Look in the mirror. Go ahead, we'll wait. Is your skin dull, full of acne, or lined with wrinkles? The culprit could be lurking in your pantry. Getting beautiful, healthy skin is as easy as cutting back on these five big food offenders. Surprised? We get it. Connecting the food you eat to the skin you have can be tricky because there's usually a delay between nibble and pimple. So you keep eating what you're eating, then spend the next five weeks hiding your cheekbones under a hat, wondering why you can't get the zitfest to quitfest. (Corny, but we had to.)
In 1991, a version of Peter Pan was released, and it was unlike any other. Robin Williams, Dustin Hoffman and Julia Roberts all took on our favorite characters and created one of the classic movies of our generation. Even though we can't bring back Robin Williams, we can honor him by talking about all of his movies that inspired us. Hook was one of those movies that will always remind us of our childhood. It taught us that it's important to grow up, but it's more important to remember that sometimes it's okay to act like a kid.
Summer dress? Check. Wedges? Definitely. Cute purse? Oh, yes. Hair? Uh-oh. While dressing for summer dates is fun and easy (hello, rompers and sundresses!), what you do with your hair is a whole other story ... a difficult one to get through sometimes. Blow dryers. Curling irons. Straightening tools. Ugh. Somewhere down the line, we were wired to think we need to turn up serious heat if we want to look hot on date night. But with the summer in full-force and the humidity at it's worst, the thought of heat styling (and how gross your will room get) is downright dreadful.
Ah, unlikely celebrity friendships. You are what makes the world go round. Nothing makes us happier than when two celebs who should be polar opposites come together in peace and love. Improbable celebrity duos running out and about in the world fill us with joy, and we hope they do for you, too. Sure, soul mates like Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart, with their precious bowler hats and selfies, fill us with love and hope for a bright future, but there's just something magical about two people coming together from completely different ends of the celeb spectrum.
Move over Patti Stanger, Chris Harrison could give your matchmaking skills a run for your money! Kind of. Okay, not really. He just kind of sits there and asks people how they're feeling about the situation (easiest job ever). Last week we covered the shortest relationships that have come out of The Bachelor and The Bachelorette reality shows. Now it's time to see who has lasted the longest and learn who is still together as of this moment (I mean, Nikki has to leave Juan Pablo soon, right?).
Think that daily cup o' soda is something you're sneaking into your diet? Wrongo, chica. Your mouth knows what's it drinking. And even though your body craves it, your insides are screaming like a Iggy Azaela ballad. Of course, it's hard to actually hear your gut begging for mercy, especially when your brain full of cravings and tastebuds full of desire are the entire trumpet section. It's easy to ignore the signs. It's easy to chalk your Return of Monster Teen Acne up to hormones.
Actress Leven Ramblin and actor Jim Parrack recently announced their engagement. According to People, Parrack recently popped the question to The Hunger Games starlet. Parrack is known for his role on the hit tv show True Blood. Everyone wishes the couple the best of luck.
Miley Cyrus loves her pets ... a lot. In fact, the former Hannah Montana was so devastated by the spring 2014 death of her dog Floyd, which happened while she was smack dab in the middle of the U.S. leg of her Bangerz Tour, that she mourned him publicly on Instagram, canceled shows and immortalized him with a new tattoo. The singer has a pack of pooches at her L.A. crib and only recently added her new dog Emu to the mix. But wait! That's not all.
Robin Williams was a true entertainer who had the ability to make the whole world love and laugh with him. Our hearts are heavy waking up today knowing another great has passed on. In honor of the beautifully funny and creative genius that he was, we put together a gallery of the brilliant Robin performances that helped shape our childhoods and made us think. Rest in peace, dear man.
There are some people who are famous, but nobody really seems to like them. They just go around, doing the whatever the thing is that they do not very well, and somehow make a lot of money doing it. Or at least appear to make a lot of money. It's crazy. With the rise of reality TV, there are more and more of these celebrities every year.
Between Bachelor in Paradise and the crazy Nick Viall confessions during The Bachelorette after show, we seriously cannot get enough of The Bachelor in our lives. Will Andi and Josh make it to the wedding? How about Marcus and Lacy? Damn you Chris Harrison for making us tune in to so many shows, we can't even keep track of all the drama.
Some people think it's a serious faux pas to dress like their significant other, but the truth is couples that sync their style probably have more fun. Think about it: you can go shopping together, wear complimenting colors on special outings, and even wear a matching accessory or two, like a cool gender neutral necklace or scarf.
Yes, the Lord Of The Rings films are very long movies, but if you haven't sat down to watch them yet, you should and soon because it's important to be on top of your pop culture knowledge. Plus, the series is freaking intense and amazing. It's quite literally the definition of a masterpiece.
It shouldn't be surprising news, but here's a bombshell for you: Not all famous actors and singers are dumb. Sure, there are a lot that are pretty dim. (Here's looking at Lindsay Lohan, Justin Bieber, anyone who's ever dated Justin Bieber, and any celeb who mixes up "your," "you're," and "yore" and/or "there," "their" and "they're" on Twitter.) But some successful celebrities had to use their brains and their beauty to get to where they are today.
There are libraries full of classic books we've loved since we were kids: The Giving Tree , Where The Wild Things Are, Shel Silverstein's anthology of poetry Where The Sidewalk Ends. They inspired us, excited us, and taught us little, simple lessons about life. … And then there are these 20 books that proooooobably never should have made it to shelves.