I don’t know which surprises me more: the fact that MAC has chosen to release a Marilyn Monroe collection, or the fact that they haven’t already done it. God bless Marilyn, because her posthumous existence has been practically slaughtered by a never-ending parade of wannabes. That’s not to say that I don’t like the idea of Monroe-inspired makeup, because I do, but her name and likeness is trampled upon on a pretty much daily basis and it’s getting tired. The worst perpetrators are celebrities — particularly one Lindsay Lohan — who just won’t let the poor girl rest, and show no signs of ever doing so. Keep reading »
Too much blush! Mismatched foundation! Smoky eyes and a flaming red lip! Even celebs get a little heavy-handed with the makeup brush from time to time. Here are a few examples…
The best part about the Girl Scouts’ dramatic unmasking by a Republican lawmaker in Indiana as a “tactical arm of Planned Parenthood” is that the Scouts can now be honest about all their delicious cookie offerings. [Team Coco]
Lindsay Lohan is trying to get back on the road to success. She has already landed a hosting gig for “Saturday Night Live” and now has finally won the part of Elizabeth Taylor in a Lifetime movie about the legendary actress’ relationship with actor Richard Burton.
A source told “Access Hollywood” that Lohan will get to play Taylor only if she can continue to follow the law. Another source confirmed the news to Earsucker, also saying that, as long as Lohan can follow the requirements of her probation, she can play the part. Read more…
“This is the longest, most functional relationship I’ve ever been in, I don’t want to screw it up. [I use] a fool-proof birth-control system, [the pull-out method].”
– Adam Levine confirms he and girlfriend Anne Vyalitsyna’s preferred method of birth control on The Howard Stern Show. So glad to know that bit of TMI. I’m not going to be able to think of anything else when I watch “The Voice” now. If he really doesn’t want to screw things up with an accidental pregnancy (she is a Victoria’s Secret model, after all), they may want to consider using a more reliable form of birth control, like, you know, condoms or the Pill or the IUD? [ONTD]