Beauty Test Drive: A Pot Of Waterproof Liner

Lately, I’ve been all about eyeliner, and when I play the “if stranded on a desert island with only one beauty product what would it be” game, eyeliner comes up first or second. (It’s a close competition with eyebrow pencils, you guys!) Each Tarte emphasEYES waterproof Amazonian clay eyeliner pot comes complete with its very own double-sided brush, to allow for easy application and smudging, if that’s your thing. The Tarte line is meant to offer a natural liner alternative, which is smart, considering how very delicate your eye tissue is, and how easy it is to muck up even the simplest line. The pot does seem daunting, but the accompanying brushes work wonders when you want a thicker, vampier line. Plus, with a pot, you don’t have to worry about sharp pencil points and breaking tips. In a word, this waterproof liner is winning. [$22, Tarte] Keep reading »

7 Romantic Gestures That Make Women Swoon (Guys, Take Note!)

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Last week, I posted a poll about the romantic gestures that would actually make you swoon. While you voted in the thousands — with a surprise trip getting the most votes — I was struck by how many of you offered your own suggestions for romantic gestures in the comments. I noticed a few themes and compiled them into seven types of romantic gestures that make the biggest impression. Check ‘em out after the jump! (And please, continue to leave more swoon-worthy suggestions in the comments!) Keep reading »

“The Help” Trailer Is Out!


The Help by Kathryn Stockett was one of my favorite books of 2010 — and millions of other readers agree. This summer, “The Help” hits the big screen, starring Emma Stone as Skeeter, a white recent college graduate writing for the local newspaper in her Mississippi town, and Viola Davis (“Doubt”) as Aibileen, a black maid who works for one of Skeeter’s friends. Skeeter comes home from college to find all the friends she grew up with are married with children and employers to black “help,” who are second-class citizens in 1960′s Jackson, Mississippi. The story follows Skeeter as she interviews Aibileen and other black maids for a secret book project that exposes the ugly day-to-day racism in Jackson’s domestic life to the rest of the world. While I was originally unconvinced that teen sex comedy queen Emma Stone was the right casting for the role of Skeeter, judging by the trailer for “The Help,” she carries it off with just the right amount of sass and spunk. [AOL via ONTD] Keep reading »

Important Question Of The Day

Why has no one answered this question? What shud she do about the spider in her vagina (aka STD)? There is a reason why I will not go camping … I’m scared of running into this girl getting reeeely drunk and having sex on the bear ground. Spider in my vagina? Not so much. [The Yahoo Answers] Keep reading »

Will You Be Watching Lady Gaga’s “Monster Ball” Concert On HBO?

Some of us haven’t been lucky enough to see Lady Gaga in concert (ahem, Amelia). But fret not! Those of us who fork over the moolah each month for HBO can watch a concert video of Lady Gaga’s “Monster Ball” show on Saturday, May 7. Sigh. Minus the sweat of 10,000 screaming fans and buckets of glitter, it should be just the same, right? [YouTube] Keep reading »

Kate Hudson Makes Pregnancy Sound, Like, Way Awesome

“Being pregnant is wonderful. You do get the pregnant mush-brain … you know what it’s like? It’s like getting stoned.”

– Kate Hudson on being pregnant with her second child. I suspect Kate knows a thing or two about getting stoned. Frisky readers — who’ve been pregs — do you agree with Kate’s assertion that having a bun in the oven makes you feel, ahem, baked? [Dlisted] Keep reading »

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