Thursday, April 30, 2009

Daily Dollfaces

I usually like Kate Hudson's style but I'm staying far away from wearing a ROMPER!


Ivanka Trump's legs may be orange and her fake boobs very big, but I like her. She's smart, has a good sense of humor and never spent too much time coasting by as a socialite with an agenda for parties and sleeping around.

Heidi Klum, pregnant with her fourth baby and wearing those shoes? Yikes, I'd be in slippers or Crocs.

Teeny MK Olsen. Cute outfit although I'm not doing handsprings for the belt.

Jennifer Love "size 2" Hewitt. I'm not sure how I feel about the dress. She has a classic body shape, womanly and curvy. I think Shoshana dresses cater to that body type.

I always love when this issue hits the stands, or rather, my mailbox. I think Christina Applegate is adorable, I love watching Samantha Who? I'd like to see People stay away from the obvious picks though- we KNOW Brad and Angelina are gorgeous, Halle Berry makes the list every year and if George Clooney is on there yet again, I'm going to flip my proverbial wig.


I like to see how Cameron Diaz is aging. Is that wrong? We're about the same age and I want to see her wrinkles. Her body is in amazing shape though and I've given birth to two kids, you do the math.


She's got a great style. I'd wear that outfit.

I want to hang out with Matthew McCongaoghyy. I can never spell his last name so let's leave it at that. He seems like he could come over with a six pack and be happy to shoot pool and throw darts and maybe play a little Rockband on the Wii. Bongos optional.

Kelly Ripa has such a cute family. Her kids are a great blend of her and her husband. They are all stunning. Is she in the pages of People's Most Beautiful?

Here's Tori Spelling at the LA Time Festival of Books. Last time I went there, I got into a fender-bender in the parking garage. People get mean behind the wheel of a car! Anyway, I want to read her book Mommywood.

Cute baby bump! Nicole Richie's big toe always hang over the edge of her flip flop. I think pregnant women are adorable!

Could Julianne Hough be any cuter? She's got a great personality, amazing body, she's a talented dancer and singer. I'm bummed that she won't be back on Dancing with the Stars next season. I like her outfit, above. And the dog!

I am overwhelmed with the desire to pick all the stray hairs off Jennifer Aniston's black tank top. I want to know if she really works out for three hours a day?

Jennifer Garner cleans up really well or else she has a very talented makeup artist! Here she is at the door of the Letterman show. Her hair and makeup look fabulous. I hope to see Ghosts of Girlfriends Past this weekend. That's my kind of funny chick flick.

Not crazy about the dress but Eva Mendes is stunning. Hair and makeup look good, she can pull off any makeup colors because she has such a perfect complexion.


Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Lancome, Darais, and Orso

On Monday night I ventured to Orso in Los Angeles to meet up with Lancome's Celebrity Makeup Artist, Darais along with other beauty writers. I was the first one there which is always intimidating for me. I sat on the patio, reading the menu and sipping water until Darais walked in.

Darais is tall and tattooed, very hip and funky, just how I like my makeup artists. We chatted a bit and were joined by Amber from Beauty Junkies Unite. Soon Charli and Stacey from Daily Obsession came in, followed by Erin, a Lancome executive who reminded me of a raven haired Nicole Kidman, all pretty, thin and chic. Last to come in was Sarah from Beauty Banter. I couldn't tear my eyes away from Sarah's impossibly long, healthy, gorgeous hair.



Orso is amazing and I loved my food. Since I'm constantly watching each calorie with the dedication and discipline of a biblical scholar, I let loose and devoured fresh bread with Parmesan cheese, olive oil and balsamic vinegar. The thin crust pizza ordered to share was consumed and digested before everyone got a slice. Don't ever try keeping me away from the fresh mozzarella, basil and tomato or you will be hurt. I'm sure you are drooling now. The main course was succulent veal with giant mushrooms. And dessert, which I can usually skip but not this time, was an Apricot tarte with creme fraiche. What a treat! For someone who is used to kid friendly restaurants with crayons and paper table cloths, Orso was a huge treat!

Now that we have that out of the way, I can tell you about Lancome's new products.
Not so terribly new but new to me is the vibrating mascara, officially named Oscillation. The photo of my eyes above, features this mascara lengthening and thickening my paltry lashes. The technique takes a minute to get the hang of and I find it easier to use the vibrating option on my lower lashes. All I do is stand there and let the mascara do its thing. The best remover for eye makeup is the BiFacil which took the mascara off easily when I arrived home.

