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Sorry, ladies, but just in case you forgot, ultimate celebrity crush Ryan Gosling is officially off the market. The Gos has been quietly dating his girlfriend Eva Mendes since 2011, but just now has opened up about how much he looooves the mom of his daughter Esmerelda.
Canada native Ryan sat down with Hello! Canada to talk about his upcoming film The Big Short, but ended up chatting about his family instead. That family includes his partner Eva, who gave birth to their baby girl in September of 2014. Here's what Ryan said about his longtime love:
Can we all just take a moment to mourn the fact that we will never be Eva Mendes, and therefore never be what RyGos is looking for? Okay: the moment has passed. Now I can start appreciating how freakin' adorable Ryan is. Not surprisingly, this guy's comment about his bae has just achieved all of our boyfriend goals. Take notes, guys.
I know that I'm with the person I'm supposed to be with... She's Eva Mendes. There's nothing else I'm looking for.
Ryan and Eva are notoriously private people - most people barely knew that they were a couple when Eva announced her pregnancy! - so it's so cute that this is the statement that Ryan has made about their relationship. It looks like this couple is totally solid, and will probably spend Christmas dancing around the living room to "All I Want For Christmas Is You." I'll forego my jealousy this holiday season and just admire their clearly beautiful relationship.
Sleeping with your makeup on is one of those beauty no-nos we've been told pretty frequently throughout our lives. Going to bed with a full face of products can lead to major breakouts and pore blockage, it's true! But for those early mornings where you don't have time to put on a full face, there has to be some leeway to the rule. What about those midday naps? You can't expect us to remove our makeup, and then reapply.
There is, however, an art to sleeping with your makeup on. Although you shouldn't do it all the time, here are some tips to keep your makeup looking #Flawless after a good night's rest.
Tip #1: Wear Long-lasting Products
Thanks to the new generation of beauty products, you can wear smudge-free eyeliner, long-lasting mascara, and water proof lipsticks. These makeup goodies will prove most useful during your Zzzzzs.
Tip #2: Skip The Foundation
Because you want to maintain healthy skin, stay clear of heavy foundations that will clog your pores at night. Instead, opt for a full coverage concealer. This will cover your blemishes while not being harsh on your skin.
Tip #3: Wear A Lip Stain
You won't have to worry about staining your sheets and lots of smudges on your face while wearing a long-lasting lip stain. No matter what, a lip stain isn't going anywhere.
Tip #4: Use Makeup Setting Spray
Before bed spritz on a makeup setting spray like Urban Decay's All Nighter Long-Lasting Makeup Setting Spray. It will give your makeup some serious staying power.
Kourtney Kardashian definitely isn't as "into" the Los Angeles lifestyle as the rest of her family. While most of the other members of the Kardashian/Jenner clan are constantly posting selfies from the hottest Hollywood hotspots, Kourt often shares pics of herself at home with her kids watching movies - and remains our spirit animal as a result!
Over the weekend, the reality star shared this pic during her visit to a horse stable, with the caption, "Someday I will move away from it all." And if you live in Los Angeles, or any big city for that matter, you can probably relate to the feeling of how the openness and tranquility of the pic Kourt posted looks far more appealing than this:
Kourtney recently visited Yellowstone National Park and we have to admit, after we'd spent the morning sitting in traffic that looked identical to the above pic, we were super jelly when we saw this: #Goals!
OK, so Mario's blue denim overalls and signature 'stache haven't exactly made him a style icon, but Moschino's Jeremy Scott is trying to change all that.
The creative director of the sometimes-cray Italian fashion house does have a way of making old-school stuff fresh again: His Moschino Barbie flew off shelves when it dropped about a month ago.
His latest source of #Inspo? Nintendo's Mario and its cast of characters, including Bowzer and Princess Peach, emblazoned on tees and intarsia knit sweaters. Gold coins and mushrooms also appear across leather bags, belts and shoes. The "Super Moschino" capsule collection is timed to celebrate Mario's 30th birthday, according to Fashionista. It dropped on Friday, December 5, and the prices range from $195 to $1,050.
