Lauren Conrad

Lauren Conrad Opens Up About 'Challenging' Emotional Journey After Having Kids: 'I Lost Myself'

Lauren Conrad is getting candid about the ups and downs of motherhood. While appearing on the debut episode of the new podcast Perelel Lives that dropped Tuesday, the Laguna Beach alum and mother of two opened up about the struggles she experience post-pregnancy, telling host and Perelel co-founder Alex Taylor that she "lost herself" after the birth of 4-year-old son, Liam.
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Lauren Conrad launches first fragrance inspired by ‘love languages’

The Hills star Lauren Conrad has announced the release of her first fragrance, LOVED.The reality star, who founded her own fashions lines LC Lauren Conrad and Paper Crown, told her 5.8 million Instagram followers that she had been working on the new scent for years.She posted a promotional photograph of herself holding the fragrance bottle, which is a white hexagonal bottle with a cap shaped as a barely-opened white flower bud.“Inspired by the sureness of touch and the strength of time spent together, LOVED is a familiar floral scent, designed to be the perfect gift for anyone you love, including...

Lauren Conrad Shares How She Learned the Value in Saying No

Welcome to E!'s Tales From the Top, our series on women who are leaders in their fields and masters of their craft. Spanning industries and experiences, these powerhouse women answer all the questions you've ever had about how they got to where they are today—and what they overcame to get there. Read along as they bring their resumés to life.

Lauren Conrad Shares Holiday Gift Picks for Little Ones

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Lauren Conrad Uses These $10 Hair Pins ‘Every Single Day’

Us Weekly has affiliate partnerships so we may receive compensation for some links to products and services. Lately, we’ve been looking at old pictures of ourselves wondering what happened to our thick, voluminous hair. Our strands have fallen flat, tarnished by color treatment and split ends. Gone are the days when we realistically reenacted shampoo commercials. Now we feel like the “before” picture in a haircare ad. And we’re desperate to become the “after”!

Christine Quinn Gets Candid About Shoes, Pick-Me Girls, and Lauren Conrad

Christine Quinn is the perfect villain. Complete with blonde extensions and a low tolerance for lying, the Selling Sunset realtor was seemingly made in a reality TV show factory. Between spitfire quips, scenes from a “sexual Phantom of the Opera”-themed engagement party, and not being able to operate a Keurig because of her fresh manicure, Quinn easily won over viewers despite her traditional mean girl stereotype. Somehow, she was able to morph her brand as the antagonist from inadmissible to wholly likable, due in part to her self-awareness of playing the role. (Davina, on the other hand, is another story.)