Jennifer Aniston is an icon when it comes to her hair, but her makeup is equally enviable. Lucky for us, we got all the intel on Jennifer's red-carpet look at the Oscars from her go-to makeup artist, Angela Levin (who is not just a wealth of knowledge when it comes to makeup, but charismatic, too). She divulges how she made Jennifer's lashes so voluminous and fluttery, the key to contouring, and a neat trick to keeping lipstick on all night. Get all the tips and watch a true artist in action in today's Celebrity Secret Weapon. On Kirbie: H&M blouse. All of Jennifer's red-carpet products can be purchased at Chanel.com.
Anne Hathaway scored an Oscar for best supporting actress looking radiant in a makeup palette consisting of petal-pink lips and flicked-out eyeliner. Chanel celebrity makeup artist Kate Lee not only made up Anne for the big show but also transformed her look quickly, using only eyeliner, for the Vanity Fair Oscars afterparty. Learn how to re-create both looks, step by step, in today's Celebrity Secret Weapon and if you're ready to try the full look yourself you can get all the products at Chanel.com. On Kirbie: BCBG Max Azria.
A smoky eye is a classic, sultry way to accentuate your eyes for Valentine's Day, but this year, try a different color scheme: espresso and plum. While it sounds like an odd match, the earthy tones of the brown, paired with a nice pop of violet shadow, make for a sexy, flattering look. Plus, if you're hazel-eyed, this palette is sure to make the green shades in your eyes pop. On Kirbie: Myne dress.
Picking a lip shade to match a sultry smoky eye can be a challenge, so why not just call the whole thing off? Nicole Richie went that route yesterday with a matte, nude lip shade. The color kept the attention on her eyes without washing her out, which can be difficult with a shade this neutral. The best part of this lip look is that you already have the one product you need to pull it off in your makeup bag: concealer.
A mousse concealer, like CK One's Color Mousse Concealer ($20), works best since it still looks moisture-heavy, but any type will work. Just swipe the shade across your lips, and you've got your new casual-cool lip look on lock. Your smoky eye will be happy to be back in the spotlight.
You don't have to go overboard with makeup to achieve a pretty date-night look. We headed to the MAC Pro location in New York City to learn how to create a flattering yet flirty makeup look from MAC artist Luc Bouchard. The look is all about focusing on your eyes while playing up sexy, glowing skin.
The influenza virus has hit the US with a vengeance, but unfortunately, daily priorities don't go on holiday just because you're ill. If you do feel OK enough to head out into the world (and you're certain you won't be spreading the germ love around), however, there are a few quick things to do with your makeup and skin care routine to fake like you're 100 percent. Nobody will know you'd rather be in bed! On Kirbie: Club Monaco.
Jessica Chastain was a vision on the Golden Globes red carpet in a seafoam-colored Calvin Klein gown, which she paired with berry lips and a gorgeous coral flush. We invited Kristofer Buckle, Jessica's makeup artist for the big event, to re-create her makeup look and teach us how to achieve it at home. Watch for his step-by-step tutorial, along with his secret to keeping his clients looking great all night long. On Kirbie: Jigsaw top.
Taylor Swift has been on a roll lately, donning an assemblage of chic, sophisticated red-carpet looks. One style that really took her to the next level was a bronze smoky eye, which she wore to the recent People's Choice Awards. It's a palette to turn to if you're afraid traditional blacks or grays might be too harsh. We take you step-by-step on how to achieve this look in today's Beauty How-To. On Kirbie: Kendra Scott earrings, Club Monaco dress.