Hot Look of the Day: HyperLips!

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HyperLips: Wearable plastic lips that give the user a goofy, lopsided rictus grin (and who doesn't want THAT?). "Conceived for people who are just looking for a bit of fun, the prosthesis is a rigid food-safe apparatus that forces a facial expression onto its wearer," reads a statement from LA brand Artecnica, which has just put the HyperLip into ... See the Rest

The Only Pic You Need to See From Last Night’s Teen Choice Awards

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Irrepressible whelp Tyler Posey co-hosted the Teen Choice Awards aka the Say-A-Bunch-of-Corny-Platitudes-to-THE-CHILDREN Awards, and at one point he gamely dressed up in luau drag, complete with grass skirt and coconut bra. And if you had any lingering doubts about Tyler's heterosexuality, they were dispelled by the end of the evening. That boy is ... See the Rest

Hot Look of the Day

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See the supercool look this guy is sporting after the jump.  ... See the Rest

Digitally Enhanced FutureHumans Are Coming!


As we become ever more reliant on digital technology, virtual skins and digitally rendered faces are certainly in our future, according to designer Jenny Lee, who worked in collaboration with creative services agency Holitionto to create this video. Digital Skins are seen using AR (Augmented Reality) Bionic Contact Lens. These lenses allow people ... See the Rest

Hot Look of the Day: The Norwegian Olympic Curling Team Uniforms

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Retro Hot Look of the Day: Candice Bergen in the ’60s

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I live for that that gorgeous pile of Baby Jane Holzer-inspired hair, those well-scrubbed good looks, and her thoroughbred style. ... See the Rest

InstaGlam/Hot Look of the Day

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A tinsel-bearded Krampus courtesy of Australian clubkid Gendermess. Love it. (via Instagram) ... See the Rest

Hot Look of the Day


I sort of see the cancer-riddled Roger Ebert as done by Emilo Pucci in this. It's from the Art of Face project by Russian photographer Alexander Khokhlov in collaboration with the make-up artist Valeriya Kutsan (both based in Moscow, so there's no chance of getting them for Transformations, I already thought about it). ... See the Rest