Renee Zellweger In Harper’s Bazaar

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Renee Zellweger is featured in Harper’s Bazaar this month and she poses glamorously for the cameras covered in fringes and dolled up with dark lipstick and a sultry attitude. As always, Photoshop is a ‘mandatory ingredient’.

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Anne Hathaway Does Vogue and Brings the Quote of the Day

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Anne Hathaway is Vogue’s covergirl this month and she wows us with her big smile and elegance. Here’s a little quote from Anne:

On aging in Hollywood: “I’m entering a new phase of my career where the stories are becoming a lot more specific about where the character is in her life,” Hathaway says. “People don’t always want to tell stories about women in their 30s and 40s and 50s. Obviously, some of those ages are pretty far off for me, but I know it’s coming. What I’ve observed and what I’ve imagined-and definitely what I’m hoping-happens as you get older is that there’s a mellowing, an acceptance that comes with time,” she says. “I guess that I’ll find out.”

… says Anne in Vogue.

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Lauren Conrad Is Elongated in Women’s Health

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Lauren Conrad is in Women’s Health Magazine this month and the thing that strikes me most about these pictures is that they have all been VERY elongated (the cover picture is the only one which kept its initial length):  notice how in the top comparison, the Lauren on the right (the magazine one) is a few inches taller (well, longer, check out her feet) than the Lauren on the left (real one), even though their shoulders are alligned and the heads have the same size.

Once again, dear photoshoppers: your work was completely unnecessary.

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Julianne Moore’s Spread and Thoughts in Allure Magazine

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49 year-old actress Julianne Moore is featured in Allure Magazine, where she rocks leotards and minidresses (and is unnecessarily potoshopped), while talking about why plastic surgery looks ‘off’, having pale skin and freckles and getting older.

On having to stay out of the sun: “I have what I call ‘my outfit’, I wear a long-sleeved rash guard and a pair of board shorts. It’s not so sexy, but I keep myself covered. My husband hates it. But if you ever see me at a water park, that’s what I’ll be wearing.”

On getting older: “I’m always shocked by people who talk about not being middle-aged, I’m like, ‘How old do you think you’re going to live? Let’s double your age and see where you get.’ People are always like, ‘Thirty-five is not middle-aged.’ I’m like, ‘Double it.’”

On finding herself modeling at age 50: “I like to call myself the hundred-year-old model.”

On plastic surgery:
“I hate to condemn people for doing it, but I don’t believe it makes people look better. I think it just makes them look like they had something done to their face, and I don’t think we instinctively find that appealing. We think we do, but then when you look at somebody who’s had their face altered in some way, it just looks weird. We recognize emotionally that that’s not what we look like, that there’s something off. You don’t want to take away what makes a face look human.”

On dyeing her famous ginger hair: She does admit to touching up her signature red hair with a vegetable-based rinse every four weeks, if only because her gray streak has taken on an unusual hue. “Redheads don’t go gray – they go sort of peach, unfortunately,” she explains. “You don’t turn that nice silvery color.”

On her freckles: Seeing herself on billboards and magazine covers is still a surprise to Moore, not just because of her age, but because she grew up being teased about her unusual looks. A children’s book, Freckleface Strawberry (Bloomsbury USA), that she wrote based on that experience was recently turned into a musical. “I don’t love my freckles-I’d really rather not have them, but there’s nothing I can do about them,” says the actress, “I think we learn as adults that there are other things that are more important.”

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