With wavy dark locks streaming down to the small of her back, black eyeliner rimming her eyes and gold eyeshadow becoming the backdrop to miles of eyelashes that flutter, Lauren Moore is the epitome of perfectly put together 20-year-old. Upon learning that she is a makeup consultant one might shake their head in a way that says “of course.” Assumptions of her knowledge only spanning that of mascara and lipstick cause onlookers eyes to roll, but that’s just what they are, assumptions.
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In a few weeks, people will be lining up at theaters to see Jennifer Lawrence become Katniss once again in the final film in "The Hunger Games" series. People are anxious to see if The Capitol gets overthrown, and if Peeta is healed from his tracker jacker-induced hatred of Katniss.
From her infamous array of pantsuits in every color of the rainbow to her top-notch scrunchie game, Hillary Clinton has been under scrutiny for her fashion choices for over two decades. Now, a group of women has taken it upon themselves to put Clinton herself on a scrunchie.
Summer vacation is a time of rejuvenation and recharge after a tedious semester of tasks. Although much of our time will be spent on activities and adventures (or more realistically, hours of Netflix), the summer is a great time to catch up on some reading.
After a semester full of classic movies, it has been a pleasure to dive into another era each week. From Gene Kelly to Judy Garland to Audrey Hepburn, the classic beauty and raw talent shone through in each of these timeless pictures.
Gov. Doug Ducey vetoed a bill that would have potentially restricted the ability of same-sex couples to adopt. Through this action, Ducey made “free adoption services available at Arizona’s county attorney offices,” according to the Arizona Republic.
As trips to the lake are planned and drinks are poured, the same few songs of the summer play in the background of our yearly warm-weathered escapades. In 2010, Katy Perry’s “California Gurls” was played until we were dizzy, brainwashed into thinking “nothing comes close to the golden coast.”
After recently viewing numerous classic pictures, I have yet to find one that I adored as much as “Singin’ In The Rain,” mainly because of the expertise of Gene Kelly. On account of this admiration, I was curious to see Kelly’s start in acting, and as expected, he did not disappoint.
After almost 40 years in the music industry, Reba McEntire released her 27th studio album, “Love Somebody,” this Tuesday.
The media’s version of beautiful is being thrust into our faces on a daily basis, leading women to question themselves and their physical attributes. Thankfully, there are quite a few companies and organizations dedicated to creating empowered, intelligent women.
Leonardo DiCaprio ran from Tom Hanks in the memorable modern-day picture, “Catch Me If You Can." This week, it only seemed right to embrace a film from 1955 that follows a similar storyline.
Middle-aged moms and teenage girls alike are flocking to the theaters this weekend as another hyped up Nicholas Sparks movie takes to the screen.
When most hear Judy Garland, they envision a girl in a blue dress with a dog at her side and a wicked witch after her. Dorothy is her role of recognition, but after seeing the classic 1954 film, “A Star Is Born,” I realized Dorothy is nowhere near her best role.
Last night, Fox welcomed a new show to its Tuesday night line up as "Weird Loners" took to the small screen for the first time.
In the classic 1940s film, “Rebecca,” dramatic marital conflict is the major storyline, making for two hours of what appears to be a cinematic Lifetime Original Movie. Nevertheless, it isn't exactly awful. It's just a guilty pleasure of sorts, as the fights and murder investigations draw you in.
First you drew on the wall, then you smashed a ball through a window, all before you came home with an awful progress report. Although the years and incidents changed, your mother’s words never did: “Wait until your father gets home!”
Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence took to the screen together once more in “Serena,” it premiering in the Valley on Friday. “Serena” was a delight to see, complete with intense onscreen chemistry from the leading actors, and an intriguing storyline.
'The Red Shoes' stays true to Hans Christian Andersen's original fairytale and creates a classic film in the process.
(Photo courtesy of 20th Century Fox)
(Photo courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation)