Hey chicas (particularly New Yorkers)!
If you’ve tried Jennifer Aniston’s new perfume and would like to participate in a short interview about your thoughts on her fragrance for the New York post you can e-mail Mandy Stdmiller at email@example.com.
She’s interested in seeing what you think of the fragrance and you’ll possibly be quoted in an article that she has coming out for this Friday’s edition of the New York Post.
I just got off the phone and we had a nice chat about the fragrance. It’s quick, painless, and fun!
Hope to read your thoughts in the article this Friday!
With the release of Deathly Hallows Part 2 come July we finally, with a heavy heart, get to lay our obsession with Harry Potter to rest.
Memo to self:
Bring tissues to premiere.
As we say our final good byes we also get to embrace the growth and maturity of stars like Emma Watson because let’s face it, Emma is here for the long run and we’ll be witness to her climb into Hollywood legend ever after the madness of HP has died down.
Emma recently got down to work for her Lancome ad campaign that I leaked to you a few months ago with famed fashion photographer Mario Testino in March in Paris.
This was actually the same day Lancome officially launched Emma Watson as one of their newest faces.
Salma Hayek will be debuting a new makeup collection entitled Nuance Cosmetics at CVS shortly.
Oh noes another celebrity makeup line!
Oopsie! Nicole Kidman isn’t the only kid on the block with a really bad makeup artist in her midst. Ashley Judd was busy promoting her All That is Bitter and Sweet memoir this week but stepped out with a layer of powder under her eyes.
Do not want!
P.S. That damn white powder is so easy to over do, take it from an expert!
Jennifer Aniston bid her long layers sayounara and debuted a new shorter do. I think the shorter layers are nice but I’m really not loving the color. It’s a lighter, frosty blond that kinda adds a few years to her face.
What do you think of her new hair?
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