Lancome's fountain of youth is the new Genifique, a multi-patented serum. It boosts the production of youth proteins and promises to make us all look like we have the skin of a newborn. It helps if you use a French accent when you say Genifique.
LaLacque Fever is a gloss that feels good not sticky, imparts great color, and lasts for hours! I wore it to the dentist yesterday and it lasted through a fancy tooth polishing and several beverages.

I learned that Juicy Tubes Pure is available now. Juicy Tubes have long been a favorite of many beauty loving ladies. The new version is almost 100% pure, contains shea butter and comes in beautiful sheer colors. I have to get my mitts on this!

Read up on Darais who is so talented. He's painted the faces of many top actresses and models. He's in demand! You can tell that he just LOVES what he does and is so passionate about it. I think that's the key to happiness, love what you do. And that's a beautiful thing.

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Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Bethenny Frankel: Naturally Thin


I was heartbroken when the Real Housewives of Orange County ended. What would fill that void on Tuesday nights? Life as I knew it would end without my Bravo fix. Enter the Real Housewives of New York. I was hooked right away, connecting to Bethenny Frankel, her sarcasm and funny one-liners kept me watching week after week. I know tons of people feel the same way.

Bethenny is a natural foods chef who created the Skinny Girl Margarita, a line of healthy muffins called Bethenny Bakes and she wrote Naturally Thin - Unleash Your Skinnygirl™ and free Yourself From a Lifetime of Dieting. Millions of people are reading this book -its on the New York Times Best-Seller list!

Full of common sense ideas, tips and tricks, Naturally Thin outlines how to stay healthy in a way that's easy to follow. Always on the lookout for healthy meals to make, I look forward to cooking the recipes included in the book. Bethenny infuses Naturally Thin with her humor and down- to-earth personality which is probably why the book is selling like crazy. Everyone (except Kelly and you have to watch the show to get that reference) loves Bethenny! You can learn more about the fast growing Bethenny Frankel empire here.


Tell me what its like to be on television all across America every week? What, if any, are the downsides to being so recognizable?

It is wonderful to see so many people "get" me. People are inspired business-wise and losing weight, and I am making a difference. I love being recognized because people are receiving my message. The downside is not being able to go to starbucks in my pyjamas anymore (a new rule I break often).


Were you always interested in cooking and health? What made you decide to pursue Culinary School?

I am a health foodie. I love food and restaurants and dining and I am very concerned with health. Culinary school was meant to be a hobby while I was unfulfilled during an engagement to the wrong person.

What do you like to do in your free time besides those hilarious Jill Zarin imitations?

Truthfully, I like to sleep and do yoga, to test recipes and to love my dog cookie-nothing that cultural or fascinating. I do love to dance though. Hip hop music gets me going. I also love to snuggle.

If you could pass along one tip from your book to all of America, what would it be?

Your diet is a bank account. There are good investments and bad ones. If you have a good relationship with food, you can manage the checks and balances.

I want to learn more about Bethenny Bakes. How do you maintain freshness and flavor in the products when they are sold in stores?

The cookies have no eggs or dairy, so they last longer. The best bet is ordering them on http://www.bethenny.com/


You are a very successful woman. Was there a time when you thought about giving up on your goals? And what kept you on track?

There were many times when I thought getting married and being taken care of by a man was the only way that I could have a nice life, buy nice things, go on vacation and go out to dinner. However, every time I would be with that man, I couldn't sell out. I ultimately had no choice but to make it for myself which was very scary. Its different at 34/5 then for a 25 year old. You wonder how you will survive.


What keeps you humble in the face of so much success?

I know how hard it is to achieve your goals. I know where I came from and nothing was handed to me. I know that you do unto others as you'd have done to me. How could anyone be anything but humble? We are all immortal.

You have so many exciting things happening- including the launch of Skinny Girl Cocktails. What else can we expect from Bethenny Frankel?

I have 4 more books the first of which will launch in jan. There will be more tv for me, a line of skinnygirl candy (starting with stylish lollipops) and a whole skinnygirl brand of cooking utensils, activewear and everything a skinnygirl could want. This is just the beginning.

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Monday, April 27, 2009

Read It! I LOVE books.


