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2015 Aug 01

The Big Beauty Lesson Drew Barrymore Is Teaching Her Daughters

Drew Barrymore is the definition of beauty—she exudes it physically and from within. Her charming, passionate spirit is evident as she gushes about her family, her friends, and her Flower Beauty line, which now includes a fragrance, and a bold and playful 36-piece eyewear collection (in fact, each frame is named after one of her past movie characters). We met up with the actress and entrepreneur to dish about fragrance tips, iconic looks, and the one beauty lesson she is adamant about teaching her daughters.



Lipstick: You’re launching a new fragrance, Sparkling Garden, as part of your Flower line. What’s your best application tip?

Drew Barrymore: I feel a little irresponsible with sprays. I go either too little or too far. I’m not going to lie, I am Mrs. Rollerball now. We did a glass version and they’re chic, pretty and [great for] the girl on the go. I like to put it on the nape of the neck. And another trick to elongating your scent is to spray a little in the hair. As for the rollerball, I use it on the pulse points and a little collarbone because I find that if it’s too high on the neck I can smell it too much. So I kind of do like a wide V. I go collarbone and wrist.


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2015 Jul 30

Exclusive clip from Drew Barrymore’s new movie

Drew Barrymore hasn’t been on our screens for a while now but she’s back, starring opposite Muriel’s Wedding star Toni Collette in Miss You Already.


Drew plays Jess, who lives in a boathouse with her boyfriend and desperately wants a baby; her world is torn apart when her best friend Milly (Toni Collette) is diagnosed with breast cancer and looks to her for support.

The pair have been friends since childhood but as Jess tries to balance her own complicated life with looking after Milly, their friendship is put under increased pressure.


2015 Jul 24

Gallery Update


2015 Jul 23

Drew Barrymore jumps for joy on new book cover

Drew Barrymore has released the cover art for her soon-to-be-released memoir, Wildflower. The actress penned the collection of autographical essays to share her life experiences growing up in Hollywood.

Here it is! #wildflowerbook Out October 27th Click link on bio for pre order

A photo posted by Drew Barrymore (@drewbarrymore) on


As a member of the Barrymore acting dynasty, Drew was propelled into the spotlight at the tender age of seven, thanks to her breakout role in Steven Spielberg’s E.T. Now 40, the actress has had her fair share of up and downs before finding her happily ever after with husband Will Kopelman and their two daughters, Olive, 2, and 15-month-old Frankie.


Wallflower chronicles the Charlie’s Angels star’s tumultuous teen years and her rocky 20s, which left two short marriages in their wake. It also highlights the more than three decades of success the California native has racked up, not only as an actress but also as a producer of films like Donnie Darko, Whip It and He’s Just Not That Into You.


Readers can expect stories that are, “humorous, emotional and welcoming,” says Drew, who is already a best-selling author thanks to her previous works, the 1991 autobiography Little Girl Lost, and 2014’s collection of photography, Find It in Everything.


The busy mom of two admits that it was hard to find time to put pen to paper, telling People magazine, “I have wanted to write a book for many years, but it was a lot to take on. My daughters and my life so far have inspired me to look back and remember moments in my life and write about them.” She also revealed last November that she is scaling back on movie roles to be the best mom she can be, telling Today, “It’s hard to be present when you wake up before them and come home after they’ve gone to bed. That’s just not the way I want to have this journey with my kids at this point in their life.”



2015 Jul 10

First Trailer for “Miss You Already”!

2015 Jul 07

Gallery Update



2015 Jul 04

Why Drew Barrymore Chose Her Beauty & Wine Businesses Over Acting


By Jill Sieracki


All-American actress and mother of two, Drew Barrymore discusses her blooming business, upcoming film, and why Sagaponack is close to her heart.


From high-end cosmetics counters to mass-market retailers, celebrity-endorsed beauty products are pretty much par for the course. But at the offices of Flower, Drew Barrymore isn’t just a face in the ads and the star power behind the publicity for her three-year-old cosmetics company, whose products are available exclusively at Walmart. She is an active executive, innovator, and frequent test subject. “After seven years with CoverGirl—I just had the best relationship and the best time—it taught me so much,” Barrymore says of the brand for which she’s a former spokeswoman. “When I was coming out of my contract, I got this opportunity to start my own cosmetics company, and I knew I would be a part of [choosing] the pigments, the packaging, the marketing, the messaging, the look, the feel—everything. It was all the things I loved doing [as co-creative director of her campaign at CoverGirl].”


Now, Barrymore—who fills her Instagram with selfies of herself covered in Flower brand lipstick smudges, patches of concealers, and a rainbow of nail polishes—is expanding her company to include Flower Eyewear, 36 prescription and sunglass frames perfect for a summer in the Hamptons. Plus, she still makes a little time for acting projects, with her upcoming release, Miss You Already. “I don’t work in films and movies so much anymore. I can’t. It would take me away from my kids too much, and I’m not willing to do that,” says Barrymore. “[Acting will be] every few years at best, and then I’ll just see how that goes. I’ve done two films in five years. And even those, I was like, Wow, I just don’t know how to do this right now with kids.”


Here, the actress talks about her new projects, including her recently released California Pinot Grigio from Barrymore by Carmel Road, spending time on the East End with “her very best friend” and Flower Films producing partner Nancy Juvonen, and prioritizing time with her two daughters, Olive, 2, and Frankie, 14 months, with her husband, art consultant Will Kopelman.

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