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Thanks for welcoming Scott Barnes to PEOPLE StyleWatch! The celebrity makeup artist has been hard at work lately, releasing his second book, Face to Face, and blogging for People.com. This week, he taps a hairstylist pal to teach us all about the ins and outs of hair extensions:

We’ve talked about how transformative makeup can be, and this week, it seemed time to address the other essential aspect of your everyday look: your hair.

Fabulous hair can be… Continue reading Scott Barnes’s Blog: How to Rock Hair Extensions

rock of ages diego boneta[1] Cine Latino: Diego Boneta, on Singing and Jamming with Tom Cruise in ‘Rock of Ages’

Cine Latino covers, well, all things relating to Latino culture and the movies, every Friday. 

Mexican native Diego Boneta is new to the Hollywood scene, but the young heartthrob is no newbie to the entertainment world, having already hit big in Latin America as a singer and soap opera actor. He makes his feature film debut in Adam Shankman’s movie adaptation of the… Continue reading Cine Latino: Diego Boneta, on Singing and Jamming with Tom Cruise in ‘Rock of Ages’

With “Rock of Ages” hitting theaters this weekend, we can add another title to the library of big-screen rock musicals. Some, like “Rocky Horror Picture Show,” “The Blues Brothers” and “Little Shop of Horrors,” have become movie classics, while others (* cough “Xanadu” cough *) were so ridiculous, they transformed

sally hansen 440x330 Nail Art Alert: Get A ‘Rock Of Ages’ Inspired Manicure!Courtesy Sally Hansen

One of the summer’s biggest beauty trends is nail art — so what better movie to inspire your fingertips than the over-the-top ’80s film Rock of Ages?

Sally Hansen just released a line of nail strips inspired by the movie, which stars a decked-out Tom Cruise, Russell Brand and Julianne Hough. The collection consists of eight limited-edition… Continue reading Nail Art Alert: Get A ‘Rock Of Ages’-Inspired Manicure!

And “Madagascar 3″ with the upset! Last week, while everyone’s chips were on Ridley Scott’s “Prometheus,” the animated sequel took out the rest of the competition with $ 60 million in ticket sales.

Will kids flick make it two weekends in a row? Who knows. From”Men In Black” to “Snow White and The Huntsman,” the box office has been quite fickle-hearted as of late. Now, with the