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You can’t have her $3.7 million Brentwood home, but you can probably afford some of its furnishings.
Fact: Lauren Conrad‘s tresses would totally beat ours in a hair-off. She experiment with trends and nails it every time, and while we won’t take her advice on business, we will gladly take her advice on haircare.
While we’ve been giving you easy-peasy Halloween costume ideas, Anna Dello Russo, Padma Lakshmi, Heidi Klum, and more have been plotting their over-the-top ensembles. When it comes to dressing for Halloween, a simple store-bought costume just won’t do it for celebs, and a standout look requires lots of planning, hair extensions, and probably a fashion assistant or two.
The Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic is always a star-studded event, and this year did not disappoint.
Lauren Conrad is something of a hair hero. Her locks are just so shiny and bouncy, plus she’s fearless when it comes to tonsorial experimentation.
In case you were wondering, Glamour is serious about this redesign. Yes, the magazine is clearly willing to shake things up, which is why its May cover features a topless Lauren Conrad.
We’re not huge fans of Lauren Conrad‘s Forbes column, but she did drop an interesting bit of knowledge in her most recent entry. Listen up, folks: Conrad will be launching a beauty product line very, very soon.
While there are plenty of reasons to not like Lauren Conrad (reality shows, tonedeaf advice articles for Forbes), it’s pretty hard to hate on her hair. It’s thick, it’s shiny, and while it it runs the gamut from brown to blonde to ombre brond, it always looks good. That said, like Conrad’s “character” on The Hills, it’s also ever so slightly boring. Until now.
Ok, we were totally willing to give Lauren Conrad a chance when she announced her new gig as Forbes’ lifestyle contributor. But, now that we’ve had a chance to read her first post, we can wholeheartedly say it is really bad.
There are a lot of things people will pay celebrities to do — Lindsay Lohan’s 18-second commercial for Beezid being a prime example — but you can file this pairing under things we absolutely, never ever in a million years ever thought would happen: Lauren Conrad is Forbes‘ newest contributor.
Because famous people love side projects, Lauren Conrad has signed up with the editorial arm of a new beauty blog called The Beauty Department.
Back in September, Lauren Conrad announced she would be doing yet another reality show for MTV. The Laguna Beach/Hills alum explained the new series would focus on her professional life (fashion!), without any of the messy personal stuff. Alas, the network decided to pass on the documentary-style show after Conrad filmed a pilot. Why? Let’s play a round of he said/she said!
When we think Lauren Conrad, we think blonde. Blonde with really dark, desperately-in-need-of-retouching roots — but blonde nonetheless. This week the reality TV star and fashion designer unveiled a new brown ‘do that threw us for a loop. What do you think of her dark locks?
While we can’t figure out what exactly Lauren Conrad was doing at VH1′s Save The Music Gala (she has nothing to do with music and is an MTV star, after all), we do have a hefty respect for her sartorial sensibilities — and it’s not often we get to see her go floor-length glam.
Lauren Conrad just finished up the book-signing tour for her new book, “Lauren Conrad Style.” And like any responsible young author, she took some time to download the hilarity of the tour on late-night television. Last night she went on “George Lopez Tonight” to talk about about pregnant women who stood in line for her while they were in labor and being so tired she didn’t even know what state she was in. But by far the funniest part of the segment was when Conrad talked about being attacked by monkeys in Bali.
Almost all of the November covers are out by now and, with the exception of Anne Hathaway’s gloriously red cover for Vogue, they all feel, well, kinda summery. But let’s take a closer look, shall we?
Lauren Conrad has two reality television shows under her belt (and a third on the way!), two clothing lines, two books, and what is apparently a very health sense humor. In a PSA filmed for Ryan Seacrest’s radio show, Conrad sounds off against the scourge of “Fashion F*ck-Ups” (FFUs) currently plaguing men and women around the world.
Half of Lauren Conrad‘s life has been chronicled on TV, but she didn’t really have much input in Laguna Beach or The Hills. So when it came time to make arrangements for her new show on MTV, Conrad made sure she’d be in control.
Just a couple days ago we mused about Lauren Conrad‘s latest foray into reality TV. The Laguna Beach and Hills alum played coy, but we had a few ideas about what this show could possibly be about. Looks like we were right (see item #4, thankyouverymuch)! Conrad’s new show will be about fashion, people!
Lauren Conrad, that not-forgotten former reality TV star, used to pine about how much she wanted to have a normal life. Of course, that could have been part of her scripted reality. Nevertheless, when she told Ryan Seacrest that plans were in the works to bring her back to MTV‘s reality TV lineup, our hearts skipped a beat. For fear of violating some contract or other, Conrad wouldn’t tell Seacrest what the show is about, but we have a few ideas.