PICS: Jesse James lets his 8-year-old daughter Sunny tattoo her name on his wrist!

How do we feel about Jesse James letting his 8-year-old daughter tattoo her name on his wrist? I think it’s totally cute. It’s not like she’s doing it without help or supervision! (I’m more concerned with that shirt she’s wearing. That’s awfully provocative for an 8-year-old!)

Here’s more from Radar:

Jesse James is covered in tattoos but his eight-year-old daughter Sunny just added another, has exclusively learned.

Jesse, 42, won full custody of Sunny in 2009 from ex-wife Janine Lindemulder, who spent time in federal prison for tax evasion, and the two took to some unlikely bonding on Thursday.

“Spending Spring Break with Dad,” Jesse wrote on Twitter, posting a photo of Sunny with an ink gun in her hand.

The finished product is “Sunny” scribbled on Jesse’s wrist — right above the “Pay Up Sucker” tattoo on his palm.

What do you think? Was it cute or inappropriate for Jesse to let her tattoo him?

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PIC: Rihanna has a new tattoo!

Rihanna proudly shows off her new cross tattoo in this picture posted on Twitter.

What do you think?

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Bryce Dallas Howard’s Beauty Secret!


Bryce Dallas Howard may be one of the most gorgeous leading lady’s in Hollywood right now making red carpet appearances for The Help and 50/50, so how does she stay looking so flawless despite her busy schedule? With JASON Vitamin E Oil ($12.95,! The 32,000 IU of Vitamin E Oil deeply penetrates the skin to nourish and improve elasticity, and promotes the healing of damaged skin.

Bryce says, “It’s great for stretch marks.”

The fiery red head may look like she’s always red hot, but only with a little help from JASON!

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TIPS: Finding the perfect pair of sunglasses that are both stylish AND flattering!

Do you agree that finding the right pair of sunglasses that are both stylish and flattering is extremely tricky? Here’s a really great article that helps you find the perfect pair of shades going into spring and summer!

Too big, you look like a bug. Or worse, the goggles hit your cheeks, moving all over the place when you laugh or talk or smile. Too small and, well, what’s the point?

Sunglasses aren’t just accessories, they’re wrinkle-fighting, squint-quashing must-haves for safe sunning. They are hangover hiders, awkward-eye-contact avoiders and more. The trick is to find a pair you love and that improves your look, because if you don’t like ‘em, you won’t wear ‘em right?

Don’t be shy about seeking help finding a pair that suits your face. Do a little research before you head out, and bring along an honest buddy.

There’s no such thing as one-size-fits-all shades. The size and shape of your face impacts what styles work and which ones don’t, says Eyes on Burrard’s Steven Wilson, an expert on stylish shades.

“You can be trendy as long as it’s proportionate to your face,” Wilson says, adding the first thing he and staffers do is assess a customer’s face shape.

Some styles just don’t work on some faces.

“The biggest challenge is someone getting something in mind that just will not work on their face.”

For instance, someone with a round face — think actress Ginnifer Goodwin, from He’s Just Not That Into You — should avoid wearing round sunglasses.

“You’re looking to complement or contrast,” Wilson says.

“Not match the face shape.”

This rule holds true for square faces or heart-shaped faces too, Wilson says.

Noses are key as well.

If someone doesn’t have a strong bridge, he says, they should buy glasses that have nose pads so they don’t lie flat against the cheeks and can be adjusted.

The easiest face to fit is an oval, he says, pointing out that oval-shaped faces — like Angelina Jolie’s or Halle Berry’s — work well with pretty much any style as long as the proportion is right.

But there is a pair for everyone. It all starts with having an open mind and trying on a few pairs, as many as you need.

Your peepers will thank you.

Do you spend a lot of money on your sunglasses – or do you go cheap?


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