Kisses Darling!

Saturday, March 5, 2011


Niki Taylor (36), Eva Mendes (37) Enjoy your special day!

Makeup Artist Kristofer Buckle on Christina Aguilera...

Red lip perfected: "I use NARS Jungle Red lip liner," says Buckle. "I love that red. It's a good texture so you get a nice sharp edge. Red is so tricky because it can be messy and it can bleed. I use a product called LipSense and the color I have used on Christina is called Blu-Red. It's literally like car paint. It's liquid so you apply it with a wand and it goes on like paint and it doesn't have any drag to it, so it creates this perfectly gorgeous doll mouth. It dries completely with no moisture to it and then you apply a topcoat with just moisture. It doesn't move."

Beauty must-haves: "I pretty much put a lash on every single person who sits in the chair for me," he says. "There's not an option. Someone's getting an individual lash or a band lash. There's some sort of lash getting on somebody."

Thursday, March 3, 2011


Theodora Richards Arrested

Model Patti Hansen and Rolling Stone Keith Richards' daughter has been busted for tagging a SoHo nunnery while toting around a stash of illegal pills and pot, cops said.

"I hope I don't get in trouble for this," Theodora Richards, 25, said to officers after Tuesday night's graffiti-and-drugs arrest at 190 Prince St.

The young Richards caught cops' eyes at 10:42 p.m. as she doodled on the exterior of St. Anthony's Convent with a red paint pen.

The long-tressed blonde had written in small, red letters the message "T heart A."

When cops searched her purse, they spotted 8½ pills -- believed to be the painkiller oxycodone.

"I don't have a prescription for them," admitted Theodora, who told cops she had bought the pills from a dealer, prosecutors said.

Police also found a small amount of marijuana on Theodora, who, as a model, has prowled runway catwalks, was featured in a Tommy Hilfiger campaign, and appeared in Vogue, Glamour and Rolling Stone.

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

John Galliano fired from Dior.........

In a brief statement, Sidney Toledano, Dior Couture’s chief executive, said he condemned “in the strongest terms” the words and actions of Mr. Galliano, “which are in total contradiction with the essential values that have always been defended by the Christian Dior house.”

Dior said it had “immediately suspended relations” with Mr. Galliano and that it had “initiated dismissal procedures.” It cited the “particularly odious comments” contained in a video published Monday.

The video, posted on the Web site of the British tabloid The Sun, appears to show Mr. Galliano taunting other patrons at the bar, La Perle, declaring in a slurred voice that “I love Hitler” and that “people like you would be dead,” and “your mothers, your forefathers” would all be “gassed.” It was unclear when the video was recorded.

Late Monday, the actress Natalie Portman, who recently signed an endorsement deal with Dior for its Miss Dior Chérie perfume, strongly condemned Mr. Galliano. In a statement, she said: “I am deeply shocked and disgusted by the video of John Galliano’s comments that surfaced today. In light of this video, and as an individual who is proud to be Jewish, I will not be associated with Mr. Galliano in any way.”



Jane Russell, the buxom brunette bombshell who became one of Hollywood's leading sex symbols of the 1940s and 1950s, died Monday of respiratory failure in her California home. She was 89.

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