The no!no! Skin ($180) acne device is designed to treat pimples with a one-two punch of heat and light, making it a more effective zit zapper than machines that only use one or the other. No!no! sent one our way, so we decided to give this fancy little gadget a go. Want to see whether this high-tech beauty booty really did the trick? Then check out our video review.
If you're looking for something that will brighten your eyes instantly, we have just the product to recommend: Ellis Faas Eye Lights ($42). Use the color all over your lids for a brilliant, metallic sheen, or simply dab on the inner V for an eye-awakening effect. Watch the video to see it in action.
We tried celebrity esthetician Kate Somerville's new Clinic-to-Go Resurfacing Peel Pads on our skin and so far we like the results. Check out how these help reporter Susan get smoother skin in less than a month.
Anne Hathaway had eight amazing hairstyles at the Oscars. Her hairstylist, Adir Abergel, is sharing how he created our favorite look of the night: the low romantic bun she wore on the red carpet. Watch now to see how you can get the same look at home!
We love finding a good drugstore foundation, so CoverGirl piqued our interest by introducing its new beauty line, NatureLuxe. In this BellaSugarTV segment, check out our review of NatureLuxe Silk Foundation to see if we liked the formula and its wear. And don't miss our earlier review for more.
Celebrity esthetician Sonya Dakar helps her famous clients, like Gwyneth Paltrow, Fergie, and Sofia Vergara, get perfect skin for the red carpet. In this BellaSugarTV segment, Sonya shares some of her tips that include how to reduce puffiness with an acupressure massage, how to make an easy zit-zapping remedy, and our favorite: a DIY exfoliating mask.
As Michael Kors's collection reaches its 30th anniversary, hairstylist Orlando Pita is delving into the designer's back catalog for inspiration. For the Fall 2011 runway, he created a simple, purposely "undone" updo that looks back to the '90s. Watch now for more about the look.
According to Lead Makeup Artist Dick Page, the makeup look on the Michael Kors Fall 2011 runway was neutral. In our latest New York Fashion Week interview, he shares tips on how he got each model ready to walk the runway with simple makeup techniques.
At Phillip Lim Fall 2011, Odile Gilbert chats about the hairstyle she created for the show. Makeup artist Lisa Butler shares her forecast for fall eye shadow trends and tells us about the makeup look that models wore on the runway.
The key to taking a perfect picture? Lancôme model Arlenis Sosa says it's all about having good energy and being yourself. We caught up with the personable (and very funny) Arlenis at the Lancôme Open Studio during Fashion Week, where she also revealed a few more of her best beauty tips — all with a big smile on her face. Check out what else she had to say now.
Ever wonder how Michelle Phan, YouTube's makeup tutorial star and Lancôme's official video makeup artist, got started with cosmetics? We caught up with her at the Lancôme Open Studio during New York Fashion Week for the answer, and she also revealed what beauty trends she's forecasting for 2011. Watch the video now to see what she had to say.
We caught up with top models Elettra Wiedemann (daughter of Isabella Rossellini) and the stunning Arlenis Sosa at the Lancôme studio backstage at New York Fashion Week. From their beauty bag essentials to products that keep them gorgeous year-round — and even a cool tip about applying blush somewhere else besides your cheeks — be sure to check out the video to see their insider tips and tricks.