Every year, the Glam Network hands out awards to various vanguards of beauty, style, fashion and celebrity. Below are the winners of this year’s Glam Network Awards.
Temptalia is the eponymous (in a way) blog site of 22-year old San Francisco native Christine Mielke. The Economics and Political Science bachelor’s degree holder created Temptalia at first as hobby, as she enjoys meeting fellow makeup aficionados online. She now works part time (as she is still a part-time student) on her Blogsite (she is also the editor of Temptalia), as well as freelance consultant for various endeavors ranging from blog analysis/mentorship, public relations, social media, and writing. Temptalia is still well-known for its in-depth analysis and evaluations of the latest MAC collections. Eventually, the blog content grew and opened itself up to both MAC and non-MAC brands alike as well as including tutorials, how-tos, and beauty-related articles.
Fashion: The Fashion Police
The Fashion Police was launched on September 2006, as a jocular reporting on the beautiful and ugly side of celebrity fashion. It now receives up to 500,000 visitors per month. It is also updated every weekday with news, views and reviews from the world of fashion and has been featured in The New York Times, on DaveBarry.com and on the BBC Radio program, Vanessa Feltz Show.
Celebrity/Entertainment: The Celebrity Café
The Celebrity Café was founded b y journalist Dominick A. Miserandino, author of two travel/humor books, "How to Survive Your First Year of Marriage by Traveling" and "Mother-in-Laws, Shopping, and Baby Talk, Oh My!"
The Celebrity Café publishes celebrity interviews; travel stories, movie reviews, CD reviews, book reviews, contests and trivia games. Launched in 1995, it’s the longest running entertainment publication on the web, receiving up to 4.8 million readers per month.
Lifestyle: Health Castle
HealthCastle.com is the most complete online nutrition community that is run by Registered Dietitians.
Health Castle’s goal is to "spread the goodness of nutrition" and "empower people to better manage their health through healthy eating." (Source: healthcastle.com)The website focuses chiefly on preventative health.