Celebrities often look picture perfect, but even A-listers make mistakes. HuffPost Senior Beauty Editor Dana Oliver and Makeup Artist Kari Bauce join Caitlyn to break down the beauty hits and misses of the week.
The pushback is heartening and well-intentioned, but misses what ought to be the real shame target: India. After all, despite being a country of almost a billion people, India has left it to America to crown the first Indian beauty queen who looks... well, Indian.
While Prince William is on his honeymoon, moving forward with the next chapter of his life, 4,800 miles away there are those who are still looking back into the tragic events in his past.
Indian supermodels are speaking out about their country's obsession with lighter-skinned models ahead of India Fashion Week
(Via Styleite) A source told the newspaper that "Aishwarya's first reaction was disbelief," when she saw the image of herself
I wanted to seek the academic viewpoint and approached Professor Richard Allen of NYU's Department of Cinema Studies at the
'Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps' had its world premiere in Cannes Friday, and the red carpet was overflowing. Below are
In addition to many other red carpet trends, including bare backs, asymmetrical necklines were everywhere in Cannes. The
A few of the faces on the red carpet and and at the opening ceremony Wednesday, and shown below, were jurors Sean Penn and