Into The Gloss’s Top Shelf, which features celebrities, socialites, and influencers explaining their beauty routine, is often eye-roll inducing because so many famous people love to claim that their skin is flawless from “drinking water” and using a $6 drug store face wash. This week the featured person is… David Beckham! Which makes sense, since he’s promoting his men’s skin care line, House 99, which he gets into, along with his new experiences with face masks. He talks about his infamous hair styles, never having Botox and stealing his wife’s products – he mentions her a few times throughout. This will generate some positive headlines (which have been rare for them lately).
As Lainey and I have both mentioned, John Mayer and Halsey have been flirting on social media, all while insisting they are not flirting. Halsey has had a volatile relationship with G-Eazy (including a breakup, makeup, and another breakup). John Mayer posted a photo with Halsey and then a day later, liked this photo of G-Eazy. Is John Mayer being messy? Fun John Mayer is back.
Miley Cyrus’s new look, which I’ve been tracking, seems to be all-black everything.
I know the focus of this is the grandparent bonding, but I’m so focused on the Christmas tree in the background. Do people put holiday decorations in their bedroom?
Salma Hayek’s husband François-Henri Pinault is the CEO of Kerring, which owns several luxury brands like Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent, Balenciaga, and Alexander McQueen. If you are getting a present from the Hayek-Pinault household, what’s the expectation?
Gwyneth tells Dictionary.com, “You have this job because I know words.”
Sylvester Stallone has wrapped Rambo V: Last Blood, which led me to look up all of the names for the previous installments. Rambo: First Blood, Rambo: First Blood Part II, Rambo III, Rambo, and now this, Rambo V: Last Blood. They really didn’t put much effort into naming number four.
Did you read the recent theory about French fry serving size? Apparently, human adults should only eat 6 per serving. The professor at Harvard who recommended this (he calls fires “starch bombs”) said it would be great if restaurants served a side salad with 6 French fries. This man needs to mind his business.
I don't have time for this kind of negativity in my life right now https://t.co/zFCFvhKMD2— Padma Lakshmi (@PadmaLakshmi) December 4, 2018