Monday, July 22, 2013 Right Now: Crop Top Can’t Stop
The midriff-baring crop top is our favorite summer staple and there are seemingly infinite ways to wear it. It’s a go-to when you want to channel Kelly Bundy or just reveal a classy sliver of skin, and it looks equally good worn with shorts, a skirt or the perfect pair of ovies. So crop it right now!
Monday, July 22, 2013 Lessons From The Pros: With Lime Crime Zodiac Glitter
Lime Crime’s Zodiac Glitter is one of those multipurpose beauty products that reinforces our belief that a little sparkle makes everything better. Our makeup artist Stacey Nishimoto used it to create a couple of different eye makeup looks that are subtle enough to wear anywhere—and not just the Electric Daisy Carnival. “Now you can wear glitter to Trader Joe’s or Starbucks!” Stacey says. “A touch of sparkle on your lids can be as subtle as the bling on your French manicure. Think of glitter as the fragrance you put on before you leave the house—it’s the last finishing touch. All you need is a spritz or a dab.”
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Thursday, July 18, 2013 Role Model: Betsey Johnson 4EVER
From her ‘90s grunge floral dresses to her signature cartwheels during her runway shows, Betsey Johnson has been here in a big way since the late 1960s, when she was a part of both the Youthquake movement and Andy Warhol’s too-cool underground scene. Even though she’s now in her 70s, she’s still rocking platforms, choppy bangs and energy to spare. Long live Betsey Johnson!
Friday, June 28, 2013 Role Model: Reductress
When we first started reading Reductress, we LOL’d, then we became totally entranced by their satirical over-the-top takedown of fashion, entertainment, and all things ‘women’s interest.’ We caught up with Reductress editors (and comedians) Sarah Pappalardo and Beth Newell to talk about serious journalism, feminist onions, and why integrity is basically stupid.—Chris Rellas
Friday, June 21, 2013 Lessons From The Pros: The Baby Bun
If you’ve ever tried to find a middle ground between a full bun and letting your hair fall naturally, look no further. We got Ashlee Rose to walk us through creating The Baby Bun. It’s a sort of sleek, sort of messy hairdo that’s still subtle, but done-up enough to show that hey, you did put some effort in today.