4 hair & makeup ideas to steal from Sports Illustrated swimsuit models
Gorgeous and sexy beauty inspiration from the women who grace the magazine's annual issue.
If ever there were a group of women who could give the Victoria's Secret models a run for their money in the gorgeous-sexy department, it's the Sports Illustrated swimsuit models. And lucky for those looking for pretty beauty inspiration, they were out promoting the issue yesterday in all their sultry glory. Here are 4 hair and makeup ideas I spotted on them we can all steal.
You can twist your hair into a bun and leave the ends hanging for a casual-cool effect like Kate Upton:
You can dust on some bronzer and go for shimmery beige eyeshadow like Nina Agdal:
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Just go big and voluptuous...uh, with your hair like Cintia Dicker:
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Or try a ring of copper eyeshadow around black liner like Jessica Perez:
Four simple but incredible hot ideas. Which would you go for?Photos: Getty Images, Getty Images, London Entertainment / Splash, London Entertainment / Splash
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If the girls are Fugly yet intelligent - our species would go nearly extinct because, Guys are not looking a mentalist, They are just looking to get layed by a women with a Beautiful Face and Rockin Body.
In the morning the boys will just go back to their books for intellect !
I'm a guy... the first thing I look at? Her eyes. Is she looking back? Interested? Is she happy? Thoughtful?
A girl might have the greatest curves in creation, but it’s what’s upstairs that really counts. A relationship built on what she looks like isn’t going to endure – you probably won’t even get one date. But engage her mind... now you’re talking (pun intended) and that conversation will lead to greater things than just the bedroom (or the hotel room).
As for all the Neanderthals in the audience… you’re on the way to extinction.
When on a beach - the men are only looking at the waves of their breasts and hips to see whether the girl is surfable or not !
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Instead of just slapping on five creams—then washing your face because, seriously, that stuff is heavy—follow the lead of the pros.
Forget about simple straightening--the flat iron is so much more versatile than that.
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There’s a particular episode of 30 Rock (“Black Light Attack!”, for all the fellow 30 Rock historians out there) in which Jane Krakowski’s youth-obsessed character Jenna goes on a Gossip Girl audition. She thinks it’s for the role of an Upper East Side high schooler, but as she learns in the middle of the tryout, it’s for that of her mother instead. While Tina Fey’s brilliant Liz Lemon later tries to talk Jenna off the cliff, she says, “You can try to fight getting older. You can be like Madonna, and cling to youth with your Gollum arms. Or you can be like Meryl Streep and embrace your age with elegance.”