For a long time, magazines and books provided the blueprint to a well-rounded lifestyle. As the bridge between celebrities and normal folk, we looked to these publications for what to wear, where to go and how to do just about anything like a star. Today, the social media landscape inspires some of our favorite fame monsters to break that fourth wall and speak directly to the consumer.
Check out some of our favorite celebrity lifestyle websites.
The Vixen: Beyoncé
The Site: The BeyHive Blog
Why We Love It: This online hub is to B stans what candy is to a baby. Introduced by King Bey herself in January, the “Beyhive Blog” is her way of showing all of the inspiring things she sees everyday. We can’t get enough of those fashion snapshots. Keep ’em coming, B!
The Vixen: Heidi Klum
The Site: Heidi Klum on AOL
Why We Love It: Who better to get beauty advice from than a supermodel? Heidi Klum’s “little site” on AOL is a one-stop shop for how-to’s on everything from using colored eyeliner to cleaning suede winter boots.
The Vixen: Lauren Conrad
The Site: LaurenConrad.com
Why We Love It: The Hills alumna turned her 15 minutes into lifestyle gold. Proving that reality television isn’t her only talent, Lauren displays expertise in styling with tips on how to wear accessories and the newest trends. Her photo diaries are also distracting–in a good way.
The Vixen: Zooey Deschanel
The Site: Hello Giggles
Why We Love It: New Girl actress Zooey Deschanel lends her quirky style to this online blog dedicated to the hipster lifestyle. With posts about everything from feminism to being an only child, HelloGiggles will distract you for hours upon end.
The Vixen: Tyra Banks
The Site: TypeF
Why We Love It: Fashion. Beauty. Hair. Tyra gets straight to the point on TypeF, where she dishes on looking your best for any occasion. Pay special attention to her “Survival Guide” videos, where you can learn how to apply all of these tips step by step.
The Vixen: AJ Johnson
The Site: The AJ Zone
Why We Love It: AJ left acting behind to promote healthy living, and now it’s a national movement. Her website not only keeps us up to date on who AJ is working with, but how we can live a happier life as well. If you want to “get in the zone,” you have the option of creating your own custom lifestyle plan based on AJ’s advice.