We were spoiled for choice this week as the beautiful people came out to play all around the world. Lana Del Rey hit the GQ Men of the Year Awards and debuted some new raven locks and red lips, Katy Perry wowed us with her dramatic Jessica Rabbit-style look at the MTV VMAs, and Elizabeth Olsen rocked a bronze-brown metallic shadow that we can't wait to get our hands on! In fact, we were so inundated with beautiful, um, beauties, this week that we had to bump our Top 5 up to the Top 10 Celebrity Beauty Looks. So you better get clicking — there are a whole lot of gorgeous tricks to try in this gallery.
With two new dry shampoos hitting shelves this month, we thought now's as good a time as any to recap 10 of the best. Because dry shampoo is everywhere — and for good reason; anything that adds a coupla extra days to our blow-dry is A-OK with us — but that can cause confusion. Cue 20 questions: "Which one's right for me?" and "What's the difference between them?" Truth is, they all work on the same idea — absorbing oil and impurities from the hair so that you can go for longer between washes — but they do each have a unique selling point, too.
Lilly pillies are evergreen rainforest plants that have glossy green leaves. In Spring to early Summer they develop fluffy white flowers followed by reddish-purple berries. One of the most popular plants in Australia today; it's used in cosmetics because it is rich in age-defying vitamin C, antioxidants and exfoliating fruit acids.
Get your daily hit of lilly pilly with one of these beauties: O&M Rootalicious ($29.95), Kit Cosmetics Multipurpose Wonder Balm ($22.95), Endota Spa Lilly Pilly Body Moisturiser ($45), Kosmea Clarifying Facial Wash ($34.95), De Lorenzo Prescriptive Solutions Control Shampoo ($26.95) and De Lorenzo Prescriptive Solutions Control Intense Conditioner ($25.95).