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  • Jennifer Aniston's leather-clad cover shoot gets panned: 'WTF is with this horribly awkward pose?'

    “Whoever let this icon and national treasure pose like this and print it on a cover should be fired," a fan said of the 51-year-old star's look.

  • Priyanka Chopra and Sandra Bullock are sporting winter's hottest hair-color trend

    While scrolling through celebrity Instagram accounts for beauty inspiration, we noticed that a few dark-haired actresses have recently gotten winter hair-color makeovers. Priyanka Chopra, Sandra Bullock and Allison Williams have lightened their locks for a brunette balayage look.Shah Karegar, the man behind Chopra’s new hue and hair colorist at the Benjamin salon in West Hollywood, tells Yahoo Lifestyle that his client had “been rocking the rich, espresso brown for a while now.” But like most women, she ushered in the new year with a “new look and vibe.”Whether you’re blond or brunette, Karegar uses this painterly hair-color technique because it “can really soften up the complexion.”When clients sit down in Cutler Salon colorist Amanda Roberts‘s chair for balayage, she says that this is a “super-subtle way” to introduce them to “more dimension without a lot of maintenance.” Butterfly Studio Salon colorist Min Kim also points out that “brunette balayage is great because there’s not much sunlight in the winter, so women don’t have to worry about increased brassiness.”Flattering on different skin tones and the upkeep is minimal — what’s not to love about winter’s hottest hair-color trend? If you do decide to give brunette balayage a go, these professionals have tips you should definitely keep in mind.Skip the at-home hair color, and trust your colorist.Even though Karegar likes it when women take risks and change up their looks, he isn’t a fan of DIY hair-dye kits. “Please trust your colorist and let them do it for you,” he says.Roberts agrees, noting that “most women will already have previous color on their hair, so it’s hard to break through that underlying color with box dye.” She strongly suggests making an appointment at the salon for a test strand rather than going the do-it-yourself route at home.And, most important, Kim says to be honest with your colorist. “A lot of times clients don’t tell you everything they’ve done. There have been times I am in the middle of a highlight and see something is weird happening to the hair or the color is taking the strands properly, etc. Be honest about color history, so your stylist is able to properly provide you with a healthy journey to brunette balayage that doesn’t cause damage.”Use shampoos and conditioners specifically for color-treated hair.Sticking to hair care products that are formulated especially for hair that’s dyed is key to maintaining the strength of your strands, according to Kim. She recommends drugstore finds like L’Oréal Paris Elvive Extraordinary Oil Nourishing Shampoo and Kérastase Reflection Masque Chromatique Hair Mask because they contain ingredients that are nonstripping and keep hair shiny and moisturized.Roberts vouches for leave-in conditioners — an often-forgotten product — to help protect your hair color from any heat or UV damage. And both she and Karegar advise using Olaplex, so hair doesn’t “become compromised after a lightening treatment.”Invest in really good hot tools.“Overstyling your hair with a bad flatiron, curling irons, etc … over time hair can become dehydrated and your color could lose its shine and vibrancy,” says Karegar.We’d like to add: Be sure you keep your hot tools clean. Product buildup from oils can sabotage the efficacy of a flatiron, curling iron or blow dryer, or worse, result in your burning off strands. And no one wants that!The editors at Yahoo Lifestyle are committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. At times, we may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page.Read more from Yahoo Lifestyle:• Here’s what 17 women look like before and after balayage• Priyanka Chopra Ditched Her Blond Highlights for a Warm Winter Look• Priyanka Chopra Jonas Wore $50 Jeans With a $3,100 BagFollow us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.

  • Netflix to fans: Don't be like Bullock, avoid viral 'Bird Box' Challenge

    Streaming service repudiates latest social media phenomenon arising from its record-setting meme-spawning movie.

  • Here's what Rihanna, Anne Hathaway, Sandra Bullock, and the rest of the 'Ocean's 8' crew wore to their big premiere

    From Sarah Paulson's neon Prada to Cate Blanchett's slick suit, the 'Ocean's 8' stars brought their fashion A-game.

  • Rihanna, Cate Blanchett and the cast of Ocean's 8 take Leicester Square by storm for London premiere

    From Sandra Bullock to Rihanna, feast your eyes on the celebrity fashion from the Ocean's 8 world premiere in New York City.

  • 53-year-old Sandra Bullock turns heads in a low-cut sequin jumpsuit

    *Insert one million fire emojis here*

  • Sandra Bullock hits 2018 Oscars red carpet in rare public outing

    Sandra Bullock rarely hits the red carpet these days ... but when she does, it's for Hollywood's biggest night of the year!

