Bangs have been a thing since time immemorial (didn’t Ludvig von Beethoven have them?). Their popularity is no mystery! Bangs serve so many purposes. They can mask a super-big forehead, a weird hairline, or unplucked brows. They’re versatile, and can work with every hair texture. And in the ’80s, they even managed to defy gravity. Remember the teased-and-sprayed Croissant Bang? Classic.
Espolón Añejo‘s Luna de Cosecha cocktail has a beautiful maroon color with sweet taste to make for a perfect autumn drink.
LGBT depiction in pop culture has come a long way since its first rumblings in the early ’70s. From the first recurring gay character on television (Vincent Schiavelli in The Corner Bar) to the Glee phenomenon, LGBT-inclusive media is more prominent than ever before.
It’s difficult to avoid the pressures associated with celebrity when it comes to beauty and aging. Those pressures being that you’re not really allowed to age, especially if you’re a woman. So Hollywood becomes a parade of plastic with stars undergoing all sorts of invasive surgeries in order to stay looking as young as possible for as long as they can. But there are some celebrities who have managed to avoid the pitfalls of surgery — proof that women can be beautiful regardless of age. Read more…
Shailene Woodley is the only woman featured in GQ‘s annual Man Of The Year issue. The magazine dubbed Woodley their “favorite new crush” and gave her her own cover, an honor bestowed upon Chris Pratt, Steve Carell, Michael Sam, Dave Chappelle, and her The Fault In Our Stars co-star, Ansel Elgort.
Selena Gomez may be copying Taylor Swift’s winning marketing strategy. Gomez recently posted Polaroid style photos online and shared a video of herself singing in a car, just like her bestie. Hmm, does that mean she’ll also become queen of New York like Swift?
Kris Jenner was looking for love when she found her new boyfriend, Corey Gamble. But was Gamble looking for the same thing, or does he just want a rich woman?
Jimmy Kimmel brings us the eighth installment of “Celebrities Read Mean Tweets,” Raven-Symone speaks to the Bill Cosby assault allegations, Will & Grace‘s Sean Hayes ties the knot, and more First Dibs.
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay—Part 1 opens in theaters this week and, as expected, leading lady Jennifer Lawrence has been making the publicity rounds and, as expected, she’s been totally charming and lovable. (Not too many stars can get away with singing this terribly and still be endearing.) Read more…