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Posts for July 2nd 2010
I basically applied satin taupe all over my lids with a MAC 217 brush then I applied my highlight which is vanilla over my brow bone using a MAC 224 brush. After which, I used a SASA flat shader brush to pat on retrospeck on the inner half of my lids. Once that's done, I used a brandless mini smudger brush to smudge some print e/s onto my upper lashline to "fill in" my lashes. Then on top of print I applied urban decay oil slick liquid liner and the look is completed.
Daphne's not the first celebrity to inspire a color. Polly Blitzer had a shade of Essie nail polish, Just Say Fiancée, made for her wedding. Back when Jeanne Lobell owned Stila, she created Natalie lipstick ($17) — as in Natalie Portman. If you had a cosmetic named for you, what would you want it to be?
In your experience, do you find that men are unaware of female grooming habits, or are they clued in?
Imagine hurrying through the subway when, suddenly, a disembodied voice comes out of a huge mirror in the middle of the concourse and starts asking you whether you need to touch up your roots. In New York's Grand Central Station this week, some women actually had this experience when Clairol set up a giant talking mirror to promote its Root Touch Up product.
The installation used actress Angela Kinsey (who plays Angela on The Office) to spot people, as WWD reports, who looked like easy targets. At that point, Angela called out to ask people to look at their reflection. Then, the "mirror" directed women to colorist Marie Robinson, who gave them a color consultation and a box of Nice 'N Easy. Would you have stopped for this mirror?
Not sure what to do about acne or dull skin? You might need a blue light special. Get enlightened on how you can treat skin problems through light therapy. Previously available only through doctor's offices, this technology can be a worthwhile investment that leads to a clearer complexion. Check out our video for more on the TRIA Skin Clarifying System, Baby Quasar, and the ANSR Beam.
Annie enlightens us on a few products out on the market that combat acne and dull skin. Using light therapy technique, these tools could be the answer to your skin problems. Check out our video for more on the TRIA Skin Clarifying System, Baby Quasar, and the ANSR Beam.