Posts Tagged ‘bold makeup’

Take a hint from Marilyn Monroe when it comes to lipstick

       
Tuesday, June 4th, 2013

Take a hint from Marilyn Monroe when it comes to lipstick

These days, it seems like more women are looking back in time to find makeup that truly pops and gives them a unique appearance. The 1950s come to mind when most people think of Hollywood glam, and for good reason. This is a time when women like Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor reigned supreme, and their makeup styles are still trendy today.

Specifically, fire engine red lips are back at the top of every woman’s list, according to InStyle magazine. Why? Because it’s sexy and easy to do with the right long-lasting, bold lipstick. Just because you aren’t a movie star doesn’t mean that you can’t rock this look. It’s also being seen more often in the office – thank “Mad Men” for that!

To pull off red lipstick like a pro, it’s important to be confident. Don’t be shy about smiling and showing off your pout when you’re wearing this color. Real Simple magazine also recommends picking a soft, sheer shade for the daylight hours to avoid creating an in-your-face appearance. Reserve opaque hues for your nightlife when you really want to stand out!

Do you know how to bring out your inner 1920s flapper?

       
Monday, May 13th, 2013

Do you know how to bring out your inner 1920s flapper?

If you haven’t seen “The Great Gatsby” yet, you might be missing out on some of the hottest makeup trends of the season! It’s not uncommon for Hollywood to set the tone for styles in the world of cosmetics, and this movie was no different. Now, it seems like everyone wants to get a taste of the 1920s and bring out the Daisy Buchanan in herself!

The Huffington Post reported that the 1920s were all about bringing out the most of your feminine qualities through your makeup. This is why women were seen all dolled up with bold lipsticks and eyeliner – no, they weren’t just craving attention! This was the style of the day, and it was used heavily throughout “The Great Gatsby.”

Dark eye makeup was a cornerstone of style in the 1920s, and it wasn’t just flappers who rocked the look. Anyone who wanted to appear glamorous knew that dramatic eye makeup was the ticket. To achieve the perfect look from this era, Hollywood Life recommends being generous with your mascara and giving your lashes some volume. On your lips, opt for a bold red to make your pout truly stand out.

Do you know which lip colors are hot this spring?

       
Friday, May 10th, 2013

Do you know which lip colors are hot this spring?

Now that spring is in full swing, you’re likely doing your best to welcome the season with TRUE makeup that reflects the colors of nature. Whether you want spring-inspired eyeshadow for your peepers or lipstick for your pout, there are numerous trends to take advantage of this year.

If you have kissable lips, you might want to focus on them this season as you search for makeup. Lipstick can instantly boost the appeal of your pout, and there are several colors you can use to try to fall in line with spring’s hottest trends. Beauty World News reported that hot pink, orange and red are all popular colors right now, meaning there’s no better time to go bold than the present!

Best of all, makeup artist Pascale Poma claims that all of these hues can be worn regardless of your skin tone. While it still might give you peace of mind to try on your lipstick beforehand, don’t write off a color before you give it a shot! Real Simple magazine claims that you can create a flawless face by focusing on your lips and going light with makeup on other areas, such as your eyes.

Sharon Stone steps out of her comfort zone with bold makeup

       
Wednesday, April 17th, 2013

Sharon Stone steps out of her comfort zone with bold makeup

There’s nothing quite like the look of a bright, fresh face, which is what Sharon Stone is known for in Hollywood. However, she took her appearance to a new level on April 5 at a gala to raise money for AIDS, according to The Huffington Post. Stone, who is typically seen wearing neutral makeup that highlights her natural beauty, decided to go bold.

On her face, Stone decided to wear dark purple eyeshadow and apply black eyeliner around her peepers. A deep magenta lipstick was on her pout, which made her smile seem more radiant when she posed for photographers. Not everyone loved her makeup choices, but Stone proved that you can still break all of the rules and look fabulous in the process.

If you’re interested in going bold with a vivid shade on your lips, there are a few ways you can pull it off without looking clownish. As a rule of thumb, Glamour magazine recommends toning down the makeup you wear on other parts of your face. It’s also a good idea to take your time while shopping for a bold lipstick – don’t make any purchases until you’re sure that the shade complements your skin tone!

Tips for wearing bold makeup

       
Monday, July 26th, 2010

Tips for wearing bold makeup As is often the case in the sunny summertime months, bright colors are popping up everywhere – especially on celebrities’ faces. But before you give these bold shades a go, heed a bit of expert advice when selecting products.

Shiny, fruit-stained pouts are huge right now, currently being rocked by such stars as Selena Gomez and Kate Walsh. But before you lacquer your lips, InStyle recommends selecting a hue one shade lighter than your original pick, as your lips’ natural pigment can amp up the tone a few degrees.

To keep your smile from looking too formal, the magazine suggests using a richly pigmented, water-resistant gloss, like Too Faced Glamour Gloss, instead of a stick.

If you’d like a sultry stare instead, opt for a swoosh of colorful eye makeup. Amanda Crew, who plays Zac Efron’s love interest in Charlie St. Cloud, dazzled at the film’s premiere with dark blue-lined eyes, and her makeup artist revealed how to create a look that will last.

“Layering a powdered shadow on top of a creamy pencil gives an added boost of color intensity. Plus, it helps the makeup stay put for hours,” makeup artist Rachel Goodwin told the news source. To try this technique, thickly line eyes with Sothys Waterproof Soft Eye Pencil then top with the brand’s Two Way Eye Shadow.ADNFCR-3538-ID-19908369-ADNFCR