Eva Longoria Melted Crayons To Use As Lipstick

“I wear braces. Look how crooked my bottom teeth were, and I never even knew … I wasn’t allowed to wear makeup when I was young. I would melt crayons and try to put them on my lips, and I would use watercolor for eye shadow.”
Eva Longoria confesses in the new issue of InMore »

Dorothy Parker Got Writer’s Block Too

It makes me feel better that my lady writer hero, Dorothy Parker, also suffered occasionally from writer’s block. She sent this telegram to her editor, Pascal Covici, because she was so ashamed she couldn’t even look him “in the voice.” What a fabulous line, by the way. I have a feeling what she wrote wa… More »

Kiddie Worn: Childrens Wear For Adults Only

StyleList Home / June 19, 2011

Kristin Chenoweth recently proclaimed her love for GapKids to People Magazine. “I can wear a size 12/14,” the diminutive actress revealed.

Even if you are not as pint-sized as the Broadway star (88 pounds) you might be able to slip into some of the merchandise in the juniors department. Besides, there’s no shame… More »

Beware Of Gang-Banging Dolphins

Ami Angelowicz / June 19, 2011

Dolphins are peaceful creatures, my ass. According to scientists, violence among young male dolphins is on the rise. A gang of bottleneck dolphins in the Pacific Ocean have been wreaking havoc on porpoises that invade their turf in the Monterey Bay. “Porpocide” by “dive-by” in that area is three times higher than it’s ever been. More »

Blog We’re Loving: Fatshionable

Julie Gerstein / June 19, 2011

Blogger Jay Miranda is a 26-year-old fashion lover from San Francisco. She started her incredible blog Fatshionable to show that good style translates, no matter what size you are. Her message? Wear what you love and don’t worry about the size. Miranda creates outfits that are adorable and on-trend, without costing a million bucks. We’re… More »

The Balancing Act Of Managing Men

The Grindstone / June 19, 2011

My name is Lindsay. But at my day job, I also respond to dear, honey, sweetheart and kiddo. Kiddo is the one that really pisses me off. In three years of working with a sales crew comprised entirely of men, I’ve gotten pretty use to pet names. In the beginning, I frequently reminded people that… More »