She's here! She's here!
What a special moment for these parents!
Coco shared a pic of the new beautiful baby girl (below):
[Image via WENN.]
Halloween is coming up FAST!
If you don't have a costume idea yet, we're here to help!
There were a ton of perfect pop culture moments this year that provided lots of inspiration, and we found some very talented YouTube makeup artists to help you be super relevant on this All Hallows' Eve.
See 'em all (below)!
1) Taylor Swift as Catastrophe in Bad Blood
Taylor Swift's Bad Blood was a MAJOR music video moment this year, and if you want to be a badass, latex-wearing avenger like Catastrophe while having the most flawless makeup EVER, NikkieTutorials will show you the way!
Watch the step-by-step tutorial (below)!
If your appetite for Taylor Swift is insatiable, you're in luck!
And it's obviously awesome, especially if you like beautiful women hanging out in very little clothes by the ocean.
Which you probably do. Who doesn't?!
Also, make sure you check the spread pics from the issue in the gallery (above)!
But first watch the sensual clip (below)!
Don't worry, Demi! This happens more often than you think.
Miz Lovato was spotted with one of the more common makeup malfunctions while out in New York City on Wednesday night.
It's that damn HD setting powder!
Not only was it applied over her concealer, but also on her T-zone.
We have a feeling DemDem's makeup artist is going to get a stern talking to after this! But girl, don't feel bad, it happens!
[Image via Buzz Foto.]
Well, you were wrong, as they most certainly have this fringed, glittery bodysuit in common.
And also pretty hot legs!
Swifty wore her shimmering number on stage during a 1989 tour stop on October 2, and Kylizzle rocked her LaBourjoisie piece for one of two Elle Canada covers (BTW, you can vote on which cover you like best HERE!).
But first tell us…
Who Wore It Better???
Total Votes: 11,002
The 2016 Met Gala details are in!
The theme of the night — taking place on May 2 — is Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology. It will focus on the juxtaposition between "handmade haute couture and machine-made fashion."
As described by Andrew Bolton, curator of the Met's Costume Institute:
"Traditionally, the distinction between the haute couture and prêt-à-porter was based on the handmade and the machine-made. But recently this distinction has become increasingly blurred as both disciplines have embraced the practices and techniques of the other."
Inneresting! We can't wait to see what outfits celebs *cough* Kanye West *cough* come up with!
The exhibit, which is sponsored by Apple, will display more than 100 ready-to-wear pieces of couture, as well as numerous "in process" workshops, one featuring a 3-D printer for attendees to take for a spin.
Sounds like a night to remember!