This throwback collection is pricey, but the street cred might be totally worth it.
Are you all about decking the halls, trimming the Christmas tree, and celebrating the holidays in as many ways as you possibly can? If you can't stop, won't stop trying to make the holidays magical, then you need to check out this Oreo Christmas tree ASAP. It's as festive as it is delicious and you need it for your next holiday soiree.
The good people over at Delish have created this absolutely epic Oreo tree, because why have a real tree when you can have one constructed out of Oreo cookies? Check out their stunning work of art below:This is a really simple tree, but it's also just the thing to add an extra spin of fun to your annual Christmas party. Oreos on a plate may taste the same as ones from this tree, but I think any party guest would prefer (carefully) picking an Oreo off this epic work of architecture.
Of course, you should make sure that you have a lot of people (and a lot of Oreo lovers specifically) coming to whatever shindig you decide to make this tree for. I haven't counted the exact number of cookies that this tree requires, but my guess is you don't want to polish off this many cookies in one sitting - or have to deal with a bunch of stale Oreos the day after.
Head to Delish to find out how to make this amazing tree, and keep on pushing the dessert limits in your own life.
For some of us, a few strands of Christmas lights are as close to holiday decorations as we're gonna get. But word on the street is that those pretty twinkle bulbs might actually be messing with your streaming of Aziz Ansari's new Netflix series.
Before you start ripping down your holiday cheer, keep in mind that virtually any electronic device can eff with your internet connection. The UK's independent communications regulator Ofcom has released a study that shows how household objects might be interfering with your WiFi, reports Science Alert. Umm, annoying.
It's not just Christmas lights, according to writer Andrew Smith in an article originally written for The Conversation: Home electronics and microwaves as well as steel, concrete and foil building materials can also mess with your router. And did we mention its location in your home has a lot to do with your connection, too?
Luckily, Andrew says that he hasn't heard of any cases where people's WiFi was actually strongly affected by holiday decorations, although he admits it is possible:
We'd say you're safe to deck your dorm with lots of twinkle lights! Fa-la-la-la-la-la-la-la-la.
"Most fairy lights [that's Brit speak for Christmas lights] have unshielded wires, which means there's no radio frequency insulation to protect radio-based devices from the electromagnetic effects of the power cables trailing around your tree," Andrew writes.
Can you have sex on your period? Yes. Yes you most certainly can. Should you have sex on your period? Well, you should only do what you feel comfortable doing, especially when it comes to having sex. In matters of sex, there's nothing you "should" do. You're the one who gets to decide what you want out of your sex life, and you should never feel obligated or shamed into doing something that you don't want to do. Now that we've got that out of the way, let's talk about getting hot and bloody; if, indeed, that's something you're looking to try.
I give period sex a double thumbs up. Beyoncé sings, "A little sweat ain't never hurt nobody," in "Get Me Bodied": while I'm singing, "A little blood ain't never hurt nobody," in the bedroom. You know, where said blood is from a healthy menstrual cycle, which is, of course, a monthly reminder of the miracle that is life, and the fact that one human can literally GROW ANOTHER HUMAN INSIDE THEIR BODY. Which is crazy and amazing and wonderful and positively mind blowing. But back to period sex: if you're curious, it's something you can do without fear or worry. If you're safe about it, nothing bad will happen. Here are some things to consider about period sex:
1. It's probably not going to be the massacre you think it will be.
I feel like when people think of period sex they think of an arm suddenly sliced off at the elbow, spurting blood everywhere like a B horror movie. Sure, sometimes some blood will get on your thighs or on the sheets, but overall, it's not the bloodbath you think it's going to be. Sometimes blood doesn't get anywhere at all! (I call this the "tampon effect.") If you're worried about the ick factor, that's fine - some people find blood unsexy. But if it's mess that concerns you, throw down a towel and you're good to go.
2. It's doctor sanctioned!
Period sex is safe! You can't get hurt from it, and nothing bad will happen, so long as you're in a safe, consensual environment. If you asked your doctor or OBGYN, they'd all tell you the same thing: there aren't any health risks associated with having sex while menstruating, and other than the blood, it's just like having sex when you're not bleeding.
