For her wedding to Jamie Hince earlier today, Kate Moss went for a romantic beauty look with both modern and vintage touches. Kate's hair was tousled into her signature, trendy, loose waves (which were likely styled by longtime friend James Brown), topped off with an of-another-era-style veil. Off-white floral accents gave feminine detailing to the lacy headpiece, perfectly complementing her rhinestone-accented Galliano gown. See Kate's old-school/new-school beauty look from various angles now.
Posts for July 1st 2011
With the reference of a late-1970s Avon catalog and Avon's current website as pricing guides, see just how much more you'd shell out now to get a vintage Debbie Harry-style makeup look when you keep reading.
Her sleek half-updo was simply swept back, but instead of putting the gathered section into a ponytail, Kate worked in pirouettes of hair and cute butterfly clips. To see the full hairstyle up close and get tips for getting a similar look on your own, just keep reading.
Red, white, and blue are a striking combination any time of year, but the Fourth of July is one of the only times (besides Memorial Day and Flag Day, really) when you get a free pass for getting righteously patriotic with your makeup. But painting your nails in flag colors doesn't have to be the same boring old manicure with the the hues in series. Nowadays, your patriotic nails can look all kinds of cool. Here are five of our picks for a fun, creative Fourth.
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