Tag: peoples choice awards 2013

  • Taylor Swift

    Thu, 10 January 2013 4:40PM

    Taylor Swift’s Smoky Bronze Shadow and Twisted Updo



  • People’s Choice Awards 2013: Naomi Watts Proves the Side Part is Here to Stay

    Thu, 10 January 2013 4:28PM

    Side parts got a whole lot more sophisticated after we spotted them all over the a/w and s/s ’13 runways. Following on from the strong catwalk trend, there wasn’t a celebrity head that didn’t attempt the style … Remember Lea Michele and Miley Cyrus at the 2012 People’s Choice Awards? They both sported overdrawn side parts… more



  • People’s Choice Awards 2013: Lush Lashes, The Night’s Big Beauty Trend

    Thu, 10 January 2013 4:17PM

    I might not be particularly blowing your mind when I tell you that statement eyes were, well, a statement at the People’s Choice Awards (see all the beauty looks here). After all, celebrities (and we women in general) usually play up either lids or lips at a black-tie event. So the odds that eyes will… more



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