The Laws of Harmony by Judith Ryan Hendricks is a well-written novel about a woman who leaves her home in Albuquerque in search of a new life. Having been raised on a commune in New Mexico, the protagonist has issues with her mother which is sort of an ongoing theme in the book. Sunny Cooper's boyfriend is killed in a tragic accident which serves as the catalyst in Sunny's move to a tiny island off the coast of Washington. But of course, everything that she's run from comes back to her and life lessons abound.


Whacked by Jules Asner, I liked this one quite a bit. The heroine is slowly losing her mind as she comes to terms with her cheating, lying boyfriend. What she is driven to do will have you shaking your head, thinking...only in Hollywood. Its a fun page turner! I look forward to future novels from Jules.

Also to read is David Benioff's novel called City of Thieves. I need to be in the right state of mind for this book, as it looks serious and heavy. A book that has been sitting on my nightstand is The List, 100 Ways to Shake Up Your Life by Gail Belsky. I dip into this one when I need a little kick in the pants.

I always love a good memoir so I started reading Allegra Huston's book, Love Child: A Memoir of Family Lost and Found. Allegra is director John Huston's daughter and actress Anjelica Huston's half sister. I expect this one to really grip me.

I always have some kind of non -fiction book that I'm reading and this time its Talent is Overrated. I'm especially interested in learning how successful people reach their goals so this book is a must-read for me. I'm learning that no one has super powers, its all about hard work and discipline, Going above and beyond hard work, immersing yourself in what you want to excel at and this practice usually begins at a very young age. Thank goodness I have a head start, I've been writing since I was about five. That means I'm ready for my huge success now, right? I better keep reading.

Someone who knows about dedication, hard work and success is Dana Torres and her book, Age is Just a Number is sitting next to me, waiting to be picked up and read. Jen Lancaster has so many memoirs that Amazon has a Jen Lancaster store now. I will not be able to refuse the lure of Pretty in Plaid: A Life, a Witch, and a Wardrobe, or, the Wonder Years Before the Condescending,Egomaniacal, Self-Centered Smart Ass Phase. I will never remember the entire title.

I'm not doing a whole lot of interviews any more but I couldn't resist asking Bethenny Frankel about her best selling book, Naturally Thin: Unleash Your SkinnyGirl and Free Yourself from a Lifetime of Dieting. That interview is coming soon! Happy Reading...there is nothing better than a good book! Except of course, makeup.

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Check it out, Boots!


Boots comes to us all the way from the United Kingdom. The company began in 1849 and has been growing steadily, introducing their line of products in the US just a few years ago. Known for great products at a reasonable cost, Boots offers many different items from lines such as Botanicals, No. 7, Expert and more.

I like the old fashioned look of the Body Wash and Bath Foam (above in the blue). The appeal for me is in the neat packaging and lettering. The smell of the Bergamot and Clary Sage Bath Foam is enough to send you running to start filling the tub for a hot, luxurious bath any time of the day.

Boots offers skin care from the Expert line, I particulary appreciate the Sensitive Gentle Smoothing Scrub and which is hypo-allergenic and fortified with aloe vera. No. 7 offers cosmetics, I tried the No. 7 Lip Glaze in Angel Cake, a shimmering tube of gloss that adds sparkle and moisture to the lips. Definitely a keeper.

My daughter took the shower gels for herself because they smell amazing. No shower is complete without using shower gel to soften skin and leave it smelling good, she's learned this at a young age. The Botanicals line contains plant extracts and was "created in consultation with the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, London." This line offers skincare, body care, hair and cosmetics, all containing plant based ingredients.

I am so excited to have the opportunity to test a variety of Boots products. I didn't realize there were so many branches of the Boots brand, giving everyone exactly what they need whether it be scented bath foam, natural skin care, or plant based body care. Boots is a brand you will want to pay special attention to next time you are in Target or CVS! Click here for much more information.

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Chesapeake Bay Candle Reed Diffuser


Recently my son asked, "Remember Jack's house? Didn't it smell bad?" Indeed, the house smelled horrible- the worst concoction of pets, bad cooking, and dirty carpet. I never want people leaving my house, holding their noses making comments. I have candles throughout my home and in the room that is most used, I have the Chesapeake Bay Candle Reed Diffuser in the scent of white musk.

The musk oil smells good enough to dab on your pulse points and wear as perfume. It's a combination of sheer jasmine,, violet, a bit of mandarin and green notes. Add a splash of warm exotic woods as a base and you have this scent. It's not overpowering, you can sit in the room and it smells really good but not over the top. It also looks pretty sitting on my shelf, with the etched glass looking like a little piece of art.

