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Monday, February 24, 2014

Lydia Hearst

Photo by Peter Gehrke

There are some fashion “trends” that never truly go out of style and fashion’s floral love affair continues for spring 2014. With hand stitched appliqué, cutouts, multicolor and 3D prints, flowers are more than just flowers this season so be ready to embrace your love of nature! Floral is a timeless trend and with all these designs you can practically smell the spring bloom.


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Trending – Super Bowl 2014

Friday, January 31, 2014

Who’s psyched for the Super Bowl this Sunday?! I certainly am! But… In case you haven’t heard, the NFL has changed its bag regulations. “Prohibited items include, but are not limited to: purses larger than a clutch bag, coolers, briefcases, backpacks, fanny packs, cinch bags, non-approved seat cushions*, luggage of any kind, computer bags and camera bags or any bag larger than the permissible size”

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New Year’s Resolutions 2014

Tuesday, December 31, 2013


Exercise more – Put down the cronuts and step away from the computer. It’s time to get in shape. My exercise recommendation for 2014 is BUTI Yoga – Try the 30 day slim-down challenge!

Bizzie Gold Buti Yoga


Spend more time with your loved ones – Remember to make to time for the people you love, not just in 2014, but always. Work comes and goes, but your family and friends are forever. Making time for the people who are important IS important.


Make someone smile – Seems simple, no? Actions speak volumes and make all the difference in the world and making one person smile can change the world – maybe not the whole world, but their world. By donating to Operation Smile you are giving a gift that can change and save a life. If you would like to donate visit  http://www.operationsmile.org/ways_to_give/

operation smile


Take a trip, have an adventure – More easily said than done. But why not make this the year to go on a trip of a lifetime?!

Lydia Hearst Machu Picchu


Relax, stop stressing – Every one of us could benefit from some stress relieving practices; unfortunately most of us are too stressed to even think about this. For starters, find out what is causing stress in your life – whatever the cause (career, family life, personal dramas, relationships, finances, etc…) – and take a deep breath, take care of yourself, try new ways of thinking about and approaching stressful situations, work on letting go of things you cannot change, and don’t be afraid to ask for help if you need it.


Eat Right –  It’s time to start eating healthy and make better food choices for yourself. Making the right dietary and nutrition choices is and should be a necessary part of daily life – Instead of eating out every night start cooking, go to the farmer’s market and most importantly, eat organic and AVOID GMOs!

Lydia Hearst Healthy Recipes


Be happy –  Be yourself.  If others don’t like it, then let them be. Remember that personal success and happiness are not always related. Happiness is a choice. Life isn’t about pleasing everybody; but remember that if you’re good to people, they’ll be good to you.

Lydia Hearst Smile


Learn something new – Whether you decide to take a course or read a book this is the most motivating New Year’s resolution to keep. Personally, I am going to learn a new musical instrument (I already play the flute and piccolo, maybe next I will learn the guitar or piano, possibly both?) in 2014.

Lydia Hearst Music


Watch THE FACE on Oxygen – Series Premier SPRING 2014


Trending – Dry Shampoo & Conditioner

Monday, December 16, 2013

As the saying goes, cleanliness is next to godliness – But it isn’t unusual for me to go four, sometimes five days without washing my hair. I will admit that I don’t mind preserving a fabulous blowout for an extra day or two, or saving myself an extra trip to the salon (as I’m a natural blonde my luscious red locks require quite a bit of maintenance) . But it is true that if you wash your hair too often you are stripping away the oils, causing dryness and damaging both the hair follicles and ends. What’s a girl to do when her sexy hair becomes limp and lifeless. First, there was dry shampoo… and NOW there is Dry Conditioner.

The Dry Shampoos are composed of silica-based formulas which soak up excess oils in between regular, sudsy shampoos and give a longer life to hairstyles. Dry Conditioners boost hydration and heighten shine giving your hair a refreshed appearance without it having to get wet.

Remember these products are not meant to be used on wet or damp hair… It is called DRY Shampoo and Conditioner for a good reason.

