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Beauty Products That'll Stop You From Looking Like Death
Don't act like you're not a hot mess when you go out...because you are. Every girl needs some products that will kick in when the chips are down. With these products in your arsenal, you'll never look sloppy, even when you are. 1. Eye Brightener / Cream Hi-Liter: Benefit's Hi-Beam This product will distract from bags, cuts, scrapes, whatever. It'll actually illuminate your skin when it gets dull after a night of drinking. It's the perfect product to bring along with you because you can apply it anywhere. It comes in a handy dandy stick applicator and one swipe can take away the damage you did to your face with all that alcohol. Look how flawless and guilt free that girl's face looks. 2. Baby Powder Any brand. Any time. Baby powder has some magical properties. It's hella cheaper than dry shampoo and does virtually the same thing. Also, If one of your enemies spills beer in your hair and you're left with a greasy mess, baby powder will be there to fix that. Likewise if you wake up a fucking wreck and have to go to work, just pepper your head with this magic dust and you'll be all better. Well, not all better, but you'll look okay. 3. Clear Brow Gel / Mac's Brow Set This is another two in one product. Although it's "technically" for your eyebrows you can totally use this on your lashes. And if you're super concerned with drunk crying or something, it's a lot better than traditional black mascara. This product will come in handy when you take that 2AM trip to the bar bathroom when realize what an effing mess you are. Get it together. Although, I absolutely never go without black mascara. It's dramatic yo. 4. CC Cream / Olay This CC (stands for color correction for all of you blotchy skinned biotches) Cream is the bomb. You can pick it up at the drug-store for around 13 dollars and it's a great substitute for foundation. It honestly, can cover up anything that hi-beam leaves behind. Your night can go south super quickly, and when it does, this product will be there to dry your tears. Well, not really, but it'll cover them up. 5. Double Trouble Cheek and Lip / Benefit's Bene-tint Benefit is the number one beauty company for two-use products. Bene-tint is the go to product for a little color in your lip and cheek. It's a buildable product, so you can get a sheer, glowy finish or a blood red one depending on how many coats you apply. So when all the color leaves your skin because you're dehydrated from whatever you were doing last night, pull this one out of your purse...trust me it'll save your life.
5 Living Celebrities Who Battled Drug Addiction
Hope for some, Not for others. They're the stars you love, many formerly childhood stars, now all grown up taking on the hardest battles off their lives, alcohol and drug addictions. It's shocking at how drastic their physical appearances have changed with the introduction of these harmful chemicals entering their body. For some, they have never been able to recover, and some have been able to get sober. It's an everyday battle for many of them. We all watch in judgement of their decisions but growing up in the spotlight is more pressure than any of us realize. And the sad reality is that they turn to drugs and alcohol to suppress these issues. Check out where these stars are today with their drug addictions! 1. Drew Barrymore She's one of Hollywood's most beloved child stars who became a Hollywood icon into her adult life. She's the perfect girl next door and audiences have fallen in love with her time and time again. However, many don't know that Barrymore struggled with drug addiction. She had very early exposure to drugs and alcohol leading to poor choices and bad influences. Barrymore had her first drink and cigarette at age 9, marijuana at age 10, and dabbled in coke at age 12. At age 13, she had to undergo extensive drug treatment TWICE as she followed in the same path that many child stars do. Her father, John Drew Barrymore, had a history of drug and alcohol arrests. Today, Barrymore is sober. 2. Mary-Kate Olsen In 2004, in the wake of the famous Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen's 18th birthday party, Mary-Kate was getting a lot of press. Why? Because she was looking extremely frail and drugs were behind it but no one wanted to say anything. Her sister Ashley was with her at all public appearances and it was obvious that Ashley was remaining healthy, young, and robust. However, Mary-Kate had frail hair and was constantly being photographed with enormous dark circles beneath her eyes. Soon, Mary-Kate was put in rehab for treatment of undisclosed addictions. Reports of relapse surfaced again in 2013. Today, her drug of addiction has never been disclosed but many still believe she is in a constant battle with anorexia. 