Paris Hilton’s boyfriend got her name tattooed on his arm in the Disney font, and sure, why not?
Paris Hilton’s beau Chris Zylka just showcased his love for her by doing the most. Disneyland Paris, perhaps? Or, more precisely, it’s Paris’s name in the iconic Disney font. There seems to be a lot of Disney-style magic and changes going on in PariHello Giggles
Hilary Duff reads this poem when she has to spend a lot of time away from her son
It doesn’t take a working mom to tell you it’s a thankless gig with its own unique set of challenges. The latest celeb to address the stresses of being a full-time mother and career woman is Younger star Hilary Duff, who Instagrammed a photo of a poHello Giggles
Sterling K. Brown shared an illustration celebrating his Emmy nom that will *definitely* make you cry
This Is Us fans, please take a long, deep breath before taking in the following news: The Emmy nominations have been released, and Sterling K. Brown is up for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series. But wait, there’s more. Brown took to Twitter toHello Giggles
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In the spellbinding world of Game of Thrones, everyone is good-looking. The cast of a TV show hasn’t been so uniformly attractive since Gossip Girl, a series about beautiful, rich adolescents who know that they’re beautiful. The men have
But there’s a caveat for GoT characters that doesn’t apply to many other shows, which is that each actor must look completely makeup-free — even in the most unforgiving of HD settings. The plot of the series loosely parallels the real-life War of the Roses, a series of wars that went down between two rival branches of the royal House of Plantagenet as they fought for control of the throne of England.
Based on that estimate, Game of Thrones would have taken place in the mid-
One must ask: How, then, did the Starks and Lannisters maintain their flawless complexions? Was it a lack of environmental pollutants and antibiotic-laced chicken? Did all the hot air rising off Daenerys Targaryen’s fire-breathing dragons act like a pore-purging steam treatment? Did they drink more than the recommended daily amount of water? Was it just good genes?
When I asked Sophie Turner, who plays the newly-tenacious Sansa Stark on the HBO show, how the Game of Thrones characters are given their 15th-century glow during an interview about something else entirely, she told me that there’s no revelatory on-set beauty secret — it’s just proper skin care with plenty of
And there you have it. The number-one best way to get skin that looks perfectly clear and poreless on hi-def television is to start with skin that’s clear and poreless in the first place. Add Kryolan Dermacolor where needed, and go take back that goddamn throne.