Robyn Lawley has further explained the decision to reveal her stretch marks saying it was a bid to start the conversation on post-baby bodies and help future mothers feel prepared for the changes they are about to face.
Speaking to Daily Mail Australia at Maxim Australia‘s Hot 100 party last night, the Aussie model explained that seeing other post-baby bodies will help women come to terms with the bodily changes which follow pregnancy and birth. “No one sees post-body after baby and I think had I seen it, I’d be more prepared. Or had other women seen it, they’d be prepared…. And be okay with it,” she explained. (more…)
Tyra Banks has already done so much for mankind. She taught us how to smize, created America’s Next Top Model, gave us a daily dose of Chrissy Teigen’s humor on her talk show and the list goes on. She’s continuing to use her powers for good with a campaign that sells eyeshadow and, get this, fights cigarette smoking.
“Smoke Your Eyes, Not Cigarettes” is a new collaboration between Tyra Beauty and truth, the organization behind all those scary anti-smoking commercials. It features a Smoky Smize kit ($89) with a mascara, lipstick, eye highlighter, eyeshadow palette and a limited-edition makeup bag that reads, “The only things I smoke are my eyes.” The palette, brilliantly dubbed the “Smoky Smize,” includes four wet/dry smoky shades with names like “Light ‘Em Up” and “Smolder,” and a unique angled brush. Using the Smoky Smize palette, shoppers are encouraged to give themselves a “TYover” (duh a Tyra makeover) for the holidays and recreate her “Sexy Smokeshow” look. (more…)
Lara Worthington has bid farewell to her infamous Bingle bob, the hairstyle that inspired thousands of Aussie women, opting for a pixie cut instead.
Luckily for those who praised the luscious swept-over locks, the modeltrepeneur gave us the closure we all deserve with a time lapse of the process, sitting in the hairdresser chair while her styling team experiment on different ways to style her new look. (more…)
We were pretty happy flicking through our copies of Vogue‘s November issue with Angelina Jolie on the front, until we suddenly wanted to get our hands on the magazine’s brand new edition. As discussed in our Cover Rumor Thread, actress Jennifer Lawrence graces the cover of American Vogue‘s December 2015 and our forums are currently deliberating over the cover. Photographed by Mikael Jansson,The Hunger Games star took to the desert (see the adorable behind-the-scenes video below) wearing a vibrant Calvin Klein Collection dress on the cover.
It seems our forum members would have preferred something a little different. “I still adore Jennifer but this cover leaves me feeling disappointed,” said iriswills, unwilling to kick us off on a positive note. (more…)
If anyone knows the best makeup artists, wardrobe consultants and hairstylists in the business, it’s Rihanna. She’s worked with everyone from Rob Zangardi and Mariel Haenn to Ursula Stephen. And let’s face it: she always looks impeccable. The pop star is channeling her years worth of experience with creatives into a new agency, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The Los Angeles-based firm is called Fr8me and it’s a collaboration with managing partner Benoit Demouy. The agency will help book everything from ad campaigns to red-carpet appearances for talented artists. “Hair, makeup and styling play an important role in creativity,” she said. “I am very involved with that part of my process, so this agency was an organic thing for me to do.” (more…)
We made it pretty clear last month that we loathed InStyle‘s new redesign and unfortunately for us, the magazine hasn’t ditched it for the newly released December 2015 cover. Following in the footsteps of Drew Barrymore, Gwen Stefani becomes InStyle‘s latest cover girl, shot by photographer Jan Welters. A rather startled-looking Gwen wears an embellished crop top and skirt by Carolina Herrera, leaving us cold rather than feeling festive and ready for the holidays.
Members of our forums went off on the cover. “I’m really not liking the new cover formatting for U.S. InStyle,” criticized Handbag Queen right away.
“No, I’m not liking it either. I can see they’re experimenting with a cleaner look, but by tinkering with the design, it’s like they’ve lost the substance of their brand. They haven’t refined their identity, they’ve subtracted from it,” tigerrouge inputted.
Feeling the same way was MON: “It really saddens me to see an established magazine suffering from identity crisis. They’ve done well with their old layout, so why fix something that’s not broken? The new layout is just sad. The goal is to make the magazine look fresh, but it ended up looking tired, even more dated, and pretentious. It’s like how Glamour used to look like!”
Forum member jal718 agreed, simply adding, “No, not good at all.”
“The colours just remind me of a Diet Coke can. But maybe that’s just me,” mocked honeycombchild.
“Kind of baffled they went with a mostly white background when her hair, skin, and outfit are so light already. The gradient effect looks a bit stupid as well. Love Gwen, so I might pick this up regardless,” shared KINGofVERSAILLES.