3. Lindsay Lohan She was America's sweetheart being the most adorable child star to grace the silver screen. With her HUGE success in "The Parent Trap", "Freaky Friday, and "Mean Girls", there was nothing this Hollywood star couldn't do. That is, until the drugs and alcohol became a problem. In 2013, Lohan sat down with Oprah four days after completing her sixth stint in rehab. After Oprah asked Lohan if she was an addict, Lohan quickly responded, "Yes." She said that alcohol was her drug of choice and eventual gateway into experimenting with other drugs such as cocaine. Her first arrest was due to possession and under the influence of alcohol and cocaine. Many of her rowdy party behavior and poor decision making is due to her chaotic family life. She's had to do community service, stay on probation, and faced jail time since 2013. Today, she's still under harsh addiction to alcohol and cocaine. 4. David Hasselhoff Of course you know him from Baywatch which is actually getting a reboot with Zac Efron. However did you know that he was an alcoholic? One of his most famous alcohol scares was when he was hospitalized after being extremely intoxicated to the point where his daughter didn't think he would survive the alcohol binge. Hasselhoff has been hospitalized many times which ultimately led to the failure of his marriage and struggling career. However, today, he is clean and sober announcing in 2009 of redemption. 5. Zac Efron In 2014, Zac Efron candidly opened up to the public about his alcoholism. For being Hollywood's biggest heartthrob, you'd never know something was wrong. He knew he was drinking too much being in his 20's, a star in hollywood, and being single led to his drinking habits. He ended up going to rehab while also joining Alcoholics Anonymous and seeing a therapist. It's very noticeable that Zac felt that he was trying to fill a void during his unhappiness that led to alcohol. He has learned to lead a healthier life staying away from alcohol, eating better, and exercising everyday. Efron has said that he still faces struggles even today, "it's a never ending struggle."
TBT: Fashion Icons of the Early 2000's
We all remember the early 2000's, and the girls who set the trends for us in our Teen People magazines. Forget Sarah Jessica Parker and Jennifer Aniston; for those of us who were at the most impressionable ages of 10 to 16 in the aughts, these teen idols ruled our worlds, and the clothes they wore made us want to dress and be like them. Let's take a group throwback and look at some of the teens and tweens who dictated early aughts fashion. Amanda Bynes In Amanda's heyday, she was quite the tween idol, and had a pretty recognizable style on top of that. Brightly printed pants and skirts were her thing, only turning to denim in the form of an often-worn stonewash denim jacket. Her tight-fitting tees were the understated point on her outfits, which were always topped off with mini ponitails and braids on the top of her head that didn't not resemble antlers. Jessica Simpson In the days of "Newlyweds," Nick and Jessica were a couple we all thought would last, and Jessica's All-American fashion sense seemed like everything. Though her off-duty tracksuits and trucker hats showed a disinterest in fashion, her southern stagewear was all the rage. Who else here bought a pair of cowboy boots hoping we could get the Daisy Duke look? No? Just me? Hilary Duff As Lizzie McGuire, Hilary Duff seriously influenced many of our tween years and, consequentially, what we chose to wear. Like Amanda, Lizzie wore many a wacky updo, but combined them with accessories galore, from headbands to hairclips to layered necklaces. For clothes, she had a much more pseudo-bohemian thing going on, wearing peasant tops and blouses with bell sleeves to match her bell bottoms. Mandy Moore This actress didn't have anyone fooled with her occasional belly shirts; she was a good girl at heart and we knew it and loved her for it. She encouraged us to go ahead with that bob or pixie cut; how else would we show off our favorite chandelier earrings. Her fashion sense was sugary sweet to match her personality, and she definitely encouraged me to wear more pink. Britney Spears It didn't matter if she wore jumpsuits or miniskirts or spandex or lace; what Britney had, we all wanted. Her style was a neverending whirlwind of sex appeal, which many of her fans were too young to understand at the time, but we knew we would never be her. Rhinestones and a bare midriff seemed like the key to her style, but who knows, the next day she might be wearing head-to-toe leather. Oh Britney, you always kept us guessing. Rihanna Remember when Rihanna frist blew onto the scene with "Pon de Replay" in 2005 and our worlds were changed forever? Forget what a true style star she is today; Ri Ri's early style made us all want to wear tops that began and ended with our boobs, toned down with baggy pants and chunky kicks. Never forget oversized hoop earrings, which were the ultimate sign your style was "funky". Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen When Mary Kate and Ashley neared the end of their reign of movies together, they were at the height of their tween popularity. We couldn't all have a beautiful identical twin to coordinate outfits with, but we could crimp our hair and layer short sleeves over long sleeves and look almost as cute as them. Lindsay Lohan Who didn't covet Lindsay's punk-meets-pop style in the days of Freaky Friday? Her long red locks were too cool (especially with blonde streaks), and her cargo pant, tight top combinations were to die for. So early 2000's, so lovable. If only we knew how little we'd be seeing her in ten years. ...and then we have Christina Aguilera, and I don't know what I can say about her look, other than that my mother definitely didn't want her to be my style icon. Everything about her was sexy, cool, and dirrty. I stayed in the Lizzie McGuire style, but who did you model yourself after?
Why Child Stars ‘Go Crazy’
In light of Amanda Bynes's recent arrest, one former child star is speaking out about why child actors have a tendency to get into trouble later in life. You may remember Mara Wilson as the adorable 6-year-old who made your heart melt in "Mrs. Doubtfire." But after starring in movies as a kid, she stepped out of the limelight to attend New York University, a choice she made because she "knew [she] didn't want to be famous." In an article published Tuesday on Cracked.com, Mara writes of the early pitfalls of stardom, saying, "Not many child stars make it out of Hollywood alive or sane, and at any given time there are at least three former ones having very public breakdowns." So why do child stars fall apart? Mara breaks it down into seven reasons based on her knowledge and experiences. Read on for the highlights ... 7. Their Parents Won't Help Them… Mara pens, "I chose to start acting when I was 5. It was my decision, and my parents tried their hardest to discourage me. When I insisted, they allowed me to act, but were always very protective of me. I saw many child actors who did not have that, and they were all miserable." 6. …Or Their Parents Can't Help Them The former child star explains, "When Miley Cyrus went through a series of scandals in 2010, one involving the scarier-than-pot-but-somehow-more-legal salvia, Billy Ray Cyrus went on record saying that he had very little control over his daughter anymore. Her Disney entourage had long since taken over. Even if he wasn't telling the complete truth about his role in his daughter's scandals, it was clear that he, the parent, was not in control." 5. They Get Used to Love and Attention, and Then Lose It Mara writes, "Adults know that infatuation is fleeting, but kids don't understand this. A year in a kid's life seems like an eternity, and they think anything happening now will happen forever." 4. They Have Been Sexually Exploited "To be a teen idol is to be vulnerable. Brooke Shields has said that being a sex object led her to feel like she wasn't in control of her own body, and is one of the reasons she didn't have sex until she was 22." 3. They Need to Rebel, but Can't Mara explains, "Having to live up to your fan base is a little like having to deal with a million strict parents who don't actually love you. They reward you for your cuteness and cleverness, but are quick to judge and punish. And they do not want you ever to grow up. How do you react? The way any sullen teenager does: You get resentful, and as soon as you have the freedom, you act out." 2. They Don't Know What Else to Do She says, "If I were to talk to Lindsay Lohan, I'd encourage her to get the hell out of acting and into something soothing. Take up botany or something. But she wouldn't be likely to listen to me — and not only because I'm younger and way less hot than her. It's because she's been acting all her life, she has little education, and in her mind, there's nothing else she could do." 1. They Can't Escape It She concludes, "It's a constant damned-if-you-do, damned-if-you-don't situation: If former child actors bring up their past, they're washed-up opportunists shilling for attention. If they never do, they're clearly in denial." cr:yahoo