The Doctors: Bushy Eyebrows For 2015 + Tackle Ebola Ribbon


The Drs: Bushier Eyebrows For 2015

The Doctors recently shared beauty trends to look out for in 2015. They shared 10 of the top 15, and were ready to reveal the final five. First, thanks to supermodel Cara Delevingne, bushier eyebrows are all the rage. According to Google, bushy brow searches are on the rise, while searches for tweezers and eyebrow plucking have plummeted.

The Doctors: Bushy Eyebrows For 2015 + Tackle Ebola Ribbon

The Doctors shared five more beauty trends for 2015 including bushy eyebrows. Then, how you can get your own Ebola ribbon. (Poznyakov /


Also, a lot of people in the eastern portion of the U.S. are looking into Twiggy eyelashes, thanks to Zooey Deschanel. Also popular in the southwest area of the United States are negative space manicures after being spotted on the runway at New York Fashion Week. The Doctors claim the look helps your nails breathe a little better.

The Drs: High Ponytail & Fermented Foods Trends

People in the south are all about the ponytail lift, because the tight, sleek up-do can disguise greasy hair and pull back skin from the forehead and cheekbones. Gwyneth Paltrow and Sandra Bullock have been seen sporting the look.

The latest beauty trends when it comes to food involve kimchi, sauerkraut and other fermented foods, because they are full of probiotics and enzymes and minerals which can help your skin glow.


The Drs: Hair Care Tips

The Doctors said shampooing can get incredibly confusing, so they wanted to break it down to what really matters. Dr Rachael Ross said you should base your shampoo off your scalp because that’s the living tissue, whereas our hair has already died. The conditioner is the one you want to base off your hair type.

The Doctors then revealed the word of the day: “schedule,” saying that you can use the word schedule to enter for a chance to win a $240 Matrix Hair Care bundle.

The Drs: Reese Witherspoon, Julianne Moore Film Festival

The Doctors then shared their News in 2:00, starting by talking about the Palm Springs International Film Festival which “officially kicked off the race to the Academy Awards.” Julianne Moore talked about her role in Still Alice, saying she had help from the Alzheimer’s Association, and also went to a long care facility to talk to people. She even “watched every documentary she could get her hands on” spending about four months immersed in medical research.

Eddie Redmayne shared that the day after he was cast for his role in The Theory of Everything, he went to a neurology clinic in London and met and spoke to patients and their families.

Reese Witherspoon talked about her movie Wild, saying that Cheryl Strayed wrote the book the movie is based off of with “extreme honesty” and she had to “be as brave as an actor as she was a writer” to do every scene. She said she thought it was a movie that would help a lot of people.

The Drs: Tackle Ebola Ribbon

The Doctors partnered with Microsoft Co-Founder Paul G Allen to raise awareness about Ebola while at the event. Allen recently donated $100 million to help eradicate the deadly virus. The Doctors distributed Ebola ribbons on the red carpet of the event. To receive one of the Tackle Ebola ribbons and donate to the cause, visit

The Drs: How To Completely Empty Toothpaste Tube

Before the end of the show, The Doctors shared a trick for getting all the toothpaste out of the tube. Put the sealed tube in a tall glass of warm water and let it sit for two minutes or so. The tube will expand, releasing any of the paste stuck on the side.


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