every penny. Read More »
Ask An Esthetician: Skin
What do different break outs mean? Read More »
BTD: Dermalogica Skincare
Spendy? Yes. Worth it? Totally. Read More »

As The Frisky’s resident beauty hoarder, I try a lot of different skincare products. Not that I’m complaining (at all, whatsoever): skincare is kind of my thing, and I will put literally anything on my face — provided I’ve given the ingredients a once-over to make sure I approve, of course. Very rarely, however, does a product line truly wow me, and the ones that do tend to be well found-out; as in, I don’t need to evangelize because they’re already super-popular, and I don’t want to have any hand in them flying off the shelves lest I not be able to find them anymore (I’m looking at you, Tata Harper, you perfect product-formulator, you). But when I fall in love with something brand new to the market, that is when it comes time for me to shout it from the rooftops. Orico is one such line. This British import, powered by Ecocert certified organic ingredients like plant oils and advanced antioxidants, was created with city slickers in mind: all of their products are formulated for skin that is frequently exposed to pollution, stress, air-conditioning, and heating. Which, unless you live in a zen forest (and I am so jealous if you do), applies to pretty much everyone. Since launching stateside at the end of January, Orico has already been recommended by Vogue and Vanity Fair. Bottom line? Go place your order before everyone else beats you to it. [$19-49, Orico London]

What Is The Purpose Of This “How To Be Like Jennifer Lawrence” Article?

J. Law Is Hungry
Amelia tried to fake interview her, but she was starving! Read More »
Jen Meets Jack
It goes even more amazing than you think. Read More »
Jennifer Lawrence Gifs!
Proving she makes the best facial expressions. Read More »

Jennifer Lawrence is everybody’s celeb of choice these days, and for good reason. Sure, she just won an Oscar, but it’s her charisma that puts her in such a universally adored position: she’s disarmingly funny and consistently quotable (not to mention GIF-able) thanks to her offbeat, self-deprecating sense of humor, and she definitely isn’t afraid to make a fool of herself. There’s just something about the way Jennifer carries herself that makes her instantly relatable, whether she’s flipping off interviewers backstage or tripping up the stairs in couture at the Academy Awards. We want to be her pal and, yes, we also inherently want to be her. She’s a very talented and very famous actress who happens to be conventionally beautiful while still coming across as a grounded goofball who just wants to drink wine and watch reality TV on the couch with her friends (and eat) — she’s just someone you’d want to hang out with. I get it. Keep reading »

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