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Celebrity makeup artist Jenn Streicher created Selena Gomez’s look for the Vanity Fair Oscar Party using tarte products. Find out how to recreate the look at home. More >
“Our inspiration was iridescence. Jenna wore opals and had a hint of mother of pearl in her dress so we wanted something with a touch of shimmer.” celebrity makeup artist Kayleen McAdams
To create actress, and soon-to-be mommy, Jenna Dewan-Tatum’s look for the Oscars Kayleen McAdams used all tarte products. More >
Covet the seemingly perfect skin celebs rock 24/7? Some of it’s smoke and mirrors, and some of it is real. Below are our favorite tips and tricks from ladies whose complexion is used to the spotlight.
The 22 year-old New Zealander may not be a household name, but if you caught the Gotye bug this summer, you’ve definitely heard her sing — yes, she’s the other voice on ‘Somebody That I Used To Know’. More >
Born to Scottish parents in Oman, Fisher was raised in Australia where she cut her teeth on a slew of soap operas before catching Hollywood’s attention. A genuine funny girl, the red headed knock-out not only has a number of box office blockbuster movies under her belt, but she’s also the wife of notorious comedian Sacha Baron Cohen — boy, would we’d love hear that dinner table banter.
Not only do we love her style, but we also appreciate her moxy – Fisher has openly criticized Hollywood for the lack of opportunities for female comedians.While that may be true, her new comedy Bachelorette showcases a host of funny women, and Fisher gives her a hubby a run for his money. And come on, who doesn’t love a girl who can truly rock a subtle, smokey eye?
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Move over, Deschanel, there’s a new Zoe in town. This one’s got that quirky charm, major hipster cuteness, and big, blue eyes – and she’s also got serious acting and writing chops. tartelettes, if you haven’t heard of her, meet Zoe Kazan: playwright, Broadway star, actress, and all-around talented lady. Now, with the debut of her film Ruby Sparks – in which she stars alongside real-life Brooklyn-based boyfriend, Paul Dano – she can now add screenwriter to her list of entertainment-world accomplishments. More >
Let’s say you wake up tomorrow and it’s 1985 — arguably one of the best years in recent American history: the fashion scene had finally shaken off the shagginess of the ’70s, Wall St. still seemed heroic, music hadn’t shattered in to a million genres and subgenres, and John Hughes was still making movies. Now take a moment and think about your 1985 self. Who’s magazine cover would you leave on the nightstand for style inspiration, Booke Shields’ or Christie Brinkley’s? More >
Very few actresses will ever star on a hit TV show, very few actresses will ever work on possibly one of the greatest drama series of all time, fewer still will be revered at both the Emmys and Comic Con, or threaten Joe McHale with paintballs…twice. More >
Calling all current, former, and wanna-be ballerinas: if you haven’t caught the new dance drama that is Bunheads, you are seriously missing out. It’s got all the makings of a romance-cum-comedy-cum-drama, but with ballet… and a wise-cracking, shot-taking, plié-ing leading lady played by newcomer Sutton Foster. Dance shows and movies can be tricky, given the difficulty of finding someone who can both pas de bourrée and play a complicated character convincingly. But, with her Broadway background, Sutton has the dancing and acting chops for both — all the while rocking a cool California-girl look and, of course, making us laugh.
Sutton, we’re hooked.