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    I have cake face right now — and I’m going to bet you do too. It’s nothing to be ashamed of. It’s just a reality of life as a girl living in a polar vortex.

    Cake face (or chalk face) is what happens when you apply foundation and concealer directly over severely dry, flaky skin, inadvertently giving yourself the Donatella Versace makeover special.

    Celebrity makeup artist and hairstylist Tami El Sombati, who has worked with clients like Drake, Justin Bieber, Lauren Collins and Cody Simpson, sees her fair share of dry skin in the winter. For her, good skin care is the first step to reclaiming summer’s dewy glow. 

    "I find I need to exfoliate more often, and follow up with toner and moisturizer,” she says. “You need to prep your skin before applying any makeup so it doesn’t sit on flakes or cake in the more dry areas. I also moisturize overnight with something richer than I would typically use year round. Making sure you’re drinking enough water and staying hydrated from within is super

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  • From Dakota Johnson’s glittery Chanel frock to Amal Alamuddin Clooney’s glam vintage Dior look, stars showed off their best looks at the 72nd annual Golden Globes on Sunday night.

    While some celebs flopped on the red carpet, we saw dozens of gorgeous gowns — a good indication that 2015 is off to a fashionable start.

    On Sunday, we asked Yahoo Canada users to weigh in and vote for their favourite red carpet look of the night. 

    And the winner is…Kate Hudson!

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    Twenty nine per cent of voters thought that the 35-year-old actress deserved the best-dressed title for her curve-hugging Versace gown. 

    Not far behind was Amy Adams, who won over 22 per cent of voters in her icy blue dress, which was also designed by Versace.
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    In third place came Amal Alamuddin Clooney, with 17 per cent of votes. 

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    "Amal Clooney got it right," writes one user.

    "There’s only one woman, of the pix I’ve seen, who is dressed like a successful, intelligent adult who respects herself and her own privacy, and that’s Amal Alamuddin

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  • The Golden Globes may just be a precursor to the Oscars, but that didn’t make the red carpet any less of a pseudo haute couture runway show. Everyone appeared to be looking their absolute best.

    As is the case with all award shows, some celebrities dazzled while others fell painfully flat. 

    Here are some of our favourite trends that emerged from this year’s Golden Globes.

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    Being matchy matchy with the red carpet was a noticeable trend at this year’s Golden Globes. The bombshell shade was seen in abundance on Sunday night, on the likes of Taylor Schilling who proved her red Ralph Lauren gown is definitely the new black. “Girls” star Allison Williams also shone in red in Armani Prive, as did Julianna Margulies and Catherine Zeta-Jones.


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    A little sparkle in a sea of stars makes perfect sense. This year’s Golden Globes saw a number of attendees in sparkles and metallics that lit up the red carpet. Julianne Moore wore a somewhat busy but still extremely flattering sequin dress

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