Chesapeake Bay Candle offers all kinds of fragrances to suit your moods and preferences. I love a clean, warm smell but I know other people who liked their houses to smell like a freshly baked apple pie. You can view all the many products, including candles, reed diffusers, fragrance balls and more, by clicking here. Since Mother's Day is right around the corner, I think this would make a perfect gift for Mom!

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Friday, April 24, 2009

Daily Dollfaces

Ashley Judd is so pretty, I love that she hasn't been hitting the botox needle. It doesn't look like she's been smoking from the juvaderm pipe either. Amazing! Could she be...aging gracefully?

Diane Kruger is gorgeous but she missed the mark with these puffy pantaloons.

Ali Larter's new movie got a real stinkbomb of a review. Too bad, it looked like it had potential.
Her hair is not working for me. She doesn't look like her usual stunning self. I think its the bangs.
I like the outfit but I'd change the red shoes to black ones. Its nearly impossible to match reds, except when you dye your prom shoes to match your dress. I read that Jennifer Lopez has a ton of wigs. Like Dolly Parton, you never see her real hair!
Look at those arms! No doubt Jessica Biel could take me down in a mud wrestling match.

I love Jennifer Aniston, I do. But I detest the title of her new movie, The Baster. The studio must come up with a better film title. If I put my mind to it, I think I could come up with something that sounds better. The Shish Kebob Skewer. See?
When asked how she lost the baby weight, Jennifer Garner replied, "I didn't, I just buy a bigger size!" Yes! A woman in Hollywood who is not starving herself!!

Halle Berry is cute in that spring dress but the uneven hem bothers me. I want to yank the side down so its all even.

Lady Gaga's heels are like ice cream cones. Her skirt is a giant cream puff.

Flawless makeup but I prefer Fergie with blonde hair.
She didn't ask my opinion but I'm giving it.

Chickdowntown Contest....

I've been looking for a long time for a beautiful flower ring. My favorite jewelry always has some kind of cool flair to it, like this ring! I want to keep it for myself but no, I can't do that. Instead this Caesars Designs ring is up for grabs for a lucky Hello Dollface reader, thanks to chickdowntown.com!

Be sure to head over to chickdowntown for all things fabulous including spring trends like those from MCQ clothing. Once you've perused chickdowntown, send me an email and tell me your favorite spring trend. Early next week, I will randomly select a winner.

If I had choose a spring item to own right this second, I'd pick this dress. It looks comfortable, flattering, and would match the silver sandals in my closet. I rarely wear shorts, preferring instead dresses and skirts!

Make sure you type RING in the subject line, include your full name and address, then send it to me at distressedbluejeans@gmail.com

AND CONGRATULATIONS TO Melissa who won the healthDropz/Wrinkle Arrest contest!

Thursday, April 23, 2009

Sephora by OPI, Metro Chic


I headed to Sephora with a single mission in mind- find a nail polish. I wanted something kind of dark, muddy looking. I'm very into gray nails this season along with tangerine colored shirts and dresses. Every season I find a few things I desire and this time its the dark gray nails and brightly colored tops.

I beelined it straight to the Sephora by OPI display. Lo and behold, to what do my wondering eyes should appear but a muddy-gray polish! The name is Metro Chic and it couldn't be a better match to what I wanted.

The second I got home, I painted my nails, I couldn't wait. I almost painted them in the car but didnt want to risk an accident on the freeway because I was doing my nails. When I arrived at school to pick up the kids, I was chatting with another mom- {sidenote: she's very young, tall and model-glamorous} and I couldn't help but notice her nails. I exclaimed, "Your nails!... Metro Chic?" Indeed it was.

Looks good on fingers and toes, since its OPI, a brand with a good reputation, I expect the color to last a few days before chipping off. I keep looking at my nails, still loving the color. You can find it online or at a Sephora near you!



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Read it, then watch it!

Simon Doonan is hilarious. Famous for being the eccentric window dresser at the world famous shopping hole, Barney New York, Simon has quite the life story. I read Nasty: My Family and Other Glamorous Varmints a while back and loved it. Funny, offbeat and a memoir, what could be better? I cannot believe I haven't read Beautiful People yet. Its on my book shelf, just waiting for me.



