The Best of POPSUGARTV This Week

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This week on POPSUGARTV, we went over a few hot, new trends for the New Year and geared up for the return of our favorite juicy show. That's right, Pretty Little Liars is back, so we seized the opportunity to talk about all the characters on the show who could possibly be "A." Also, if you really want to bring your "A" game (in another sense) this year, we invented a cool way to personalize your own slogan t-shirt, and showed you how to get in on the latest hairstyle fad. It's all in the best of POPSUGARTV this week!

Pretty Little Liars — the Secret Is in the Cake

Pretty Little Liars recently returned for a fourth season. The show's villain, "A," always signs letters and text messages with "— A," which inspired us to create a sweet confection with a scary surprise inside. To create this cake at home, you'll need the following recipes: red velvet cake, white cake, and buttercream frosting.

The Best Downton Abbey Spoofs Ever!

People often say that imitation is the ultimate form of flattery. If that's true, then the team at Downton Abbey must be feeling really good about themselves, because they have become a pop culture phenomenon, and everyone tries to imitate the show. Take a look at some of our favorite Downton parodies from Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, The Simpsons, and more.

10 Ways to Wear a Midi Skirt!

We asked 10 women to style one black, pleated midi skirt. The result? Ten truly unique takes on the calf-length skirt that are sure to provide you with loads of outfit inspiration. From prepped up to pops of red to a leather look fit for the downtown girl, there's something for every fashion plate. The only question now is –– how do you midi?

Put a Twist on the Classic Milkmaid Braid

Milkmaid braids are making a comeback, and we were recently inspired by Nicole Richie's twisted crown. So why not combine the two? Give regular milkmaid braids a twist with this supersimple DIY hairstyle.

On Kirbie: Sandro and Banana Republic tops

Forget Leslie Knope — Why Amy Poehler Should Run For Office

You love her as the hysterical Leslie Knope on Parks and Recreation, so why wouldn't you love Amy Poehler if she was your mayor, senator, or — dare we say — president? We're gearing up for the next big election and giving you all the reasons we think Amy should run for elected office.

DIY: Make a Slogan T-Shirt!

We've seen expression and slogan tees popping up all over the street-style set, and they're really easy to make at home. Watch this simple DIY and start thinking of a fun phrase to put on your own shirt.

On Allison: Rails top

Three Beauty Hacks For Your Next Girls Night Out

The best way to get out of your Winter rut? A girls night out! And while it's fun to pull out all the stops for a lady soiree, some things are better left at home — like a shiny forehead, feathered lipstick, and faux lashes that start to overtake your entire eyelid. There are hacks for each of these issues, so you never have to worry about your makeup dictating how long you stay out again.

On Kirbie: BB Dakota dress

Can Apple Cider Vinegar Curb Cravings?

Apple cider vinegar seems to be touted as helping just about everything these days — weight loss included. But is a tart, acidic shot before meals worth the trouble, and will it really help whittle away those pounds? In our latest installment of Fit or Fiction, we look at the latest trend that seems to have all of Hollywood chugging away.

Curtis Stone's "Up in Flames" Bananas Flambé

Chef Curtis Stone knows how to heat up a kitchen with his take on bananas Foster. The face of Netflix's "steaming while streaming" kitchen campaign, Curtis has devised recipes that correspond to shows available to stream on Netflix. "The wildly dysfunctional Bluth family on Arrested Development always seems a little bananas, drunken, spicy, or up in flames, and since they've brought me so many hilarious moments, I created this recipe in their honor! And what could be more perfect than a flamed banana dessert?" he reasons.

Who Is "A"? A Pretty Little Liars History in Two Minutes

Whether you're a longtime fan or just recently discovered the hit show Pretty Little Liars, at one point, you probably got a little confused about the show's villain, "A." Well, don't you worry, because we have you covered. We're going to tell you everything you need to know about this mysterious character in two minutes flat.

Wear Whatever You Want, Without Risking a Slip!

Ever wonder how celebrities wear the lowest of necklines without any slips? Well, we've got all the tricks of the trade! This week's Style Survival will keep you free from any unwanted faux pas, and you can shop the secrets below.

On Allison: A Fine Line tee, Zara skirt, Massimo Dutti watch

Stop! You're Removing Your Eye Makeup All Wrong

If you wake up in the morning and still have rims under your eyes (after scrubbing your face the night before) or find that your eyelashes fall out every time you take off stubborn mascara, then you're probably removing your eye makeup wrong. Since the skin around that area is so delicate and prone to wrinkles, it's important to master an artful takeoff routine now. Quick tip: don't spend your money on eye makeup remover! See some alternatives to removing even the most stubborn waterproof mascara, and learn the right techniques to remove makeup without creating fine lines.

On Kirbie: Junk Food top

For Kristi Yamaguchi, Ice Skating Is a Family Event

Kristi Yamaguchi captured the nation's attention back in 1992, when she figure skated her way to a gold medal at the Albertville, France, Olympics. She'll return to the games this year — though not as a competitor — when they begin in Sochi, Russia, next month. Kristi, who's helping launch the short film Pick Them Back Up as part of the P&G “Thank You Mom” campaign, visited our NYC studio to speak about her family's influence on her career and how the love of skating is being passed down to her own two daughters.

On Allie: A.L.C. top, Frame jeans