Instead of a traditional clip-in hair fall, Kristen is wearing track extensions — just a simple length of hair. Abergel wrapped the track around her own natural ponytail so that her shorter hair wasn't visible, and then pinned the track to the base of her ponytail. He covered the track completely by wrapping a piece of Kristen's hair from underneath around the track and then pinning it. To keep it all in place, he added Fekkai Coiff Sheer Hold hairspray. So whether your hair is all yours, or you're using extensions like Kristen, that's the secret to a neat, perfect ponytail.
Jessica's loose, full waves are easy to achieve. First, spritz on a heat protecting spray, and then add a volumizing mousse to damp hair. Then, simply blow-dry the hair with a large round brush for movement and lift. When finished, spray with a flexible hold spray for stiff-free results.
To re-create this colorfully smoky eye, use Smoky ShadowBlast in Citrus Flair ($8) on the lids. Next, add definition with Exact Eyelights Eye Shadow ($8) palette for brown eyes. Stern then lined Rashida's eyes with the new LiquiLine Blast in Violet Voltage and then applied LiquiLine Blast in Green Glow in the inner corners for an extra glow. Finish it all off with a sweep of Outlast Lipstain in Flirty Nude ($8) on the lips, followed by ShineBlast Lip Gloss in Smoulder ($8.50) for shine.
When Sandra Bullock got on stage last night at the MTV Movie Awards, a plan to kiss Scarlett Johansson conceived as an overt way of telling the public to find a new narrative, it wasn't shocking or scandalous. But is that because a decade of straight women kissing has normalized it or desensitized us?
Not to take the fun out of a kiss, but straight women kissing is not helping anyone. Except, maybe, straight men — the kiss's audience. At first it seems progressive: I'm so open-minded, I'll kiss a girl. Yet women aren't doing it because it's no big deal; they're doing it because it's shocking. Or it was.
There was lots of sparkly and short fashion on the red carpet at the MTV Movie Awards, but the most shocking ensembles were reserved for the stage. A handful of celebrities went over-the-top for the performances, whether they were showing lots of skin or staying covered in something crazy. We've narrowed things down to six of the most out-there looks, so tell us — which was your favorite outrageous performance costume at the MTV Movie Awards?