Depending how you look at it, vending machines are either really amazing or the bane of your exist. They’re amazing because they pretty much hold the answer to your hunger/junk food craving dilemmas, but they’re the worst when you don’t have any change in your pockets to purchase those oh so sweet delights.
It would be much easier to remember to carry some cash on me if these vending machines sold the following in our hoods (they exist but not near me):
2. Nail Polish
TREND: Paint-Splatter Nails
I’ve somehow developed this nail polish addiction over the summer and been looking for ways to use as many colours as I can. Paint splatter nails are a great way to channel inner kindergartener and at the same time, get all Jackson Pollock artsy.
They’re easy enough to do but just a little messy. Putting tape on the skin around your fingers should do the trick. Next, start with a nice solid base-coat, white is best. Then pour a little bit of nail polish onto a disposable plate. Go back to your kindergarten days by taking a straw, dipping one end in, and blow out through the other end so the paint splatters all over your nails. Use as many colours as you like for a completely unique look.
TREND: Hair braid crowns
Keep your hair looking neat, polished, and, most importantly, up during a hot heat wave with a hair braided crown. It’s a neat alternative to the ponytail and high bun. Instead of the everyday three-strand braid, try a fishtail. If it’s a little too neat for your liking, try tousling the braid a bit to add some texture to your hair.
INSPIRATION: Elle Fanning
WTF: Jeremy Scott for Adidas Fall 2012/2013
Jeremy Scott is a weirdo. I feel like every collection he does is some form of modern art, but with clothes. I never really understand it, but apparently it’s inspiring and very avant-garde. I especially don’t understand his latest interpretation his latest collection for Adidas, especially his “new interpretation on the teddy bears.” It seems more like inspired by Lady Gaga’s kermit dress to me, and she’s probably the only person in the world who would wear these special pataloons. Otherwise, I think teddy bear pants are best left to the display cases.
The entertainment world’s biggest conspiracy right now? Nail polish-gate.
On a recent episode of the MTV reality show, “The Hills,” star Lauren Conrad went on an awkward date with a male model. Her fingernails were painted red. Riveting.
Then, according to the cuts, Lauren ditched her date, rushed home and called boy toy Brody Jenner over to “watch a movie.”
But… her fingernails were no longer painted! Dun dun dun.
It may seem ridiculous, but it is just one example of the mounting evidence that “The Hills” is scripted.
But Lauren insists the rumours are false in this new statement:
“There have been some rumors in the press about The Hills being fake. Many of you have been asking me if the rumors are true. There are false rumors every week about me and I can’t address every rumor out there, but I feel like this was important for me to respond to. The show is not fake and this is really my life.”
Other rumours include that Lauren and Heidi are secretly friends again, and that Audrina and her boyfriend Justin fight on-camera but are very much together when the cameras are off.