DIANE LANE Cinema Verite Premiere

DIANE LANE
Cinema Verite Premiere – April 11th

The concept behind Diane Lane’s look for the Cinema Verite premiere was to keep it ultra feminine and diaphanous. This was achieved by using soft pinks and plums on her eyes, sheer petal on her cheeks and a see through raspberry shade on her lips. This look illustrated that a translucent approach to color is easy, subtle and totally wearable at any age.

First Diane’s skin was prepped a week in advance using the Neutrogena Rapid Wrinkle Repair Line: a trio of moisturizers that gently delivers the most advanced form of Retinol. Immediately prior to applying make-up, Neutrogena Ageless Essentials Continuous Hydration Moisturizer was used to prep the skin. This combination provided a flawless base for make-up application.

Then Neutrogena Healthy Skin liquid make-up in Natural Beige was applied with a large synthetic foundation brush and blended outward with a wet sponge to give her skin a sheer radiant glow. Neutrogena Healthy Skin Brightening Eye Perfector in Medium was used around the nose and under eye area.

Then her cheekbones were softly sculpted with Neutrogena Healthy Skin Custom Glow Blush & Bronzer Duo in Rosy Glow – using the bronzer under the cheekbones and the blusher on the apples as well as to her décolleté and across the bridge of her nose.

Then lining the eyes with Neutrogena Nourishing Eyeliner in Spiced Chocolate provided soft definition on both the top and bottom.

On her lips Neutrogena MoistureShine lip gloss completed her ultra feminine look.


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Katy Perry looks Amazing in the new GHD Campaign.

NEW WAVE: Photo Courtesy of GHD/David LaChapelle

GLAMOUR: Photo Courtesy of GHD/David LaChapelle

BOHO: Photo Courtesy of GHD/David LaChapelle

We are proud to share ghd and Katy Perry’s photo shoot for the new multimedia global campaign. The first shoot was creatively conceived with ghd, Perry’s stylist Johnny Wujek and shot by world renowned photographer- David La Chapelle.

Quote from Katy on the partnership:
“I’m so excited to be working with ghd, especially using their tools on my California Dreams Tour to get me stage ready. ghd products have a reputation of being the best products in the biz, and I like being associated with that. I’m very excited to reveal the styles I did with legendary David LaChapelle in the upcoming ghd campaign. Keep your eyes peeled for it!”

Quote for Paul Stoneham, Chief Executive Officer, ghd:
“Katy is the epitome of modern fashion and styling. Her unique, ever changing looks are the envy of style devotees around the world. Katy completely embodies ghd’s spirit of female transformation and empowerment, as she is recognized as a cutting edge style icon unafraid to push fashion and beauty boundaries. Sassy, stylish and sexy, Katy is the perfect partner for ghd,” says Paul Stoneham, Chief Executive Officer, ghd.


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J.Crew Ad Showing Boy With Pink Nail Polish Sparks Debate on Gender Identity

The ad you’re looking at above has caused quite a stir amongst some parents and doctors. The ad, which shows J.Crew president and creative director Jenna Lyons painting her son’s toenails is enraging some people.

The image appeared in a feature called “Saturday With Jenna” and includes Jenna’s favorite products, including hot pink Essie nail polish. The caption reads “Lucky for me I ended up with a boy whose favorite color is pink. Toenail painting is way more fun in neon.”

“This is a dramatic example of the way that our culture is being encouraged to abandon all trappings of gender identity,” psychiatrist Dr. Keith Ablow wrote in a FoxNews.com Health column about the ad.

Media Research Center’s Erin Brown agreed, calling the ad “blatant propaganda celebrating transgendered children.”

“Not only is Beckett likely to change his favorite color as early as tomorrow, Jenna’s indulgence (or encouragement) could make life hard for the boy in the future,” Brown wrote in an opinion piece Friday. “J.CREW, known for its tasteful and modest clothing, apparently does not mind exploiting Beckett behind the facade of liberal, transgendered identity politics.”

But Jo B. Paoletti, author of “Pink and Blue: Telling the Girls From the Boys in America” told FoxNews.com she believes critics are overreacting.

“Lots of kids, say 7 and under, might ask their parents for something that would seem to be cross gender, and I think most parents, especially in the privacy of their own home might think, what’s the big deal?” Paoletti said.

J.Crew spokeswoman Margot Fooshee said the company had no comment on the ad. Jenna Lyons did not respond to direct requests for comment.

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What do you think – did J.Crew cross the line?

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