• 5 amazing skin care dupes for classic cult favorites
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    Paula Smaka-Data, Yahoo Beauty Blogger

    5 amazing skin care dupes for classic cult favorites

    A must-have for many professional makeup artists, Bioderma Sensibio H2O is a non-detergent, non-foaming micellar water with neutral pH that is perfect for removing makeup even on the most sensitive skin. The packaging, as well as the formula, is incredibly similar to Bioderma’s Micellar Solution and as a little bonus, it also comes in a waterproof version capable of removing even stubborn water-resistant makeup. Physicians Formula Argan Oil has the same rich, conditioning benefits and is just as great at multitasking.

  • Gucci Westman’s Skin Care and Makeup Tips for the New Year
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    Joanna Douglas

    Gucci Westman’s Skin Care and Makeup Tips for the New Year

    Celebrity makeup artist Gucci Westman shares the secrets to glowing skin. (Photo: Getty Images)

  • Cate Blanchett on Colonics, Self-Respect, and Why Selfies are “Pathetic”
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    Joanna Douglas

    Cate Blanchett on Colonics, Self-Respect, and Why Selfies are “Pathetic”

    Cate Blanchett talks about skin care, the beauty benefits of colonics, and why she avoids social media. (Photo: SK-II) Cate Blanchett is an undeniably beautiful and stylish woman, but she’d greatly prefer to be recognized for her talent on the big screen and the stage. With two new films, “Carol” and “Truth,” already gaining Oscar buzz, and a recently-adopted daughter added to her family, the well-decorated actress chocks up her success to choosing meaningful parts, and avoiding social media at all costs; “I cannot for the life of me work out why adults are participating in that s–t,” the actress told me last week. Blanchett is bored to death of red carpet 360-degree cameras and the desperate validation of selfies, which is perhaps a shame.

  • Meet the Real Cate Blanchett
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    Bobbi Brown

    Meet the Real Cate Blanchett

    Photo: Patrick Demarchelier/Trunk I’ve always been in awe of actress Cate Blanchett’s ability to completely transform herself. Whether playing a feisty Queen Elizabeth I inElizabeth, or a woman falling apart inBlue Jasmine, she’s a total chameleon. Off stage, she’s so graceful, always beautifully dressed with luminous skin (thanks toSK-II ), but her life is more layered than her public image as an elegant and brilliant actress. She’s the mother of three boys ages 12,10, and 6, and she has been married to playwright and screenwriter Andrew Upton for over 16 years.