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Posts for June 18th 2010
I'm in a wedding. The dress I'm wearing is apple red. Do I wear red lips (either stain or gloss) or smoky eyes and nude lips? This is the dress and color of the bridesmaid dress. I am lighter than the model with light brown hair [and] blond highlights... Although I'm slightly worried a red gloss or stain would be too matchy-matchy, I'm also afraid of heavy eyes, especially if I cry at all during the ceremony!
Great question, woodlawngirl. To see what I think, just read more.
If you're a fan of steamy paperbacks and shiny, pouty lips, then you may be very pleased today, because next month, the people at Three Custom Color Specialists are launching a new lip gloss called White Heat ($21.50), a hot pink shade complete with silver-white and opalescent shimmer, all inspired by the work of romance novelist Brenda Novak. It might seem like an odd collaboration, but the author seems really psyched about it, saying, "lip gloss is the one beauty essential I can't live without, so you can imagine how pleased I am to have found a company that can customize shades."
Cross-promotional nature of the deal aside, lots of women do love both bodice rippers and lip stuff, and we can see this doing very well, especially given the success of similar lines brought out to promote recent movies, like Alice in Wonderland. What do you think? Would you buy makeup based on a sexy work of modern fiction, or not so much?
What do the words spork, skort, and Gleek have in common? Besides having a certain ring about them, they're each portmanteaus, or two or more words brought together to make a whole new word. In the beauty world, you might be familiar with the "lob," or long bob, worn by the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow and Taraji P. Henson. But there are other combined words out there that any Bella-lover needs to know. See what I mean now.
You've already got the inside scoop on my Marant-inspired Summer duds. Now, I can't wait to show off the rest of the girls' new looks. Halston, Mulberry, J.Crew, Juicy Couture, Nike, Joie, Issa — the brands are as eclectic as the girls. Click through to get a peek at all of the outfits, the labels behind the looks, and where to shop this season's styles.