Beauty Hair Celebrity Hairstyles September 2007 By InStyle Editors InStyle Editors Instagram Twitter InStyle's mantra is "Everybody's in," and that means anyone who finds their way to our stories should find themselves reflected in them. We prioritize bringing the right writer to every story and sometimes collaborate as a team to ensure we're including points of view across race, gender expression, body size, skin and hair type, and more. Our editors and writers comprise decades of expertise across the beauty, fashion, lifestyle and wellness spaces in print and digital. We prioritize journalistic integrity, factual accuracy, and also having fun with every story we share. For more about our team, click here. InStyle's editorial guidelines Updated on April 6, 2015 @ 01:53PM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: Time Inc. Digital Studio September 2007 01 of 06 Fabulous Forties Mark Sullivan/WireImage The best accessory for this fall's amp#252;ber-hot red lips? Glamorous Rita Hayworth-inspired curls. 02 of 06 Fabulous Forties Craig Barritt/JPI "It's a young, sexy version of that Old Hollywood look," saysJessica Alba's stylist, Robert Ramos. 03 of 06 Fabulous Forties Albert L. Ortega/WireImage Ramos created Alba's soft waves by curling hair with a1-inch-barrel iron and then setting sections in pin curls for 10 minutes before brushing out. 04 of 06 Fabulous Forties Kevin Mazur/WireImage To ensure movement, he used only a tiny bit of hairspray. "It shouldn't be stiff," says Ramos. 05 of 06 Skin-care Boosters Time Inc. Digital Studio We all know stability is a good thing to look for in a mate, but not everyone realizes how important it is in skin-care products. When exposed to air, many ingredients degrade (remember that vitamin C cream that turned brown?). To prevent this, companies such as My Blendand Philosophy now offer boosters that you mix daily (Philosophy) or every two weeks (My Blend) into your regular skin-care cream. "It's a great idea because it keeps the active ingredients concentrated and stable," says New York dermatologist Jeannette Graf. 06 of 06 Luxury Perfumes Time Inc. Digital Studio If money is no object, get awhiff of the newest nectar of the gods. Yü, a limited-editionFrench fragrance made from champac flowers and jasmine, isconsidered so precious it's being sold-by invitation only-for acool $5,000. Also causing a sniff among high-end noses: Acqua diParma's Colonia Edizione Murano, a heady blend of citrus,rose and lavender for $950. And you thought gas was expensive.