I think Emily Blunt looked fantastic at this year’s Met Gala. In fact her look has stuck with me even weeks later because while it’s a bit out there, I think her take on punk could work even for a non-punk themed evening out. The key is pairing this bold eye makeup look with an … Continue reading Emily Blunt’s Neon Eye: Snob or Slob?
Between the Cannes Film Festival and the Billboard Awards, there’s been no shortage of red carpets lately. Celebs need to be at their best and brightest to steal the spotlight at star-studded events like these, and the easiest way? A look-at-me bold lip. Nothing crazy or fluorescent – a ruby red shade lip Miley Cyrus‘ … Continue reading Celeb Trend: Bright Lips
Carey Mulligan rarely lets her hair down. I mean that literally – she loves updos on the red carpet. But when you’re attending the opening ceremony of the Cannes Film Festival (and the premiere your new movie!) the stakes are raised, and Ms. Mulligan met them with serious panache. She was the picture of Hollywood … Continue reading Steal the Look: Carey Mulligan at the Cannes Film Festival
No one would accuse punk style of seeming very put-together, which makes the punk nail art inherently confusing. In the ‘80s, it was all about chipped, black nails. Of course no one dared try that at the MET Gala (she would have been the truest punk there). It was all about fancy gowns, big jewels, … Continue reading Trend Alert: Punk Nail Art
Come summer, our hems aren’t the only things getting higher and lighter – our hair does, too! And celebs are no exception. For Jennifer Lawrence’s first red carpet appearance in months, she debuted a fresh, wavy cut. The Oscar winner says it’s the shortest her hair has ever been, but it seems perfectly fitting for … Continue reading Light & Bright for Summer: Girls Just Want to Have Fun
The nail art trend presses on. Its latest victim? A twist on the French manicure. I’m not a fan of French manicures in the first place (although, I’ll admit to committing the crime in the late ‘90s). They look cheap and anything but French and just like fortune cookies, they were invented in America. Nevertheless, … Continue reading Reverse French Manicures: Snob or Slob?