CoverGirl’s Limited Edition ‘Star Wars’ Collection Is Adorably Galactic

Ooooo! Yesterday, CoverGirl, in a collaboration with legendary cosmetics company Max Factor and Disney, announced that in September, they will be releasing a limited edition makeup set of Star Wars inspired makeup! The collection is definite marketing for the upcoming Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens, the latest film in George Lucas’ cult franchise. The film will open in U.S. theaters December 18, 2015 (Lupita … Continue reading CoverGirl’s Limited Edition ‘Star Wars’ Collection Is Adorably Galactic

Was It Appropriate Of Seventeen Magazine To Talk About Plastic Surgery?

Is Seventeen a magazine still targeted towards female readers who are nineteen and under? When I read the news briefs of Iggy Azalea discussing the “emotional journey” of her plastic surgeries in her Seventeen cover story, (she confirmed her breasts and nose being tweaked), I couldn’t help but wonder, if it was appropriate of a publication for young girls to be talking about this kind of subject so flagrantly? I get … Continue reading Was It Appropriate Of Seventeen Magazine To Talk About Plastic Surgery?

A More Honest Clarification Of Kelly Osbourne’s “Latino” Comments

Earlier this past February, I completely blew up (editorially) at Sean Penn’s lame gaffe at this year’s Academy Awards. Right before he announced the Best Picture winner to his comrade Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, he said: “Who gave this son of a bitch a green card!” and I was fuming. It was in poor taste and so not the kind of “inside joke” you say on … Continue reading A More Honest Clarification Of Kelly Osbourne’s “Latino” Comments