We all know the term sibling rivalry, but among these Latino celebrities, that idea is nearly non-existent. Find out which of your fave Latino siblings are in the spotlight and doing it well.
Born Sept. 21, 1981
Nicole Richie is a Hollywood personality and socialite. Born Nicole Camille Escovedo in Berkeley, Calif., she is the adopted daughter of singer Lionel Richie. Her biological father Peter Escovedo is of Mexican and African American heritage and Nicole is famous percussionist Sheila E's niece. Richie became famous with her role alongside fellow celeb/socialite Paris Hilton in the Fox reality TV show The Simple Life. She made her acting debut in the comedic drama Kids in America and has guest-starred on several TV series, including Eve, Six Feet Under, American Dreams: 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter and Chuck. Richie has designed her own jewelry, shoes and apparel lines and has written two novels, The Truth About Diamonds and Priceless.
Not sure what the status of your weekend plans are yet? Well, sit and figure it out while catching up on what your favorite Latino celebrities have been up to. Let's face it, they have pretty cool lives.
Nicole Richie just announced her new perfume Nicole, which will launch in September. While we eagerly await for it to hit shelves and eventually our vanity table (the bottle is so pretty!), we're naming our favorite Latino celebrity scents. These will have you smelling great no matter the occasion.
Forget about touching up your roots. The latest hair color trend is all about your ends. Demi Lovato has joined the crop of young Hollywood actresses who have opted to turn their hair into full-blown accessories. We love the look but if you’re afraid of long-term color, here’s how to get hot pink hair without the commitment!
Pull your hair into a high pony, then use the sponge applicator along the ends of your locks for subtle highlights that mimic Demi’s.
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