Back in the '40s through the '60s, it took very little effort for gorgeous starlet Audrey Hepburn to start new trends. Whether she was sporting a short pixie cute (as in "Roman Holiday") or wearing buggy sunglasses (vide "Breakfast at Tiffany's"), Hepburn was always on the cut ...more
Recently a poll on BellaSugar.com found that Audrey Hepburn is thought to be the most beautiful woman of all time. And we frankly don't disagree with that conclusion. The original street waif with the potential to turn into a gorgeous bombshell at the drop of a hat, Audrey He ...more
Audrey Hepburn has remained a fashion icon for years after her death. The classic makeup look in this how-to video in inspired by her style. The general idea is to put a lot of focus on the eyes and eyebrows, and keep all the makeup very fresh. Watch this video makeup lesson a ...more
We're not exaggerating when we say that every girl remembers her first Audrey Hepburn movie. That's because your life is never the same after witnessing the woman who basically invented the chic modern woman sensibility. And Hepburn's lasting influence is also no doubt in par ...more
Named after the famously classy Audrey Hepburn, these "For Audrey" French tipped nails are a similarly classy yet very modern take on the French tip. Rather than simply tipping your nails with white, you'll paint a curtain-shaped turquoise blue lacquer on your nail tips and t ...more
Is Audrey Hepburn your favorite style icon? Try out these classic fashion tips, and you'll be crossing every river in style.
This tutorial teaches any girl how to achieve Audrey Hepburn's "power brow" look. An elegant, sophisticated, and classic look for every girl to wear. Amy teaches you exactly how, what, and where to apply each product to guarantee a successful result.
Audrey Hepburn's gorgeous looks are classic for a reason. In this video, you'll learn how to get a classic makeup look inspired by this elegant star. Just follow along and you'll be looking like a movie star in no time at all! PRODUCTS USED: Chanel Mat Lumiere MAC Studio fini ...more
This gorgeous '60s hairstyle was inspired by the Audrey Hepburn film "Breakfast at Tiffany's." This look is quite elegant and suitable for formal events. Most importantly, it is very easy to create. As usual, certain hair accessories can be substituted such as a comb, a small ...more
"From the 1930s through the 1950s, the looks of various movie stars defined vogue magazine. From Mary Pickford's baby-doll face to Audrey Hepburn's cat-eyes eyeliner. The '60s ushered in a slew of makeup fad and the heavy eyeliner look remained through the late '70s and '80s, ...more
This tutorial uses Marilyn Monroe and Audrey Hepburn for inspiration, but you can use this to make a brooch resembling any Hollywood icon or celebrity! You will need some felt, some yarn for the hair, rhinestones for accents and a craft pen for details.
French manicures are classic and elegant but if French manicures are all you wear then you're probably feeling your nails look more blah than Audrey Hepburn at the moment. If you need nails that can transition from work to play then check out this video. You'll learn how to c ...more
Have you ever wanted to create a bun with your hair, but have been too scared to do so because you're afraid of looking like the stern headmistress at an all-girls Catholic school? Tightly woven buns are thought of as uptight and not very youthful, but your convictions are ab ...more
Mila Kunis rocked a makeup look that was equal parts elegant modern and Audrey Hepburn at the recent 2011 Golden Globes. The "Black Swan" stunner opted for simple yet oh-so-flattering neutral eyes, blushing rosy cheeks, and warm pink lips. To learn how to get the dazzling loo ...more
Looking to emulate the make-up of classic Hollywood stars like Audrey Hepburn or Marilyn Monroe? Get adventurous and have some fun with this makeup tutorial hosted by makeup artist, TiffanyD! TiffanyD is a mass maker in wonderful make-up how to videos! Be sure to check out he ...more
Despite losing to Melissa Leo last night for Best Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture, Mila Kunis couldn't have asked for more attention at the Golden Globes. Mila sat in her wonderful emerald-green gown, while her Black Swan co-star Natalie Portman called her "Sweet Lips" ...more
In our media-enriched world, past and present, SCRABBLE has made a name for itself, whether deliberately, subconsciously, or influentially. You may have a read a book that had the popular word game within a chapter, watched a movie that showed your favorite characters bringing ...more