Now that the summer sun has set and most women are preparing for the cold, dry weather that accompanies winter, many ladies are putting down their powders in favor of more moisturizing concealers. However, gals with oily skin that tends to get shiny year-round may not be ready to close their compacts just yet.
Heidi Klum is known for many things – Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover model, Victoria’s Secret Angel, Project Runway host – but she’s also made a name for herself by donning some truly memorable Halloween costumes.
October is almost over and for many men across the country, that means one thing – the beginning of Novembeard. For those unfamiliar with the month-long tradition, it is merely a designated period when men agree not to shave for 30 days.
There is much debate as to whether women should match their makeup to their clothing. Earlier this month, Hilary Swank stepped out seemingly in support of matching makeup, with lids painted to the same hue as the detailing in her dress. Now, another Hollywood A-lister is demonstrating her opinion on the matter, and it seems that her cosmetic choices oppose Hilary’s.
It is often assumed that women will gravitate toward feminine fragrances, potions filled with sweet floral notes. However, when creating her new perfume, Kate Walsh drew inspiration from a surprising source – her boyfriend.
It seems that people across the nation have come down with Mad Men fever, and now that the show’s fourth season has ended, ladies looking for their fix may want to raid the beauty department. According to StyleList.com, Mad Men costume designer Janie Bryant collaborated with Nailtini to produce a limited-edition set of four nail polishes.
It should never be shocking to see a Hollywood star show up on the red carpet with a flawless-looking face – after all, the celeb most likely has a team of makeup artists and stylists who work around the clock to perfect the dynamite look. It may be surprising, however, when a starlet’s look is easy to recreate, no matter how inexperienced you are when wielding a wand of mascara.
Most cosmetic trends are geared toward women over the age of 20 – after all, a girl attending her junior prom would look inappropriate with a smoky eye or a bold red lip. However, there is one trend that looks phenomenal on gals of any age, made apparent by the lovely ladies of the new movie Never Let Me Go.
While women often stick to pigments in the same color family when applying eye makeup, one of young Hollywood’s most glamorous gals are proving that using two shades can create one phenomenal look.
According to MSNBC’s Today, a recent study published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology found that teenagers who suffer from acne are up to three times more likely to have thoughts of depression and suicide than those with smooth skin.
Women everywhere are rocking dark-colored lipstick and autumnal-hued eye makeup, but gals who want to create an ethereal, fresh-faced look may want to consider donning an unexpected shade of cosmetics – white eyeshadow.
According to Allure.com, a recent study revealed that nearly 50 percent of women follow the same basic skincare routine as they did when they were teenagers. And while it may make sense to stick with a product that works well for your skin, gals may want to consider updating their skin regimen as they age.