Crow's-feet make the image more believable.
Plus, Hunger Games nail polish is finally for sale!
The ads feature very smooth-skinned images of Julia Roberts and Christy Turlington.
Also, Anja Rubik made out with her fiancé on top of a cab in the middle of Times Square this weekend to promote the new DKNY fragrance.
Also, Leighton Meester says that everyone on 'Gossip Girl' has naturally long hair; no one wears extensions.
'W' fared the worst with a 14 percent decline.
See Ashley Olsen, Lindsey Wixson, Julia Roberts, and Jennifer Lopez in this month's issues.
Also, Julia Roberts renews her Lancôme contract to the tune of $50 million.
The dress she wore to the Tokyo premiere of 'Eat Pray Love' is very MObama-esque.
Except they just seem to be endorsing the "be 40, look 30" thing actresses do so well.
It would help if she had a semblance of one herself.
Also, Du Wop launches a line of color-changing lipsticks.
Plus, Christian Dior's controversial "Shanghai Dreamers" campaign, Nike's big butts, and DVF's benevolent gesture.
Hat Attack made the spectacular head topper Chelsea wore to Vera Wang's studio the other day.
This information has pretty much been known for a while, but it's extremely important, so worth reviewing!
Hally Berry for 'Vogue,' Gaga for 'Vanity Fair,' and more.
Also, Kiehl’s debuts a new skin-care line for men.
And if you know French, watch Julia Roberts's new beauty commercial.
And Julia Roberts on her changing beauty regime.
Christina Hendricks's Christian Siriano gown "looked more like roadside-diner peach melba."