“I would not have become a supermodel in 2009. I look too healthy.”
—Supermodel Cindy Crawford disses the 100-lb models who are en vogue right now. But what we really want to know is how kind would modeling agents of 2009 be to facial moles? [Telegraph UK] Keep reading »
When it comes to body imperfections, Cindy Crawford could care less about cellulite. It’s her mole she’s worried about. Not that the supermodel has ever been self-conscious about her signature beauty mark, but she’s concerned that it could become cancerous. She tells the Daily Mail, “It’s not something I really like to talk about. But I do now get this and all my moles checked out every year.” The mole has grown in size over the years, which is a possible sign of melanoma.
We commend Crawford for checking up on her health and being a good example to women who sometimes let their doctor’s visits lapse for longer than they should (guilty as charged). After the jump, some tips on how to keep tabs on your own spots and beauty marks. [Daily Mail]
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Cindy Crawford is the new face of some cheap-ass shampoo. The forty-three-year-old fashion model is hocking Austria’s Beauty Kiss line, which entails looking sexy while soaking wet in what looks to be a dungeon. Hmm, looks just like Katy Perry’s bondage cover for the June/July 2009 issue of Complex. So who do you think would wield a whip better? Keep reading »
Nearly 40, Claudia Schiffer is lookin’ good on the cover of the April issue of Vogue and we have to admit, it’s nice to see a friendly face- not to mention an adult one. In an age where models seem to be getting younger and younger, Schiffer is part of a trend of talented women breaking through the ageist industry and proving they’re as sexy and valued as ever! As Schiffer tells Vogue, i“All of my friends are my age and we are all aging at the same time. We talk about it and moan, but it doesn’t bother me.” And we highly doubt any man could complain about this knock out! Seriously, the confidence of these sexy models, who are not teenagers anymore, are beating the odds of a highly critical, looks based business. Thanks to the women in this slideshow, true beauty is something we all can achieve at every age.
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Call me obsessed with cellulite, but it’s certainly the bain of my existence — especially as we head into bikini season. I live up six flights of stairs and I still have it. Nothing can stop the indomitable dimples. I’m convinced cellulite and cockroaches are the two things that would survive an apocalypse. While I think the popular paparazzi shots of skinny starlets’ cottage cheese — like these of Mischa Barton — are cruel, I am so relieved that twigs have it too! My body finally has something in common with the likes of Cindy Crawford. It’s such good news, it’s the cover of The National Enquirer this week. I’m sure they think they’re being mean, but really, it’s about time someone spoke up about this natural phenomenon instead of just airbrushing it aside. (Perhaps this is even the first time the trash mag has shown the truth?) Maybe together, we women can make cellulite the new black! OK, that might be overdoing it. The cellulite poster girl Jennifer Love Hewitt was just named Sexiest Woman on Television, so there’s hope. [Dlisted]
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