Tag: earrings

  • Hairy Adventures: Like Emma Stone, Rihanna and Jessie J, let’s embrace side-swept strands

    Thu, 6 October 2011 3:28PM

    It’s time to go on a hairy adventure, Primps; a journey where you explore new hair looks and then embrace them, even if it’s only for one day. Your hair is meant to be played with, after all. Today we’re fixing our eyes on side-swept strands. Yes, this style is nothing radical, nothing new, and certainly… more


    Emma Stone's Side-Swept Curls

  • News Desk: You can now get your ears pierced at Diva

    Wed, 22 June 2011 1:53PM

    Well, not now, now, but from the 4th July you totally can. And yes, I am talking about that Diva – the accessories store that sells mountains and mountains of earrings, necklaces and the occasional headband. The best part is, you don’t even need an appointment. Just step inside any of their 200 stores Oz and… more

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    Christina Hendricks

  • Grammys: Uh, Beyonce, are you wearing silver and gold bead wraps in your hair?

    Mon, 1 February 2010 1:32PM

    I know she probably won’t answer me because she’s inside already and need to be quiet for the telecast of the Grammys, but I would like to discuss her hair. And possibly eye shadow, also. I’ve never minded BEYONCE as a blonde. I think she gives great bleach. But the use of sparkly, strange, Cleopatra hair… more



  • KATE MOSS, your hair and makeup is a triumph. We shall copy it immediately.

    Wed, 9 September 2009 9:49AM

    Here is MISS KATE MOSS at the 2009 GQ Men Of The Year Awards last night, doing that cool, understated, hot thing she’s been doing since birth. (It’s rumoured she exited the womb wearing a blazer, tight jeans and a loose singlet sans bra.) But let us not be angry with her for her organic… more

    Hair / Makeup


  • Bouncy Knowles nails Hot Girl look; single-handedly brings back big earrings

    Fri, 24 April 2009 4:03PM

    I love Bouncy Knowles. I loved her in her Texan glitter cheer girl phase. Her filmclip candy phase. Her gypsy-cowgirl phase. Her ’80s leotard phase. And I love her in her classic Hot Girl phase, which seems to be the one she is sporting on her publicity tour for Obsessed, which looks like it will… more



  • Full fringes are not always ideal.

    Thu, 4 December 2008 11:15AM

    Here is Jessica Alba at the launch of the Campari calendar she stars in, wearing what I believe is Dolce and Gabbana, but what could also be a practical joke. I’m kidding of course, she looks delightful, in a really obviously red-themed way. What are your thoughts? I tend to think she looked more ravishing sans fringe… more


  • How to wear fun pink lipstick, by Alexis Bledel

    Fri, 15 August 2008 4:18PM

    Would you look at Gilmore Girls cutie, Alexis Bledel. Look at that outrageous lip! That gently bronzed skin! That elegantly messy bun! That exceptional mascara job! The flash ear candy! The total lack of eye shadow! It’s a triumph. Everything is just perfect. Fresh, summery, feminine and the perfect way to wear an outrageous lip colour and… more

    Makeup / How To

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