Earlier this month we spoke with her Extend Barre-loving sister, Tahyna, but now it's time to talk to the other beautiful Tozzi — Cheyenne. The Model Co Super Tan collection ambassador and one half of music act Van Hoorn, Cheyenne is a regular on the Sydney social circuit and one we always love to watch. From her favourite hair styling spray to a natural alternative to body moisturiser, click through.
We're well and truly in the thick of things at the 66th Annual Cannes Film Festival. Things kicked off with stars including French beauty Audrey Tatou, Emma Watson and Carey Mulligan hitting the red carpet, but since then we've been beauty snooping everyone from Cara Delevingne and Rooney Mara to Megan Gale, her fellow L'Oreal ambassador Doutzen Kroes, and more. We'll be updating the Cannes Film Festival beauty looks as the photos come to hand but for now, click, click. . .
Earlier this year, I reviewed the initial stages of having Invisalign fitted to my once crooked teeth and now, 15 weeks into process, I'm seeing real results. I covered my first consultation with The Invisible Orthodontists' Dr. Baisi, and also my choice to pay upfront for Acceledent. Adding Acceledent to my treatment means I have to wear my aligners for half the amount of time. For an extra $1400, my treatment plan went from 12 months down to, at this stage, five and a half months. The main reason I opted in is because I'm getting married and I want to have the finished product (perfect teeth!) on my big day.
Yesterday, we spoke to experienced marathon runner and two-time City2Surf winner, Liam Adams, to get his top training tips. With the Sydney Morning Herald's half marathon just a day away, Liam's also got some very handy pre-race and race-day tips to share. If you're keen to show your PB who's boss on Sunday, keep reading.
"It’s important to buy practitioner quality vitamins from health food stores and naturopathic clinics over cheaper alternatives, because although you may be saving money, you need to be sure your product has been scientifically and clinically researched. Not just that, but also evaluated, rigorously tested, free from heavy metals and pesticide residue, and containing quality ingredients and co-factors which aid absorption (supporting the main active ingredient to be absorbed into the body).
"This ensures the active ingredients and nutrients are provided to you in a therapeutic dose that is physiologically active and absorbable, and can correct deficiency and give you the support you require. It's very important that the amount of active ingredients is in the correct ratio amount for your body to absorb. Buying cheaper alternatives can often mean you are not getting a therapeutic amount, either because it is provided to you at low dosage, or the form of the active ingredient is not the best for your body to absorb.
"An example of this is magnesium supplements, magnesium bisglycinate — a form of magnesium — has high bio-availability and does not compete with other minerals for absorption, ensuring you are getting maximum benefit. Many products do not contain this form of magnesium. It's best to always seek quality advice when buying your vitamins." — Billie David, naturopath, Alkaline
If you're planning to run in this Sunday's Sydney Morning Herald half marathon, you've by now been training for quite some time and pre-race nervous might be setting in. To help you smash your PB in this race and your next, we've enlisted the help of marathon pro, Liam Adams. He's just finished racing in America, and will be using Sunday's race to kick start his Winter season. Liam is also working to defend his City2Surf title, which he has won for the last two years. Ready for his nine pro marathon tips? Let's go.
We know. How romantic, right? Well, being a professor of perfume is a little more complex than that — and rightly so given Elisabeth de Feydeau's extensive experience and credentials. In town to speak at the Australian Financial Review's luxury business and fashion summit, Bespoke, Elisabeth's developed sense of smell led her to be head of cultural affairs at Chanel and Bourjois, before founding her own perfume consulting business, Arty Fragrance.
This is a woman who travels the world in the name of training prestigious names in perfumery, all the while analysing past experience and anticipating scent trends. We sat down with "Dame de la Jurade" to talk nostril strengthening, developing our olfactory memory and yes, we asked her to name her favourite fragrance. Read more, after the jump.
This year's The Biggest Loser series is dedicated to helping families lose weight and bringing awareness to generational obesity. From mother-daughter team Janet and Kirsten, to father-son team Gerald and Todd and more; the episodes so far have been inspiring and, admittedly, very emotional. Last night the final makeovers were revealed, with all contestants proving the power of hard training (with celebrity trainers Michelle Bridges, Shannan Ponton and The Commando) and following a strict diet. The Biggest Loser website has a host of healthy recipes for you to try at home if you fancy getting involved, not to mention motivating videos from the trainers.
We've got photos of the newly transformed contestants and while they're still working at it, we think they already look fantastic. Click through to see the pictures, along with how much they've lost to date.
Photos courtesy The Biggest Loser
We spotted Lily Aldridge and two fellow Victoria's Secret Angles out for the Eight Annual What Is Sexy? 2013 Pink Carpet Party overnight in the US and it got us thinking about ombré hair. Still a huge trend on the celebrity scene, Lily's hair is the perfect example of how to rock the dip-dyed ends look, without going overboard. Last month, L’Oréal Paris released Preference Wild Ombrés, an at-home colouring system that gives real ombré results. Only question is, would you try DIY ombré? Or would you prefer to leave it to the professionals?