3. But you CAN still get pregnant.
While period sex is safe, it might not be so if it's unprotected. Even though your uterus is shedding its lining (where the fertilized egg gestates), your cycle might be irregular enough that you're continuing to ovulate. Meanwhile, sperm can live up to five days inside you, which, at the tail end of your period, is a dangerous game to play if a baby isn't in the cards. Treat period sex like regular sex and practice it safely!
4. And you can still definitely pass on STIs.
While there aren't any health risks, that extends only so far as you're practicing safe sex. Like the potential for pregnancy, unprotected sex on your period can lead to the transfer of sexually transmitted illnesses. So rubber up! Nothing else, repeat NOTHING ELSE, other than a condom, can protect you from an STI (and even then condoms aren't 100% effective).
5. Period sex is actually great for your cramps.
If you're feeling kind of shitty and bloated and crampy and grumpy (all things I feel when I'm having my period), sex might not seem like, well, the sexiest thing to do. But consider that exercise not only puts you in a good mood, it can help in releasing period related pain. You know what's good exercise? Sex. The bottom line is, you can do whatever you want. But if you're putting off period sex because you think it's taboo or dangerous, don't! It's actually really wonderful, and if you can explore it in a safe, comfortable environment, you might find something you really like.
Selena Gomez didn't make her new music video for Justin Bieber, but we don't think that's going to stop him from watching that ish on repeat. She just dropped the teaser for her new "Hands to Myself" music video, and homegirl is rolling around in her undies the entire time.
Selena looks hot and confident AF in the clip, breaking into an ex's bedroom and hanging out in his clothes and bed. We get the whole masturbation vibe from the whole thing, too. Ohh, hey! Wait, is that a ring we see on her finger?
Watch Selena be a huge tease in her video teaser, below. And you can watch the Victoria's Secret angels sing "Hands to Myself," here.
We totally can't get enough of Adele's song "Hello" and amazing covers like this Korean student and this one by Demi Lovato.
Yep, everyone seems to be taking a crack at Adele's hit tune, but this is the most creative one we've seen yet. Watch this "Hello" movie mashup video that uses dialog from a variety of flicks to piece together the lyrics. It's amazing!
YouTube user Matthijs Vlot edited all of these movie clips together for the mashup we never knew we wanted: everything from Star Wars to Harry Potter, Anchorman, Austin Powers, and so many more.
Srsly, how does someone have the time to create something like this? We're glad they did though!
So you know how we're #BUILTBYGIRLS and for girls everywhere? Well, we have news. We're joining The Huffington Post family, which reaches 200M people around the world every month - and which means we'll get to talk to more girls than ever. (Btw, HuffPost was also built by a girl, so they totally get us.)
We relaunched Cambio in 2014. Now we have a totes loyal crew of over 2.5M social peeps, have bonded with 2 classes of #BUILTBYGIRLS interns (aka Girls Who Code) as they helped rebuild our site (check out the Col[lab], Celebspiration and some new features coming at you in a couple of weeks), not to mention that over 900 of you fine ladies signed up to share what was on your mind through our contributor platform.
So what's changing? Nothing, right now. But we will be spending more time on content that's created by girls and we want even more of you and your friends to sign up to be a Col[lab] contributor and tell readers what you think, see, feel, and care about. HuffPost can help us get your stories to an even bigger (and global) audience. We'll also be doubling down on content that lives on the platforms where you spend most of your time, from Snapchat to Instagram. Oh, and stay tuned as #BUILTBYGIRLS gets its very own sister site in 2016 and goes from hashtag to running the world.
We're so proud we've created a platform for girls to find anything about any topic they care about - a place that's fun and talks to you, not down to you. We wanted to build a platform where girls can empower one another, lift one another up and motivate each other - and we have. (Brb, crying.) But we're even prouder that The Huffington Post wants to support that mission and help make your voice louder.
