Relative newcomer Christian Cota debuted his cubism-inspired Fall collection at NY Fashion Week. Head makeup artist and MAC Pro expert Fatima Thomas talks us through the beauty trends seen at his runway show.
Backstage at the 2010 Fall/Winter Rachel Roy show at New York Fashion Week, head makeup artist Wendy Rowe gets the models ready for the runway and clues us in on the top Fall beauty trend to be on the look out for.
At the Alexa Chung for Madewell debut, we got the inside scoop from head makeup artist Tamah Krinsky on the natural, radiant glow seen on the models who were inspired by Alexa herself. Hear her Fall forecast on beauty trends and more from 2010 New York Fashion Week.
Many of us take public transportation to and from work, which makes me think you've been witness to women primping on the bus or the train a few times too many. Public grooming has always been a pet peeve of mine, and as it turns out, Emily Post agrees:
"Let your grooming wait. Quickly combing your hair or freshening lipstick won't offend, but peforming your morning grooming routine on public transportation — or, more dangerously, in your car — is something to avoid."
Are you in agreement with us as well, that making yourself presentable should be done behind closed doors?
Interview with make up artist
Hey lady, less is more. The face is a canvas, but not that kind of canvas. The au natural you is way better looking without all those pink, blue, and boomerang brown hues painted all over the place. Please put the watercolors away, mmmkay? To see more overcompensation of all kinds, check out the gallery below. (Word to the wise: a little Hello Kitty goes a long way—use sparingly.)
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According to a recent study, 79% of women wear lipstick, but at any given time, at least half of them are re-touching their color so here are some tips to help make your lipstick last as long as possible.
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Sometimes, you really only have 5 minutes to get ready, so if you're tight on time, here are some no fail tips on how to look your best with the time you've got!
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When I'm at the gym I see ladies in all sorts of attire, from baggy sweats and holey tees to fetching, almost couture looks from Stella McCartney. There's varying degrees of makeup too, from full face with foundation to nothing but maybe ChapStick.
How about you? Do you stick to just a little lip gloss and a clean outfit, or do you go all out? Speak up and tell me all about your gym attire in the comments section below.