Celebrity beauty lines are definitely trending, with household names such as Rihanna, Kim Kardashian and Madonna all deftly turning their hand to cosmetics ventures of late.
Selena Gomez was seen rocking a classic chin-length bob in a hair transformation that is perfect for spring — and she looks amazing!
This week, Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore profiles DJ Sonia Chew, who hosts the radio show ‘The Shock Circuit’ on weekdays from 4 to 8pm on 987FM. Get to know her beauty secrets and find out how you can improve your daily skincare and make-up regime. 1. How did you start your career as a DJ?
The 22-year-old model appeared on Thursday’s episode of ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show.’
Japan-based JILL STUART Beauty is launching in Singapore on 29 March at SEPHORA ION Orchard. Founded in Japan in 2005, the brand is best known for their embellished silver packaging and blushes which were inspired by the make-up styles of Japanese women. Their philosophy is “all for girls to be ‘kawaii’ (cute)”, and fans of the brand are known as 'Jill Girls'. Featured in their products are ingredients such as lavender oil, rosehip oil, wild rose and rosemary extracts. The full range of items that will be sold in Singapore include best-sellers such as the Mix Blush Compact, the Lip Blossom lipstick, the Ribbon Couture Eyes eyeshadow quads, and its latest product, the Loose Blush. From New York-based fashion designer Jill Stuart and the KOSE Corporation, the brand's products are also sold in China, Hong Kong, Korea, Taiwan and Thailand. Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
The star is rumored to have a makeup venture in the works, following a social flurry of social media activity initiated by her makeup artist Scott Barnes.
Each week, Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore profiles a blogger based in Singapore. Get to know their beauty secrets and find out how you can improve your daily skincare and make-up regime. This week, we feature Winter Chee, who runs the blog winterchee.com.
Disney On Ice performers Laura Stern (left) and Kirstie Nelson portray Snow White and Cinderella respectively. This week, Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore profiles Disney On Ice performers Laura Stern and Kirstie Nelson, who currently portray Snow White and Cinderella respectively on the popular skating show. Kirstie Nelson: I started skating because my parents wanted me to learn basic skating skills and then I fell in love with it and couldn’t stop!