RIHANNA took the guest spot for the finale episode of X Factor UK performing “Stay” and her heaving hitting dance track “We Found Love.”
Dressed in a demure (for RIHANNA) cut out white crop top and skirt, RIHANNA belted out her love ballad, before turning it up in Manchester with her Talk that Talk single “We Found Love.”
Vocals were a tad suspect, but RI-RI will always know how to rock a crowd.
Check out the video above…
From book deals to clothing lines LOZADA has decided to make fitness her newest business venture.
TMZ reports that the reality starlet has landed an six figure endorsement deal with an organic and caffeine free energy company called youthH20, as well as on her way to signing a deal to become the face a workout equipment company.
On top of all of that, LOZADA is in the works to create her own brand of workout videos.
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Don’t sleep on TANK.
The R&B vet is making sure we know he’s still here with the sexy sultry visuals, for the single “Compliments,” featuring rapper T.I and newcomer KRIS STEPHANS.
The track is classic R&B, and comes off his latest album, This Is How I Feel . This Is How I Feel entred the U.S. Billboard 200 album chart at No. 9.
The son of the legendary REV. RUN, says he is fully confident with his rapping abilities and believes that he is one of the best lyricists in the game.
“I mean, I personally just think I am [realest rappers] Lyrically, my content, subject matter, just everything that I’m about makes me feel that I am,” Diggy replied when asked by Hip-HopDX the track on his album in which he makes the bold claim.
“And it’s not coming from a cocky place or anything; it’s just the way that I feel about myself. And I feel like that’s how everybody should be: not look for approval from others to feel as though they can be or do whatever it is that they want to do.”
The 17-year-old released his debut album Unexpected Arrival last month, and while he has impressed some fans, older hip-hop heads are having a hard time taking him seriously.
Freshly shaped eyebrows are like mini makeovers. When your brows are done you feel better about how you look, not to mention it’s a quick fix that brings life back to your face.
Every women has their own regimen to how they get their eyebrows looking perfect, but when trying to achieve that perfect shape which is better waxing or threading?
Take a look at some pros and cons of eyebrow threading vs waxing, and decide if you are doing the right thing for your brows!
Threading is an ancient method of hair removal which originated in parts of India, the Middle and Far East, and withing the last six years has gained popularity in the US.
Threading is a hair removal technique that uses 100% cotton thread, that’s twisted and rolled along the surface of the skin entwining the hairs in the thread, which are then quickly popped from the follicle. Usually the technique is more precise than waxing and allows for sharper lines, but also causes a stronger pain. Threading is best for those who have sensitive skin, because through out the process not much touches your actual skin.
The technique is rather inexpensive because it does not require costly chemical ingredients. It’s a stretch, but you could even go as far to say that threading is the more natural choice to shaping brows.
As opposed to waxing, the top layers of skin are not peeled off, or traumatized leaving very little inflammation. Because hair is taken of all at once, it gives your brow a more distinct shape. However, if done incorrectly threading can cause uneven brows, hair breakage, ingrown hairs, or unnecessary pain.
Eyebrow waxing, like threading, is a semi-permanent hair removal technique and is the most common way to shape brows. Brow waxing uses hot wax, shaping stick, and small cloths or paper to remove hair from the root. After wax is applied on top of unwanted hair, pressure from cloth or paper is applied on top of the waxed area, and then ripped off in the opposite direction of hair growth to remove hair.
Although waxing lasts longer than tweezing and/or shaving, more times than not the waxing technique will use a combination of all three processes. What seems to be as quick as 1, 2, 3, causes pain that often takes some getting used to.
Waxing is not for sensitive skin as the pulling of the cloth and paper usually causes irritation, redness, and even breakouts.
Cost for threading varies depending on where you get the services, and so does final results.
The sapper(=singer+rapper) got NSFW when shooting the video featuring urban model Kyra Chaos winding and grinding in front of a mirror and a webcam.
Dressed in grey jeggings and cropped black top, Kyra “practices” for a mystery man, that is revealed to be none other than DRAKE at the end of the video.
If you think you can do better, DRAKE is requesting females send in their own “Practice,” videos to Practicevideo12@gmail.com.
Oh boy, here we go…
Our multi-season lip savior of choice is L’Oreal Colour Riche Balm.
Sony Pictures TV announced Monday that QUEEN LATIFAH has teamed up with WILL and JADA PINKET-SMITH to create an Oprah inspired daytime TV talk show, to launch in 2013.
Yes, we thought the days of ‘the talk show’ were over now that reality TV has taken precedence, but the QUEEN is ready to call it a comeback.
With 1999′s The Queen Latifah Show, produced with Warner Bros.’ Telepictures under belt, this time around LATIFAH plans to last longer than just two seasons.
LATIFAH and the SMITHS will executive-produce the new talker, to add to the large number of companies owned and managed by the trio and their already established working relationship with Sony.
While some fans are ready to pull out their hair over this NBA lockout, MONICA and her LA Laker hubby SHANNON BROWN couldn’t be happier.
MONICA tells the Russ Parr morning show that she and her boo thang have been, ‘”Locking in with each other and enjoying the time together.”
The couple who secretly wed in what most would call a whirlwind romance back in January, are taking BROWN’s time off to get to know each other even better.
“My husband and my kids absolutely come first,” Monica told ESSENCE. “Work is just something where I figure out where it will fit.”