  • This Oscars Dress Has a Really Powerful Message Behind It

    Things are a bit less uncertain for Marchesa this year, because the brand’s co-designers Keren Craig and Georgina Chapman have partnered with Stella Artois and Water.org for the “Buy A Lady A Drink” campaign. “Keren and I are so excited to be able to say we’re dressing Olivia Culpo. People always have options – this is such a pleasure to be able to say Olivia will be in our dress,” says Chapman.

  • The Eternal Beauty Of Sandra Bullock

    What would we all do without Sandra Bullock? She’s given us some of our fave rom-coms over the years including Miss Congeniality, The Proposal and Two Weeks Notice. However, with every film and year gone by she just doesn’t age. It’s hard to believe the ever flawless Sandra has turned 52 today, so we thought we would celebrate by taking a look back at the eternal beauty of one of the most beautiful woman in the world

  • 26 years of People’s Most Beautiful

    It’s that time of year when People decides who the most beautiful people in the world are. Yep, he tradition has been going strong since 1990.  Click through the gallery above to see how the covers have evolved over the years. 

  • All that glitters: Jennifer Lopez stuns, and more best dressed of the week

    From J. Lo in solid gold to Claire Danes in silver (and Priyanka Chopra in a little bit of both), it’s clear to see metallics were a big trend this week. Scroll through the gallery to see our favourite looks of the week, and let us know what you think by tweeting @YahooStyleCA! 

  • Sandra Bullock’s Son Wanted Her to Be “Slutty Batgirl” for Halloween

    Just like many other loving parents across the country, come this Saturday, Sandra Bullock will dress up in a costume forced on her by a child. It’s hard to resist pleas from a kid who gives puppy eyes and makes requests using an adorable speech impediment.  On The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon, the actress revealed that her 5-year-old son Louis wanted her to be Batgirl for Halloween.

  • Billy Bob Thornton Wore a Muscle Tee & Pants Without Pockets to the “Our Brand Is Crisis” Premiere

    In the movie Our Brand Is Crisis, Billy Bob Thornton plays a political campaign leader in South America named Pat Candy. The facial hair was the only thing that connected the man to the character.  His adversary on screen, Sandra Bullock (although not in real life — just look at them prom posing together!), wore a more red carpet appropriate outfit in a J. Mendel dress.

  • Sandra Bullock Wants to Be Buried in Her High School Cheerleading Uniform

    Photo: Matt Irwin for Glamour Sandra Bullock has a lot of adoring fans — there’s a reason why she was Hollywood’s highest paid actress in 2014 — but her biggest admirer isn’t her son, daughter, or stalker, it’s Zoe Kazan, her co-star in the upcoming political thriller Our Brand Is Crisis. Bullock appears on the cover of Glamour magazine’s November issue and Kazan, playing the smart assistant to the 51-year-old’s power political consultant, was given the opportunity to interview one of the kindest people she’s ever met.  Turns out, Bullock is precisely the person off screen that you expect her to be: the aforementioned kind, but also funny, generous, and someone who listens to others with her entire self, as Kazan puts it. The pair sat down the day after the premiere of their movie at the Toronto International Film Festival and while Kazan has respected the fact that Bullock likes to keep her personal private, she jumped at the opportunity to ask one of her heroes everything she “always wanted to know but was too shy to ask.”  Sandra Bullock on Glamour’s November cover wearing a coat from The Row and a Dior earring. Photo: Matt Irwin for Glamour Like any good journalist, Kazan knew the key to loosen a subject up is flattery and she lays it on right off the bat by telling Sandy that if she wasn’t a movie star, she’d be the rock of a small town.

  • Can you guess which photo of these ageless celebrities is older?

    Happy birthday, Gwen Stefani! On Oct. 3, the ultra-cool singer/designer/superwoman turns 46 – but the ageless star looks just as good as she did during the “Tragic Kingdom” days of No Doubt nearly 20 years ago. In honour of Gwen’s birthday, we decided to round up 10 ageless stars who seem to have uncovered the fountain of youth. Scroll through the slideshow above and see if you can identify which photo of these stars is more recent. 

  • Jane Fonda goes for the gold on day 3 of TIFF

    The stars didn’t let a little rain and wind stop them from pulling out all the stops on the TIFF red carpet on Saturday night. Scroll through the red carpet to see what everyone from Jane Fonda to Sandra Bullock to Molly Ringwald wore. 

  • Sandra Bullock reunites with George Clooney and more from TIFF day 2

    From Sandra Bullock to George Clooney to Emily Blunt, scroll through the slideshow above to see what happened on the red carpet at day 2 of TIFF!

  • ‘Frozen’ ‘bland’ and ‘boring’: Nicole Kidman’s Vogue cover faces criticism

    Vogue can’t seem to keep people happy lately. Now, Vogue is under fire again – this time for their August 2015 cover featuring Nicole Kidman. The Patrick Demarchelier-shot cover shot features the 48-year-old Australian actress wearing a backless, sequined.