Monday, 30 April 2012
I have been a HUGE fan of Hilary duff for years. She is my role model, always has been, i think always will be. I have all her albums, all her movies, perfume etc. I love everything she does from her music, movies to fashion sense. I just think she is a actually a celebrity that is a proper role model for women.
So when I checked my emails tonight and got this message. I was like WHAT......?
This made my day this has.
Sunday, 29 April 2012
Hilary Duff aged 18
In an interview in the July 2006 issue of Elle Magazine Hilary Duff claimed that she is still a virgin and plans to wait until the right time to have sex. Duff said, "It's harder having a boyfriend who's older because people just assume, but (virginity) is definitely something I like about myself. It doesn't mean I haven't thought about sex, because everyone I know has had it and you want to fit in."
Temperatures are rising and prom, formals + weddings are just around the corner! Which means our skin needs a little help after a long dry winter! After giving your body a good buff, add a little shimmer to your lotion to get that perfect glow (without having to spend any money!).
- Your favourite lotion (we’re obsessed with Korres Body Butter in Jasmine because it’s natural and smells divine but any lotion that you love will work)
- Small jar of gold loose mica mineral pigment You can also crush up an old gold or pearl pressed eye shadow to make it loose.
- A mixing bowl or tumbler, chopstick + spoon
- An empty travel-sized jar or bottle
1. Combine 4 parts lotion with ½ teaspoon gold shimmer (or measure by sprinkling the shimmer until desired shade is achieved).
2. Stir with chopstick until colour is consistent (isn’t it gorgeous?!) then direct it towards one side for scooping.
3. Spoon out your creation and transfer it into the jar.
You can do this with coconut oil, tanning oils and many sunscreens. Once you get the hang of it, you’ll start wanting to try different shades of illuminating loose powders and add them to everything! Please share any of your ideas + potions too!
Did everyone catch a glimpse of Lauren’s pink dip dyed ponytail on her Instagram last night? It was taken just before she arrived at her last stop on the Fame Game book tour at Barnes & Noble in LA. This is a really fun idea for anyone planning to wear ponytails and fishtail braids this summer because it really adds a lil pop to the mundane mane. And though it stays longer than hair chalk, it’s still only temporary! Here are the steps took to get the look (literally “dip dyed” it this time):
- Put your hair in a ponytail.
- We wanted a subtle gradation with the fuchsia so there was no hard line where the blonde ends and the pink begins. Using a semi-permanent pink colour + warm water we created 3 different strength pinks in 3 different bowls. (We used Special FX colour in Atomic Pink. Put 2 quarter sized dabs of colour in each bowl. Add 1/2 a cup of warm water to one bowl, 1 cup of warm water to the second bowl and 1 1/2 cups of warm water to the third bowl.)
- We dipped 6″ of Lauren’s ponytail into the lightest pink and squeezed it out over the sink.
- Next we went 2 inches lower and dipped the bottom 4 inches in the medium pink, then squeezed it out over the sink.
- Last we went 2 more inches below that, dipping the last 2 inches in the darkest pink colour and squeezed it out over the sink.
After we finished colouring the hair we shampooed and conditioned the whole head. Beware that this colour is not permanent but will definitely stay in light hair for a long time, brunettes for less time. The lighter your hair, the more vibrant. If you’re a brunette or redhead, you would have to have your hairstylist lighten the tips prior to dip dying your ponytail. Otherwise, chalking is another great temporary option.
Tis the season for spring cleaning! This week it’s time to organize those pretty little headbands! This is the easiest project ever and hopefully one that will be as beneficial to you as it was to me and my messy drawers of headbands. Here’s 8 easy steps to making one of these helpful holders…
- Get a large roll of paper towels. Test a headband on it to make sure it fits. If not, remove some of the paper towels until they fit properly.
- Get a fabric that coordinates well with your bedroom or bathroom. I went with a very thin taupe-y grey cotton voile fabric.
- Spray paint a ruler (or something flat that can stablize your paper towel roll) with a complimentary or matching color. I used flat white.
- Plug in your hot glue gun and get your scissors out!
- Cut a fabric square and leave an extra 6″ on each side of the roll. Hot glue the edge of the fabric to the paper towel roll as seen above.
- Wrap it all the way around the paper towel roll, overlapping by an inch or two. Cut and glue that edge into place. I folded my edge under before I glued it to make it cleaner.
- Once that’s secure, twist the excess fabric on the sides (like you would with a piece of candy) and tuck them into the paper towel roll hole.
- Put hot glue on your ruler or piece of wood and secure it to the base of the headband holder to prevent it from rolling.
Last but not least…