Style Notes: Julianne Hough Covers Redbook; Khloe Kardashian Responds to Workout Criticism

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Khloe Kardashian Responds to Critics of Her Pregnancy Workout Routine [People/Twitter]

Khloe Kardashian, who is about six-months pregnant, is responding to those criticizing her workouts. "For the ones who think they are physicians all of a sudden," tweeted Kardashian, who documented her exercises on Snapchat after unveiling her baby bump via Instagram on Dec. 20. "MY doctor and I communicate and my workouts are cleared and highly recommended. Thanks kiddos! Don't make me stop sharing shit." The expecting reality star also offered a link to a article that noted the benefits of working out while pregnant.

Julianne Hough Recalls Being Called "Fat" Every Day on a Film Set [Redbook]

For Redbook's February issue, cover star Julianne Hough talks about finding self-acceptance and prepping for her role as fitness icon Betty Weider in George Gallo's Bigger ("Basically, I cut down on my cardio and was lifting a lot of weights," she says.) Though Hough now finds herself confident with her body, that wasn't always the case, she says. "I was very self-accepting growing up, then something switched in middle school. I would compare myself to everyone … and later I did a film where I basically was told I was fat every day, yet I was the skinniest I'd ever been," recalls Hough, who adds that when she gets self-conscious now, she'll do "something fun that reminds me of the freedom I felt as a kid before all that happened."


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Claire's Pulls Makeup Products Following Reports of Asbestos [CNBC]

Claire's, a jewelry and accessories boutique favored by tweens, has pulled its glittery makeup products from its stores after a mom sent her daughter's glitter makeup kit to an independent lab, which found that the items contained asbestos. Claire's stated that it would hire an independent lab to test several products and offer "full refunds to concerned customers."


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