Shirley Freitag has her eye on a coat for next fall: a Norma Kamali sleeping bag model in a searing shade of red. “It’s the one that that fashion guy Talley is always wearing,” she said, referring to André Leon Talley, the high-visibility style world fixture.
Ms. Freitag had stopped last week at the offices of Inspir, an upscale Upper East Side senior residence she hopes to move into once construction is finished later this year. Trim in a bottle green St. John jacket, skinny pants and sparkly black sneakers, she lowered herself elastically into a leather banquette, and got candid.Read More
My mum was a singer, and at five o’clock every Friday night when she had a gig, she would start putting on her red lipstick, eyeliner, mascara, and bronzer. Makeup was her way of turning up and getting ready. I remember watching her put on red lipstick, and it always being on the top of her microphone — sometimes it would even smell like lipstick after a show.
I wanted to be a singer, too, so I went to drama school, but eventually dropped out. I was never an academic to begin with and always felt left behind in class. I used to get bullied, and I would come home and get upset with my mom about it. She took me out of school and homeschooled me for a bit. I didn’t end up finishing anything — not even drama school — but it hasn’t held me back in any way, shape, or form.Read More
When you make the decision to go gray, there is not a one-size-fits-all approach to how to do it. The process can vary dramatically depending upon the length of hair, texture and color. Curly hair helps blend the line of demarcation better than straight hair. The shorter the hair, the faster the transition.
“Your hair history and the health of your hair will determine the exit strategy or escape root, as I like to call it,” says Lorraine Massey, author of Silver Hair: A Handbook (Say Goodbye to the Dye and Let Your Natural Light Shine). “Everyone is truly unique.”Read More
Brazilian Rosalia Pereira had two reasons to celebrate Thursday: her miraculously rekindled true love 40 years to the day after their first date and being crowned Sao Paulo's senior beauty queen.
"Today is even more special because of this," the 62-year-old said after winning the beauty contest, which aims to give the elderly a bit of fun just before Brazilian Mother's Day on Sunday.
"To participate, to have the courage to participate, is proof that the elderly today are active and this is very good, because it boosts everyone's confidence," Pereira told AFP.Read More
Sunshine and You: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
Remember the days of tanning with baby oil? Hopefully, we all know better now, but the issue of sun exposure is still a bit controversial. On the one hand, we are told to avoid it at all costs because of skin damage and cancer risks. On the other, we hear that we really need it for Vitamin D.
So what’s the truth here, and what are the optimal choices we can make when it comes to the sun? Here is a quick guide to the most important things you need to know about what’s both good and bad about sun exposure, as well as how to avoid its beauty-robbing effects.Read More
This timeless silver beauty, Isabella Rosellini is the face of Lancome once again #hipsilverbeauty #lancome #iconicwoman #hipsilver #silvergeneration #lifestylebrandRead More
This wonder team across the pond, in the UK, are part of our family. What luck. What grace. What fun.
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Simone Weil said (something like): Beauty seduces[uses] the flesh … to gain access to the soul. Bottom line, I feel our bodies and our faces tell our story. And beauty changes over time, it never disappears.
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