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Posts for September 27th 2010
BellaSugar rounds up the top beauty trends in hair and makeup for next Spring from the New York runways. Including looks from: Derek Lam, Diane von Furstenberg, Prabal Gurung, Jason Wu, Tommy Hilfiger, J. Mendel, Marc Jacobs, Rebecca Taylor, Yigal Azrouël, Milly, Ohne Titel, Alice + Olivia, Vena Cava, Tory Burch, Ports 1961. Watch our video for interviews backstage with the experts from CND and A+O!
If New York Fashion Week is known for its sporty looks and London for its cheeky designs, Milan is famed for its utter chicness. Its soignée denizens parade down the catwalks in classic styles, with hair and makeup as tony as the pieces they sport. There were lots of lovely looks, but I singled out five and got step-by-step breakdowns on how they were done from the stylists who created them. Ready to get a bella figura worthy of any Milanese beauty? Then just keep reading.
Spring may bring a daring trend: bold, contoured color on the side of the cheeks, eyes, and/or temples. During the past few weeks, we've seen Christian Siriano deck his models out with tawny blush on the temples and sides of the cheeks or eyes in New York, a similar look from Moschino in Milan and a more avant-garde take on the technique from Jean-Pierre Braganza in London, whose models donned a bright pink hue near the outer part of their eyes. When done in flattering tones and a light hand, I could actually see this look taking off. What about you? Is it a trend you'd try, or will you pass on this one?
The French brand, which just began opening storefronts in the US, is all Ecocert (the strict European organic certification standard), super high quality, and very reasonably priced. Melvita's also fair trade certified, and even stocks most of its products in cost effective family sizes. So if you're looking to go natural without breaking the bank, I highly suggest you check Melvita products out, before the folks behind the brand come to their senses and start jacking up the prices.