Attention Beliebers! We have 10 bottles of Justin Bieber‘s third and newest fragrance, The Key, and we’re giving them to you! Here’s how you can score the sexy mix of musk, floral and vanilla: First, follow us on all of our social media channels including Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Then, tweet us using the hashtag #instylethekey. The first 10 readers to do so will win their own bottle. (You can also shop it for $59.50 at macys.com.) See official rules and details below. Good luck!
Under normal circumstances, a pair of fantastic danglers or a chunky statement necklace can be the perfect finishing touches to any look. But when you’re in a pinch or too overwhelmed to coordinate, reach for a top that does all the hard work for you. An embellished piece can render all other add-ons superfluous, proving that a standout top is a no-brainer for lazy days ahead. Look for decorated tanks and tees with flourishes along the neckline, sleeves or all-over. Click to shop 14 of our favorites.
An uptight Mitt Romney, a caustic Simon Cowell, even smooth-talking Satan himself. Jason Sudeikis is the chameleon of late-night comedy. Last night, he confirmed on the Late Show With David Letterman that after 10 years on Saturday Night Live, he will not be returning for another season. “I’m definitely done, I’m going to leave, I’m not coming back in the fall,” he said. But that doesn’t mean he’s gone for good. This month, we sat down with the SNL standout for our “Man of Style” feature in the August issue to catch up on his real-life repertoire: leading man (in the big-screen comedy We’re The Millers he plays the most amiable drug dealer you’ll ever meet) and husband (the lucky guy is engaged to a gorgeous woman who, ahem, just happens to be on the cover of this month’s InStyle). Scroll down to read the exclusive interview, and get even more Jason by flipping to page 97 of the Olivia Wilde-covered issue, or download it on your tablet. More
It’s only been three days since the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge welcomed the arrival of His Royal Highness Prince George of Cambridge, and that’s all the time souvenir shops needed to produce items marking the royal arrival. From commemorative fine china to silver coins to decorated mugs, enough royal memorabilia has been released to fill one china cabinet, or maybe two. Click to see some of the items celebrating little Prince George.
While Aubrey Plaza is promoting her new film The To-Do List, recreating her fresh-faced look from the film’s Los Angeles premiere is currently topping our list of tasks. We loved how her saturated peach lip complemented her clean skin and slight flush, so we caught up with her makeup artist Mai Quynh to get the full breakdown. See the five easy steps she took below!
1. To start, she used a brush to apply Laura Mercier’s Oil-Free Supreme Foundation in Golden Beige ($43; lauramercier.com) all over, then followed with YSL’s Semi-Loose Powder in Amber ($60; yslbeautyus.com).
2. Dolce & Gabbana’s Blush in Rosebud 33 ($45; sephora.com) added a gorgeous glow to her skin.
3. Quynh then applied a trio of shadows from Guerlain’s Ecrin 6 Couleurs Palette in Rue de Passy ($86; sephora.com) for Plaza’s neutral eye. “I mixed the nude and beige shades on her eyelid, then I smudged the soft black color along her top lash line,” she said. “For her bottom lash line, I smudged Laura Mercier Baked Eye Color in Terracotta ($23; lauramercier.com).”
5. The finishing touch, of course, was Plaza’s peachy keen lip color. A few swipes of NARS’ Satin Lip Pencil in Lodhi ($25; narscosmetics.com), and she was ready to hit the red carpet.
Get tips on wearing a bare-faced beauty look.
Celebrity hairstylist Harry Josh is the genius behind the most coveted hair in Hollywood (read: Gisele, Gwyneth and Rose Byrne). He’s known for bouncy, super-sexy waves with lots of movement. Now, he’s letting real girls in on the secret with the launch of the Harry Josh Pro Tools 2000 Hair Dryer, the first ever to combine energy efficiency with ionic functionality and an air flow of 80 miles per hour. The price tag? $300. InStyle.com Senior Beauty Editor Selene Milano tests it out to see if she’s blown away.
“I have to confess, I rarely blow-out my own hair. It takes a village to get my insane amount of keratin-treated and color-processed hair looking sleek and shiny, so I mostly leave it to the experts. But with two young kids and a busy career, it would be so much easier to DIY. Many hair dryers I’ve tried lack the power I need, and it winds up taking extra long just to garner less-than-stellar results. Enter the Harry Josh dryer ($300 at hairenvy.com). I loved it the look of it — it’s sleek, lightweight and the pistachio color is so on-trend. And it delivers. With eight speeds/heat/ionic settings, I created the perfect mix for the most efficient dry. I didn’t even put it on the highest and my hair—and trust me I have a lot of hair—and was dry within 15 minutes. Even though it’s so powerful, you don’t have to use it for long, so it cuts down on harmful heat damage. I’m definitely a convert!”
Plus, see the sexiest summer hairstyles.
Wherever Selena Gomez goes, her fans will follow! The newly-21 singer and actress drew quite a large crowd when she stopped by Kmart in New York City to celebrate her birthday week and launch her new fall collection for Dream Out Loud. She wore outfit was a mix of new items from her lineup — including a gray cotton blazer and ripped jeggings — she brightened up the look with a pop of orange lipstick. ”When I perform on stage, it’s what I wear,” she told InStyle.com. “It’s a cute little color.” Good news Selenators: It can be yours, too. The hue is Armani’s Lip Maestro in #401 Tibetan Orange, a matte lacquer with intense color and staying power. Shop Selena’s fave for $32 at giorgioarmanibeauty-usa.com.
Plus, shop more celebrity lip colors.
Bryan Cranston, Anna Gunn, and Aaron Paul (in Calvin Klein) kicked-off the final installment of Breaking Bad at the show’s premiere, held at the Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City, California. After five seasons, the final eight episodes will conclude the complete transformation for Walt White (Cranston), who went from unassuming high school science teacher to king of meth. The first episode will pick up where season five left off, with Walt dealing with his brother-in-law’s discovery of his double life and his fight for survival as his empire begins to unravel. Breaking Bad starts up again Sunday, August 11 at 9/8c on AMC.
Plus, see more photos from this week’s star-studded bashes.