Girl Crush: Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?

By |March 23rd, 2011|Celebrity Style, Why Did You Wear That?|

My what big eyes you have… I’ve loved Amanda Seyfried since she played the dopey Karen Smith in Mean Girls alongside Lady Lohan, herself.  So what a perfect choice she was for the storybook turned mega movie, Red Riding Hood, released earlier this month.  With classic fairytale features, they couldn’t have cast a better beauty for little Ms. Hood.

It doesn’t take much for Amanda to look lovely.  With gigantic green eyes, perfectly porcelain skin, and hair that dreams were made of, it would really be hard for this stunning starlet to look bad.  Her red carpet style is simple, understated, and very sexy.  She knows her legs are her best feature and she isn’t afraid to show them off (smart girl).  During her downtime, Ms. Seyfried can be spotted around town with dog, Finn and her signature sunglasses.  Her style is always effortlessly chic.

1. American Apparel The Wool Cape, $170, 2. Ray-Ban XL Wayfarer, $145, 3. DOMA Detachable Hood Leather Jacket, $598, 4. Brian Atwood Lana Patent Peep Toe Pumps, $525, 5. Frederic Fekkai Brilliant Glossing Cream, $32, 6. Banana Republic Coy Combat Boot, $119.99, 7. Ralph Lauren Collection Ruffle Washed Linen Dress, $1,498, 8. Lanvin Plisse Dress, $1,975, 9. Benefit Dandelion, $28

…The better to see you with, my dear.




Photos via JustJared, TheIapolis

Beauty Buzz: Feeling Glossy

By |January 28th, 2009|Beauty Buzz|

My hair has never been shinier and that is all thanks to having a gloss (or glaze) put on my hair.  My hairdresser had suggested it before, but I figured it was just a way to tack on another $50 to my bill.  Well, technically it is, especially when you can now do the same treatment at home at a fraction of the price.

A gloss essentially is a shiny seal over your hair follicle that helps your color stay longer, your hair look shinier, and fends off excessive damage from styling. You can use it every time you wash your hair or once a week as a deep conditioning treatment.

Here is a great one by Frederic Fekkai. At $28 it’s a little steep, but totally worth it.  John Frieda also makes a gloss and it does the same thing for $7.89. That’s a steal!