Golden Globes Fug or Fab: Heidi Klum


Is it me, or has Heidi Klum just…stopped aging? Is there a serum for that?

But enough about ME. What do you think about it?

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  1. Crystal
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    it’s like she’s just stopped trying, because what’s the point of trying when, with no makeup and a taupe sack, she still looks better than the majority of the women there that are half her age.

  2. theotherjennifer
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    and she’s getting it from Seal. That explains the great glowing skin and happy face. L

  3. Anne B
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    I think this is a page from the holy Angelina Jolie Book Of Couture.

    “And I say unto you, how many children have thee to tend? Be it more than two, thou shalt wear whatever the f**k thou wouldst to events involving your appearance.”

    Heidi is a busy, happy, working mom. She opted for comfort, and still managed to bring the Fab. That’s pretty much the definition of a Well Played, no?

    • Sonya
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      Haha, that is my favorite comment ever. I want to read the rest of the Angelina Jolie Book of Couture.

      • Ruby
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        However, she must have skipped the chapter where it reads ‘Thou shall not smile, not even a wrinkle shall come forth unto thou lips, lest thou face crack into a million peices’.

        Smile = best accessory ever!

    • Sajorina
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      @AnneB: I think Angelina has a point!

  4. lisas
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    SHE is amazingly beautiful. The necklace is gorgeous and I want it. I detest skin dresses.

  5. Sandra
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    The dress is as bad as that oatmeal-ish thing we all hated on Angelina Jolie last week. Nothin’ wrong with Heidi herself. Anybody who looks that happy doesn’t need to worry about one stupid dress.

  6. Lina
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    Right, so, supposedly she chose the jewels first and then looked for a dress. Why she chose THIS dress escapes me completely. A little bit of shape would have helped so much and not detracted at all from the turquoise.

  7. Mair Mair
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    You know, there’s beige and there’s oatmeal and there’s nude. And then there’s flesh-colored. As in, the color of flesh. Dislike.

  8. The Other Molly
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    Is it some new fashion trend in Celebrity-ville to have bad, dark roots that needed touching up a month ago?

  9. JennyLou
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    Didn’t Heather Locklear wear this several years ago?

  10. Liz
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    She annoys me for no rational reason and thus, I can’t be impartial here.

  11. Erin
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    ON Fashion Police on E George was annoyed that she took a Calvin Klein, which is supposed to be about simplicity, and added this huge necklace, which transformed it into a Michael Kors.

    Either way I don’t like it.

  12. corriner
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    I do think its looks very Michael Kors rather than Calvin Klein, but had she not worn such gorgeous jewelry, (which arguably makes the whole look,) this would have been a fug for sure.

  13. Ang
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    A necklace like that is the only reason to ever wear a dress like this. I despise the flesh-colored trend, and combined with unflattering shapelessness it’s even worse, but this showcases that turquoise beautifully and the overall look works. Barely. Because it’s Heidi Klum.

  14. ceecee
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    I don’t like the back. It doesn’t look unstructured, it looks like she just forgot to zip it up. The necklace saves this otherwise bland, boring, forgettable dress.

  15. witjunkie
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    “Best in the Blah category” HAA!!

    But see here. For so many posts I’ve resisted the urge to write “for the love of pete, wear some frick’n JEWELRY!” But so many are wearing these plain, solid tops/dresses, or else a large expanse of chest, without anything; so it must be a thing, and I don’t want to sound like someone’s mom. Hence, I wholeheartedly concur that she looks fantastic because she had some color and texture breaking up the sea of solid.

  16. Alice
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    Her hair is so swooshy! It’s all I can focus on.

  17. vandalfan
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    The necklace and ring are the only thing not making me cry. The dress, because it’s an open backed beige sack, and Heidi because I weep with envy.

    (Methinks Beige might be a better word than Nude or Flesh, because we have all kinds of people in this big world, and not all of them are Caucasians. I learned this from crayons.)

