Am I the only person in Los Angeles without fake breasts? Possibly.
At times–usually during a night on the town–I notice the hoards of artificially enhanced women around me and begin to feel like a 12-year-old girl waiting to grow. I try to compensate in other ways–by having better style, makeup, and conversation than your average Angeleno. Though I’ve fought the good fight, I’m officially worn out and have decided to get Falsies…
Maybelline Falsies Mascara
As in, Maybelline Falsies. Every woman should know her assets and one of mine is my eyes. Playing up the eyes is a great way to feel feminine, so I spent the last few days experimenting with mascaras. I tried various brands, but the one mascara that rose above all others was Maybelline’s Falsies.
That’s not always a good thing, but take a look at this pic of her:
Photo: Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department via Getty Images
No, it isn’t a paparazzi shot — it’s Paris Hilton’s latest mugshot.NYMag.com reports her latest ad-like mugshot was taken after she accidentally dropped a bag of blow out of her purse. The cops followed her after a pot-like smell was trailing her to her Escalade. There, she pulled out a tube of lip balm, but unfortunately for her, her bag of drugs fell out with it. She was released without bail (not surprising). But seriously…I can’t get over this picture! It’s like she had a team of makeup and hair stylists team trail her to the police station. Celebrity makeup artist Mally Roncal was right when she was quoted as saying Hilton really knows “what her angles are.”
There’s nothing I didn’t love about the food we had at Noodle Bar down in Greenwich Village. Their Pan-Asian food is a healthy mix of Thai, Indian, and Korean-inspired (at least by my count). I ordered their Coconut Shrimp dish with spicy flat noodles.
Coconut Shrimp & Spicy Rice Noodle, $11
What I loved about this dish was the jumbo shrimp was covered by a thick fried coconut shell where you can really taste the flavor. The flat noodles were delicious too, not overly-doused in oil.
Opponents better think twice before they even attempt to claw football player Troy Polamalu‘s hair — the Head & Shoulders’ spokesperson now has his ringlets protected via a $1 million insurance policy. People StyleWatch is reporting the reason for extreme measures in protecting his 35 inch hair is because apparently people across America are “desperate for the secret to those Samoan curls.”
The Pittsburgh Steelers’ safety reportedly has pregame hair care ritual takes a cool 45 minutes, where he uses Head & Shoulders product to tame his frizz — I guess if you take 8 years to grow out your hair that is now covered by a ridiculous million-dollar insurance policy, 45 minutes is nothing!