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We all know the ins and outs of wardrobe staples — a plain white tee, dark denim, and a timeless LBD come to mind — so why not learn the rules when it comes to beauty? We wanted to find out the must-have products that our favorite fashion insiders never leave home without: the go-to goodies that instantly put a pep in our most stylish friends’ steps. This week, designer Trina Turk spills her go-to beauty trick for perfectly curled lashes.
We may have had to trudge our way through snow banks and hop over puddles of slush to get there, but backstage at yesterday’s Hervé Léger by Max Azria show, the models looked as if they’d just stepped in from a day in the hot sun. Needless to say, we were rather jealous, so we had to find out exactly how to recreate the look for ourselves.
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.
So you’re cramming all of your shopping into the weekend before the big day. It’s cool, we don’t judge. This probably means you’ll want to get it all done in one fell swoop, which, as much as you may dread it, is easiest to do in a mall. So brace yourself for the crowds and come prepared. To get you started, we’ve rounded up seven sure bets from big time retailers. This is not the time to go without a game plan.
This week the Obamas wore awesome things, Elizabeth Taylor‘s jewelry sold for a whole lot of money, and Courtney Love got evicted. We also learned that Meryl Streep is a total kickass feminist, and that Fashion’s Night Out is unfortunately here to stay.
Yesterday the fashion and beauty worlds were abuzz with news that Prabal Gurung would be designing new uniforms for Sephora. Last night we got to see the designs and chat about them with the designer himself.
Looks like Charlotte Ronson may just be the new makeup mogul in town. In September, the designer will debut her eponymous beauty line in 280 Sephora stores across the U.S.
Most of us would agree that shopping at makeup megastore Sephora is like being a kid in a candy store. Well, get ready to experience some serious sweet tooth urges: Sephora is introducing in-store nail bars.
Actress Kate Walsh introduced the Boyfriend Collection to Sephora on Wednesday, a group of beauty products that smell like (you guessed it) old boyfriends. And Walsh says all of the products in the collection smell the same. But different. What?
We here at Styleite are nail polish addicts. Rarely will you see us without some sort of bright and/or bold color on our tips. But even we’re getting a little tired of the branded polish thing (Katy Perry’s Black Shatter color notwithstanding.) And now Glee is getting in on the action, releasing a limited edition nail polish collection for Sephora by OPI next month.
We’re kind of not surprised that Caroline Guiliani only got a slap on the wrist as punishment for stealing over $100 worth of merchandise from the Sephora in Times Square last month. What we are kind of surprised about is that among the things she tried to Winona Ryder into her possession was a hairnet.
Around 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Caroline Giuliani, daughter of former mayor Rudy Giuliani, was arrested for shoplifting at an NYC Sephora.
Why is it that shoppers feel the act of sampling erodes their status as the “refined consumer?” Is it because we fear the judgmental opinions of the girl who walks by carrying $200 worth of goods in her giant Sephora carrier? Will the sales associate tell us to scram? Here’s our advice: throw that shame out the window and carpé diem! Here are seven beauty products you should sample hard — and why!
We all know that finding the right color is like finding the most fitting, custom-tailored pair of jeans. So save the sweat, because we did the research for you, designating our favorite shades with its best paired skin tone.
Inspired by the juxtaposition of beauty and grit in SHOW: Photographs by Henry Horenstein—on exhibit at Clic Gallery—for those looking to add a tinge of vampy fetishism to their beauty routine…look no further.
For most people we know, a trip to Sephora can get ugly fast. A lash-enhancing serum here, a gold-infused facial cream there — and before you know it, the rent has gone down the drain right along with that delicious sea-salt infused body scrub. So, take it from a fellow product whore, the drugstore is your friend. And from our experience, one with some serious benefits.