When It Comes to Makeup, How Much Is Too Much?
By Shani Saxon-Parrish | 11/06/2008 - 14:54

When Daisy Fuentes showed up at a Burberry event with a smoky blue gray eyeshadow and copper lips, Latina beauty director Angelique Serrano blogged that Daisy was provoking the ghosts of the ’90s with her powerful visage. Angelique is not alone. Readers like Layla Martin, Mexican-American financial administrator of mixed heritage says, "Daisy looks a little clownish in this picture.

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Best Dressed: Eva Longoria Parker Glitters
By Latina Staff | 10/10/2008 - 14:02
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Red Carpet Roundup: ALMA Awards
By Monica Herrera | 08/19/2008 - 12:49

Sunday night's ALMA Awards abounded with fashion scores and strikes, but we came away learning two things from the show's celebrity attendees: 1) Color is our friend, and 2) Shiny satin is not.

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Daisy Fuentes in a Love Triangle?
By Latina Staff | 08/15/2008 - 17:00

Gaby Bo, the ex-wife of Mexican pop singer Christian Castro claims
Daisy Fuentes was behind some of their marital problems. She told
Escandalo TV that she caught her then husband chatting up Daisy at a Los
Angeles mall. When she approached him, he continued his misbehavior, telling the
Cuban American beauty that he loved her and she was really important to him.
Gaby slapped her husband in front of Daisy and eventually they divorced as
Christian became more and more of a scumbag. Nothing shocking there, but how did

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Timeless Style Secrets, by Daisy Fuentes
By Shani Saxon-Parrish | 06/03/2008 - 01:50

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Exclusive: Maria Conchita Alonso’s Hollywood Drama
By Monica Herrera | 04/10/2008 - 19:02

Maria Conchita Alonso, telenovela goddess and la original Latina bombshell, is back!

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Think Pink: It's a Fashionable Cause
By Latina Staff | 01/22/2008 - 10:14

Daisy Fuentes. Judy Reyes. Oscar De La Hoya. Breast cancer doesn't recognize the status of a celebrity. But celebrities can help to bring more awareness to this potentially deadly disease. Both Daisy and Judy's moms are breast cancer survivors. As a result, they've campaigned for more research and free screenings, helped to raise funds and and both appear in public service announcements on behalf of Breast Cancer Awareness.

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