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Posts for July 1st 2010
Is it just us, or did June fly by with lightning speed? Now that we're right in the heart of the heat, we've gathered together a few of our favorite beauty items to keep you chill throughout the month of July. From smoky, cool-toned shadows to a versatile warm-weathered headband, here are 10 items you need to check out.
- A new study sheds light on gender-based grooming — FabSugar UK
- Bruce Willis said to smell like the "manliest man" in the world — The Cut
- A 25-minute tour of an enormous makeup collection — Temptalia
- Should you wash without soap? — InStyle
- Evan Rachel Wood will get Guilty in a new perfume ad — StyleList
- Topshop's nail polish is just so-so — Makeup and Beauty Blog
- Beauty tips for lazy girls — Daily Makeover
Want foundation that doesn't look fake? Makeup artist Kara Yoshimoto Bua shares her tips for getting a natural-looking glow. Learn the basics to getting dewy, sexy skin and that "no makeup" look. Watch now!
I called in Mr. Bella to find out. A hairy man he is, Mr. B's five o'clock shadow usually rolls in more around 10 o'clock . . . in the morning. As for me, I'm a light-skinned lady with dark brown hair, which can turn out to be a bikini-line nightmare. So to find out how we fared with The Cool Fix, just keep reading.
Lipstick is probably the most provocative of cosmetics. It's bright, it draws attention to your mouth, and it's loaded with connotations about sensuality and femininity. It shouldn't be surprising, then, that lipstick's been around for about as long as people have been adorning themselves and that some form of it has existed in almost every culture. But rouge's journey from prehistory to the present hasn't been as smooth as a cream formula. In fact, lipstick's been dangerous, vilified, and controversial. So to see how this makeup-bag staple has changed over the centuries, keep reading.