Christ on a cracker, we don’t think we’ve seen more perfect hair ever. Some paparazzi yelled, “Hey Charlize, over here!” at the recent Hollywood Film Festival Awards, she snapped her head back, and boom, somebody could put this pic on a magazine cover. To get this look, you’ll need some seriously good genes, a killer set of baby blond highlights, and a conditioning treatment to make it look extra glossy and silky. Ask the colorist to use a balayage technique (that’s when they paint the highlights in) to get it looking extra natural and sun-kissed. If you’re just interested in the style, blow-dry, create an extra-deep side part, sweep to the side, and coat ends with just a dab of L’Oreal Studio Line Curl Smoothing Cream. Use a small-barrel curling iron to create individual curls, then use your fingers to separate them so they look wavy. God help you. [L.A., 10/26/09] Keep reading »
Want to make out with Charlize Theron? It’s simple! All you have to do is pony up $140K at the next charity auction she hosts. This weekend Charlize was helping to raise money for OneXOne and when bidding stalled on a South African World Cup package, the star up the ante by offering to lock lips with the highest bidder. So who won 20 seconds in heaven with Charlize? The lady in the video above, who seems to be really enjoying her winnings. Wonder if Charlize slipped her the tongue… Keep reading »
Serial killer impersonator Charlize Theron makes the sidewalk her runway at the New York City premiere of “The Burning Plain.” I want those shoes. Now. [NYC, 9/16/09] Keep reading »
Charlize actually is a man.
— A friend of Charlize Theron weighs in on the actress’s true gender identity in the September issue of Vogue. Keep reading »
Ah, Charlize. I shake my fist at you. Always so perfect, dammit! Presumably to promote her upcoming movie, “The Road,” in which she plays a suicidal mother, Theron graces the cover of the September 2009 issue of Vogue and gasps: “I always reveal too much.” I’m sure that line is intended to pull in the guy readers along with the ladies, no? Meanwhile, Fashion Copious has the down and dirty deets on how the Fashion Magazine of Our Times is faring during the financial downturn, judging by its infamous September issue, and it ain’t pretty. Total pages and ad pages are down by around 300 pages each since 2007. Well, at least it won’t be so hard to lug the darn thing home on the subway. [Charlize Theron] Keep reading »