On Thursday, a couple hours after pharma-villain Martin Shkreli was arrested on suspicion of securities fraud, I looked up in the mirror and saw his face. Well, it wasn’t actually his face. It was my face, but for a heartbeat, I looked a lot like him, leading to this very important Q:
Fox’s new horror comedy Scream Queens is, as the title suggests, a sendup to the horror films that came before it, but that doesn’t mean that the show is solely paying tribute to the slasher genre. In fact, it looks like the entire mean teen movie pantheon is getting its due and last night’s trope victim was the teen…
This upcoming Monday marks the launch of Millihelen, an exciting new Jezebel site devoted to easy and accessible makeup advice. (Read more about it here!) To celebrate the venture, we're devoting this week's Pissing Contest to your most hilarious and cringeworthy makeover disasters.
Move over Toddlers in Tiaras, there's a new grand supreme in town and it's about to put your Shirley Temple and Pretty Woman costumes to shame.
Parents Kids are seeking fame younger and younger these days and the hottest new star-making business is Toddlewood, a photography studio that turns kids into tiny versions of…
Calling it "tinted moisturizer" instead of "makeup" seems to make men more comfortable with the idea of wearing it. But are you comfortable with men wearing it? You should be. In case you needed any convincing of its unisex benefits, we applied tinted moisturizer to the faces of our colleagues at Deadspin. Check out…
A speed-dating service has an interesting rule: women arrive before dudes, so they can get a free makeover. Is this a helpful service, or an annoying double standard?
It's an ambush makeover! Kathie Lee and Hoda grabbed Jezebel from Rockefeller Plaza, Louis Licari had at us, and now it's time for the big reveal. Splashy, huh?
A new makeover show on We, You're Wearing That?!?, lets mothers and daughters dress each other. Oh yes, we're going to watch this.
In this week's compilation of pop culture crap, James Franco plummets to his death on General Hospital, Stephen Colbert and Andy Cohen reenact a Real Housewives scene, and dogs that sniff butts for cancer.
A women's center in L.A. has made the news for their attempts to make homeless women a little easier on the eyes. I'll just say it right now: I hate makeovers.
After traveling the world, Jessica was back home in Los Angeles for last night's episode. She visited a high school, where she talked to a few female students about her journey — and their self-image.
In the UK, there's a new version of a popular makeover show: How to Look Good Naked...With a Difference. The "difference?" All the women on this series are disabled in some way:
It's no longer shocking to read stories like the one by Cathy Alter in today's Washington Post, which details the world of image consulting and upscale makeovers for teenage girls. And yet somehow, it's still a bit depressing.
Lindsay Ephgrave may have been thrilled with her televised makeover from hairstylist Charles Worthington, but the switch from blond waves to brown bob shocked her 10-month-old son, Charlie, who burst into tears. [Daily Mail]