• All eyes were on her as she made her first red carpet appearance since marrying actor George Clooney last year.

    So naturally human rights lawyer Amal Clooney (nee Alamuddin) called on the best glam squad in Hollywood for the Golden Globe Awards 2015 on Sunday night.

    Amal Clooney enlisted the help of Charlotte Tilbury at the Golden Globes 2015 [Rex]Amal Clooney enlisted the help of Charlotte Tilbury at the Golden Globes 2015 [Rex]The newlywed, 36, enlisted the help of make-up maestro Charlotte Tilbury – who’s worked her magic on Kim Kardashian and Kate Moss in the past – for her red carpet debut.

    Charlotte wrote on her Instagram that it was a 'pleasure' to work with the human rights lawyer [Instagram]Charlotte wrote on her Instagram that it was a 'pleasure' to work with the human rights lawyer [Instagram]“Amal knows and loves my products - she wears my Matte Revolution Lipsticks in Walk of Shame, Bond Girl and Amazing Grace,” said Charlotte, who also has an eponymous make-up line.

    “I went into it knowing what she likes, so I created a retro beauty look inspired by the silver screen sirens that fits her classic style.”

    Sharing a photo on Instagram days before jetting out to LA for the Globes, Charlotte revealed she’ll be using a host of her own products, as well as false eyelashes from Millie Mackintosh’s line, on the lucky stars.

    Charlotte shared a photo of the make-up she was packing pre-awards, including Millie's lashes! [Instagram]Charlotte shared a photo of the make-up she was packing pre-awards, including Millie's lashes! [Instagram]Charlotte's make-up collection for the Golden Globes 2015 [Instagram]Charlotte's make-up collection for the Golden Globes 2015 [Instagram]Former Made in Chelsea star and

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  • Boost Your Summer BeautyBoost Your Summer Beauty

    Maximize your summer beauty with a simple routine! Follow these six steps for an easy, low-maintenance makeup routine.

    Related: 12 Summer Makeup and Beauty Secrets »

    Start with better brows

    A pair of well-defined eyebrows can make a face look more polished―especially when makeup is minimal. Splurge on a professional shaping, and then maintain the look at home with weekly tweezings.

    Streamline cleansing
    If you have oily skin and regularly use a face wash and toner, try cloths with salicylic acid instead. They clean deeply, reduce shine and are totally tote-able.


    Maximize moisturizer
    Keep your nail hues from fading or yellowing by choosing a formula with built-in UV inhibitors. And remember to apply a drop of cuticle oil over the polish to give your manicure a fresh, shiny finish―even if the color is a week old!

    Protect your polish
    Keep your nail hues from fading or yellowing by choosing a formula with built-in UV inhibitors. And remember to apply a drop of cuticle oil Read More »from Boost Your Summer Look in 6 Steps
  • Serbian Australian model Andrej Pejic wears a creation by Auslander during the Fashion Rio Summer 2012 collection in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Saturday, June 4, 2011.(Newser) - The fomer Andrej Pejic-the gender-bending model who took the fashion world by storm in 2011-is now Andreja Pejic. Pejic came out as a transgender woman via stories on People, Entertainment Tonight, and Style, as noticed by Jezebel.

    The 22-year-old had sex reassignment surgery this year, and "I want to share my story with the world because I think I have a social responsibility," she says. "I hope that by being open about this, it becomes less of an issue."

    The Serbian-born model says she "dreamt of being a girl" from childhood, but when she moved with her family to Australia, she started to get "a social message" that she should act more like a boy. She did, but nonetheless started researching what were then called "sex changes" at age 13.

    "The Internet gave me the sense that there were words to describe my feelings and medical terms," she says. She started by taking puberty blockers, and was discovered by an agent at 17. She used to model both men's and women's

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  • 6 Hair Myths Exposed!

    Debunking Common Hair MythsDebunking Common Hair Myths

    Get the truth about grays, shampoos and brushing so your hair can be healthier and shine brighter. Plus, pick up some helpful tips and tricks as All You solves some common hair myths!

    Related: Weatherproof Your Hair »

    Myth 1: Stress makes your hair fall out.
    If everyday stress caused hair loss, then we'd all be bald! The blame actually lies in genetics, which accounts for 95 percent of hair loss. If this gene runs in your family, start acting now! Treatments include hair restoration (a surgical procedure in which tiny patches of scalp are removed from the back and sides of the head and implanted in bald spots) and topical use of minoxidil, an FDA-approved ingredient found in Rogaine, which is available over the counter in 2 percent and 5 percent formulas. The lower dose is approved for women, but many doctors recommend the higher dose to slow down shedding and to speed regrowth.

