FaceApp doesn't just add a color to a photo; it can change a user into an entirely different person. Ripa didn't share exactly how she edited the original photo, but that hasn't stopped fans from asking.
A gynecologist says actress Gwyneth Paltrow is reportedly spreading false medical information in Paltrow's health and wellness website Goop.
Linda Evangelista, one of the original iconic supermodels, isn't afraid of aging. She likes wrinkles and just wants to look good.
Sure, Botox can help get rid of your frown lines. Science is tantalizingly close, at least according to Jason S. Reichenberg, MD, director of dermatology at the University of Texas-Austin and co-author of a study about the correlation between Botox and depression that was just published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology. “One of the theories about Botox treating depression is that it doesn’t make you smile, but it stops you from frowning,” Reichenberg tells Yahoo Beauty.
Donatella Versace has been at the helm of one of Italy’s leading fashion houses since 1997 – the year her brother Gianni was tragically murdered. Always designing clothes that aim to empower women and give them freedom, Donatella is a prime example of not pleasing anyone but yourself. Now 61, she has certainly transformed over the years and is (unfortunately) primarily known for her cosmetic appearance. With a book on the way and Lady Gaga playing her in an upcoming crime series, we run through her various looks over the years.
Social media is buzzing about how different Meg Ryan looked at the Tony Awards. But why is plastic surgery — more popular than ever — still shrouded in shame?
Between countless anti-aging products crowding the counters in department stores and adverts featuring young models with impossibly flawless skin, it’s easy to get caught up in battling fine lines and age spots (and not to mention, spending a pretty penny while doing so). Rbsn has greater things to worry about and had no problem taking a rather pushy salesperson to task for using her age to market her anti aging serums and creams. As Rbsn recounted in a Facebook post, she was en route to her gate at Calgary International Airport when she was approached by a salesman from a skin care shop.
Thinking about Botox but don’t like the idea of having to go into a clinic? “When a lot of people come in for Botox, they’re very tense and nervous and don’t know what to expect,” Valerie Goldburt, a New York City dermatologist tells Allure.
“Do you see those two women sitting in the corner?” my Korean translator, a young woman in her 20s, asked me. The woman on the right more than her friend on the left.” We stared at two tall, slim, and elegantly dressed women with translucently pale skin who were quietly sipping their own lattes. “These are not natural Korean characteristics,” my translator added.
Facialist Georgia Louise takes a “more is more” approach to skin care. “If you want to have beautiful skin, you’ve got to work at it,” Louise says. “If a client comes here and expects a 1-2-3-step program, I send them home, because that’s not my thing.” For Louise, who treats a gorgeous list of clients including Jennifer Aniston, Behati Prinsloo, Emma Stone, and Linda Evangelista, more is more when it comes to beauty.
The FDA recently approved Bellafill. The injectable collagen filler uses microspheres that the company claims will, “immediately add volume to the skin to lift wrinkles.” What makes this different from other fillers, like Botox, is that the effects can last up to five years. Five years!
The FDA has approved a new injectable called Kybella that dissolves fat under the chin--it's the biggest thing in beauty since Botox.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus tells NewBeauty she wants to age gracefully. “I’ve gotten older in front of you and that is odd—it is still so strange to me that everyone has seen me age on a public stage,” Louis-Dreyfus tells the magazine. “I hate that word!” she tells NewBeauty. I think it’s great I’m in my 50s and still going.” Going against the grain in Hollywood, Louis-Dreyfus wants to age gracefully and avoid going under the knife.
Molly Sims does not hold back—and it’s amazing. She talks botox, bullying & body-shaming by photographers. Plus going from dumped and depressed to married and pregnant.