I work from home, and this means that I never wear make-up during the day, unless I get bored and wander into the bathroom to pluck that one crazy hair out of my chin and then end up putting some brow gel on while I’m in there.(FWIW, the Glossier Boy Brow is the only brow product I have ever actually liked on my face and I was distraught when they were recently out of stock; it lived up to the hype for me.) Having said that, I LOVE BEAUTY PRODUCTS.Just as I cannot stop buying lip balms, so can I not stop buying various potions and ablutions to rub on my face in the hope that they will be magical.
Please enable my love of face washes.) I suspect that the “power of Young Hollywood” is to make Olds such as myself put on our glasses and squinch up our noses and say, “wait, who is that again? portion of this red carpet, unless the person in question was wearing something legit interesting, but, wow, you guys. [Photos: Fame/Flynet] This entire series of photos cracks me up.
Jaden Smith seems traumatized, and, frankly, I am ALSO traumatized by the sartorial choices Ansel Elgort has made at this event.
(Also: One day I hope to be able to spell Ansel’s name correctly without having to look it up first.
I apparently truly, in my heart, believe it to be “Anson Englehort.” Which, frankly, is the name he should use as a pseudonym when he checks into hotels.) [Photos: Getty] I have to admit, I love both of these covers.
This first one literally stopped me in my tracks as I was walking past my friendly local newsstand: IT’S SO 8OS.
I think that half the reason I stopped was to make sure that I hadn’t fallen into a wormhole in the space-time continuum to 1985.(If I had, though, I would have run over to Merrill Lynch and bought myself a bunch of Apple stock, before attempting to do a whole bunch of stuff you can’t do anymore, like go to a Prince concert and smoke inside.) in part because it smells amazing, but also because the stick format is fun — but I always want to know what other people are putting on their faces/bodies/heads that they think is awesome.It certainly doesn’t need to be fancy — my college roommate used to swear by Milk of Magnesia face masks!(Related: in 2015, we had a chat about beauty products we couldn’t stop buying.I feel like enough time has passed since then to revisit this, though — WHO KNOWS what you’re loving now, after all?