And now comes the tv show Beautiful People. I don't even know if I get LOGO network on my cable package. I'll have to look into that ASAP. I have high hopes for this show and expect it to be flashy, glam and side splittingly funny. Here is the official scoop on the show:





Told from Simon's perspective as a window dresser at the uber-glam Barneys New York fashion emporium, Simon takes us back to his unconventional childhood in Britain.13-year-old Simon is surrounded by dreams of hitting the big time and all the ‘beautiful people’ that go with it yet Simon can't open a fridge door without belting out a show tune. But such behavior will always fall flat on a family even more eccentric than Simon's latest attempts to be fabulous. Mum Debbie is a peroxide whirlwind of matriarchal warmth who has a passionate pride for husband Andy – a culture-savvy plumber/home-made winemaker. Simon's sister Ashlene is a wannabe hip hop queen, blind lodger Aunty Hayley has a guide-dog who is far from size zero, lobotomized grandma Narg has just lost God and replaced him with a foul mouth and best mate Kylie/Kyle aspires to be Reading's own Princess of Hearts.

“Beautiful People” struts a dazzling and sequined path through one boy's life and the realization that the beautiful people are always closer than we think. Watch the series on Logo and LOGOonline.com on Tuesday, May 26 2009 at 10:30 PM ET/PT.


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Anthony Logistics for Kai

When I got this email in my inbox this morning, I felt I must post it. Imagine this poor little boy and his dad, both diagnosed with cancer. Sometimes I feel like my life is in the dumps - then I read this and am overwhelmed with gratitude that my family is healthy because really, that's all that matters !
"To commemorate the birth of his twin sons, Anthony Sosnick, founder of Anthony Logistics for Men, created a two-in-one product designed for the next generation of grooming-savvy men, a gentle cleanser for both hair and body with a formula does not sting the eyes. And now, the sale of this product can help make a significant difference in the life of one special child. From now through the end of May, 100% of profits through the sale of the Anthony For Little Men Foaming Hair and Body Wash will be donated to the Hope for Kai fund.

Kai, not even 5 years old, was diagnosed with a rare form of Leukemia and is in desperate need of a bone marrow transplant. At the same time, his father was also diagnosed with a rare type of Lymphoma. The medical costs for Kai’s treatment are enormous and more than his family can manage. ALFM supports Kai Anderson in his journey to find a donor and receive necessary treatment to fight the disease."


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Wednesday, April 22, 2009

New from Bobbi Brown, the Nautical Collection

Bobbi Brown created a new collection that is ripe, juicy and bursting with beautiful colors! These products are from her Nautical Collection which go on sale in May. Check out the video below!





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Double Giveaway Reader Contest!


A day doesn't go by when I'm not squirting healthDropz into my water! And now Im giving YOU, dear reader, a chance to win them! healthDropz Energy is not a caffeine laden formula. Instead, the secret in these drops is small amounts of caffeine, the amino acid taurine and lots of B vitamins, especially B12. B vitamins are used by our bodies to create glucose into energy.



Wrinkle Arrest is a new moisturizing day cream with SPF 18 and broad spectrum sun protection. Wrinkle Arrest contains the groundbreaking AminoGenesis DermaScyne formula which helps reduce the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, discoloration and other signs of aging. These precursors help support proteins like collagen and elastin as well as many other key proteins found in the skin.

If you want to win the healthDropz AND AminoGenesis DermaScyne Wrinkle Arrest, please send me an email WITH YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS to:
distressedbluejeans@gmail.com with the subject line: CONTEST.
I will choose a random winner by Friday! Good luck!

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Celebrate Earth Day with Tonic tee's!




I love these eco-friendly tees from Tonic by Donna Karan and Urban Zen.
Celebs like Ivanka Trump and Petra Nemcova love the new collection and previous Tonic collections have garnered many celebrity fans including America Ferrara, Scarlett Johansson, Catherine Zeta Jones, Rachel Bilson. What impresses me is that the tees are made up of organic cotton and bamboo! I'd like to know how you can squeeze a tee shirt from bamboo?
Here is the official 411-

*20% of every purchase will benefit both The Urban Zen Foundation and The Tonic Foundation to benefit global causes (10% will be donated to each organization)

*Each tee was designed to that make a statement and support a cause. The 4 tees and their causes are: Well Being (healthcare), Save Our Planet (environment), Preserving Cultures (unique culture education) and Future for Our Children (empowerment for our children).
*The tees retail for $65 and are available exclusively on Tonic’s website,
www.tonic.com
(where you can read about only good news, get tips on how to get more involved, and shop for other great pay-it-forward and/or organic products.
On this earth day, go buy yourself a very eco friendly shirt. Its the least you can do. Besides recycling, conserving energy and water, driving a Hybrid car, using solar panels and being kind to the earth by not littering and always of course, always being kind to others.

