So, in a moment that makes me feel justified about all my life’s decisions, P&G – who proudly sponsors the U.S. women’s gymnastics team – is flying me out to London to cover the women’s gymnastics events and visit the family home. More
My general rule for lipstick is “it should probably be red. Like cherries in the snow. Except not cherry colored that is too dark.” More
If anyone should be doling out advice on being “irresistible,” it’s obviously me. More
If ever I was to let anyone make me over, it probably wouldn’t be Kim Kardashian. More
Did you really need another reason to love Amy Poehler? Probably not, but you just got one. More
For reals. More
I’m not sure what’s going on temperature wise where you live, but here in the North East we are melting. More
By this point, you no doubt have elaborate plans for the rest of the day. More
I only say “surprisingly” because this is not the type of thing Youtube makeup gurus usually talk about. However, I’m very glad she did. More
I stain my lips with the blood of my enemies, but that says all too much about me. What does your lipstick shade say about you, normal human person? More
While attending the premiere of The Amazing Spider-Man in France, Emma Stone wore this very Elvira-like ensemble, complete with a gothic black dress by Gucci, red lips and a lily-white face. More
We can all probably agree that Amanda Seyfried has pretty great skin–but I don’t think any of us knew exactly how great. Her skin is, in fact, so great that a luxury cosmetics company has asker her to be the face of their 30th anniversary limited-edition skin creme line. And by “line,” they mean “three jars at $13,000 apiece.” Could your skin sell a $13,000 pot of moisturizer? Mine either. More
Burlesque star Dita Von Teese is famously great at using makeup to create retro glamor, so it might surprise you that she’s never done a makeup line before. But that’s about to be corrected. Dita has partnered with German beauty brand Artdeco to create a line aptly called Dita, and it contains all the red lipstick and fake eyelashes that you’d expect it to.
“I think that anyone can learn to be glamorous with the right tools and practice,” Dita tells Beautylish, and I’m inclined to agree, as what we think of as “beauty” is nothing but a set of socially constructed signifiers we are trained to recognize as desirable, but which nevertheless can be a source of pleasure and creativity for women so long as we acknowledge the game we are playing.
What? It’s true. Anyway, look at the makeup. It looks nice! More