Aaliyah fans, brace yourselves, because this news is going to make your day: MAC Cosmetics has just announced that they will be…
In honor of National Lipstick Day, we're giving you tips to ensure that you don't have to say goodbye to your favorite lip colors.
Justine Skye has an R&B hit single, “U Don’t Know,” to her credit. Now the songstress also boasts deals with mega-hair brand Dark and Lovely and MAC cosmetics.
“The thicker the brush the better” is my mascara motto. But I tried MAC's new Pro Beyond Twisted Lash, and I found myself on team skinny brush.
Sometimes, it’s hard to make a choice between two good options — which is why it’s always better to have both! For the first time in history. Pantone has released two colors for the year of 2016: Rose quartz (a light pink) and Serenity (periwinkle blue). Every year, the fashion and beauty industries awaits Pantone’s announcement to tip off the color trends for the seasons ahead, and it seems that we will be looking forward to pastel colors in our near future.
Whether you’re shopping for a YouTube guru or for your beauty obsessed BFF, a cool palette always makes for a great gift. Since there are a lot of options out there, we’ve rounded up 15 of the best, biggest, and coolest palettes for the holiday season.
Ariana Grande is the 2016 Viva Glam spokesperson. (Photo: MAC Cosmetics) Today MAC Cosmetics announced on Periscope that its new #VIVAGLAM girl for 2016 is Ariana Grande. “There is dark plum lipstick to represent the bad girl in you and a light pink lip gloss to represent the good girl in you, because I think you should play up both sides,” Grande told MAC Cosmetics Periscope viewers, wearing the dark plum lipstick herself. The two yin-and-yang colors will his shelves in January 2016.
Cher. The barely there outfits (she’s pretty much been half-naked for most of her life), the confidence, the husky voice, the love affairs (Warren Beatty, Gregg Allman, Gene Simmons, Ritchie Sambora, even Tom Cruise), the outlandish style (no pants…ever! body stockings! sequins! headdresses!) — there is so much to love about the Oscar winner. My favorite version of the icon is ‘70s Cher, when she was all about rocking a middle part, out-to-there lashes, serious eye shimmer, and cutout clothes.
I wish I had realized this sooner: with the proper face paint, you don’t have to worry about the rest of your costume. We used Roy Lichtenstein’s famous Crying Girl lithograph as inspiration, while letting Thomas’ improvise based on my purple hair and facial features.
Giambattista Valli is the latest designer to collaborate with MAC, and his obsession with colors and flowers provided the perfect foundation for an exquisite new collection of lipsticks.
Photo: Kenneth Willardt/Trunk Archive The only upside to having oily skin is that one derm after another will tell you, “But you’ll have less wrinkles when you’re older!” OK great, but what about now? “Some people just product more oil than others,” says board-certified dermatologist David Colbert, MD, founder and head physician for the New York Dermatology Group. “Many people think they need to dry out their skin, so they use oil-free everything,” says facialist and skincare expert Ole Henriksen. The key is to balance your skin.” Makeup artist Kirin Bhattny says those with oily skin often skip steps like toning and moisturizing, or use skin-stripping cleansers that are too harsh or drying. “Even though the dryness of these products may feel like they are doing the job, you’re actually helping your skin overproduce oil,” she says.
Photo: Getty Images How do you stand out amongst a sea of bare faces and natural hair ? By turning your models into Barbies. That’s what designer Jeremy Scott did for his second Moschino collection, shown in Milan yesterday. Photo: Getty Images New York fashion week’s distaste for color reached its peak on the last day, when Marc Jacobs sent his army of models out wearing shaggy black wigs and moisturizer.
Matching lips and nails at Carolina Herrera’s SS15 show. Designer after designer has shown off their spring collections on models with bare faces, without mascara, blush, nail polish, or even much going on hair-wise. Keri Blair used two coats of Studio Nail Lacquer in Shirelle ($12) with a topcoat of Studio Overlacquer ($12) to give the models’ nails an identical cherry glaze. Carolina Herrera’s show also featured red dresses, lipstick, and nails.