Irina Shayk has been very quiet about both her relationship with Bradley Cooper (the two have been dating since spring 2015) and her pregnancy. Even after reportedly giving birth in March, there's been no confirmation or indication of the big event on her social media.
On Instagram, she had only been posting old promotional photos or images from previous shoots. Then yesterday, she seemingly posted her first present-day photo–"#currentsituation" she captioned it–of herself wearing a bikini in a pool.
Pre-sunset 🌅😍 #currentsituation
irinashayk(@irinashayk)님의 공유 게시물님, 2017 4월 18 오후 7:30 PDT
DAMN (!!!) is all we'll say.
As far as we knew, the outer bounds of eyebrow creativity were limited to coloring, bejeweling, and maybe some highlighting. But then Finnish MUA Stella Sironen made one small parting for makeup kind, one giant leap for exciting ideas in beauty.
Earlier the week, Sironen posted the first known photo of what she'd later call the #featherbrow, in which the arch's hairs are split down the middle using a glue stick (!!!) for an effect that resembles barbs diverging along a quill. Note 1: She credits her friend Leevi for dreaming up the avian look while brushing her brows. And Note 2 : Get a load of that holographic eye and blue mascara—really nice.
Cherry blossoms signal the true arrival of spring around the world, and their blooms are a beautiful reminder that summer fun is just around the corner. They also inspire some of the most beautiful seasonal beverages, like last year’s Sakura Frappuccino from Starbucks. This year, McDonald’s Japan is heeding our call for sakura-inspired bevvies with the cutest, pinkest drink yet.
To coincide with Japan’s national Sakura festival, McDonald’s has launched the “Sakura McFloat,” a sparkling pink cherry-flavored soda topped with their soft serve. If ice cream isn’t your thing, you can order it without, called a McFizz. The Instagram-worthy drinks are available on the menu at select restaurants along with Sakura-inspired burgers and pink fries!
Don't expect your mom, your guy friends, or your significant others to "get" your love for overalls or #ootd selfies. There are some things only your fashion friends will understand.
Since we spend a lot of time discussing exactly these kinds of things, we've put together something of a list to celebrate the fashion-girl things we all do. They may seem strange to other people, but to us, they're totally normal. So, if you've got a style-obsessed friend, or if you are that friend, this one's for you.