We're so used to seeing photos of stars from the front that we often miss what's going on in the back and sides. Especially when it comes to updos, which often have lovely flourishes in the least visible places. On Oscars night, there were plenty of gorgeous examples. Some stars chose simple chignons, while others wore gorgeously complex swirls and braids. Check out our red carpet favorites now.
Matthew McConaughey was dapper in his Dolce & Gabbana tux this evening at the Oscars. His lovely girlfriend, Camila Alves, was right by his side, matching in a black dress. The duo are there so Matthew, who's starting to promote The Lincoln Lawyer, can present alongside Scarlett Johansson. The show has just started, and we can't wait to see MM on stage!
Perhaps you're headed out on the town for a girls' night or date night this Valentine's Day. Whatever the case, now's the time to take things up a few notches. From cascading curls and tawny blush to a modern 1960s-style beauty ensemble, here are five different looks to try on one of the most romantic days of the year.
The divas of country were out last night at the Academy of Country Music Awards. Carrie, Taylor, and Miley mixed up their styles throughout the evening, while beauties Marisa Miller and Nicole Kidman (in back-plunging L'Wren Scott) shined all night long. A couple notables: Nicole's asymmetrical bob updo and Carrie Underwood's gigantic Rafael Cennamo Gone With the Wind gown. Flip on through for the best and the biggest from the evening . . .
If your first reaction to seeing Matthew McConaughey with his camera around his neck is "Tourist!," then you're in good company! I thought the same thing, even though I have to cop to wearing my camera around my neck — sometimes. If I have my little point-and-shoot camera, it's always in a case in my bag when not in use, but for my big, digital SLR, it's a different story.
When you take a short break from shooting photos, you're a little less cavalier about putting an expensive DLSR down just anywhere, but if you know you'll be taking more photos relatively soon, it's a pain to put it all the way back in the case.
So there it stays, dangling around my neck like a big, dorky necklace. But whatevs, it's safe. Sometimes I shoot with it around my neck, which ratchets the geek factor right up.
As for our man Mateo here, I have to give him the same pass I gave David Beckham for wearing a cell phone clip on his belt: Hands-on daddies need to be hands-free!
But tell me: What do you do with your camera, SLR, point-and-shoot, Polaroid, Flip video camera, etc.? Do you wear it around your neck or wrist, or always put it away when it's not being used?