In the latest viral internet challenge aptly coined #KarmasABitch, people are sharing videos of their captivating transformations in the blink of an eye.
The struggle is real for Ashley Tisdale, and she’s speaking out about it. The actress attended Elton John’s Oscar party on Sunday night in a glowing royal blue Narciso Rodriguez gown that hugged her perfect frame and showed off her ladylike (while still minimal) curves. Ashley Tisdale went for silk and blue making for a beautiful combination.
When the Oscars wrap up, the fun really begins. But for those not in attendance at the Dolby Theatre, the night’s two big parties are already underway. One major destination: the annual Elton John AIDS Foundation Oscars viewing party, which attracts a wide assortment of stars stepping out for a very good cause.
PHOTO: MIKE PONT/WIREIMAGE/GETTY IMAGES. The word updo just sounds so uptight. It calls to mind the kind of cotton-candy hair in a period film where everyone stares out the window longingly whilst doing needlework — or worse, that regrettable prom photo where you look extra awkward thanks to some crunchy beehive from the local beauty salon. Related: What to Wear If You Can’t Get Kylie’s Lip Kits But when you truly want to feel grown and sexy, like a fancy broad who is out on the town with her S.O., or like a put-together maid of honor in your best friend’s wedding — well, beachy waves just aren’t going to cut it.
Everyone knows Ashley Tisdale from her breakout role in High School Musical (btw, did you know that was 10 years ago?!), now the super multi-talented actress/singer/editor-in-chief can also add designer to her mantle. Not only does she oversee the lifestyle site The Haute Mess, but she also just launched a line of T-shirts with Signorelli.
Photo: Elias Tahan Ashley Tisdale, the actress, producer, and singer best known for her roles in all three of Disney’s High School Musicals and TBS’s comedy series Clipped, is now trying her hand at yet another career: Editor-in-chief of her brand new blog. On Wednesday, the 30-year-old Jill-of-all-trades launches The Haute Mess (pronounced ‘Hot Mess’), a lifestyle website dedicated to empowering young women, while helping them navigate through their sometimes sticky and occasionally painfully awkward 20s and 30s. But GOOP Jr., this is not. To mix up the age-old blonde-actress-turns-lifestyle-guru format, Tisdale is set on making THM a platform for up-and-coming bloggers, or ‘content creators,’ to share their work and ideas, all while growing their own readerships. “It’s not just me blogging,” Tisdale told Yahoo Style over the phone from Los Angeles on Tuesday.