The Red Carpet is not only a walkway to celebs' exclusive destinations, it's also a chance to showcase your ensemble for the night. Unfortunately these people didn't dress to impress this week.
Missy, something is SO reminiscent about this top to me. Hmmmm.....is it "I Can't Stand the Rain?"
VP of Universal Records Sylvia Rhone should use some of that $$ to hire a stylist. What is this? I can't even comment because I honestly don't know what is going on here *undecided* :-/
Sheryl Lee Ralph does not look completely bad, but what in the gold boot hell possessed her to put these on. I think that's what landed her here....the dress can pass on it's own but the boots must go!
- I feel a great mascara can open the eye and instantly make you look as though you’ve have a good night’s sleep, even when that is not the case. I use 2-3 coats of Lancome Fatale on the top, bottom, and also on the back of the top lashes.
- Because of my Indian ancestry, I love darkly rimmed eyes – a messy eye adds a sexy yet natural look to a classic outfit. To make the eyes smoky, I use Revlon’s Luxurious Color Kohl eyeliner in Black Truffle on the inside of the lids.
- Bright lipstick is a way to quickly pop an outfit and freshen up a look a la Ava Gardner in “The Barefoot Contessa.” My favorite bright is MAC’s Morange lipstick – it’s a great way to add a twist to a classic look.
- Another way to make your face pop is to fill in the eyebrows. I use Bobbi Brown’s eye shadow in Navajo.
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