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2015/01/24   |   Posted by   |   (0) Comments

Miley Cyrus says we need to talk about sex more.

Especially with young people who think it’s OK to have unprotected sex.

“I think that most of it is just having the conversation and taking away the kind of embarrassment or guilt that people feel attached to sex,” Cyrus tells me.

The “Wrecking Ball” singer is sounding off on sex because she’s the new face of MAC Cosmetics’ iconic Viva Glam campaign. Proceeds from a hot pink lipstick and lip gloss created by Cyrus benefit the MAC AIDS Fund.

“I think the way sex has been made to be seen as bad or guilty, I think it’s just opening up that conversation that’s saying if you’re doing it, protect yourself. And I think young people need to be talking,” Cyrus said.

Earlier in the day, Cyrus visited the Los Angeles LGBT Center’s Youth Center to meet homeless youth and to learn more about HIV prevention.

She impressed that when “you walk in, there is a bowl of condoms right there. You didn’t have to ask.”

Cyrus praised the Viva Glam campaign because it wasn’t about making a profit.

“You don’t see me kind of doing this stuff very often,” Cyrus said. “I’m not the person to go out and say, ‘Buy my lipstick,’ or ‘Buy my this, or, ‘Buy my that.’ This was something I obviously didn’t mind saying…and kind of shamelessly plugging because it’s going towards such an amazing thing. Every penny of it! It’s not halfway going to help and halfway paying someone’s salary. It’s a hundred percent!”

Go, Miley!

What does Cyrus have to saying about her love of being naked? Is her lipstick good for making out? Click the video below to find out.

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2015/01/23   |   Posted by   |   (0) Comments

In the last few years, Miley Cyrus has established herself as a risk-taking, trend-setting musician of icon status. It’s more than fitting then, that the singer, known for her bold choices in both beauty and fashion, is MAC’s Spring 2015 Viva Glam girl, joining the ranks of similarly unapologetic superstars like Rihanna, Nicki Minaj, and Lady Gaga. (What a roster!)

We sat down with Cyrus to discuss the exciting collaboration (proceeds—as in every penny—go towards helping those affected by HIV/Aids), as well as a whole lot more. From her surprising skin struggles to how she handles those Justin Bieber comparisons, Cyrus was refreshingly forthcoming and down-to-earth. Be prepared to fall in love—serious girl-crush material ahead.

How did you decide on the hot pink color for the lipstick and gloss? (more…)

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“Extra’s” Mario Lopez sat down with Miley Cyrus to talk about MAC’s Viva glam line, which benefits the MAC AIDS Fund promoting safe sex.

Miley revealed how her own parents handled the birds and the bees conversation when she was growing up.

“Most people are shy to have a conversation about sex in general or sexuality, I’ve never been that type of person.”

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2015/01/23   |   Posted by   |   (0) Comments

Miley Cyrus is glamming it up as the newest face of MAC’s Viva Glam campaign. Her chic pink-shaded lipstick and gloss are available in stores and online now – and, in good ol’ Miley fashion, she’s been taking to her social media accounts to promote the new line.

While the pics of her posing for MAC are eye-catchingly stunning – and the 15-second teaser she uploaded to Instagram is glitzy and fun – the 22-year-old has caught a lot of flak for other photos and videos she shares on the social media app. (more…)

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2015/01/23   |   Posted by   |   (0) Comments

Forget, at least for a moment, the highly publicized romance, the topless pictures, and that tongue. Miley Cyrus is as confident, strong, and engaging in person as she projects onstage. She is also prettier in person—her lips are even fuller than her Instagram photos portray, and her complexion is flawless. At a recent interview in West Hollywood, she covered everything from her fashion favorites (Jeremy Scott and Marc Jacobs) to her regrettable hair moments: “When I had the really crazy extensions. That was next-level.” She also spoke about her new charity, Happy Hippie (an organization that’s about to launch—which helps homeless youth), and her new role as the spokesperson for the coveted MAC Viva Glam Lipstick campaign, an annual campaign that donates 100 percent of its proceeds from the special-edition lipstick and gloss to the MAC AIDS Fund, a critical campaign that has helped raise much awareness for the cause and $350 million to date.

“Forty percent of the homeless community [in L.A.] is L.G.B.T.(lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) which is why I got behind Viva Glam,” she explained. “MAC is definitely not a bad partnership to have on your side when it comes to making real changes—not just to bring awareness but to bring real financial help as well. It’s good to have friends who want to do the same kinds of things. It’s really cool.” Clearly, MAC Cosmetics is a giver and has been generous with donations to her own personal charity. So, when it came time to collaborate on the Viva Glam product, she went all in. “I was a psycho,” she says, playing the role of beauty perfectionist in order to make sure the lipstick was true to her vision. “I wanted the lipstick to be like hot-pink lava with crushed-up 1,000 disco balls inside. I wanted the set (of the ad campaign) to feel like the lipstick—like I was inside of the tube. That’s what we wanted it to feel like.” Do you know what confident, strong, and engaging people get? What they want. Cue “Wrecking Ball.”

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