In the meantime, keep following us on Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat on @cambiosnaps, YouNow, Pinterest and Twitter for all the goss, girl probs, 1D updates, pizza memes, inspiration and Taylor Swift. Always Taylor Swift.
Sure, lots of selfies are totally self-absorbed, but thanks to Toyota, you're going to see a lot more of them being posted for a good cause.
On December 1, this year's #GivingTuesday, Toyota launched its #Selflessie campaign, which donates $50 to Boys & Girls Clubs of America for every selfie posted with the hashtag #Selflessie. The hashtag combines the world "selfie" with "selfless" to get its mission across.
Toyota is a long-time partner of the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, donating more than $10.5 million over the past eight years in order to "invest in the next generation of leaders who have the power to ignite change," says Florence Drakton, Social Media Marketing Manager at Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A. Toyota is the signature sponsor of the Youth of the Year program, and has donated a new Toyota Corolla along with financial support to the National Youth of the Year award recipient since 2010.
The response to the social media movement has been overwhelming. Today, Toyota hit its initial maximum donation goal of $250,000, and responded by doubling its donation numbers to $500,000, so now there's even more reason to take part in this awesome cause.
If you post a #Selflessie, you'll be in great company: Celebs like Kelly Rowland, Debby Ryan and Paul Wesley have all snapped selfies for the charitable initiative.
hi this is my face. I was never super into selfies but #winter is all about the #selflessie. Aka, take that picture of your pretty face, tag it a #selflessie, and my friends @toyotausa are donating FIFTY BUCKS to Boys & Girls Clubs of America [@BGCA_Clubs]. So yeah thanks for helping kids with your face. See @toyotausa's bio for terms and conditions. xx
Wrapped a day on set (in full flashback attire no less) by helping out a great cause. Post a selfie with the hashtag #selflessie, and my friends @toyotausa will donate $50 to Boys & Girls Clubs of America (@BGCA_Clubs). Do it up, it really couldn't be any easier to do some good. See @toyotausa's bio for terms and conditions
The initiative runs through January 4, so fix your contouring and snap your #Selflessie!
"We're definitely a society of photo sharers, so much so that more than 1 million photos are posted each day with the hashtag #Selfie. Those numbers prove that #Selfie is more than just a hashtag, it's an actual social movement and legitimate form of communication," says Florence. "With our #Selflessie campaign, we wanted to take something that can be perceived as a traditionally, self-admiring behavior and turn it into a more compassionate, meaningful and easy way of helping us give back."
We'll admit it: We love experimenting with our hair. Whether we're trying out a new cut we saw Demi Lovato working or we've decided to play with the color on a whim (post-breakup, of course) we're big fans of changing the way our 'doos look as often as our moods change. As fun as it is to get a new dye job or try the full-bangs look, there's always a chance we'll regret our decisions right after we've made them, forcing us to be stuck with half-hacked locks or a color that's more highlighter orange than bold and sassy red.
While there may not be much of a solution to fixing a haircut (other than pricey extensions, maybe), you can experiment with coloring your hair all you want, changing hues from day to day with minimal damage to your strands. We've come a long way with hair coloring techniques and lucky for us fickle fashion ladies who can't peg one look down, we have these options to choose from when deciding to make a dramatic color change. And if we hate it, we just wash it out the next day. Here are the best ways to color your hair temporarily, no bleach required.
1. Hair Chalking
By now, you've probably heard of hair chalking as the best method to get the temporary pastel ombre you've always dreamed of. Exactly what it sounds like, this coloring technique involves taking either a chalk bar or pot and sliding it against your strands to transfer the color. If you want to make the effect last longer and be more vibrant, stylists advise wetting your hair before you put on the chalk. But if your hair is a light shade of blond, be aware that wetting your hair could make this look last longer than the few days it typically promises.
Hair chalk lasts anywhere between 1 to 2 days depending on your hair's original color and will wash out the next day in the shower. If you want it to last longer than a day, avoid washing out the color but be sure to wrap your hair up at night or else you'll wake up to a pillow covered in chalk.
