Kate Moss has got a new gig: she's just been named the new face of Kérastase hair products. The British model already works with Rimmel London on makeup and nail campaigns, and even has a line of fragrances. And now for 2013, she's rounding out her beauty portfolio, care of Kérastase. Kate will represent the brand's Couture Styling Range that launches this June. If this short announcement spot above (which also features Artistic Director Luigi Murenu in action) has anything to do with the upcoming campaign, we're sure to love what the two Ks have created. It's elegant, chic, and timeless . . . just like Kate.
During New York Fashion Week, it's not just all about the runways. The stars descend on the tents hoping to find their next red-carpet hit from the Fall 2013 collections, often showing off the biggest trends of the moment. From the front row to the afterparties, follow Hollywood's hottest women and get an up-close look at their outstanding hair and makeup.
- Rachel Zoe's blowout salon is now open for business — Dream Dry
- The pros reveal how to look perfect in every photo — HuffPost Style
- Get the dewy makeup look from Rihanna's latest video — InStyle
- Braid inspirations from fancy to casual — The Fashion Spot
- Smudgeproof products that can hold up overnight (wink, wink) — The Cut
- A checklist to efficiently organize your makeup bag — Real Simple
- Avoid unwanted shine with these oily skin saviors — Allure
- Beyoncé snags yet another magazine cover — Styleite
- DIY manicure tips from the experts at Fashion Week — The Blush
- Learn how to create this easy split manicure — Cupcakes and Cashmere
We caught up with Karlie Kloss at the Carolina Herrera Fall 2013, and she told us her piece of "essential" beauty advice, her "boring" beauty regimen, what products she adores, and if she'll end up keeping her adorable short 'do. All that backstage in today's Beauty Beat.
Whether it's Fashion Week or a busy week at work, sometimes you can't get in your full eight hours of sleep. But Real Beauty is here to save the day with tips for looking your best on the days you just want to hit snooze.
We've put together a bevy of survival products to help you look alive when we're running on empty.
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As the name suggests, concealer is for, well, concealing — especially the dark circles under our eyes. But one of the biggest concerns with under-eye makeup is how cakey it gets, especially when it settles in lines and creases from the inevitable expressions we make throughout the day. Enter: Benefit Fakeup ($24). This genius concealer is everything your under-eye area needs and then some. The core features color-correcting pigments with light-diffusing particles for radiant coverage, while the ring includes hydrating ingredients such as vitamin E and apple seed extract to give you smooth coverage. As for those creases, leave them for your dress pants.
Marc Jacobs has been known to pull out all stops for his runway beauty, and with custom-cut wigs — and a huge nail polish surprise — he didn't disappoint for Fall 2013. Lead stylist Guido (for Redken) turned every model into a brunette, cutting each girl's hair into a punk pixie backstage. And makeup artist François Nars put his focus on a dark eye makeup look that featured just a touch of shine.
The look: A greasy smoky eye, brunette punk wigs, and red nails.
The inspiration: Rocker girls like Joan Jett and Marianne Faithfull.
Overheard backstage: Marc Jacobs is releasing a new nail polish line this Fall.
Marc Jacobs does fashion and fragrance, and now he's adding a nail polish to his repertoire. The Marc Jacobs Enamored line won't hit stores until Fall, but two new shades were revealed backstage this evening: a deep red shade called Jezebel, and what will likely be the star product in the line, Shiny. The top coat was inspired by a high-shine coffee table Jacobs has at home; it was formulated to give the appearance of 30 coats with just one swipe. Sadly, you'll have to wait until next season to get your hands on a bottle of this designer lacquer, where it will be available at Sephora.
Even when the temperatures outside dip, the ladies who skip between shows during New York Fashion Week always look their best. But their focus often extends beyond fashion. Plenty of thought goes into the beauty looks to pair with their mulled-over ensembles, and a bevy of the looks seen outside the tents dictate the trends for next season. Flip through for some instant inspiration.
Done up in ruddy-hued lips and strands styled with just a touch of texture, the models at 3.1 Phillip Lim's Fall 2013 show were urban girls with a bit of an edge. And in order to capture that sexy, naughty, dangerous vibe, Frédéric Fekkai lead stylist Paul Hanlon ensured models' hair texture was not too precise. But it was a reddish-brown lip look, conceptualized by makeup artist Francelle Daly for Nars, which really brought this downtown girl notion to life. All that was missing? A rocker boyfriend.