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by Ida Hsiang
We all tuned in for the Golden Globes, formed our own opinions on best and worst dressed, and cheered when our picks for best in category won. But when the main televised event is over, it's the exclusive after-parties that steal the show!The W Magazine after party was a popular one with Mila Kunis and Olivia Wilde both making an appearance. Mila kept it shiny but sleek in black skinny pants and a sparkling tunic with plunging neckline. Classic black pumps and a casual up-do let the glittery number take center stage!Olivia Wilde showed up in a long, gold Grecian-inspired gown with a fitted top giving it a more modern vibe. Minimal makeup and jewelry plus loose bangs complete the look.Only a little further away, self-proclaimed princess, Paris Hilton made an appearance at the NBC afterparty in a sheer pink, sparkling, one-shoulder gown fit for ... well ... a princess! A pretty up-do and matching clutch added to the look. While all these celebs looked amazing, there can only be one winner! So who do you think looked the best at their Golden Globes after-party? Let us know by taking the poll below!And check in on Tuesday when we tell you how to get the winning look for yourself!Photo Credits - Zimbio
by Lisa Topiol
We all know we need to do it. It's there, in the back of our minds... but we never seem to remember. That's right, saving water. Water conservation is something that should be at the forefront of everyone's mind but we all know how hard it is to remember that while scrubbing up in the shower. That's why Paul Priestman has created one of the cleverest little inventions ever! This cool looking pebble gets placed in your shower by the drain and records how long you take your shower. Over time, it progressively shortens your shower time and gets you to conserve water without even thinking about it! You set it once, and the pebble does all the rest of the work. Just pay attention to the color of the dot on the pebble and when it turns red you know you've used too much. The best part about this device? Less than 10 dollars!