We've quietly been collecting our evidence, and feel pretty confident in questioning the origins of the following "people."
Smile: Seriously always the best move -- whether it's a big toothy grin or sexy, cute smirk, looking content with yourself and your surroundings always make any shot look amazing.
Here I am, an independent, confident woman with five pounds around my middle that don't seem anxious to go anywhere. Unlike my ex-husband and much beloved 30 Rock, they are telling me, "Don't worry kid, we're with ya for the long haul." Much to my dismay I knew something had to be done.
I don't know about you, but the idea of attending a fashion show much less Fashion Week in NYC, makes me start to look for a rafter from which I can hang myself. This would be my worst case scenario:
The holidays are still special for DeGeneres, who is a long-time supporter of Toys for Tots. In fact, this season, she is brand ambassador for Duracell's 'Power a Smile' program, which donates up to 1 million batteries to Toys for Tots this holiday season.
Heidi hit the red carpet for this year's bash looking completely unrecognizable similar to past year costumes of ape, cadaver and alien. Her costume was a geriatric version of herself, complete with a walking cane, yellowed-teeth, age spots, random varicose veins, grey hair and a turkey neck.
I catch up with fashion designer Bradon McDonald, a finalist on Season 12 of Project Runway, about his experience on the reality competition show. Some life lessons learned: be careful what you wish for, and be ready to step up to the pressure of big opportunities.
From Heidi Klum's legendary costumes for her annual fete to Roberto Cavalli done up as Karl Lagerfeld, here's proof that big personalities, big costume budgets, and big Halloween parties yield some truly amazing, and amazingly bizarre results.
Please understand that with all the many issues that are facing blacks in the public sphere, hair should be something we should all strive to look past as a debate.
Growing up, my family had traditions centered around the holidays. I remember delivering frozen turkeys at Thanksgiving with my local Rotary club. Las...
I've got some advice for baby boomer marketers. While we use your products, we aren't thrilled that we have to use them. Marketers need to understand the difference between marketing to a generation and marketing products by using a generational spokesmodel.
Now that 2012 is over, it's always interesting to look back and see what our favorite Hollywood couples have been doing in the romance department and make some predictions of what will happen in the year to come.
At AOL, our first value as a company is "We're in the business of helping people -- period." To date, we have shipped over 5,000 boxes of supplies to affected communities throughout New Jersey and Long Island. There is still a lot of rebuilding to be done. And we're going to keep helping!
I have a friend who swears by the practice of mindful meditation. I decided to give it a try. After three breaths, I was lightheaded and nauseous. My mind raced, my thoughts jumbled. I heard a million tiny cymbals clashing together. I was out of control! I snapped out of it, resigned that mindfulness was simply out of my reach.
Here is a set of search stats, gleaned from Google's keyword tool -- the most popular eyes in modeling. The top five yields some interesting stats: