Resident make up expert Zara put male cosmetics to the test recently thanks to our two willing guinea pigs, Sean Hannam and Stuart Waterman.
From the gilded mouth of our My Chemical Toilet Editor, Stuart:
Are you ga-ga over Burial‘s album?
Are you? Really? Or do you feel you have to say that because loads of chinstrokers have? I have to admit I found the album dull. Maybe you need to listen to it on a night bus going through south London at 4am or something to really get into its dubstep vibe. I only travel by limo, so I don’t know if I’ll ever really “get it”.
After my latest embarrassing fashion incident, I asked different Shinies“What Is The Most Outrageous Thing You’ve Ever Done In The Name of Fashion?” The answers were varied but pretty hilarious all-round.
Are music website t-shirts the new band t-shirts?
Over at My Chemical Toilet Stuart is giving us a blow-by-blow account of the Sorum Noce opening in his own inimitable style:
Matt Sorum, drummer of Velvet Revolver, has launched his very own fashion label with a man called Max Noce. No, I don’t know how you’re supposed to pronounce Noce. Their label is called… wait for it…
Part two of the Stuart Waterman makeover, and I have to confess that after applying the eyeliner I laughed like I have never laughed before in my life, emitting some sort of inhuman cackle!