2. Hair Shadow
Like hair chalk, hair shadow is a temporary coloring method that involves putting pigmented powder on your hair by sliding that hair through a shadow pot. To make the look last longer, set it with a bit of hairspray to lock the color pigments in. Typically, hair shadow will last between a few hours to 1 day depending on the color of your hair. And of course, it washes out super easily in the shower!
There are a few products that are specifically designated as shadows for your hair, but Refinery 29 points out that if you want to use old shadows from your favorite palette too bold to put on your eyes, simply pop them out and apply them to your hair. The look even comes out well on super dark locks, as well!
3. Hair Mascara
If hair shadow is a thing, naturally hair mascara is a thing as well. Hair mascara is pretty similar to the last two techniques, minus application. To put it on, a small mascara wand typically the size of the one you'd use on your lashes is dipped into a color tube and combed through your hair. Unlike hair chalk and shadow, hair mascara works well if you're looking for a highlighting effect from root to tip, but you can still do a color ombre as well.
Hair mascara can last up to two days but also comes out pretty easily with shampoo. The formula also makes it less likely to get all over your clothes throughout the day, which can sometimes happen with shadow and chalk.
If you're not looking to dye your whole head and just want some pops of color here and there, you should consider clip-in extensions. You can find them for just about any price point in whatever color you want. The extensions also tend to be the same, vivid color you'd get if you bleached and dyed your hair.
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To put them in, simply clip the hair to whatever part of your head you want to add color to. We recommend doing it on the bottom layer of your hair for an ombre effect and so the clips will remain hidden. Clip-in hair extensions can also be styled in whatever way you want whether you decide to curl or straighten. The best part is it's not messy at all and can be taken out at any moment.
5. Semi-Permanent Dye
If you're looking for something that will last beyond your first shampoo, semi-permanent dye is a good option but one that's still temporary. According to Good Housekeeping, semi-permanent dye formulas don't contain ammonia so they stay on the outside of the hair cuticle, making it easier to wash out. Applying this form of dye is a lot easier and less time-consuming if you're trying to completely color your whole head too. However, it will fade with each wash and should disappear between 4 to 12 shampoos depending on the natural color of your hair.
The reality star was waiting until the baby was born to finalize a name. "It's like the last thing that Kanye and I did when North was born," Kim told PEOPLE. "We didn't name her for like seven days. I feel like it will just come to us."
Now, after spending three days with their little man, they decided on a moniker that they felt was fitting: Saint. Yep, you read that right. His name is Saint West. So far, no middle name has been revealed, but there were rumors that they might go with something to pay tribute to Kim's late father Robert Kardashian.
It's actually good that they picked the name when they did, because according to TMZ, the hospital won't release Kim until the baby's name appeared on the birth record. So, now it's official!
Oh, and Saint weighed in at 8 pounds, 1 ounce.
Congrats, Kim, Kanye and big sister Nori!
Cara Delevingne made waves yesterday morning when she posted a picture on Instagram of herself and model, Adwoa Aboah wearing a sweatshirt that said, "The Future is Female." In her caption, Cara wrote that she is selling the sweatshirt on her chapter of Represent.com for $39.99, with all proceeds going to Girl Up!, an organization that funds the education and health of young girls in developing country.
Despite the openly feminist message and movement to help young women across the world, fans on Cara's insta still went nuts with comments yelling at the Queen of Brows. But why all the fuss when Cara was just supporting fellow women all for a good cause?
It turns out that sweatshirt wasn't Cara's idea.
Cara was first seen wearing the sweatshirt in October, with her girlfriend Annie Clarke (better known as St. Vincent) flaunting the t-shirt version in November. Even though many fans now associate the -sweatshirt with the model-turned actress, most feminists known better. The logo actually dates back to 1975 created first by Labyris Books, the first women's book store in New York City, says The New York Times. When the bookstore first premiered its slogan, well-known and openly gay singer/songwriter Alix Dobkin was wearing the shirt, photographed by her then girlfriend Liza Cowan. Now in 2015, the design was picked up by Rachel Berks, feminist/LGBTQ advocate and owner of a graphic design shop in Los Angeles called Otherwild. Rachel started selling the shirt in her shop with 25 percent of the proceeds going toward Planned Parenthood when St. Vincent got her hands on the tee.
