by (@hallekiefer)

Snooki Maintains That Beautiful Glow With Kitty Litter Face Scrub

When it comes to beauty regimes, the guidettes of Jersey Shore do not mess around. In addition to frequent gym visits, chronic tanning and extensive pouf maintenance, Snooki revealed an unsettling beauty secret last night when she stopped by Conan, one that will help your skin keep its flawless nectarine sheen: rubbing your face with kitty litter. “It’s got exfoliates, they’ve got rocks in there,” the reality star explained. “It makes your skin really smooth.” When Conan pointed out all the chemicals that are probably included into your average scoop of Fresh Step, Snooki shrugged, “I haven’t broken out yet!” Good enough for us!

In case you’re wondering how your skin would look after burying your face in Mr. Mittenhand’s toilet pebbles, you can try out Snooki’s new Snookify app on iTunes. Conan and sidekick Andy Ritcher did.  Oh, how they did. “I think I carry the boobs better,” Andy explains, as the audience shrieks in horror. Just don’t tell Deena that! You know that’s, like, her thing.

by (@missmuttoo)

Emma Watson’s Harry Potter Premiere Look: Fab Or Fail?

So, it’s pretty clear we all love Emma Watson, right? Anything we say about her which has a negative tilt is more like constructive criticism rather than a b—chfest.  Let the record clearly state that. We showed Emma immense love in that Oscar de la Renta gown at the London premiere of Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 2. It was dreamy and walked the exact line between frou-frou and couture which is like, our favourite line to walk.

Whereas Emma’s London look was Swan Lake, Emma’s New York look is more Black Swan, if you get our drift. Look at that make-up? It’s those black and gold-leaf eyes! We can get on board with it, because it’s edgy and she balanced it out with a nude mouth and slicked back hair. The minimal jewelry helps too and Emma’s bone structure will lend itself to any style she chooses to experiment with. That’s make-up and hair we’re talking about folks, because as hard as we’ve been trying, we can’t get on board with her gown. It’s Bottega Veneta and we get where she’s trying to go with it. We even dig the textured, frayed, fitted bodice. It’s that draped skirt that has us all meh. That fabric — which wrinkles super easy too, as you can see —  and those folds look good only when arranged perfectly and at certain angles. Otherwise the skirt tends to look like an over ambitious napkin.