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Ever since she rocked a floor length neon gown at the 2012 Emmys, Julie Bowen has been on our radar, even if the character she plays on Modern Family is a firm proponent of the mom jeans and sweater set combination. But the pretty blonde actress hasn’t always had a great grasp on fashion trends. She covers Lucky Magazine‘s April issue, and opened up to her interviewer about being more of a sartorial victim at times than an icon during her time in the spotlight.
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.
Many people — most notably, perhaps, ourselves — took issue with one particular aspect of Lucky‘s December cover, which features Britney Spears in what appears to be one very unfortunate wig. Or, of course, one very unfortunate Photoshop job. Well, it looks like the magazine has heard our cries!
Don’t get us wrong — we love Britney Spears! From her good ol’ days as the princess of pop to her comeback, we’re big Brit-Brit fans. That’s why we’re sad to say that the hair she’s sporting on her upcoming December cover of Lucky is not a good look.
Sofia Vergara plays the hilarious Gloria on Modern Family, but she’s equally as funny in real life. In Lucky‘s November issue, the voluptuous Colombian chats about career, designing for K-Mart, and of course, her bod.
Sorry, we had to.
Lucky is hosting its very first FABB (Fashion and Beauty Blog) West conference today in Los Angeles. They’ve rounded up an impressive list of participants, and we’re excited to be able to bring you the livestream.
Inside the actress talks acne, life in Paris, and how her close friend Demi Moore is holding up.
Fashion magazines have different interpretation of the latest trends, but one trend almost every big glossy is following these days is decreasing newsstand sales.
Earlier this month we reported on a study that said blondes make more money and marry richer men. Apparently the magazine industry also thinks blondes are better for circulation.