Interview: Kate Hudson says ‘beauty is a frame of mind’
Twitter Lizzie McGuire wore some quirky getups, sure, but Hilary Duff was fashion royalty long before her days as a Disney princess. Actually, the 26-year-old singer-actress was a bona fide child beauty queen! In honor of throwback Thursday, the Duffster tweeted an epic glamour shot from her early modeling days, readily admitting, “there are so many things wrong with this.” Ha. Well, in the adorably done-up shot, young Hilary is all made upToddlers & Tiaras style!wearing a gigantic, pink feather boa and large clip-on pearl earrings. Her blond hair is perfectly poufy and curledand certainly appears to be her own, not a weave! She also flashes a sweet smile in the pic, showing what appear to be her actual baby teethnot a flipper.
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Drink Your Way To Younger-Looking Skin With… Beauty Shots?
But now we’re rethinking everything: Skincare brands are trying to convince us that we can drink ourselves younger. In the video above, PopSugar beauty reporter Kirbie Johnson and entertainment reporter Matthew Rodrigues take drinkable beauty product shots that claim to give you younger-looking skin. LAC Taut Collagen Shots and Fountain The Beauty Molecule are blended on the premise that gulping down these anti-aging treatments will get them into the blood stream quicker, as opposed to applying them topically. These potent beauty drinks don’t run cheap ($96 and $40, respectively), as they contain collagen (the protein that breaks down as we age and leads to wrinkles) and an ingestible form of hyaluronic acid (a common ingredient found in serums that helps to rejuvenate skin). Would you drink up for better-looking skin? Watch the video above to find out more about these beauty shots.
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Thatas when the symmetrical face does not become a sign of beauty. Thatas when somebodyas energy becomes what is magnetic about them. Q: How did growing up the child of a movie star influence your perception of beauty? A: I think when you grow up in it you realize that itas a bunch of smoke and mirrors. I was raised by two solid parents, so for me it was really more about personality and kindness that made me see beautiful people and see the kinds of people they were. Q: When you grow up in it you can see the most beautiful people in the world are talented but not necessarily the kindest.
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