Alright, we’ve discussed Golden Globes gowns, boobs, and confusing shoe choices. Now it’s time to talk hair. This year’s ceremony showcased a wide variety of styles ranging from tousled waves to intricate updos. We chose 5 red carpet trends that are not only gorgeous, but easy enough to recreate without a team of stylists. Read on for details!
Michelle Williams made our Best Dressed List in a long-sleeved Jason Wu gown, simple makeup, and her signature pixie cut. Our favorite detail? That gorgeous retro headband. We rounded up some similar styles that will add a little sparkle to any outfit. Click through to check ‘em out! Keep reading »
If you’re one of the 24 million people who have purchased shoes from Zappos.com recently, this email might have popped up in your inbox over the weekend:
We are writing to let you know that there may have been illegal and unauthorized access to some of your customer account information on Zappos.com, including one or more of the following: your name, e-mail address, billing and shipping addresses, phone number, the last four digits of your credit card number (the standard information you find on receipts), and/or your cryptographically scrambled password (but not your actual password).
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Dianna Agron’s breathtakingly intricate red lace dress was one of my favorite looks at the Golden Globes. Surprisingly, it was also one of the most wearable trends (as opposed to, say, Angelina Jolie’s skintight white satin gown, which makes me break out in cellulite just thinking about it) to show up on the red carpet last night.
Layer a stretchy red lace top under a blazer. Rock a red lace skirt on a date or pair with a black cardigan for work. Still seem too risque? Try the trend in smaller doses like a cheeky bow-tie necklace or pretty underthings. Check out some awesome (and affordable!) red lace pieces after the jump… Keep reading »
Model: Wooohoo I love rollerskating down the boardwalk in my boardwalk romper!
Me: That does look kind of fun.
Model: And it’s only $108! Everyone should get a boardwalk romper!
Me: Well, I’m not sure about that.
Model: What’s not to love? It’s jersey! It’s carefree! Keep reading »
This hilarious (and painfully accurate) video reimagines Photoshop as a beauty product that can erase acne, whiten teeth, make you skinny, and even change your race. Over a pulsing techno track, models pose and flip their hair while the narrator explains “Just one application of photoshop can give you results so dramatic they’re almost unrealistic.” Says creator Jesse Rosten: “I was watching TV one sleepless night and stumbled upon an infomercial for some beauty product. The commercial showed before and after portraits, that to my eye, looked like the same photo just photoshopped. I laughed to myself. Then I made this video.”
The tagline sums it up: “This commercial isn’t real, and neither are society’s standards of beauty.” Powerful stuff. [Fotoshop by Adobé]
If you’re a photography enthusiast you might know that the daguerreotype was the first widely used photographic process, invented in 1839. If you’re a cute boy enthusiast you should probably know that the Tumblr blog “My Daguerreotype Boyfriend” documents some of the hottest dudes ever captured on copper plates. With substantial mutton chops and swagger, most of these guys would look right at home ordering a PBR in a modern-day hipster bar, but I’ve gotta say, skinny jeans and hoodies have got nothing on a nicely pressed Civil War uniform. Keep clicking to check out a few more… [My Daguerreotype Boyfriend]
We’re celebrating New Year, New You month here at The Frisky, and we’d like to propose a simple, fun goal for 2012: let’s all be a bit more fabulous. Let’s bring out our inner diva. Let’s throw a fake fur vest over our jeans and T-shirts. Let’s have more orgasms. Let’s walk into coffee shops like we own the place. Here are 25 little things that will make you look and feel more fabulous. Please feel free to add your own tips and tricks in the comments!
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Embroidery is a great detail — it adds such a feminine, retro feel to clothing and accessories. Luckily for us, it’s having something of a moment right now, so it can be found on everything from dresses to tights to Dr. Martens boots. We rounded up eight lovely ways to work the trend into your wardrobe — click through to check ‘em out…