Washing your face seems to be a simple enough task. So then why after all of your foaming and rinsing do you still get breakouts and oil deposits? There are techniques for cleansing your skin that will leave it smooth, soft, and blemish free. We’ve got ‘em all for you after the jump! Keep reading »
Designer Hussein Chalayan didn’t leave much to the imagination with this dress from his Fall 2009 collection. A super short mini-dress with a low back and leather insert that suggests exposed ass cleave? Something tells me Paris Hilton will be calling! [Trend de la Creme via Refinery 29] Keep reading »
The teams playing in the NCAA’s March Madness basketball tournament have been narrowed down to 16, and we’ve chosen one good-looking player from each team to represent their school in March Man-ness. For the next two weeks, you’ll be trimming the field from 16 to eight, then four, then two, then one in The Frisky’s take on the March basketball tournament. Voting for this first round ends Thursday, March 26 at 6pm. May the
best hot man win!
UPDATE: The first round of voting in March Man-ness has closed. The eight players advancing to Round 2 are: Chris Kramer, Conner Teahan, Blake Griffin, Ryan Tiesi, CJ Alexander, Idong Ibok, Tyler Hansbrough, and Gerald Henderson. Voting for the second round starts March 27! Keep reading »
We feel a little dirty watching so much gyrating this early in the morning, but what better way to wake up than by seeing Ciara and Justin Timberlake shake it in the video for “Love Sex Magic”? What do you think of Ciara’s style? We think she’s copping Beyonce’s look a little with all those unitards. Keep reading »
March is National Women’s History Month, and we’re celebrating by sharing a lady we admire each weekday.
RACHEL CARSON (1907-1964)
Rachel Carson was quite a woman. She pioneered the position that humans are a part of nature and that their quality of life is impacted by ecology. Even when faced with criticism by the government and chemical companies for her “radical” point of view, she continued to educate the world about the frail beauty of nature. Born in the town of Springdale, PA, on May 27, 1907, her love of nature and biology was cultivated by her mother, who encouraged her to marvel at their wonders. This love for nature was further developed throughout Carson’s education at the Pennsylvania College for Women, where she earned her undergraduate degree, and at Johns Hopkins University, where she earned her zoology master’s degree in 1932.
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I tuned in at 3pm sharp this Saturday to catch the debut of the NEW “House Of Style,” quite possibly my favorite relic of MTV’s days of yore. As Annika wrote in her preview post, we were worried that this new incarnation would be totally juvenile (not always a good thing!) thanks to a partnership with Teen Vogue. And how would Bar Rafaeli, Leonardo DiCaprio girlfriend and Israeli supermodel, stack up against past hosts Cindy Crawford, Shalom Harlow, Amber Valetta, and Rebecca Romijn? SPOILER: She sucked! Keep reading »
Tonight, at 10pm on LOGO, the final episode of the best show in the universe, “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” airs. Will the new reigning Queen be my fave, the fabulous chameleon Nina Flores, the regal glamazon Bebe Zahara Benet, or that nasty bitch Rebecca Glasscock? Ugh, you just know that ho is going to wind up doing hair and make up at Glamour Shots when this is all over! Anyway, now that season one is almost done, fingers crossed there’ll be a season two — with a twist. Bring on the M-E-N! You heard me, it’s time to crown a Drag King like Murray Hill or Elvis Herselvis! But, first, which Queen do you think should win the crown TONIGHT? Keep reading »