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Spring 2013 Fashion Week has officially come to a close, culminating with Paris. Daring eye makeup and extravagant hats hit the French runways; see all the best beauty looks in today's Bella Beauty Beat. On Kirbie: ModCloth.
Fashion Month ended with its usual crescendo: Paris Fashion Week. This season saw plenty of ethereal hair and makeup looks, from the structural, cropped hair at Rick Owens to highlighter-blue eye shadow at Dior. Click through to see the top beauty styles from the Paris runways — and let your mind be transported.
Blushy pinks, matte neutrals, and bold metallics all popped up alongside the international Fashion Week collections, and that's not just for makeup. You'll love the following nail polish looks for Spring so much that you won't be able to wait to get them on your fingers. Click through to see the top hues and techniques from the New York, London, Milan, and Paris runways.
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At a recent trip to the Sirius studios in NYC, for instance, Rachel opted for an effortless half-do that was equal parts laid-back and equal parts flirty.
- To get the look, celebrity hairstylist Jamal Hammadi, who has worked with stars such as Rooney Mara and Jennifer Lawrence, started by prepping Rachel's hair with Hamadi Shea Spray ($19).
- After blowing her strands dry, he used a one-inch barrel curling iron on the ends.
- He then pulled a section of hair from the ears to the back of Rachel's head. The top portion was left out, but teased and sprayed with Batiste Dry Shampoo ($8) before being brushed and secured at the back.
- To finish, he spritzed her hair with L'Oréal Elnett Hair Spray ($14) to seal the style. "The result was this sexy casual look," said Hammadi.
I'm a Huge Fan: Britney Spears — A Little Dance, a Lot of Style, and a One-of-a-Kind Signature Scent
Next up on I'm a Huge Fan: Britney Spears, our winner Jenny is going to immerse herself in the world of Brit! Jenny and her friend Nathan are off to work on their dance skills at Millennium, the studio where Britney herself practices. Jenny also gets to make her own signature scent, mirroring Britney, who has over 10 of her own bestselling perfumes. Of course, Jenny can't be interview-ready without the perfect outfit, and thanks to BCBG, she gets just that. Now that Jenny is prepared, it's almost time to meet Britney herself! Check back on PopSugar tomorrow for the finale — and amazing chat with Britney — on I'm a Huge Fan. Thanks to Greylin Collection and Growze for Lindsay's wardrobe.
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Creating a neutral makeup look for medium skin can be a little tricky because it's necessary to play with color combinations. Unlike fair skin, which can wear a bevy of light colors and still look natural, what may work for one woman with medium tone may not work for another. Dusty pinks and bronzes will be your go-to hues if you have medium or olive skin tone:
- Grab a concealer with a yellow tint to neutralize blemishes and use it only where it's needed. Set with a powder a shade lighter than your skin color.
- Blush will look a little obvious on medium tones, so opt for bronzer instead. Sweep it along your hairline, under your cheekbones, and along your jawline.
- Swipe on an eye shadow with a light bronze color. Line your upper waterline, curl your eyelashes, and apply just one coat of mascara.
- A dusty rose lipstick will look best paired with medium tones. Dab some on, focusing on the fullest part of your lip.