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We love the sophistication of black lacquer packaging as much as the next cosmetics junkie, but sometimes a girl just needs a little something to brighten up a morning makeup routine. Enter Alber Elbaz’s whimsical new Lancôme makeup line, due to hit shelves worldwide June 15. We’ve got a sneak peek of the goods right here.
It’s impossible to test and review every single beauty product on the market, so that’s why we’re just highlighting the good stuff. You know, those lotions and potions with which we’re currently obsessed, and the beauty counter bits we believe are worth the buy. This week, we’re raving about an easy-to-use eyeliner that just won’t quit.
Lately there’s been a whole lot of talk (on this site and others) about kids wearing makeup. There was that creepy French Vogue spread that recalled JonBenet and the news that Walmart would be launching an anti-aging kids’ cosmetics line. While these stories represent an extreme of the beauty industry, I think it’s time for some real talk: I was a tweenage makeup addict.
Around 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Caroline Giuliani, daughter of former mayor Rudy Giuliani, was arrested for shoplifting at an NYC Sephora.
Clear out some room in your cosmetic cases girls because Burberry just launched a makeup line and it is as good—make that, flawless—as one would expect. Living up to the British fashion house’s standards, each product in the 96-piece debut collection is luxurious and classic. Take for example—Burberry’s Lip Glow!
Don’t be fooled — all the posturing and friendliness of cosmetic salespeople are well-devised, scheming attempts to get you to buy products you probably don’t need to begin with.
The image you’re looking at is the landing page for the new Vaseline Facebook app that allows users to lighten their skin in profile pictures. What’s worse is that it was launched to advertise a product that does the same thing in real life.
Move aside, Ken Paves and Jessica Simpson. There’s an old bully in town here to steal your hair extension glory.
According to Grazia, Balmain has spent the last 40 years producing an entire line of hair extensions
Spend enough time watching YouTube videos or reading beauty blogs, and you’ll likely acquire a serious collection of high-quality makeup brushes (and also a serious dent in your wallet). Those who don’t waste their lunchtime hours watching Michelle Phan and Lauren Luke, however, probably find the world of makeup brushes completely confusing. Does using one really make a difference with your makeup? And—with so many brushes on offer, all seemingly identical—how can you pick the brush that’s right for you?