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If you Google "Keanu Reeves" right now, you get some hits regarding the premiere of his directorial debut The Man of Tai Chi. You also will read a lot about his paunch. After the increasingly reclusive actor made an appearance at Cannes the other day, tabloids ripped into him for packing on a few pounds and not resembling the man whose stunt double kicked ass in The Matrix. The best pun-ny headline award, as usual, goes to The New York Daily News: Cannes I Have Some More?
The perfect chunky gold watch is even better with a pretty blue map of the world on its face. Better yet: A portion of the proceeds of this Michael Kors watch will go to the United Nations World Food Programme.
Hairstylist Mark Townsend is hanging out with Jennifer Lawrence in Cannes—and we're all the better for it. On Saturday, he churned out three sexy looks in 24 hours (and by the way, it was raining). Show-off. [Hollywood Life]
After years of stealing our face scrub (yeah, we noticed), men are finally shelling out the cash for their own. Americans spent $5 billion on men's grooming products in 2012— more than double what they spent in 1997. [Business Insider]
Guys, it's time to put your shirt on. Half-naked "hunks" (seriously, who says hunk anymore?) are now selling everything from salad dressing to drain cleaner to Dr Pepper—and ad executives say the trend is losing its impact. [USA Today]
CK One released a line of nail polishes that smell exactly like—you guessed it—the CK One fragrance you wore as a teen. The vibrant colors and distinct scent will take you back to your first summer down by the lake (in the best way). [SheFinds]
One college professor is exploring the Mila Kunis effect, otherwise known as why women today go grocery shopping in their sweatpants. We can't imagine what happens to a student's participation grade when they show up to her class ("A Nation of Slobs") in Lululemons. [Jezebel]
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