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Did Vogue Photoshop Away Claire Danes’ Leg?
Claire Danes is the newest celebrity to get caught up in the great Photoshop debate. Vogue's August cover girl was photographed along with her Homeland co-star, Damian Lewis, for a steamy spread and the images are stunning. The only problem is that many people are finding it quite difficult to locate Danes’ right leg in a shot of the two actors lying together on a bed. It could be hidden beneath the folds of her gorgeous gown, but it’s speculated that Vogue may have accidentally photoshopped it off.
We’ve actually had several staffers take a look at the photo and try to find the missing leg. (It’s actually a pretty fun activity, sort of like an adult version of Where’s Waldo!) We’re unable to tell where the heck her appendage has gone and we’ll be interested to see if the magazine releases a statement now that the Interwebs are buzzing about the image. 
What do you think? Can you see her leg? 
—Geraldine
Follow in the steps of this Seventeen Magazine reader to see what you might able to do about the Photoshopping exercises of your favorite magazines.

Did Vogue Photoshop Away Claire Danes’ Leg?

Claire Danes is the newest celebrity to get caught up in the great Photoshop debate. Vogue's August cover girl was photographed along with her Homeland co-star, Damian Lewis, for a steamy spread and the images are stunning. The only problem is that many people are finding it quite difficult to locate Danes’ right leg in a shot of the two actors lying together on a bed. It could be hidden beneath the folds of her gorgeous gown, but it’s speculated that Vogue may have accidentally photoshopped it off.

We’ve actually had several staffers take a look at the photo and try to find the missing leg. (It’s actually a pretty fun activity, sort of like an adult version of Where’s Waldo!) We’re unable to tell where the heck her appendage has gone and we’ll be interested to see if the magazine releases a statement now that the Interwebs are buzzing about the image. 

What do you think? Can you see her leg? 

—Geraldine

Follow in the steps of this Seventeen Magazine reader to see what you might able to do about the Photoshopping exercises of your favorite magazines.

Then and Now: How to Pull off ’90s-Inspired Makeup

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(Photos: LaFace Records, Sundance Channel, Lisa Frank) 

From the revival of Doc Martins to grunge-inspired runway shows, ’90s throwbacks are everywhere these days. Not that we’re complaining. After all, it was the decade that spawned girl power and an infinite number of crushes on Zack Morris. 

After the New York Times smartly broke down the reinterpreted grunge look in an article last week, we decided to revisit our favorite looks from the ’90s and give them a modern facelift. Cue up your favorite Now That’s What I Call Music! CD and join us on a trip down memory lane.

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4 of Our Favorite Beauty Looks From Last Night’s Emmys

(Photos: popsugar.com)

1) The Side Part: This was one of the biggest trends we saw on the red carpet last night. An easy way to instantly looked more polished, the side part looked amazing on January Jones, who rocked a sleek updo, and on Amy Poehler and Lucy Liu, who both chose to style their hair in off-to-the-side waves.

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The 10 Best Beauty Looks From ’90s TV Shows

Even though we run the risk of dating ourselves, we’ll happily admit that we grew up during one of the best decades of the last century: the ’90s. Who could forget the brilliance that was T.G.I.F. (the Friday night TV lineup, not the restaurant), boy bands in baggy clothes, and of course, scrunchies. In honor of the beauty looks that inspired some of our best (and worst) outfits, here are the top 10 TV character styles that helped shape our youth.

photo: tvloop.com

Name: Angela Chase (a.k.a. Claire Danes)

The Look We Loved: Angela Chase was the perfect on-screen version of us: the constantly questioning, ever-complicated protagonist of My So-Called Life. Her red hair, those brooding blue eyes—which somehow were always lightly done in barely there eyeshadow and eyeliner that really gave extra pop—and so much personality. Thanks for getting us through the tough, icky questions of adolescence, Angela.

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Golden Globes Superlatives

Now that we’ve had a little time to digest last night’s Golden Globes Awards, we’re ready to announce our own personal awards. There were plenty of highs and lows but here are our personal picks and pans.

Most Likely to Hate Their Stylist Now: Natalie Portman. Now, don’t get us wrong: we love Nat and she did look positively glowy (we want that pink lipstick!). But really, that Viktor & Rolf dress was a positive trainwreck. Baby pink plus fake red rose = disaster.

She Just Keeps Getting Better: Helen Mirren. Proof that you can be mature, elegant, and sexy at the same time, Dame Helen Mirren never fails to look stunning. We loved her sassy hair and sleek dress.

My How Far You’ve Come: Claire Danes. Remember My So-Called Life? Claire Danes is light years from Kool-Aid dyed hair and angsty diaries. She looked effortlessly polished in a slip of fuchsia satin - though she could use a couple cookies.

Peachy Queen: Emma Stone. We’re already particular to the juicy shade that Emma Stone was rocking last night, and wow did she wear it well. The Easy A star was California cool from top to bottom.

Glam Goddess: Anne Hathaway. Who knew we’d be so into the sequin plus shoulder pads look? Anne Hathaway blew us away in a shimmering Armani Prive number and mega-watt smile. Plus we love that she’s signed on to appear on Glee!

Want to try your own red carpet look? Try our smokey eyes tutorial.