Lydia Hearst Dry Shampoo

Psssssst Psssssst Instant Spray Dry Shampoo $8.38

Klorane Extra-Gentle Dry Shampoo with Oat Milk Hair Shampoos $7.50

Cleanse Extend Translucent Dry Shampoo in Bamboo Leaf Scent $22

Lydia Hearst Dry Conditioner

Oribe Soft Dry Conditioner Spray 5.3 oz $33.68

Dry Conditioner $25

Suave Professionals Dry Conditioner, 3.25 oz. $4.86


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Friday, December 13, 2013

Holiday Gift Guide

Shopping is never easy, especially around the holidays! Here are some creative gift ideas for everyone on your list… Everything here is something that I either personally have, use or simply love. These are my recommendations for the gifts you want—and what you’ll want to give your friends and family this Christmas. Enjoy and happy shopping!


Lydia Hearst holiday

Diptyque – Black Baies Candle $90

Fornasetti Profumi – Scented Candle with Lid $165

Jonathan Adler – White Porcelain Muse Noir Candle $68


Lydia Hearst bath scrubs

Double Love Body Scrub with Himalayan Salt & Organic Lavender Essential Oils $24

Organic Body Scrub – Dead Sea Salt Detox – Lemongrass $13.95

Body Polish Sugar Scrub by Holistic Body Therapy 8oz $30


Lydia Hearst Polish Holiday

OPI Nail Lacquer 10 Piece set, Take Ten Mini Kit $25

butter LONDON Lips and Tips $25

MAC Ruffian Manicure set ~ SPECTATOR – Limited Edition, Rare $45.99


Lydia Hearst Jewelry

Alex and Ani Baraka Wrap $48

Jennifer Meyer Set of five 18-karat gold multi-stone stackable rings $875

Typhoon Palace, Monkey Ear Cuff $474.47

Brooke Gregson Astrology 14-karat gold diamond necklace $3,240


Lydia Hearst makeup

Lancome Rouge Etincelle lipstick in a reissued 1955 heritage red hue, encased in Swarovski Crystal, $75

Tarina Tarantino – “Queen For A Day” Special Savings Beauty Set $50

Christian Dior ‘Diorific’ Lipstick $36

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Wednesday, November 27, 2013


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Trending – Nail Art

Monday, November 11, 2013

Lydia Hearst Manicure
French and solid polish manicures have been around forever. They’re safe; they’re even a bit boring. For the past few seasons, “nail art” has been all the rage, and I’m happy to report that this is a trend which isn’t going away. However, the “anything goes” mentality is passé. 

Today, a manicure is all about expression and individuality – it is a chance to be creative and add more flare to your look. Whether you like gels, glitters, mixed 
polish, decals or want to create something chic, unique and all your own you’re nails are sure to be full on fabulous!

Veterans Day 2013

Monday, November 11, 2013

Today, there are over tens of thousands of veterans left homeless and ignored in America. Everyone, at the very least deserves being treated with dignity and respect. Even the simplest act of kindness can change a persons life for the better. This Veteran’s Day, donate to a non-profit organization to help transform the lives of other veterans, inside and out…

This Veteran’s Day donate to Degage Ministries to help other homeless veterans: http://bit.ly/198hfmV

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The Dirty Side of Glamour

Friday, November 8, 2013

Nothing is perfect so learn to love the flaws. It takes a lot of imagination to be a good photographer, and Tyler Shields has just that and more – He sees and creates the extraordinary!

Here are a few images from his book, The Dirty Side of Glamour

The book release party will be TOMORROW Nov 9th at the Guy Hepner Gallery 300 N Robertson Blvd, West Hollywood, CA 90048 7pm-9pm

Lydia Hearst, Tyler Shields

Lydia Hearst

Emma Roberts, Lydia Hearst, Tyler Shields

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Trending – Charity Chic Report

Monday, November 4, 2013

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Lydia Hearst

Our friends at Juicy Couture are finishing up their Wild at Heart campaign by partnering with model and future The Face star, Lydia Hearst. They’ve asked her to handpick a collection of Juicy must-haves in support of Operation Smile, an organization near and dear to her heart that’s dedicated to improving the health and lives of children. Hearst filled us in on what’s she’s doing with the label, how reality life treated her, and where you’ll find her on Halloween.

Tell us about your partnership with Juicy Couture.
I love the concept behind Juicy Couture’s Wild At Heart campaign, which shows girls how to be fearless and passionate. When I decide to pursue something, it’s because I am passionate about it. Read More >

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