No Olivia Munn. NOOOOOO
We’ve talked a lot about how Olivia Munn’s face has changed completely, and she’s now making a hobby of dismissing the fact that her face has completely changed by attributing it to makeup, skincare, things she eats and definitely not Botox, fillers or plastic surgery, but nobody’s buying what she’s selling. Olivia gave a skincare and makeup-centered Q&A to People this week in which she reiterates the lie. OOF:
What’s your biggest beauty focus?
Skin! Makeup can really transform your look, but nothing replaces having great skin. It’s always been important to me to invest in it. I’ve regretted buying shoes or purses, but I’ve never regretted what I’ve spent on my skin.
Did you ever struggle with it?
I had adult acne not that long ago. It was worse than when I was 18! I started using Proactiv and I haven’t dealt with it since.
Now you’re the face of the brand! As a skin-care fanatic, have you ever considered Botox or fillers?
I want to try to avoid anything like that. Not that there’s anything wrong with it, but I believe that we, as women, should embrace our age and have no problem saying it. Sure, parts of my skin don’t feel as tight anymore. But we can’t control the day we were born.
So what else do you use to keep your skin looking great?
I put grape seed oil all over my face, neck and body because it’s so moisturizing.
(Via People Magazine, print edition)
Ok to be fair she didn’t say here that she hasn’t had plastic surgery, however she did claim that last month. The changes in her face are more than just weight loss and great makeup, though I also think she looks very gross and thin.
Also, come on? Why not come clean on your VERY OBVIOUS work? All this is really annoying. Check out a photo of her from 2009 and reminisce with me.
Posted Monday, May 23rd, 2016 at 12:12pm
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Get on that fragrance train, lady.
On Tuesday, Sofia Vergara announced that she is partnering with Avon for a “fun, fruity and floral fragrance” launching this fall called “So Very Sofia.” Now I thought fragrances were reserved for reality stars and Diva musicians, but when I think of how Jennifer Lopez and Mariah Carey have like, a bunch of fragrances, Sofia kind of makes sense, no?
The perfume will be available for $36 through Avon representatives and has some super corny copy attached, kinda what you’d expect from Avon AKA “the fragrance is just as energetic and vivacious as the Modern Family actress herself.” And “So Very Sofia combines delicious notes of passion fruit and Flor de Maya Orchid for a scent that is unique, bold and intoxicating.”Apparently, the aroma is for “the woman who owns her femininity and strength. We’re strong, powerful and beautiful — and we should flaunt it!”
LOL, okay Avon.
But Vergara is all about Avon’s message, that is, making MONEY. “Avon’s mission is incredibly important to me. Since its founding, the brand has offered women a way to build themselves up and achieve financial security, and that’s something I strongly believe in,” she explained. “Making this fragrance available exclusively through Avon is my way of supporting that goal. I want to help empower each woman to take control of her life, and gain the confidence and ability to achieve her dreams.”
The actor, who married Joe Manganiello in November, is clearly super excited. And who knows- maybe it’ll smell awesome.
Would you buy Sofia Vergara’s fragrance?
Posted Thursday, May 19th, 2016 at 9:09am
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Or should I say, DON’T.
Jenny McCarthy clearly doesn’t have a lot of experience experimenting with her usually-platinum locks, and it SHOWS. The 43-year-old debuted a new look during a visit to SiriusXM radio (and on her instagram) and it ain’t pretty.
Check it out for yourself, after the jump!
Posted Thursday, May 12th, 2016 at 2:14pm
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Rumer Willis will have her jaw photographed in all its GLORY!
In a recent Instagram post, Rumer indirectly called out a Vanity Fair photographer for Photoshopping her jawline. Now, I don’t personally know if it’s the photographer’s doing or an editor…but either way, Rumer was pissed. So much so that she asked fans to take the photo down:
The photographer Photoshopped my face to make my jaw smaller and I find it really offensive for anyone to try and change the way you look so drastically. I love the way I look and I won’t support anyone who would feel a need to change the way I look to make me beautiful. Whether or not they realize it, it is a form of bullying, which I won’t stand for.
Willis didn’t call out specific names, but the photo she put up was an outtake from a shoot by Mark Williams and Sara Hirakawa for Vanity Fair’s May issue. The Willis sisters were photographed for the magazine’s 18-page spread of famous sisters (other subjects were Haim, McCartney, and Waterhouse siblings) in a 1951 Chevy Fleetline.
Rumer’s been pretty outspoken about self-love on her DWTS days, so it does seem a little much that these photos would be drastically photoshopped. But also, are they? It’s honestly hard to tell, but maybe that’s just me not knowing the ins and outs of a Willis jawline.
Do YOU think she’s photoshopped in the above pic?
Posted Thursday, May 5th, 2016 at 10:10am
Filed under Rumer Willis