By Jocelyn - Wednesday, January 11th, 2012 at 8:08am
20-year-old Emma Roberts is one of Hollywood’s up-and-coming leading ladies! The Neutrogena spokesperson shares with Star how she manages to stay such a pretty woman.
Q: Have you learned any cool tips from makeup artists on the set?
A: Amy Oresman, Neutrogena’s cosmetics ambassador, taught me that a little mascara is all you need to brighten your look instantly. I personally love Neutrogena Healthy Volume Mascara — it goes on supersmooth and never flakes!
Q: What beauty products are you loving right now?
A: The one product that I cannot live without — especially in the winter, when my lips get dry — is Neutrogena MoistureShine Gloss. It provides the right amount of shine, and the Fruity Pink shade is so cute!
Trivia: Did you know Emma’s aunt is Oscar-winner Julia Roberts?
By Jocelyn - Tuesday, January 10th, 2012 at 12:12pm
Drew Barrymore graces the February cover of InStyle magazine. The actress has a new movie coming out, ‘Big Miracle’, and is recently engaged. Things are going great! So happy for her – but this cover is weird (in my opinion!) and here’s why. It looks like her left hip is overly photoshopped. Like it’s non-existent. Also – where’s her right boob? And her mouth is overly exaggerated. Why couldn’t they have photoshopped out her awful hombre hair?
Want to know what the newly-engaged Drew Barrymore thinks about life and love? Find out in the new February issue of InStyle, where our cover girl opens up about her cute beau, Will Kopelman. “He’s lovely,” she says. “He’s very, very nice. It’s really positive. I’m super-happy. We go on group trips and spend holidays together—there’s a lot of love! And that is really nice and very different from the way I grew up, which was more unstable and inconsistent, with a lot of highs and lows. It’s funny, when I was younger, I used to say I’d hate a flat line—that I want the ups and downs, the rollercoaster. But I’m actually really enjoying the flat line.” She goes on to emphasize the importance of striking the perfect work/life balance, which allows her to run her own production firm and star in films, like the upcoming Big Miracle, in theaters February 3rd. “I’m pushing 40,” she tells us. “I feel like those things that I always aspired to are finally being realized. I used to be afraid to let go of the intensity. I thought the work would suffer. But the lesson is, No, it’s still good, and I’m a lot happier—and less of a nervous kid.” Read more of our exclusive interview with Barrymore in the latest issue, on newsstands Friday.
By Jocelyn - Tuesday, January 10th, 2012 at 11:11am
Here is Oscar-winner Kate Winslet’s new ads from the St. John’s Spring 2012 campaign. St. John’s clothing is all about “real” women, who aren’t a size 2. Comfortable clothes that are stylish and affordable. (Sounds good to me!) I think Kate Winslet is the perfect face for the brand. She is both gorgeous and healthy sized!
By Jocelyn - Tuesday, January 10th, 2012 at 10:10am
Christina Aguilera graces the February cover of Marie Claire, and she looks absolutely amazing! Just goes to show you what the right makeup can do for you. She looks so much pretty without the ton of makeup she’s usually wearing. She looks great! In the article she opens up about her body, her rough year, and her NBC hit ‘The Voice’.
“That was a rough year,” Aguilera admits, shaking her head. “Between my divorce and the other things I went through, a lot happened. It’s hard for anyone to go through that in public. But when you’re a celebrity and under a microscope, it’s 58 million times harder. I grew an even thicker skin after that hard year.” The scrutiny seems to have shown no signs of abating: Lately, she’s been subjected to cruel tabloid headlines about her fluctuating weight. (“I was never that fat,” crowed Kelly Osbourne on E! Fashion Police.) Aguilera’s response, she says, is to ignore the static. “I’ve been through my highs, I’ve been through my lows; I’ve been through the gamut of all things in this business. Being too thin. Being bigger. I’ve been criticized for being on both sides of the scale. It’s noise I block out automatically. I love my body. My boyfriend loooves my body. My son is healthy and happy, so that’s all that matters to me.”
On her body:
“I have certain physical features that I favor over others. We all have our areas,” she says. “When I worked on Burlesque, I lost so much weight that I was too skinny. I don’t weigh myself — it’s all about how I feel in my clothes. What looks good on one person might not look good on another body type. I happen to be very confident in my own skin. It takes time to get to that place, but it’s all about embracing yourself and your body.”