By Elayne Fluker | 08/27/2010 - 15:00
The approach of fall usually means a seasonal makeover. But when it comes to changing hair color, most of us opt for deeper, darker shades.
Not Nicole Richie. The fashion darling decided to go back to a lighter hair color we haven't seen on her in a while. Her new look also included a drastic change in hair length--going from long locks that flowed past her shoulders to a wavy bob that's just past the chin.
So tell us...
By Kate Sandoval | 08/23/2010 - 15:00
From a glamorous party (like the pre-Oscar soiree Elsa Pataky attended) to an early-morning jog (like the one Jessica Alba did for Revlon’s Run/Walk for Women), Latina stars have been sporting braids to all kinds of summer events. Want to know how to recreate each look? Just follow these simple steps!
By Kate Sandoval | 07/24/2010 - 13:00
Considering bangs? Before you make the cut, you’ll want to see the way these Latina celebs are rocking the style. Each one cut bangs that flatter her distinct face shape—and looks beautiful for it! Check out the pics, find the face shape most like yours, then go for that style.
By Lee Hernandez | 07/22/2010 - 14:17
Nicole Richie is returning this fall to kick some serious arse on NBC's hit series, Chuck. Richie, 28, will reprise her role as Heather Chandler—an old high school nemesis of Sarah’s (Yvonne Strahovski) in an October episode.
Richie's character, Heather was originally introduced on the show two years ago when she guest starred as a butt-kicking villain and all-around badass. Back then, Richie described her character as “kind of that b----y mean girl.”
By Mariela Rosario | 06/28/2010 - 17:00
Did you know that Nicole Richie was a NY Times Bestselling author? Yeah, neither did we. But when she announced the release date of her second novel, Priceless, on her blog this weekend, we did a little digging and found out that her freshman effort, The Truth About Diamonds, was quite the success. Diamonds was dubbed, "A Gem of a book" by the Chicago Tribune, and yes, the novel even spent some time on the NY Times Bestseller list back in 2005.