Originally, Rachel was happy to see other women supporting a movement that dated back to the '70s. That was until she saw that Cara was selling the design on her own. Although Cara tagged @otherwild in her post, many of her fans lashed out against Cara's decision to pass of the logo like it was her idea.
I took down my post yesterday about #thefutureisfemale controversy, because the negative commentary was overwhelming me, but I wanted to share my thoughts and this image which shows #Otherwild's sweatshirt on the left, and @caradelevingne's identical version on the right. The slogan "The Future Is Female" originates from Jane Lurie's and Marizel Rios' Labyris Books (1972), and Otherwild used @lizacowan's image of Alix Dobkin in the shirt (1975) with permission, as originally seen on Kelly Rakowski's @h_e_r_s_t_o_r_y. Otherwild's redesign and reissue of the FIF tees and buttons is protected under copyright law, which mandates that any reproduction of an existing known public work must be altered at least 20% from the original. If model/actress Cara Delevingne wanted to sell my line, she would need to wholesale them from Otherwild, and because we donate 25% of our line's proceeds to Planned Parenthood, Delevingne's ethical practice would benefit not only our woman-owned small business but would also serve as a significant donation to PP. Delevingne could also choose not to wholesale from Otherwild and create her own design of the slogan on clothing to sell. But Delevingne's choice to lift and manufacture Otherwild's design, claiming it as her own to sell with an undisclosed charitable offering, is indefensible. Her actions ironically counter the very message of the slogan "The Future Is Female", and it's confounding that she would do this to a small queer feminist-owned business after purchasing the product from us just a few weeks ago. Although under pressure, Delevingne has changed the line's attribution several times in the past 24 hrs., she has not yet offered to wholesale from us nor cease and desist blatantly copying and selling our designs.
"If you like this design and truly support the message, don't but this plagiarized version. Get the original at @otherwild," kate_em_up said.
"@Caradelevingne had the opportunity to support a queer feminist independent designer and instead decided to pass of someone else's work as her own," iamapyramidscheme said.
Otherwild also threw some shade Cara's way, posting a screenshot of the snap on its Insta page and encouraging its fans to comment on Cara's page admonishing her for "ripping off" its message. It has since taken the post down. Otherwild also admitted that it doesn't legally own the copyright to this slogan.
Our thoughts? Plagiarism is totes not okay but Cara's message still stands. Although Otherwild is right to be pissed for not getting due cred, Cara is still trying to do a good thing by empowering other women through reviving this slogan.
Do you think Cara is wrong or are you so going to buy that sweatshirt? Sound off in the comments below.
Joe Jonas and his band DNCE are a generous bunch, sending holiday cheer to some famous faces recently. This is seriously the most random assortment of WTF, but we can't stop laughing.
It's the giving season, so how cool is it that DNCE gifted One Direction and 5 Seconds Of Summer at the Jingle Ball with something so thoughtful? Only it ended up being more literally cray than thoughtful.
The present was definitely appreciated by everyone who received it. Liam Payne shared a pic of the rather eclectic mashup of stuff, including a horse calendar, condoms, ice cream cones, lube, lotion, and a giant bag of q-tips. Um...
And it wasn't just for the boys...Selena Gomez and Ellie Goulding got the special gift too!
I would like to thank @DNCE for the puzzle, huge bag of cotton swabs, and bargain condoms. All of these will come in handy for tour! 😂- Charlie Puth (@charlieputh) December 5, 2015
Miranda Cosgrove and her School of Rock co-stars had an epic reunion in the most perfect of places...at the Broadway opening of the School of Rock musical in New York City!
And, oh the feels. The School of Rock movie kids are all grown up and it's making us feel pretty effing old. But hey, they all looking amazing and super happy. How surreal must it have been to watch the musical of the movie they starred in 12 years ago?
Miranda wrote on Instagram: "Had a great time tonight at the opening of the School of Rock play on Broadway! Loved it."
