Posts Tagged ‘Love

Wednesday March 7, 2012 07:23

Love Is in the Air for Jason Mraz

The singer crashes the Sundance scene to talk about his new album “Love Is a Four Letter Word.” Hear about his inspiration for the new CD.
Video Rating: 5 / 5

Friday February 10, 2012 14:08

The Latest Womens Fashion Trends

Love at first sight! We’re head over heels for this season’s latest trends. Wearable, beautiful, and statement-making are words that sum up this list of must-haves. Let’s start with the bucket bag, which mixes structure with slouch to create something both fun and functional. Next, the color of the season brings a flush to our cheeks (quite literally). It’s all about feminine blushes and nudes. And although the color of the moment is shy and retiring, the accessories are nothing of the sort. Go bold with earthly necklaces, statement cuffs, and show-stopping shoes.

BUCKET BAGS:

1. Alexander Wang Diego Bucket Bag ($ 695)

Alexander Wang Bucket Bag

Keep the trend well in hand with Alexander Wang’s Diego bag. Capturing the trend perfectly, this bucket bag has the perfect mix of structure and slouch. Its warm tangerine leather is complemented by mod studding at bottom and pocket.

BLUSH COLORS:

2. Halston Heritage Ruffled Silk-Georgette Top ($ 145)

Halston Heritage Ruffled Silk-Georgette Top

Ready-made romance. This season’s blushes and nudes complement most any skin tone. Soft and sensual, this color is ultra feminine when matched with a floaty, ruffled blouse. Pair with curve-hugging flares for vintage appeal.

NATURAL NECKLACE:

3. Kenneth Jay Lane Gold Necklace ($ 88)

Kenneth Jay Lane

Featuring a chunky, extra-glossy curb chain, this Kenneth Jay Lane necklace is a bold accessory that works particularly well when it’s paired with gold earrings.

STATEMENT SHOE:

4. Giuseppe Zanotti Mesh Open Toe Platform Pumps ($ 330)giuseppe zanotti pumps high heelThere’s never been a better time to have a shoe fetish. Pick a shoe that makes a personal statement and run with it. These pumps have all the classic lines, but a mesh composition, skinny ankle strap, and va-va-voom heel leaves an impression wherever you go.

PERFECT CUFF:

5. Mikal Winn Metal Mesh Cuff ($ 164)Mikal Winn Metal Mesh Cuff

Like the natural necklace, this cuff has an earthy, weathered feel. Bring it to you boho looks for a casual way to make an impact. Oxidized brass cuff with an oxidized silver mesh overlay.

COLORED MOTO JACKET:

6. Acne Rita Lightweight Leather Jacket ($ 1389)

Acne Rita Lightweight Leather Jacket

Embody achingly cool, Sports Luxe inspired chic with this luxurious leather jacket fresh from the covetable Swedish design house, Acne. Perfect thrown nonchalantly over dresses or paired with tailored silk trousers, a luxe tee and a wedge heel. Indulge in this slick jacket and you will not be disappointed!

Friday February 3, 2012 02:11

Why Celebrities Love Balayage Highlights

 

Denise Richards Hair CarePhoto© Eva Scrivo Salon

If you’re looking to lighten up your hair with some bright highlights, make sure you know the difference between the traditional foil highlight technique and the increasingly popular balayage highlight technique. In New York City and Los Angeles salons, balayage highlights are becoming just as popular, if not even more, than foil highlights. “Balayage used to be considered a specialty technique, but because it is in such demand, more salons are offering it,” explains Donna Tripodi of NYC’s Eva Scrivo Salon. Celebrities like Drew Barrymore, Rachel Bilson, and Jessica Biel have all shown off enviously sexy, natural-looking balayage highlights recently.

Balayage, which is also called “hair painting,” creates the most natural looking results because the colorist paints on the highlights, and can scatter them throughout your hair in a more truly sunkissed and haphazard pattern. “When using foils, you work row by row which makes the highlight pattern look very linear and grid like, but with balayage, you have more flexibility on where you want to place the highlights so the resulting pattern can look more natural,” says Tripodi. Balayage also creates a more natural looking color. “With balayage, I start painting the color on at midshaft which is where the sun naturally hits your hair the most. Then, I gently paint up to the roots, which makes the growth at the scalp look more gradual. When you use foils, the entire section is coated evenly with color, then wrapped up in the foil, and the heat from the foil makes that piece uniform in color from roots to tips. Also, because you work in rows, the demarcation at the roots looks like a straight line,” explains Tripodi. Balayage is also the technique a colorist would use to create the grown-out ombre highlight effect. Another added benefit of balayage: longer lasting results. “Since the grow out at the roots isn’t as obvious, you can wait a litter longer before getting a touch up,” she says. Foils usually require a visit to the salon every six weeks, but with balayage, a client can go eight weeks or even a little longer.

Balayage may not be the best option for women with dark brown or black hair. “To lighten up dark hair, you need the heat from the foils to achieve a very light effect,” cautions Tripodi. “I sometimes like to use both techniques on a client to create a mix of bold and natural looking highlights. It’s important to find a colorist who knows how to do both techniques. They truly are different and it’s about choosing which one is good for you, as opposed to finding a colorist who just does one technique or the other,” advises Tripodi. A final word, no matter which technique you get: “It takes 72 hours for the cuticle of your hair to close after its been opened during a coloring process, so try to wait that long before shampooing. You can rinse and condition your hair, but don’t wash it with shampoo. Use a dry shampoo if needed. This is most important for redheads,” cautions Tripodi. My favorite dry shampoo: Klorane Oat Milk Gentle Dry Shampoo, $ 18, adds volume and texture, and smells super fresh.

Monday December 5, 2011 22:35

Jennifer Love Hewitt goes red

Jennifer Love Hewitt goes red
Celebrity Hairstyles

Jennifer Love Hewitt debuts red hairstyle

Jennifer Love Hewitt is the latest celeb to follow this season’s color trend — red hair! The actress debuted her new deep red hue as she participated in the 75th anniversary of the Los Angeles Mission serving Thanksgiving dinner to the homeless. She wore her long layered hair in curls.

Jennifer Love Hewitt red hair in curls

A few days before Thanksgiving, she tweeted: “Why does getting your hair done always make a girl wanna smile. And tweet apparently lol.”

What do you think of Jennifer Love’s new do?

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Photos: WENN.com/FayesVision

Monday December 5, 2011 22:12

Kellan Lutz Models Mohawk: Love It or Hate It?

Kellan Lutz is challenging a prevailing theory among Twihards around the globe: does the muscle-bound hunk look good in anything?

The Breaking Dawn star took to Twitter yesterday and asked: “Movember equals Mohawk month, right?” He then proceeded to post a photo of his new hairstyle, one with just a little bit taken off both sides:

Kellan Lutz with a Mohawk

“Out with the old and in with the new!” the 26-year-old star added. “Goodbye dark hair. It’s been fun.”

But was this a wise decision for the actor? Sound off now: What do you think of Kellan Lutz with a mohawk?