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From the transformative, acne-covering makeup tutorial to leopard eyeshadow, see which beauty videos have garnered the most eyes.
Guys, maybe Kate Winslet wasn’t Photoshopped on her Vogue cover. Maybe it was just makeup, because holy shit, that is some powerful stuff. Just check out this photo posted by makeup artist Melissa Murphy on Reddit that demonstrates the incredible transforming power of cosmetics.
When we weren’t too busy getting an art history lesson from Milan Fashion Week’s spellbinding prints, we were taking notes on the beauty trends that not only struck our fancy, but also begged for some D.I.Y. action. From Gucci’s Ziggy Stardust eyes to Dolce & Gabbana’s flower and hardware-adorned coifs, here are our favorite beauty trends from Italy’s fashion capital.
Remember that part in Pulp Fiction where Butch’s girlfriend talks about wanting a pot belly like Madonna’s in ‘Lucky Star’? That’s how I feel about undereye circles. Except while Fabienne’s love for a stigmatized physical attribute probably means she wants to be pregnant, mine just means I want to look more like a nonchalantly sexy French person who has better things to do than worry about makeup.
We promise there is one upside to viewing the results: you’ll never go a night without washing your face again.
Despite our willingness as adventurous editors to push boundaries every now and again, we tend to stick to a pretty strict beauty regimen each morning. And by this we mean, despite our overflowing cosmetic bags, we don’t use that many products on the regular.
A couple of weeks ago, we were excited to discover that beloved designer Jason Wu was collaborating with Lancôme to create a line of makeup, and now we have more than just a sneak peak: below are photos of every singe item from the 15-piece collection.
Earlier this year, Katie Holmes became the first celebrity face of Bobbi Brown Cosmetics, and apparently Holmes and Brown are pretty infatuated with each other.
“Beauty Insider” has long given frequenters of the makeup superstore rewards for spending money there. Now the word on the street is that they have big plans for expanding the program with new incentives, new points, and new free stuff.
Two British beauty powerhouses walk into a makeup tutorial video…
Whether it’s ’60s babydoll eyes for spring or glossy red lips for fall, a Marc Jacobs show offers up equally sublime fashion and beauty. But while the designer has three fashion lines in the works — Marc Jacobs, Marc by Marc Jacobs, and Louis Vuitton — he’d left our beauty bags to fend for themselves. Until now, that is.
I do my makeup in the morning and I love what I see, but by mid-afternoon I look bare (and barely alive). By happy hour, the makeup has relocated itself on my face, or is simply gone. Help!
It’s shaping up to be a big week for Gucci. Hot on the heels of the epic Chime for Change Sound of Change concert, rumors are swirling that the Italian house is developing a makeup line to launch next year.
You know who I’m talking about. The woman at work who’s always perfectly coiffed. Everyday, from head to toe, she looks as though she walked off a Vogue cover shoot, impeccably dressed, effortlessly styled, breezing through the office with an air of confidence you thought was reserved for movie stars and CEOs. So how does she do it?
Matthew Williamson is something of a maestro when it comes to bright, eye-popping colors, so we’ll be in good hands when his cosmetics debut hits the shelves at Sephora later this month. Want to get a sneak peek at what’s in store for us? Of course you do.
The Girls star showed up looking elegantly alabaster at last night’s Phil Spector film premiere in New York City. Sure, her star is on the rise so she’s hitting red carpets night after night, but we think this is a look worth emulating in regular, old real life. Want to try to copy it? Here’s how…
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.
Marc Jacobs announced that he was in the early stages of launching a cosmetics line back in April, and the only detail we had was that the line would be possibly sold at Sephora. Well, now we know a bit more.
In the spirit of Sunday Funday, here’s a little clip that’s just for fun: a vintage makeup video tutorial from the 1940s. This is how our grandmothers did it!
“Eyeliner just isn’t my thing. How can I emphasize my eyes while still steering clear of it?”