Keira Knightley Talks Brsuty and Hair


On British versus American beauty-maintenance:

“I think we Brits are very low-maintenance. For good or bad, you rarely walk around New York or LA and see women as grungy as you do in London. In the US they always have their hair and nails done, which isn’t big culturally in England. I am not a sleek person in any way. When I look sleek, I feel like I’m pretending.”

On her makeup style as a teenager:

“I wore smudgy black eyeliner. And I didn’t do anything with my skin until I started getting acne, at which point I did everything possible to get rid of it. I tried a million products, but none of them worked. I had bad skin up until I was 25. I later learned that it was more about diet and hormonal changes.”

On how her routine has changed now that she’s had a baby:

“I have naturally crazy, curly hair, and since I’ve had the baby it’s become 10 times thicker. So now I’ve been finding quite a lot of dreadlocks. Tangle Teezer, £10.60, is the only thing that works for detangling my dreadlocks….My new approach is, “Do what you can remember, and don’t worry about it too much.”’

On hair loss:

“I have dyed my hair virtually every colour imaginable for different films. It got so bad that my hair literally began to fall out of my head! So for the past five years I’ve used wigs, which is the greatest thing that’s ever happened to my hair.”

On her best beauty advice:

“I was told very early on that if a make-up artist tries to take your eyebrows off, that means he or she is absolute s***.”

… says Keira.


See more!

Continue reading “Keira Knightley Talks Brsuty and Hair” »

Jessica Alba Offers Style Tips


On her favorite type of clothing:

A midi skirt is my jam. Floor-length is a bit too dressy for daytime, and I am not running around in a mini. It doesn’t feel very professional. Midi skirts are youthful and fun, and they make me feel comfortable.

On preparing her outfits ahead:

I usually pick out my outfits the night before and I pick out my kids’ clothes the night before and it just helps me get prepared for the day. If I am in a rush, which I usually am, I can just throw on my clothes and get out the door. It’s nice to lay it out the night before because it just makes getting out the door that much easier. But if you feel insecure at all in what you’re wearing, put on something else.

On the item she would never wear:

I don’t do booty shorts. It’s not my jam. I’m not a cutoffs with the booty hanging person. I tried it once when I was 11, and my grandmother backflipped. She was like, ‘What are you doing?!’ So you will never see my buttcheeks in shorts. But in a professional setting, you can wear shorts and a blazer and wedges and a silk blouse and it can probably be appropriate. It depends how you pair it all together.

On dressing for women:

I probably dress more for myself and other women than I do for men. I never dress for that type of attention. Even if I am going for date night or girls night out, I’m like ‘Oh, I hope my girlfriends really like these shoes!’ I never think about a dude. But I think you just have to wear stuff that makes you feel good. It’s more about your confidence. You can wear a T-shirt and jeans and Birkenstocks or you can wear a bodycon dress and a pump or you could wear a wide-leg trouser and a crop top. You can wear anything if you’re confident.

… says Jessica.

See more of her recent looks next!


Continue reading “Jessica Alba Offers Style Tips” »

Sara Sampaio Does The Edit


On working out:

I don’t work out every day, I don’t think anyone should because your body needs rest. I usually exercise 2-3 times a week. Sometimes I’ll go to a class with the other Victoria’s Secret models, but most of the time I like to hang out by myself.

On being criticized for how she looks:

Dealing with negative comments is part of this job and I’ve had to develop a thick skin, though some days it’s easier than others. You try not listen to the trolls online, but we’re not robots. Sometimes the comments really hurt us. I just try to love my body, to embrace who I am and really be the best version of myself. You have to know how much you’re worth.

On nudity:

I’m pretty comfortable stripping down to my underwear, as long as there’s respect around me. Doing nude shots is all about the connection you have with the photographer, nothing else. Some photographers make me feel super easy and I trust them, but there are some I don’t even want to take my clothes off in front of.

… says 25 year-old VS model Sara.

See more!

Continue reading “Sara Sampaio Does The Edit” »