Thanks to “The Real Housewives of New York City,” everyone has become privy to Kelly Killoren Bensimon‘s workout habits, which include skimpy exercise gear, running in the middle of traffic, and just the perfect amount of elliptical-ing so that it looks like she’s working out, but her hair remains styled just so. Clearly, given Kelly’s toned abs and sculpted arms, this is a routine everyone should adopt. Some brilliant entrepreneur decided the world was lacking in yet another workout video, and figured that with Kelly’s Playboy-approved physique and exercise appreciation, she’d be the perfect candidate to serve as fitness trainer to the masses. Yesterday, she Tweeted the good news, saying, “Get ready for my workout video to come. Who likes squats and headstands?” But will Kelly be as bats**t crazy and unstable as she is on “Housewives” — can’t wait to find out! [Twitter] Keep reading »
A mustache on your face can surely be waxed or shaved off, but let’s face it, the mustache trend isn’t going anywhere. At least with these temporary mustache tattoos for your finger you can choose when your upper lip shows a little fuzz.
Breaking news: something disappointing is getting even more disappointing. We’ve always been unimpressed with Jessica Simpson‘s show, “The Price of Beauty,” in which she and her best friends, Ken Paves and Cacee Cobb, travel around the world to discover what “beauty” means in other cultures.
But scratch that idea. Now it could become a makeover show. Keep reading »
Everyone loves a great deal: a pair of shoes half off, a sample sale, or accessories that are buy one, get one free. But here’s a great reason why beauty shouldn’t always be about the price — or the deal. Jane Ubell-Meyer received what should have been a normal gel manicure, but after her experience with an inexperienced technician, she’s had to visit orthopedists, dermatologists, and chiropractors due to major pain through her thumb. It seems during her beauty treatment, the manicurist working on her nails slipped and cut Jane’s finger, then exposed the inside of her skin to chemicals, which later affected her nerves. Though everyone always thinks these situations can never happen to them, this is certainly a wake-up call to realize that when it comes to beauty and your own body, skimping to save a few dollars isn’t the answer. If you’re planning to get a gel manicure, watch out for these signs and make sure your technician is fully educated on how to perform the treatment … Keep reading »
In our ongoing efforts to find the ideal concealer for these hot months, we gave Make Up Forever’s HD concealer wand a try. We were impressed by the smooth feel, oil-free aspect and the fact that it left us neither dry nor slippery. Our only gripe with the stuff is that you have to be very careful about the quantity you use because if you go a little bit overboard, you’ll start looking chalky. A built-in incentive not to overdo it with the makeup may not be such a bad thing, though. [$28, Make Up Forever, Sephora] Keep reading »
At first swipe, we had high hopes for Tarte’s Natural Lip Stain. Lust, the color we tested, had an appropriately sultry name and glided on with a practiced sort of ease, moisturizing as it went. Unfortunately, the honeymoon period soon disappeared and we were left with nothing but faint vestiges of the relationship we’d begun a mere hour before. If you want really expensive pigmented Chapstick, this is the product for you, but don’t get into the relationship looking for it to last. [$24, Tarte, Sephora] Keep reading »