Listen up, kiddos. There's something no one tells you when you start dating someone—you WILL morph into this person someday. When any two people are together long enough, they start to take on similar traits. Whether its an annoying snort-laugh or affinity for wearing sweatpants 24/7, eventually something's gonna give, but, look, it doesn't have to be such a bad thing. See: Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. I mean, OK, yes they are two of the best looking people in the world blah blah blah, but lately, they can't seem to stop wanting to look like total twinsies—especially when it comes to their hair. The adorable twosome have been promoting World War Z in Europe, and every time they turn up to a premiere, we SWEAR they are sporting the same 'do. Don't believe us? Check out our evidence below.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie at the 'World War Z' premiere.
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In Paris yesterday, the cute couple arrived wearing their similarly-colored strands in a no-fuss low ponytail complete with—get this—matching all-black suit and shirts. It also doesn't help that they have basically the EXACT same shiny hair texture and volume.
Emma Watson at the premiere of "This Is The End" in Los Angeles.
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Long before "The Karlie," before Rihanna's cut, and even before Miley Cyrus' epic chop, Emma Watson proved her own beauty chameleon steez back in 2008 when she lopped off her Hermione locks in favor of a closed-cropped pixie. Although the actress may have started the process of growing it back—and even sports long hair with fringe in The Bling Ring!—she's still into switching things up, as she proved last night at the premiere of This Is The End. The star, who makes a cameo in the apocolyptic comedy, nailed her premiere look per usual in a Roland Mouret bustier and 3.1 Phillip Lim skinny trousers. But fashion business aside, right now we've GOT to talk about her faux bob. With a deep side part, serious shine, and an effortless curl underneath, Emma's chin-length (temporary) new look just might be the most practical style ever for the summer, and here's why.
OMG y'all. Last night, our boyfriend Joe Jonas shaved his head. Like, there's no easy way to say it—his adorable raven locks are totally, irreversibly gone. Donezo. Finished. Extinct. Gone bye-bye. Basically, we were perusing our Instagram feed last night and AUDIBLY gasped when we stumbled upon an adorable play-by-play pic of him shaving off his luscious strands. His caption simply read, "Oops," but judging by how he took a "before" snap, we're guessing this was no mistake. In the first pic, he's sporting his standard shaggy-on-top-short-on-the-side steez, and it looks like his hair stylist is giving him a quick side trim until... it goes totally AWOL.
Lady Gaga at her Fame fragrance launch in New York on Sept. 14.
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Listen, we love nail art a lot (maybe too much even), but sometimes even we get blindsided by people's utmost dedication to the mini masterpieces. This past Friday, we were tipped off (heh) to an auction where you could bid on nail art previously worn by Lady Gaga. We saw a pic that featured a killer black and gold stiletto-tipped nail hand painted by Aya Fukuda (a NYC-based nail artist who has been behind some of Gaga's most famous tips) which Mother Monster wore at a Fame fragrance launch and Born This Way Dublin performance last fall. In theory, this is TOTALLY AWESOME. Gags always has the most decked-out sets created by world-renowned nail artists, but when we actually read the description of the bid, we were, well, a wee bit disappointed.
Justin Bieber and his new knight tattoo.
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It's getting to the point where it feels like Justin Bieber is getting a new tattoo every other week. That's not true, of course; it's more like every other month, but STILL, being major commitment-phobes, we're surprised and excited every time Biebs turns up with yet another new piece of permanent ink. Looks like Justin's continuing to fill up that left forearm (presumably working toward a full-blown sleeve) with his newest addition: a nearly full-body portrait of some sort of medieval knight character.
Justin Bieber's Girlfriend and Lady Gaga's Fame are both nominated for The Fragrance Foundation Consumer Choice Awards.
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Whose perfume do you like best? Justin Bieber's subtly sweet Girlfriend or Lady Gaga's mysterious black liquid Fame? Well, thanks to The Fragrance Foundation and their Consumer Choice Awards you now have a platform to make your scent preferences known. Biebs and Gagaloo's major 2012 perfume releases are nominated for this year's Favorite Women's Fragrance alongside heavy-hitters Chanel Coco Noir, Dot Marc Jacobs, Gucci Premiere, and Lancome La Vie est Belle. The best part? You can vote!
Good moooorning! We have some stellar news to get your day started off right: Taylor Swift debuted her third (!!!) fragrance today AND released a gorge campaign along with it. The new scent, appropriately called Taylor by Taylor Swift, follows in the footsteps of her perfumes Wonderstruck and Wonderstruck Enchanted. While her former scents definitely exuded a super glam, princess vibe (I mean, it's impossible for us to forget that IN. SANE. light pink Christian Siriano gown from her first campaign), Taylor told People StyleWatch she's going for something a little different this time around. "My first two fragrances were more about fairytales, but this fragrance is more about my own style, so I wanted the name to be more personal."
Taylor Swift talks style with Keds.
Our go-to makeup look, a classic cat eye and a bright lip, might seem basic, but let us tell you, it has taken some time to master. Besides finding the right colors, the perfect applicator, picking liquid or gel, it's just plain HARD to do your makeup sometimes. You know who understands? Taylor Swift. In the second installment of her style video series for Keds, Tay talks all things style, but perhaps most interestingly she admits that she hasn't always known how to do her makeup, either. "I’ve had a lot of failed make-up looks that I would try in school before I learned how to do the line right! And sometimes I get it wrong still," she says in the video. The pop star continues, "I like the cat eyeliner a lot. It’s all about getting the right angle and my one tip for how to do it right is to take the angle and direction your bottom lash line is going and follow that angle up. If I’m drawing a really fine line, I like liquid eyeliner pens. You have to get really close to your lash line.” Good advice, indeed!
If there's one person that loves switching up their hair, it's Lauren Conrad. In 2012, the ex-Hillsie dyed her strands everything from hot pink to blue to peach, but this year it's ALL about the cut. Last night, she posted an Instagram pic that debuted—GASP—bangs! Her soft, '60s-inspired fringe looked gorge with her blonde ombre strands and giant tulle bow, and—to be totally honest—this feels like a pretty bold move for LC. I mean, she's perfected the center-parted, beachy waves for, well, as long as we can remember! (See: all of Laguna Beach.)