And check out this School of Rock original cast throwback pic she posted - all the little kid feels...aw!
While we're sadly prepping for One Direction's break, here's the tiniest bit of hope to cling to: the 1D guys are already talking about getting back to touring after their hiatus wraps up.
So far, the guys have yet to confirm just how long the break will be, but in a recent interview backstage at the KIIS FM Jingle Ball, Niall Horan talked about touring for their new album, Made In the A.M.
Based on that comment, can we assume that the break won't be that long? Here's hoping, anyway.
Niall commented: "I'm already excited at the thought of coming back and touring this album...I just can't wait to bring them [new songs] to life on the stage."
Oh, and check out Harry Styles' reaction to Niall getting some naughty scarves: "These are not okay."
It seems that the controversy over Reese's Peanut Butter Trees will just never end. Earlier this month, Reese's addicts were disappointed to find that their beloved Reese's holiday treats - the ones that were supposed to be shaped like Christmas trees - resembled more of an amorphous blob than the Christmas symbol. Now it's not just the customers who are throwing shade: Snickers just made a seriously snarky comment about Reese's Peanut Butter Tree's, meaning the chocolate war is officially ON.
Snickers prides itself on being the more satisfying candy bar, though I think nutritionists would agree that a candy bar probably won't satisfy you long term the way, say, a healthy balanced diet might. (Not going to stop me from hitting up the vending machine, but, you know...) Now Snickers is using their slogan to promote their own holiday tree treat, while dissing their competitor in the process. SO not subtle, you guys: https://twitter.com/SNICKERS/status/671435489610768384 That's way harsh, Snickers.
Personally I think that both of these chocolate treats are top tier candy bars, so really, you can't go wrong with a Snickers or a Reese's Tree hiding in your purse. You don't have to choose, guys!
Little Mix found out the hard way that making a joke during an interview can easily be misinterpreted and lead to a s**tstorm of rumors.
Reports that Jade Thirlwall is dating Jason Derulo quickly picked up after Little Mix's Jesy Nelson told The Sun during Capital FM's Jingle Bell Ball: "[Jade's] got someone on the go. His name starts with a J... then a D." Jade added: "He's very hot. It's early days."
Jesy was sure to note the flirtation that went on during their performance, explaining: "He's so lovely. Really sweet. He gave Jade a little wink when we introduced him on stage. There's four of us but he looked to Jade and gave her a wink."
She even compared Jason to Nick Jonas, who has a crush on Jade, saying: "Jason's a bit more manly. Nick's a nice boy but Jason, I feel like he'd look after her. She's only little."
Jade added: "Yeah, he can pick me up!"
And, just like that, the gossip started to swirl.
Jade set the record straight, however, taking to Twitter to explain: "Guyyyys I'm not dating anyone! Me and the girls were joking around...banter gone wrong!"
Guyyyys I'm not dating anyone! Me and the girls were joking around...banter gone wrong! 🙈😂 xxjadexx- Little Mix (@LittleMix) December 7, 2015
Like her Pretty Little Liars character Hanna Marin, actress Ashley Benson is a total style chameleon. Sometimes she's all about super long bright blonde locks, and other times she's rocking the chopped look with funky highlights. She rarely ventures too far into land of brunette, which is why her new hair look for Flaunt Magazine is so surprising - not to mention stunning.
Ashley posted a pic from her photo shoot with Flaunt Magazine to her Instagram, and if you don't recognize her right away, that's totally cool. Benzo rocks choppy locks and bangs in the pic, which are definitely major hair game changers, but the thing that I can't stop focusing on is how dark her hair is. Ashley has gone brunette before, but usually it teeters on "bronde" rather than straight-up brunette. Here, she has officially gone over to the dark side.
Ashley's new hair look is likely temporary, as Hanna is still as blonde as ever in the new promos for Pretty Little Liars. Still, I'm kind of loving this new faux dye job: Ashley is totally pulling it off, and seriously edging up her look. If she ever feels like straying away from blonde hair, this color would be perfect to go permanent with.