Katy Perry is Changing her look!Katy Perry is Changing her look!
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 2013
Recognizable by her painted face and pin-up looks, singer Katy Perry recently walked through her make-up routine—including how she dolls up her famous eyes—in the July issue of Vogue magazine. (You can find the video of Katy on Vogue's YouTube channel.)
The singer walked through her routine, discussing how she’s downplayed her dramatic style over the past few years, going for a more “age-appropriate” look. She also demonstrates how she gets her wide-eyed look—individual false eyelashes. As she explains,
“My brows and my eyes I think are what frame my whole face. I have alright lips and alright cheekbones, but they’re no showoffs. If I can get my brows and my eyes right, that really sets the whole face.”
Perry also admitted to being “insecure about [her] skin” in years past, but has definitely been embracing a fresh-faced look. We think you look fantastic any way Katy!
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Rihanna and Chris Brown: Love or Hate?Rihanna and Chris Brown: Love or Hate?
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2013
(Photo source: Getty) Rihanna and Chris Brown. Chances are, if you hear their names together in sentence, a few thoughts may run into your mind. R&B superstars, talented musicians, controversial couple, the list goes on. Four years ago, on the eve of the Grammys, a very shocking story about the couple surfaced, later accompanied with by an even more disturbing image. This year at the Grammys, the couple displayed so much PDA, the camera couldn't seem to focus on anyone else. While the pair has claimed they were just friends up until recently and made it clear their relationship was "Nobody's Business", does the fact that their public figures matter? Or, should their relationship be their own business and not up to the public to scrutinize?
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Best Moments of the Golden GlobesBest Moments of the Golden Globes
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 2013
Hollywood's Award season has started! We can't decide if we're more excited about the stars or the fashion! Here are our favorite moments from Sunday's show. What were your favorite parts?
Tina Fey & Amy Pohler's opening speech
No jokes were off limits for this hilarious pair in their opening dialouge, annoucing the Golden Globes as the only award show where "the beautiful people of film rub shoulders with the rat-faced people of TV." The jokes kept rolling when Tina Fey annouced,
"Anne Hathaway is here for her performance in 'Les Misérables," she said, adding that she "had not seen anyone as alone and abandoned since you were on stage with James Franco at the Oscars." However, the best joke came later when Poehler referenced the controversy regarding the film, "Zero Dark Thirty" with, "I haven't paid much attention, but when it comes to torture, I trust the lady who spent three years married to James Cameron," which left the crowd gasping.
A Presidential Appearance
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Bill Clinton introduced a clip of "Lincoln," which was up for best drama, and brought everyone to their feet as he stated, "We're all here tonight because he did it," of Lincoln's battle to end slavery.
Lena Dunham's heartfelt acceptance speech
It's no secret we love Lena and we love her show, GIRLS. But Sunday night's acceptance speech for Best Actress in a TV Comedy (she also won Best TV Comedy for GIRLS) made us love her even more. "This award is for everyone who feels like there wasn't a place for her," she said. "This show made a space for me."
Jessica Chastain wins Best Actress in Drama for Zero Dark Thirty
First, if you haven't seen the movie yet, go see it now. You'll be glad you did. Jessica Chastain played her role remarkably. When accepting her award last night she shined the spotlight on the director of Zero Dark Thirty, Kathryn Bigelow with the line, "I can't help but compare my character of Maya to you. … When you make a film that allows your character to disobey the conventions of Hollywood, you've done more for women in cinema than you take credit for."
Unforunately Bigelow is not a nominee for Best Director at this year's Academy Awards, but won for the film, "Hurt Locker" at the 2010 Oscars and was the first women to be awarded Best Director by the Academy.
Bigelow, who won an Oscar for "The Hurt Locker," was snubbed by this year's Academy Awards for best director.
And of course, Argo
Argo, directed by and starring Ben Affleck, won Best Motion Picture for Drama. Affleck aslo won a Golden Globe for Best Director, although he was as a nominee for the same category at the Oscars.
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Best Celebrity Moments of 2012Best Celebrity Moments of 2012
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 2012
2012 was a great year for our friends and family at e.l.f. and we're looking forward to an even better year in 2013! But before we all get ready to ring in 2013, let's take a look back at the best celebrity moments of 2012. Beyonce gives birth to Blue Ivy Carter in New York City.
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Adele kills it in LA, bringing home six Grammy awards!
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Snooki gets pregnant then later, obsessively tweets about her baby boy, Lorenzo LaValle, who was born in August.
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Of course our list couldn't be complete without a appearance from the royal family. While we love Kate, Harry takes the crown for the funniest member of the Royal family this year.
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What are your favorite celebrity moments of 2012?!
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