Trying out a different look that Thanksgiving season, Vanessa Hudgens paid a visit to the hair salon for a fresh cut and color.
The “High School Musical” actress decided to darken her red locks and while she was at it she got some bangs, too.
After the transformation was complete, Hudgens’ hairstylist Riawana Capri posted a photo to her Instagram history to let her fans know about the new winter trend.
Vanessa has always been keen to change up her hair and that duration around it looks like it turned out nicely.
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Keeping busy with work, Hilary Duff arrived on the set of “Younger” earlier that week (November 20).
The “Lizzie McGuire” actress donned a pink skirt with a comfy winter jacket as she trekked around the New York City set.
In related news, the 27-year-old actress is lending her voice to nonprofit organization March of Dimes.
Hilary told USA Today why she supports the pregnancy and infant health cause and said, “My mom did a walk for the March of Dimes when we were younger. I remember her doing it. She always supported the charity.”
The mom to 2-year-old Luca continued, “Being a new mom and learning the statistics of how many babies are born prematurely helped inspire me to give them a song and be a part of what they do. Hearing some of the stories are so touching, They do a lot of good.”
Bringing her undeniable beauty overseas, Kate Upton arrived in Busan, South Korea on Friday afternoon (November 21).
The Sports Illustrated model rocked a comfy, yet stylish ensemble as she smiled for the awaiting photographers inside the Gimhae universal Airport.
Kate is in South Korea to seem on the country’s version of “Saturday Night Live.” She will seem on the tvN’s series tonight (November 22) with comedian Shin Dong-yup.
“The actress’s agency had expressed an interest in her making an appearance and we were happy to accept considering we thought it would prepare an exciting show,” a production executive for the program told press.
In addition, Kate is overseas to promote “Game of War: Fire Age” and will participate in the G-Star 2014 games in Busan.
She’s been a busy lady by the past year given the birth of her daughter Rose and relocation to Paris, France, and Scarlett Johansson is looking forward to reconnecting with friends and family by the holiday season.
The “We Bought a Zoo” actress shared some helpful hints on getting all gussied up for yule tide gatherings in her new feature for Vogue and she certainly knows what she’s talking about.
Ms. Johansson always starts with a bold lip- “Last year, I rediscovered darker lipsticks as part of my ‘return to the nineties,’ and I like those colors a lot—the dark browns particularly. You can only rock those shades sometimes, and whether you do, you have to pick a matte one. But I like a nice red, too, like the new Dolce & Gabbana lipstick in Real Red. It’s not too orange or too blue. The Dolce reds are all really good. I additionally like satan.”
Scarlett plus encourages the use of glitter- “I think it’s nice to wear something sparkly—just avoid getting the sparkles on your forehead and your upper lip. So perhaps just don’t get too drunk! whether you’re using something glittery, use it for an effect—so put it in the corner of your eye, or on your brow bone, or try a glitter eyeliner by your regular eyeliner. But remember to use sparkle sparingly, like, whether you’re using a highlighter like Dolce & Gabbana’s new The Illuminator Collector’s Edition, don’t wear a glittery lip gloss and a glittery eyeshadow, too.”
As for her eyes, Johansson relies on individual lashes. “I wear a lot of lashes for work—I’m actually wearing them right now—and while I wish I was better at applying them, doing the strip for me is a catastrophe. The individuals, I think, are easier. I usually just use about 4 or 5 lashes from the middle to the end of the lash line and I always apply them with a tweezer. Just prepare certain you count how many you use on each lid so you don’t end up with one crazy eye!”
And don’t be afraid to get a little crazy in the fingernail department- “The nail art trend is very exciting to me considering I’ve always loved nail polish. It’s like candy! I grew up buying tons of nail polish—my best friend Julia and I used to gather it. We still have tons and tons of colors but now we’re both obsessed with nail stamps. They’re really hard to use, but they’re just delightful! I love the animal-print ones, but we’ll do, like, whole scenes using a desert theme, or safari.”
Finally, for the particularly daring, a cat eye effect can be compelling- “There’s nothing more fabulous than a liquid cat eye. You can wear it without other makeup, or with your lipstick or smoky eye, and you can dress it up or dress it down. It’s like the perfect accessory. Liquid pens are so hard for me to use, though, so I prefer the angled brush and cream liner technique considering I have better control that way. I usually draw the angle of the flick up towards the brow, and I experiment with colors like navy—or bronze is a fabulous one. I love metallics during the holidays.”
She gained momentous success thanks to her role on “Friends,” and Lisa Kudrow is gearing up for the reboot of her HBO series “The Comeback,” a mockumentary about D-list actress Valerie Cherish who agrees to do a reality show.
Lisa’s show was canceled after only one season in 2005, and thanks to loyal fans - it’s heading back to the premium network. Now the comedic actress is promoting her series with a feature in Glamour magazine’s December 2014 issue.
Check out highlights from Lisa’s interview below and for more, head by to Glamour!
DO KEEP YOUR LIFE PLANS OPEN
“I never thought I’d be an actress. It wasn’t even on my mind when I was 22, sitting at graduation. thereupon something hit me: You’ve always kind of wanted to be an actress—now is the instance to try. whether it doesn’t work out, you can go back to school and catch up on evolutionary science. My brother’s best friend, [comic] Jon Lovitz, said to go to The Groundlings School for improv. Friends wasn’t until, like, eight years later. You never know what the next opportunity will be, so you have to be open, particularly starting out.”
DON’T LET A LITTLE REJECTION SCARE YOU OFF
“With any rejection, you can’t help but consider how exact folks were for rejecting you. What helps? Having someone you respect who thinks you’re good, so the story is: Well, they think I’m good, so I’ll keep going. [My improv classmate] Conan O’Brien completely helped me through.”
DO PLEDGE YOUR COMMITMENT, FOREMOST
“When [Michel and I] decided to get married, we understood: We’re not promising to love each other forever, considering you can’t do that, but we are promising to work on whatever problems come up. We’re committed to our marriage working. It turns out, after you have a history, there’s such a bond, and love takes another shape. But oh, I don’t want to jinx it—I’m superstitious!”
DON’T LOSE YOUR INDEPENDENCE
“[Michel and I] respect each other’s independence, and I don’t mean that as a euphemism. I don’t mean relationship wise outside the marriage. Clear? But I don’t like to travel. So whether he wants to go on a golf trip, he goes. I think humans get in trouble [when they assume they’re] supposed to be one unit, in sync about everything. [Marriage] is like being on a team. Each teammate is different, but you have the same goal.”
DO manufacture YOUR FRIENDS A PRIORITY
“[Courteney, Jennifer,] and I—we’ve known each other for by 20 years. We had lunch together every day for 10 years, and it just mostly feels like, Well, that wasn’t adequate date at all; I want more, please. When we get together for a dinner now, it feels like, Ahhh. There is a bond that is there forever.”
DON’T YOU DARE JUDGE
“As you get older, there are fewer Dos & Don’ts. You’re less judgmental of yourself and others. My advice: Be a good listener; human beings are very complicated.”
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