Last night Australia's finest women descended on Sydney to help announce the winners for InStyle's annual Women of Style Awards. Lindy Klim was a finalist in the beauty category, narrowly missing the top gong to Nad's founder Sue Ismiel. Celebrities to attend included Kate Waterhouse, Samantha Harris, Kate Ritchie and Samara Weaving. Click through to see all the beauty looks on show.
There's nothing quite like a new, shiny Chanel makeup collection. For Summer 2013 — on shelf right now — the L’été Papillon De Chanel offering is inspired by "butterfly wings with eyelids in endless combinations". Le sigh. The colour palette has been taken straight from nature — think blues, greens and pretty neutrals. Click through to see the collection, all limited edition.
Photo courtesy Chanel
You strap on your favourite trainers and slip into some motivating new workout gear, and then hit the pavement. After a little while, the wind on your lips starts to bug you, and you start licking. And licking. Soon enough, your lips are chapped and sore but you're already kilometres from home. Enter Eos Smooth Sphere Lip Balm (approx $6.35). This 95 percent organic, 100 percent natural lip balm comes in small, ergonomic packaging so you can slip it into your pocket and easily apply mid-run. Good riddance chapped lips!
So we've gone and done a lot of crying in order to choose our top five waterproof mascaras. All jokes aside, though, your wedding day is probably the one day in your life you can guarantee you will cry, so it's important to turn up prepared. Waterproof mascara isn't everyone's cup of tea day-to-day, but it is the perfect bridal beauty product. We've gone for staying power, volume and a smooth consistency. Click through.
If you've been reading the news, you'll know that woman-of-the-moment, Gwyneth Paltrow, has launched a new cookbook. It's All Good: Delicious, Easy Recipes That Will Make You Look Good and Feel Great is food journey, in a sense, following her own personal diagnosis as anaemic and vitamin D deficient. The healthy recipes are designed to revitalise the body, and this mushroom soup is no exception.
While it's all good and well to see our favourite celebrities on the red carpet looking beautiful, it's also nice to see them in their natural habitat, rocking equally natural beauty looks. We spotted Emma Stone getting lunch in New York wearing tonal lipstick, Olivia Palermo walking her dog with a high tucked ponytail and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley looking chic with a straight blow dry at LA airport. See the girls up close, now!
Do your bed-creased nails a favour June 1, and buy these nail drying drops. I've never been sold on the idea of drying drops until I recently tried Sally Hansen Salon Manicure Dry & Go Drops ($14.95). I paint my nails up to three times a week but the problem? I usually do them late at night. In bed. You can imagine what my perfect manicure looks like in the a.m. — 10 mini bed sheets! I used these drying drops after applying my topcoat (PS — loving Dior Gel Coat) and I was pleasantly surprised with the results. Touch-dry in under a minute.
You simply wait 60 seconds after applying the topcoat, then apply one to two drops on each nail. The other plus is the formula is enriched with vitamin E and jojoba, so I felt like I was getting a cuticle treatment at the same time. I didn't lose any shine from the topcoat and two days in, still no chips. This product doesn't claim to aid chip resistance, but I feel like its played a part in my still perfect manicure. Available at Priceline on June 1.
Did you know that the human scalp has, on average, 100,000 hairs? So it's no surprise that just like ingrown hairs on the skin, hair follicles on the scalp can become blocked. Regular scalp massage will help unblock and promote new hair growth, but there's also a small portion of your hair that is in a "resting phase" and guess what? It's time to wake it up! For some time now, we've been schooled in using serums and conditioners to treat split ends and dry, unruly strands but now, it's your scalp's time to shine. As a few new scalp treatments begin to hit shelves, we've got the low down on what to buy and why. Are you ready to take the focus off your ends and nourish those roots? Thought so.
Last week we said a big congratulations to the participants of Nike's She Runs event — won by Victoria Mitchell who completed the race in 34 minutes and nine seconds — but now it's time for some insider comment. POPSUGAR Fashion editor, Ali, is a keen runner and took part on the night, smashing her personal best. If you're thinking about taking part next year, Ali has everything you need to know. On your marks. . .
Photos courtesy Nike
Don't panic, you still have time! Mother's Day is tomorrow and if you're still to buy a present, we have some last-minute gift ideas to consider. Your best bet is hitting the shops at this point, so everything in here you can buy now, or tomorrow morning. It's almost too easy...
Need more Mother's Day gift inspiration? See our other gift guides!
Over on POPSUGAR Health & Fitness, we spoke to model, singer and TV presenter Erica Heynatz about her typical day on a plate. The Nike She Runs ambassador was quick to admit her 3am visits to the fridge (love it!), but today is all about her beauty secrets. Known for her deliciously long, blonde locks and glowing skin, Erika reveals the cleansing tool she says is sent down from heaven, and her makeup artist of choice. Let's go!