Allison Williams knows she needs to take good care of her skin and hair, especially as an actress who wears a lot of makeup and frequently has her long locks styled. The Girls star and Simple Skincare ambassador recently told us about her low-key approach to beauty and why some fans might find that surprising. Plus, Allison dished on how she's inspired by another star known for her casual approach to style: Jennifer Aniston!
Many of our favourite celebrities work hard for their superstar bodies, and they don't stop perfecting their physiques at the gym. Girls and guys of Hollywood alike seem to love adorning their bodies with tattoos, on arms, backs, legs, and more! Overnight in Nashville, Kristen Stewart joined the inked pack so in honour of her life-long commitment, we've rounded up the most famous celebrity tattoos. We've got Angelina Jolie, Johnny Depp and Reese Witherspoon's markings in here, so click through!
Victoria Beckham was a busy social media butterfly today during a photo shoot. She shared a number of behind-the-scenes peeks at herself on set with photographer Boo George and her hair and makeup crew. Victoria was free from posing long enough to send messages to her almost six million Twitter followers, including "Happy Tuesday fashion bunnies!" and "Great shoot! Super excited." She had kind words for her hair team too. Stylist Tina Outen, apparently inspired by a photo of Christy Turlington on the beach, helped give Victoria what looks like a new short cut. Victoria liked the change-up, writing, "Loving the hair!"
Scarlett Johansson, Keira Knightley, Mia Wasikowska, and Rooney Mara all have the honour of fronting a different cover for W magazine's 40th anniversary edition. Scarlett's repping the '90s, Mia went '80s, Rooney had '70s style, and Keira was modern with a 2000s vibe — see more photos of the actresses in the W anniversary edition. All three women were transformed for the covers — each inhabiting their respective decade's moment in fashion. Keira's modern, dewy skin was thanks to Chanel's Hydra Beauty Sérum while Rooney's structured '70s look was achieved using Chantecaille HD Perfecting Powder.
This year's Cannes Film Festival has wrapped up, but we're still amazed by the beauty looks — and much of those glamorous looks were created by a trio of the world's most in-demand hair and makeup artists. Colourist Christophe Robin, hairstylist John Nollet (pictured), and makeup artist Billy B, all L'Oréal ambassadors, tended to stars such as Marion Cotillard and Freida Pinto. Here, they share their advice on how you can achieve a bit of Croisette-level glamour in your everyday life. Read more.
For model Liya Kebede, Cannes feels like magic. "It gets into you the minute you arrive here," she said. "It's very glamorous and I like that it's very international as well. You see all these different people from all over the world coming with their films, which is great." It's been a big year for Liya, who was named a L'Oréal Paris brand ambassador last June and is making forays into the film world. She's currently working on The Best Offer from Cinema Paradiso director Giuseppe Tornatore. There's more to Liya than her stunning looks, though. Her eponymous foundation is dedicated to improving maternal health and she's created a clothing line, Lemlem, which helps support craftswomen in her native Ethiopia. We caught up with the supermodel to talk about her work, her best beauty tips and the Australian beauty buy that she loves.
Olivia Wilde was in NYC to be officially introduced as a new global ambassador for Revlon where she talked to our US PopSugar sisters about the "cool honour" of nabbing a beauty contract with a brand she loves so much, as well as giving the lowdown on her favourite beauty buys. Here's what Olivia reaches for again and again:
Eyeliner: "It's what looks best for my face and my eyes," Olivia says. "All I need is to put some sort of definition on my eyes and it makes it appropriate for night. I wish I could be really good with shadows, but that takes a little bit more time and consideration."
Eye drops: Olivia prefers those with a cooling effect. "That's actually a beauty thing that you don't think about often, to have good eye drops in your bags," she says. "Particularly if you're working a 16-hour day and you need to take your look all day long."
Skincare: "I use the cheapest possible skincare — not because it's cheap, but because it's the best," says Olivia. "Dermatologists have recommended it for years and I've never paid attention. But recently I started using Cetaphil Daily Facial Cleanser ($13.95) and CeraVe Facial Moisturising Lotion ($35.70). They're gentle and simple."