Curvy stars such as Jennifer Lopez, Beyoncé, or Rihanna are more popular than ever: see to what lengths some women will go to get a fuller figure, and learn how to shape up. Plus: Natasha Bedingfield's favorite beauty products and Sienna Miller's matching secrets.

Get bootylicious like Beyoncé

Black Voices on Beauty reports this week that butt implants - for both Afro-American and Caucasian women - are still popular, even following the stories of women hospitalized in the US after their implants got infected. The blog interviewed LA-based plastic surgeon Dr. Anthony Griffin, creator of the Brazilian Butt Lift during which fat from your body is injected into your buttocks, and he said that this kind of procedure is safer than implants that can be painful and are prone to slipping out of place.
A much easier way to get a firmer, curvier butt, however, is to just work out: there are great, new tutorials by YouTube vlogger Zuzana that focus on getting a sexier figure; her GaGa for Buns tutorial (more than four million views) can be found at the link below.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1k6w1yP5-XY

Look good on the go like Natasha Bedingfield

The British star, who just partnered with haircare brand John Frieda for its latest campaign, has shared her 'lifesaver' products with StyleList: L'Oréal Le Grand Curl Mascara "makes me look awake, even if I'm tired," John Frieda's Go Blonder shampoo and conditioner is "great on the road when I don't have time to get to the salon to have my hair colored," and she loves Clé de Peau Concealer.

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Match your makeup with your hair like Sienna Miller

Also reported on StyleList this week, Miller's makeup artist Brett Freedman believes that, apart from considering your skin tone, you should also match your hair with your makeup:

Brunettes: Opt for more vibrant hues, like plums, burgundies, reds, and metallics.

Black Hair: Put the focus on your eyes with smoky shades like charcoal and navy, and keep lips and cheeks subtle with sheer pinks.

Redheads: Try bright and airy shades like sheer greens for eyes and dewy pinks for cheeks and lips.

Blondes: Play up golden glows with iridescent, shimmery shades.

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