Every Thursday Louise Roe joins fellow style maven Jeannie Mai to host Style Pop, a half-hour look at anything and everything that's going on the world of fashion, beauty and pop culture. Oh, and did we mention it's live? OK! News: Get Madonna's MDNA Documentary Premiere Look "Style Pop is the first live show on Style Network," explains the British beauty. "It's very exciting because it gives our 30 minute show and immediacy and a lot of interaction with the fans. We have a giggle. We’ve known each other for a while and we’ll always gossip and throw around opinions and ideas and now we get to do that on live TV, which might be the biggest mistake they’ve ever made by letting us loose. We will be a bit naughty and a bit fun." OK! News: Get a Super Model Smile We asked Louise to show us the contents of her bag and the fashion aficionado was more than happy to oblige. Go ahead, take a peek, and then read Louise's take on the goods. • "The necklace is Sydney Evans and was given to me by my bestie Anita Patrickson." • "My hand cream is from Turkey and was brought back by my friend Ennis." • "Lean In has become a cult book with my girlfriends in London, so I just grabbed it at the airport last week. It's a fascinating look at why chicks need to stand up and lead more." • "These shades are perfect for summer, they're cream and mirrored. Carrera sunnies have a retro 70's feel to them which I love. • "Maybelline Waterproof Mascara is just perfect for summer." What are your beauty bag must-haves? Share your faves in the comments below or tweet @OKMagazine. Photo credit: Style Network
The debut directorial feature from Joe Burke, “Four Dogs,” could be aptly subtitled, “Down and Out in Hollywood,” as it centers on Oliver (Oliver Cooper), a struggling actor, and his acting class buddy, Dan (Dan Bakkedahl). But in actuality, the Hollywood struggle story is really only a surface conceit; the film is really about the love and support one can find in the unlikeliest of people and relationships. Largely improvised, and willfully blurring reality and fiction, “Four Dogs” straddles the line between drama and comedy. Unflinchingly honest in its portrayal of this little pocket of humanity, it finds both the pathos and humor in the moments of real life that are truly funny and truly sad. Oliver Cooper plays himself as young struggling actor Oliver, living in his aunt Becca’s (Rebecca Goldstein) house, walking her dogs, and taking care of the house while she is away working as a flight attendant. Becca (and her dogs) play themselves in her real house. Oliver’s friend Dan is...
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When you've experimented with as many looks as Madonna, it takes a serious stroke of creativity to come up with a new spin on an old favorite. For the premiere of her MDNA tour documentary on Tuesday night in New York, Madge's makeup artist Sammy H. Mourabit drew inspiration from Marlene Deitrich's stunning 1930's look in her film Morocco. Wanna know how he did it? Follow the breakdown below! OK! News: Get Beth Behrs 'Monsters University' Premiere Look • To achieve Madonna’s flawless complexion, Sammy first hydrated Madonna's face with Votre Vu Attentive Creme de Jour for Sensitive Skin without forgetting the neck with Portrait Collar Restorative Neck Creme. He then dabbed Votre Vu’s Love Me Deux Concealer in Champagne under her eyes and also on the darker areas of her skin, to even out her skin tone. • One of the tricks he used was mixing the Love Me Deux Nourishing Moisture Tint in Champagne with the Attentive to achieve a dewy look. Next, he accentuated her cheekbones by contouring them with Votre Vu’s Beaute en Bronze Tantalizing Bronzer Duo. OK! News: Copy 'Bling Ring' Star Claire Julien's Romantic Braided Updo • To create a 30s eyebrow, he first groomed the brows with a brush, and then applied the Arch de Triumphe Daily Brow Definer in Warm inside the natural eyebrow line. The thinner line captures that 30’s look. To cover the excess natural hair, he dabbed some Votre Vu Love Me Deux Concealer in Champagne, giving the illusion of a clean, groomed eye without the need for over-plucking. • For the lips, Sammy first contoured them in a heart shape reminiscent of the 30’s style with the Drawmatic Lip Liner in Naked (coming out in September). He followed by mixing two shades of the French Kiss Moisture Riche Lipstick (coming out in September) for a luminous and voluptuous effect. He applied the darker tone, Margaux, to the outer lines of the lip and the lighter tone, Annette, to the inner lip. OK! News: Kaley Cuoco Stuns At The Critics Choice Awards • On the lashes, he used Eiffel Power Mascara only in the center of the eyelashes. To intensify the 30s look, he added some false lashes to the outer corner of the eye. • The last touch was the Vu-On Rouge in Bouquet Rose on her cheeks and a little bit of the Belle Poudre HD Sheer Face Finish in Light. What's your favorite Madonna look? Tell us in the comments below or tweet @OKMagazine. Photo credit: Getty Images
As if mounting (ha ha) a movie about one young woman's goal to knock every sexual act off of her bucket list before college isn't ambitious enough, the decision to set it in the '90s is also pretty bold. If you don't do it right, it can come off as cheap or misguided, but the filmmakers behind "The To Do List" have made sure the soundtrack reflects the times, for better or worse.... And so, the 12-strong soundtrack for the upcoming comedy mixes in (mostly dated/one hit wonder) hip hop from 2 Live Crew, MC Hammer and Naughty By Nature (though "O.P.P." still rules), some alt-FM staples from James, Gin Blossoms, Elastica, Cranberries and Mazzy Star, and a few odd outliers like House Of Love and Big Head Todd & The Monsters. And course, Salt N Pepa's "Let Talks About Sex" is here because it has to be. The soundtrack drops on July 23rd with the movie arriving on August 16th. Full tracklist below. [Hispanic Business] "The To Do List" Soundtrack Tracklisting 1. Me So Horny...
Welcome to Tweet Repeat, your daily dose of the best celeb anecdotes found on Twitter. We've scoured the site looking for the funniest, weirdest, goofiest, deepest, craziest, sweetest, most intriguing thoughts of the day, from the most intriguing people on the planet internet. Today on Twitter we found tons of amazing Vine videos from celebs like Eric Stonestreet and Joe Jonas. We also finally saw Miley Cryus' new We Can't Stop video which Chloe Grace Moretz agrees is trippy, but so good. See what Hilary Duff had to say about This is the End, Scooter Braun's thoughts on his birthday and Sarah Hyland's reaction to the epic NBA game last night in today's Tweet Repeat below. Just a check in from NYC. https://t.co/jVr6KJU4Oc — Eric Stonestreet (@ericstonestreet) June 19, 2013 #WeCantStop video is soooo Trippy @MileyCyrus love it so much — Chloë Grace Moretz (@ChloeGMoretz) June 19, 2013 My belly is still aching from laughter pic.twitter.com/Gvqsb2ieP5 — Hilary Duff (@HilaryDuff) June 19, 2013 Hey Nick. https://t.co/zZpsPu8krd — joe jonas (@joejonas) June 19, 2013 I stayed up till 5:20am just to watch the heat win in overtime.... I'm an exhausted, pissed off lady today. — Sarah Hyland (@Sarah_Hyland) June 19, 2013 i have amazing beautiful people in my life. not bad 32...not bad at all — Scooter Braun (@scooterbraun) June 19, 2013 Photo credit: Getty
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