Look for Jennifer Aniston to appear on the cover of Glamour’s September issue, which is set to hit magazine shelves on August 6.
Jennifer’s signature long blond hair and healthy glow are centre stage once again.
In this issue, Jennifer reveals her must have beauty and fashion items. Here’s a brief rundown.
Jennifer Aniston recently revealed some of her favorite beauty products to InStyle magazine.
Jennifer’s beauty philosophy is to “stop using makeup as a mask and feel comfortable in my own skin.”
If you love Jennifer’s sleek look, here are three of the beauty products the actress swears by (check out the other beauty products that Jennifer Aniston prefers here.)
Benefit Hello Flawless Custom Powder
Jennifer uses Benefit’s multi-tasking blendable powder as a pressed powder, cover-up, and spot concealer. She also applies the powder to finish off her look.
Recent Shift in Makeup Usage
With all the makeup blogs and YouTube haul videos on the Internet, it would seem that women are using more makeup than ever.
Not according to an in-depth consumer report by the NPD Group market research company. The report found that makeup usage for women between 18 and 64 for 2010 is already down 5% compared to 2008.
Although that’s not a huge amount, it may be a future trend based on unemployment and a difficult economy.
Karen Grant, vice president and global beauty industry analyst at the NPD Group, told WWD: “Potentially, with the increase in unemployment and resulting decline in the number of women going to work, more women did not have a need to wear makeup.”
Jennifer Aniston Eau de Parfum
Earlier this month, Jennifer Aniston hinted that she was joining the throng of celebrity scents and creating a fragrance.
She revealed more details to Women’s Wear Daily about the fragrance which launched in the UK in June.
Work Out Hard But Don’t Give Everything Up!
Jennifer Aniston is everywhere these days from the cover of several magazines to her new action comedy, The Bounty Hunter, with Gerard Butler.
Aniston appears on the cover of the May issue of Harper’s Bazaar UK and in the issue’s editorial with glowing shots by photographer, Alexi Lubormski.
Inside the magazine, Aniston talks about her life over the last five years (since Brad?) including her feelings on Botox, rebirth, and the launch of her new fragrance, Lovalie.
On Botox, Aniston confesses that she could do it but acknowledges that lines are just about living. The actress, who embraces the aging process, works out hard and eats really well but isn’t quite ready to give up coffee or a glass of wine. Her advice for all of us who want to look better is to “stop eating s–t every day”.
Hydrating Bronzer with an Oil-Free Formula
Which celebrity does it best when trying to capture a sun kissed look? It has to be Jennifer Aniston, who despite being on the fair side, always seems to pull it off. Along with promoting The Bounty Hunter (her latest film with Gerard Butler) in Europe, Jennifer Aniston has been showing off a flawless, Mediterranean glow.
One of the bronzers that Jennifer Aniston’s makeup artist uses for creating a warm glow is Chanel’s moisturizing bronzer, Soleil Tan de Chanel. The illuminating bronzing powder in four shades contains an oil-free formula that doesn’t look dull or flat. With a velvety texture, the powder provides even coverage without caking up or smearing throughout the day.
NYT Stereotypes Christina Hendricks as a Big Girl
The New York Times’ On the Runway fashion blog is under fire for featuring a distorted photo of Christina Hendricks wearing a peach-colored Christian Siriano gown at the Golden Globes.
The photo included the following fashion commentary from style bogger Cathy Horyn regarding the Mad Men actress: “As one stylist said, ‘You don’t put a big girl in a big dress. That’s rule number one.'”
Following a similar theme, The Moment blog showed pictures of Jennifer Aniston, Kate Hudson, and Courtney Cox with the following observation by Andy Port:
“Maybe it’s just me, but I could have sworn that some of the ladies who showed up at the Golden Globes on Sunday had put on a little weight.”