    • LibraryChick
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      Yes, vandalfan is right about the “color” issue. However, some of us grew up in the days when Crayola still had “flesh” as a weird pinkish/peachy tone that didn’t look like the skin of anyone I knew. Old habits dies hard for some folk, I guess.

      Re: Is it me, or has Heidi Klum just…stopped aging? Is there a serum for that?

      There was one Heidi used to sell in cooperation with Guthy-Renker. Whether she actually used it on herself is another question. Apparently it’s not around anymore, though some folks might try finding it on eBay.

      http://www.inaninstant.com/discontinued/discontinued.php

      Comments I saw on the product were mixed, to say the least.

      http://www.realself.com/blog/heidi-klum-in-an-instant-anti-aging-skincare

    • LibraryChick
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      Yes, vandalfan is right about the “color” issue. However, some of us grew up in the days when Crayola still had “flesh” as a weird pinkish/peachy tone that didn’t look like the skin of anyone I knew. Old habits dies hard for some folk, I guess.

  18. Anita
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    I think the name of the serum is BOTOX. Very, very well used Botox. Just a little bit and sparingly injected and the result is fantastic instead of frozen in surprise.

    • Claire L
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      I think you’re right…. and I really want THAT kind of Botox. She has all of the lines that makes a woman’s face interesting and none that make it old.

      As for the dress….. whatev’s… the woman can pull off female monkey body suits…. ain’t no colorless gunnysack gonna bring down her brand of fabulous.

      • Kit
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        She has all of the lines that makes a woman’s face interesting and none that make it old.

        But, but… she ISN’T old! She’e 38. She has all of the lines of a 38 year old woman! lol

      • Claire L
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        @Kit… I’m 38….. trust me…there are a few extra ones that aren’t as interesting as hers…. Granted, I get it, better genes, more spay options….. but in the past 2 years time has really decided to test my self esteem. I’m not putting her down… but as a woman who is closing in on 40 at the same speed ( chronologically) as Heidi…. I am considering one of those jobs swinging signs on the street corner in order to dig my heels in ( aesthetically) as well as she is.

      • Claire L
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        Spay should have been SPA ( LMAO)….

  19. Kit
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    Can we STOP calling these dresses “nude” and “flesh” coloured? They’re only “nude” or “flesh-coloured” if you’re white – which most of the population of the world, isn’t.

    She’e wearing a beige dress with pink undertones and it’s fug. But the necklace is cool and she look gorgeous and happy. Gotta be “well played at life”. :)

    • Ellie
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      I agree, I feel like a jerk whenever I describe them as nude or flesh.
      I guess, it just feels natural to call it nude or flesh, because we almost exclusively see it on women who are this same colour. You don’t need to dress in beige Heidi, you’re already covered in it.
      But she does look happy, so what do I know? Do whatever you want.

  20. Kit
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    @Claire – I guess it’s genes then – I’ve turned the corner on 50, and I have light forehead wrinkles for the first time in my life, but still don’t have any around my eyes or my mouth. Beloved Spouse at 62 has no. forehead. wrinkles.at.all. which is immensely annoying. lol

    • Claire L
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      Grrrr…. No, it IS genes, ( and I will blame much on it on my faulty thyroid…that really kicked me good. It seems that when it went is when my skin really began to suffer.)….. But…. I won’t go down without a fight!!!…. I don’t mind expression lines, it’s the other ones that are really getting to me. So I will hope that Heidi has had just a touch of work ( just a teeny tiny little bit? I mean…really?? haha)…. because then I know there’s help for me too. ;)

  21. Mahastee
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    No. The dress is awful – bad cut and NUDE AGAIN AAAAARGHHH!!

    Slapping on some turquoise at the last minute isn’t going to save it.

  22. Sajorina
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    The only nice thing about this look is the jewelry! I dislike that shapeless nude straight sack and, as beautiful as she is, I find her hair & makeup blah! FUG!

  23. JanetP
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    Heidi Klum can pretty much do no wrong for me. So, on her, this is a Fab. On anyone else? Fug.