    Myth 2: Brushing your hair 100 strokes per day makes it shine.
    This is a big exaggeration

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  • The carbon-based substance, an ancient cure-all that still gets the job done, is gunning for your medicine cabinet with these new products.



    By: Grace Clarke, Photo by Victor Prado

    Charcoal may be the cure-all you've been looking for.Charcoal may be the cure-all you've been looking for.

    For all of skin care's futuristic new gadgets-motorized brushes that wash your face, souped-up razors that run like a Tesla-there are a handful of old-fashioned remedies worth keeping around. Case in point: charcoal, a centuries-old, unapologetically simple grime fighter with a knack for eliminating impurities, odors, and bacteria. Ancient Hindus purified water with it, Hippocrates used it to treat anthrax in 400 B.C., and now grooming brands are touting its benefits.

    "Activated charcoal, which is what's in skin-care products, is treated with oxygen, opening up millions of tiny holes that act like magnets for junk," explains dermatologist Soheil Simzar, M.D., of Ava MD in Los Angeles. "But it's different from regular soap because it won't leave your skin stripped and tight." (The chemical structure

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  • We Feel Best About Our Looks at This Age

    A new Gallup poll reveals the age we feel most attractive(Newser) - America's youth are less satisfied with their physical appearance than their grandparents are, according to a new Gallup poll of more than 80,000 Americans ages 18 and up. And though men report higher satisfaction than women at almost every age, both men and women experience a low point in middle age, Gallup reports. It turns out that 66% of American seniors 65 and up either "agreed" or "strongly agreed" that they always feel good about their looks, compared to 54% of 35- to 64-year-olds and 61% of 18- to 34-year-olds.

    Meanwhile, African Americans enjoy the highest satisfaction rate across all ages at 68%, Hispanics a close second at 67%, Asians trailing a bit at 62%, and whites rounding out the bottom at 55%. "For whites, who are the least likely to feel confident in their physical appearance across all age groups, societal pressure to conform to conventional standards of physical attractiveness takes an even bigger toll," Gallup reps write.

    Because the survey did not

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  • By: Kristin Doherty for TheKnot.com

    Fresh flowers aren't just for your bouquet and centerpieces. Consider adding them to your wedding day hairstyle. Get a whimsical look with a fresh flower crown or go classic with a few simple white flowers tucked into an updo. One tip for the taking: Do a little homework before you decide on what flowers to use. You may love ranunculus but they'll wilt in the matter of an hour. So choose a heartier flower - amaryllis, succulents and orchids are all durable options. Here, a few of our favorite brides who pulled it off!

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  • Summer Makeup TipsSummer Makeup Tips

    Handle the heat and avoid makeup meltdowns with our easy-to-follow summer beauty tips.

    Related: A Simple Summer Beauty Routine »

    1. Wear sheer cream eye shadow
    It sinks in quickly and won't melt. Summer's a great time to experiment with new colors. These eye duos look bold but go on sheer for a soft wash of color.

    2. Apply concealer sparingly
    Touch up trouble spots- blemishes, dark circles or redness-with a tiny dab of concealer. Blend well with a small synthetic brush. Less is more when the temperature is high.

    Plus: Solve Hot-Weather Hair Problems »

    3. Shield your skin
    A face full of foundation looks and feels uncomfortable in the heat. Use a tinted moisturizer with sunscreen, it keeps your complexion hydrated and protected from the sun in just one step.

    4. Refresh your body
    When a cool shower isn't an option, run your hands under cold water, then place your wrists on the back of your neck. This should soothe your skin before you begin to sweat.

    5.

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  • By Stephanie Hallett, Lover.ly


    When it's sweltering outside and you're heading to a wedding, you need a hairstyle that's relaxed enough to reflect the time of year, but sturdy enough to withstand the heat. If you're still searching for the perfect summer wedding 'do, allow us to recommend a few of our favorite summer hairstyles.


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  • woman looking in the mirrorwoman looking in the mirrorBy Anne Roderique-Jones


    You know to wear sunscreen and apply anti-aging creams. But what goes inside your body also plays a role in maintaining your youthful appearance. Read on to see which foods and drinks add years to your skin and smile, and learn which smart swaps to make. Photo by Thinkstock


    Related: Style tricks to look younger INSTANTLY


    1. Salt
    The white stuff isn't the right stuff to keep wrinkles at bay. Getting more than the American Heart Association's daily recommendation of 1,500 mg of sodium can lead to high blood pressure, which "can weaken the skin by affecting collagen," says registered dietitian Jen Brewer, author of Stop Dieting and Start Losing Weight. And that can cause wrinkles, especially in thin-skinned areas, like around your eyes, she adds. Salt also can cause puffiness by your eyes, says Heidi Waldorf, MD, director of laser and cosmetic dermatology at Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York City. And there's nothing youthful about puffy peepers.

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