With the internet being pretty much clogged with news about the COVID pandemic, we aren't surprised that celebrities are all jumping on a viral meme inspired by Elf on the Shelf.
The actress talks about the brutal reality of being followed by the paparazzi and its impact on her kids and relationships.
The "13 Going on 30" actress and mom of three asked Fauci questions about kids during the pandemic.
Ben Affleck gets emotional about his split from Jennifer Garner, and what it means for his children in a candid interview.
Sure, these designer shoes naturally come with a steep price, we can’t deny that it helps make this look the perfect summer-to-fall transitional outfit.
The actor opened up about his 40-day stint in rehab. "It's part of my life," he said of his alcoholism. "It's something that I deal with. It doesn't have to sort of subsume my whole identity and be everything, but it is something that you know you have to work at.”
Ben Affleck is speaking out after completing a 40-day treatment program for alcohol addiction. "As I've had to remind myself, if you have a problem, getting help is a sign of courage, not weakness or failure," he says.
"I have limitless respect [for] people who have the humility and maturity to admit when they need to fix something in their life."
"Battling the demons and avoiding the triggers is a lifelong process," psychotherapist Kathryn Smerling tells Yahoo Lifestyle.
At the Oscars on Sunday night, we got an eyeful of the trendy shades of spring — pastels and nudes — adorned with ruffles, lace, and fringe, as there were stars whose sequins and jewels shone as brightly as the show’s bedazzled stage. But the women we often couldn’t take our eyes off were the ones in bright reds, deep blues, stark whites, and one bright Barbie pink — all bold shades worn by actresses over 40. The reason behind this wise choice is a hot tip we might all want to remember.“We were aiming for bold, proud, strong, happy!” stylist Elizabeth Stewart tells Yahoo Style about Viola Davis’s sequined pink gown from Michael Kors Collection. “And not conforming to Oscar red carpet expectations and norms.”Pink was an unexpected choice, but choosing to emphasize color is not, according to style and beauty expert Mary Alice Stephenson, founder of Glam4Good. The red of Meryl Streep’s plunging custom-made Christian Dior and Allison Janney’s Reem Acra, and the blue of Jennifer Garner’s Atelier Versace and Nicole Kidman’s Armani Privé, were calculated moves by red carpet veterans, she says.“These women all look fresh because they kept it clean and simple and all used color and shape for drama,” Stephenson says. “If you have too much going on — the over-the-top hairdos, tons of jewelry and tons of adornment on your dress — it actually ages you.”After years of awards shows and premieres, there’s probably no cut, style, or designer these actresses haven’t tried. They no longer need to experiment, and they know exactly what fits on their body.“They know that fit is everything at the Oscars,” Stephenson says. “You can have the most stunning dress, but if it doesn’t fit you right, you’ll be attacked. It won’t work.”This doesn’t mean actresses over a certain age need to wear the same style over and over. Rather, they can choose to make statements that emphasize their best assets, as Jane Fonda did in her figure-hugging white Balmain gown with its strong shoulders and edgy neckline.Younger stars have extra pressure to prove themselves in the fashion world, Stephenson explains, which is why they go in for the dresses straight from the runway. “Some of the younger women are vying for attention from fashion houses to get ad campaigns, or they are in ad campaigns,” she says.Those of us (of any age) watching from home who won’t be hitting the red carpet anytime soon can learn something important from this: When in doubt, choose color.“The truth is that often nude and those kind of colors don’t do much for skin like red or blue does, or even white,” Stephenson says. Or even, if you dare, Barbie pink.Read more from Yahoo Lifestyle: Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
A casual video of the actress working in her garden turned into a moment straight out of "America's Funniest Home Videos." See what made her say, "Regret! Regret! Regret!"
Ben Affleck may have jumped into the dating pool head first, but Jennifer Garner is going about things a different way.
Step aside, Elle Woods. Reese Witherspoon is establishing her own dress code with the latest launch of Draper James x Net-a-Porter. The 41-year-old actress’ fashion and lifestyle brand, initially launched in 2015, is pairing up with the retailer for a summer collection, which was celebrated on Tuesday night in Beverly Hills.
While we’re used to seeing celebrities all glammed up on the red carpet, a number of them are choosing to go au-naturel, embracing their natural features instead. Kim Kardashian was the latest celeb to jump on the #nomakeup movement by showing up bare-faced to Balenciaga’s 2017 spring show in Paris yesterday. So we took a look at a few other celebrities who’ve also gone makeup-free and still look amazing! Click through the gallery to see more and let us know what you think by tweeting us @YahooStyleCA.