The plus-size supermodel recently served good face at the Harper's Bazaar Celebration of "ICONS by Carine Roitfeld" wearing a super-sexy smoky eye that's actually easy to copy.
Watch Kérastase consulting hairstylist Matt Fugate give Yahoo Style and Beauty news writer Kerry Justich a lesson on Khaleesi braids.
Zendaya has come a long way since her early Disney Channel days, when she’d wear glossy ringlets and bright pink lipstick . Now, even more mature and stylish, the singer, actress, and dancer is gearing up for the much-anticipated summer blockbuster Spider-Man: Homecoming and slaying every photo op for the film with her makeup looks. At one of the Spider-Man press days, Zendaya sported a burnt-orange smoky eye with highlighted skin and a muted copper lip color. Eager to learn new ways to wear the classic smoky eye, Yahoo Beauty asked makeup artist Katie Jane Hughes to break down the steps and show us how to Copy That! Step-by-step instructions Tightline upper lash line with a black eyeliner like Make Up For Ever Aqua XL Eye Pencil. Brush on a neutral eyeshadow base across eyelids and lower lash line. Hughes used shades 2 and 3 from Charlotte Tilbury Instant Look In A Palette Beauty Glow. Apply the burnt orange-red matte shadow called He Devil from the Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette to lid and blend into crease for depth. Use shadows 3 and 7 from the same Charlotte Tilbury palette to highlight brow bone and inner corners of eyes. Coat top lashes with a volumizing mascara such as L'Oréal Voluminous Carbon Black Mascara. To give skin a dewy finish, use a highlighting stick similar to Glossier Haloscope in Quartz on the temples, cheekbones, and bridge of nose. Apply a copper lipstick with your fingertips for a soft finish. We recommend Urban Decay Heat Vice Lipstick in Fuel . Read more from Yahoo Style & Beauty: Lucy Hale’s Lust-Worthy Plum Lips Are a Must-Have Charlize Theron’s Double-Braided Ponytail Will Be Your New Favorite Hairstyle Learn How Easy It Is to Achieve Kelly Rowland’s Bedhead Waves Follow us on Instagram , Facebook , and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyle and @YahooBeauty .
Glossier has an answer to your dull-skin woes: an $18 cream-gel blush in four universal shades, served up in paint-like tubes.
To make sense of it all, we decided to poll our favorite makeup artists to see what they love and use most — and then, we divided the tools and cosmetics into easy-to-understand categories.
There’s only one week out of the month that I dread even more than the one before rent is due — and that’s PMS week (which can even extend into two-week territory, because life isn’t fair, y'all).
We’ve all seen enough paparazzi shots of celebs at the gas station, at Target, and coming home from the gym to know that in their off hours, they’re just like us.
The beauty world often careens from one extreme to another. This is particularly striking these days in the “natural vs. clinical” beauty product debate: it can seem as though you have to make a choice between mixing your own SPF in your kitchen or using products that feature human stem cells
Welcome to summer: Fourth of July weekend leaves us all a little toasted, in more ways than one. Sometimes we’re just so excited to be smack in the middle of summer, warm in the sun with a drink in our hand, that we forget to take precaution.
In an effort to prove just how common acne really is, we sought out some of the prettiest people on the planet — people who are expected to have “good” skin — to open up about their battles with blemishes and share their trials, triumphs, and wisdom about that all-too-common skin condition.
Luminous, dewy, bronzy, matte, semi-matte — as much as we love those adjectives, we really just want our foundation to make our skin look like, well, skin (minus the redness, acne scars, fine lines, and sun spots, natch).
The white-haired heroine’s braided hairstyles keep us on the edge of our seats each time we tune into the HBO saga. So we tapped Kérastase Consulting Hairstylist Matt Fugate to give Yahoo Beauty intern Kerry Justich a lesson on Khaleesi braids.
Don’t get us wrong, we love a good smoky eye. But there are about a thousand other ways you can jazz up your makeup look for a night out. And a lot of them aren’t nearly as complicated…or messy.
It’s true: I’m a reformed bad sleeper. And I’m going to share 3 common sleep problems (and solutions) you won’t likely hear a doctor mention.
You don’t need to completely overhaul your skin care routine to defend your skin this summer—but it is a good idea to follow these six easy tweaks to make your skin glow from within—even if it’s 100 degrees outside.
Natural ingredients aren’t necessarily always better than products created in a lab, but they can have many beneficial properties and fewer irritants so they’re definitely worth checking out — especially if nothing else seems to be working for you.