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Tuesday, April 21, 2009

A Rose Romance

A Rose Romance will be available until June. So hurry up!


When I saw this collection, all I could think of was English country gardens, floaty summer dresses and spring days. The colors in A Rose Romance herald in the warmer days and lighter makeup. Soft lips and pink cheeks.

I tested the Lipglass in the shade of Virgin Kiss, a pale pink with pearly essence. I love this one because I'm addicted to light pink shades and can't get enough of pastel pink with high shine. MAC Lipglass is a favorite of everyone I know. This shade is bound to sell out so get to the MAC counter to get yours, stat!


See Thru Lip Color is a gel lip stain and it looks as though you've just eaten a Popsicle after you apply it. Lasting a long time, I think its best worn with a light shade of Lipglass over it. This product comes in three colors:
Secret Crush - Sheer red berry
Tender Tryst - Sheer pearly plum
Loving Touch - Sheer pearly light pink



Gel Blush -I love this sheer gel cheek blush! The texture is gel and feels almost like Jello. I'm a big fan of this one especially for the hot temperatures when my makeup slowly begins to drip and leak down my face. The gel sinks into your skin and lasts for hours and hours. I dab a bit on my lips and apply gloss on top. The color, Just a Pinch, is a flattering red pink tint.

And the last product I tested is the Beauty Powder called Summer Rose. Coincidentally, I know of a girl who named her daughter Summer Rose. But I digress. The beauty powder has a rose embossed right in it. The shade is a pinky-violet, its not overly pigmented but gives a nice subtle glow to the skin.

For all products in this collection, please jump on over to the MAC site. Also check out the MAC Collection Looks where you can see a variety of faces made up with MAC products. These faces are great for ideas in how to implement the colors in the collection.

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Monday, April 20, 2009

Daily Dollfaces

Rupert Everett must be in the Witness Protection Program. Why else would he so drastically change his face?


Nicole Kidman wears what I consider to be my winter uniform- jeans, ball cap, Converse sneakers and a scarf.

I love Jon & Kate Plus 8 but I hate Kate's hair! It reminds me of a coif from an alternative band in the 1980's. Thompson Twins? The Cure? Its cute in the front then turns into porcupine quills in the back. Please, please get a new 'do!


Sunglasses indoors? Who does Zac Efron think he is, Jack Nicholson? Zac you haven't and may never reach that level of cool.

We can blame Heidi Klum's outfit on the fact she's pregnant and not thinking clearly. She's dressed more like a tween boy than a sexy supermodel.

Drew Barrymore looks very old school in this get-up. I think its a little too old, old school.


Dita Von Teese isn't in heels and dangling from a champagne glass? *gasp* Even on an off day she's still in character. Wait- I don't think she's ever NOT in character. I dig the tropical romper on the chick in the back! (not really)


I admit it- I'm going to read Tori Spelling's new book. I think I know how all these celebs "write" books. They dictate fragments of what they want to say to a writer who then copies everything down, adds in some metaphors and big words. I doubt Tori is sitting in her office, slaving away over a keyboard, thesaurus in hand.

I loooove watching The Millionaire Matchmaker. Patti is such a no-nonsense kind of woman, she's an expert in human behavior, especially where men are concerned. If I were single, I'd definitely buy her new book.

I asked my ten year old son if I should show up to school wearing Pamela Anderson's outfit (above) and he was mortified. I think his exact words were, "Hell, no!"

Screw your head back on, Lisa! I cannot believe Lisa Rinna posed nude for Playboy magazine. Although we are in a recession and maybe she needed the money. Lisa does have an amazing body, especially considering she's forty-something years old!

Kim Basinger used to be soooooo beautiful. Her skin is stretched a bit tight now. You could bounce quarters of those cheekbones.

I consider Keeping up with the Kardashians a guilty pleasure. Kim is gorgeous, she has a face like a doll. Or Jasmine from Aladdin!

Jennie Garth needs a little hair serum on the ends of that hair! Or a good haircut.


Another Drew Barrymore post. I missed Grey Gardens because I don't have HBO (I know, its sad) but I'm guessing that her look here is the same as her character in the movie? That netting is great for keeping the mosquitoes away.