Archive: Celebrity News

Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition cover LEAKED!

After weeks of speculation, the rumors were right - Kate Upton IS Sports Illustrated’s latest Swimsuit Issue cover girl!

Upton, a blonde Midwesterner, was a rumored favorite for the cover, which has a history of launching swimsuit models to superstardom (Brooklyn Decker, anyone?).

The cover shot, which has been leaked today but will officially debut this evening on “The Late Show with David Letterman,” shows Upton in a barely-there string bikini, doing our favorite “armpit pose.”

It’s a huge score for the Michigan native, previously the face of Guess Lingerie and a covergirl forCosmopolitan Bride. The 19-year-old was rumored the favorite, Page Six previously reported, because of her “blond, all-American looks” (a clear shift from last year’s cover girl, Russian beauty Irina Shayk).

The one Sports Illustrated issue I’ll actually look at!

PS: Is it just me, or does her nether region look really freaking weird. It’s like it’s GONE. That’s the smallest bikini bottom I’ve ever seen!

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Oscar Nominee Beauty Secrets.

The Oscar nominations are out and the buzz is building around this year’s best films. The nominees have had some time to let the honor of their nomination sink in and now it’s time to start prepping their skin for the big day. Luckily, we’ve got the scoop on the products that will be getting them ready carpet ready this year!

Clarisonic Mia 2 Sonic Skin Cleansing System & LightStim for Wrinkles

The secret to great skin is great cleansing. Thankfully the Clarisonic Mia 2 Sonic Skin Cleansing System oscillates at 300 movements per second to deep clean celebrity skin in preparation for Oscar day where faces need to be ready for their close-up. By combining this powerful cleansing with the anti-aging benefits of LightStim for Wrinkles LED Light Therapy (another celeb favorite), they’ll always be red carpet ready.

Celeb Fans: Makeup artists introduced these beauty devices to some of this year’s nominees including Brad Pitt, Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer during filming. Viola and Octavia are raving about Clarisonic!

Viola Davis: “I found the brush easy to use and felt as if I had an expensive facial afterwards.”

Octavia Spencer : “I LOVE IT! My skin feels like newborn baby skin. My pores are shrinking. Love it.”

 

BECCA Cosmetics Beach Tint
After achieving a clear youthful face, celebs needs the perfect boost of color to add flare to their Oscar look. The BECCA Cosmetics Beach Tint is the ultimate multi-tasker able to give lips and cheeks a gorgeous glow in an instant. Containing antioxidant Vitamin E, it is both preservative and paraben free. Celebrities love that the Beach Tint comes in a variety of shades that are small enough to fit inside any red carpet clutch.

Celebrity Fans: Viola Davis, Liv Tyler, Rachel Bilson, Miranda Kerr, Julianne Moore, Blake Lively

eos Lip Balm Smooth Spheres & Everyday Hand Lotion:
With all the Oscar day excitement, it can be easy for a celebrity to neglect parched lips or dry hands. Thankfully the eos Lip Balm Smooth Sphere and eos Everyday Hand Lotions come in the perfect shapes, sizes and scents to make for an easy find in any red carpet clutch.

Celeb Fan: Shailene Woodley shared that she was a fan of both products at the Golden Globes. We now know the secret to Shailene’s pretty pout and soft skin!

Rihanna rocked $5,000 nail polish at last night’s Grammy Awards!

Is nail polish the new must-have accessory? Celebs typically show up on the red carpet dripping in jewelry that costs an astronomical amount. But 24-karat nail polish???

Rihanna showed up on the Grammys red carpet last night with 24-karat gold nail polish. The Red Carpet Manicure polish, “Amor 24″ costs $5,000 PER BOTTLE. Now that’s a bit much. Seriously – she’s going to go home and take that polish off, most likely. Why not use a nail polish that looks gold – but isn’t ACTUALLY gold? See my “look for less” polish below!

Allure talked to celebrity manicurist Jin Soon Choi for her tips on keeping precious-metal nails pretty:

Stay short: File your nails to a short or medium length or it will look severe, Choi says.

Shape carefully: Soon recommends a gentle, round shape. “You don’t want it to be too extreme—too square or too pointy,” she says.”It’s already metallic.”

Make it last: Soon, who’s famous for her chip-proof manicures, uses a nail strengthener in place of a base coat. “It has better coverage,” she says. After two coats of nail color, she finishes with a glossy top coat.

PS: This OPI version only costs $5. GO HERE to buy!


Lana Del Rey: “My lips are real”

Controversial singer Lana Del Rey is all anyone can talk about these days. Whether it’s her SNL performance, her hair, her lips, her nails, her voice – people have a very strong opinion about her. According to HuffPo, the singer has already landed a modeling contract and scored a huge sartorial score in posing for the cover ofVogue UK.

Despite the attention, Del Rey is getting a lot of criticism in the lips department.

In a new interview in the New York Times’ Tmagazine, Del Rey opens up to writer Jacob Brown about that facial feature everyone (well, everyone on the Internet) has been buzzing about.

Her lips. Del Rey insists they’re real:

“It’s fine,” she assures me. “They’re real lips, I mean. In real life my lips don’t look that big. I think because I cartoonized the footage of myself in the video for ‘Video Games’ things look exaggerated.”

Click over to T magazine to see the Terry Richardson-directed photo shoot and read the full interview with Lana, including her strange living situation in Brooklyn. See the cover and some more photos of Lana’s style below.

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