Miranda Kerr is known for her flawless complexion and glowing skin, but just how does she do it? The Victoria's Secret model visited our studio and gave our FabSugar host, Allison McNamara, the inside scoop on her radiance-boosting regimen. She also dished on an interesting trick she learned for curling her eyelashes when traveling. Hint: it involves an eating utensil. Watch the video now and discover Miranda's top beauty tips.
Posts for March 30th 2012
We're happy to present this Hunger Games-inspired article from one of our favorite sites, Real Beauty.
Katniss may have won over fans with her scrappy 'tude and understated beauty, but it's The Capitol's kooky colors and far-out grooming trends that we like to think influenced this Spring's runways and red carpets.
More stories from RealBeauty.com:
Hunger Games-Inspired Beauty Products
- Should Madonna's perfume ad be censored? — Styleite
- The top Cinderella-style makeovers from the big screen — InStyle
- Could your body be rejecting your deodorant? — Stylelist
- This spice-rack beauty find will help clear acne — Refinery 29
- More supermodels who haven't aged since the '80s — The Cut
- What you are doing right now that is bad for your skin — The Fashion Spot
- Perfumier Jean-Paul Guerlain punished for racist commentary — Huffington Post
- Forget your ears; piercings are now for nails, too — Beauty High
- Why you'll love a hot stone massage — Beauty Sweet Spot
- How to wrangle bushy brows into submission — The Frisky
Most of the images of women we're presented with on a daily basis, whether they're on television or online, involve heavy makeup, styling, and Photoshop to boot. And while appreciating the aesthetics of a good snapshot are all well and good, do your makeup habits actually reflect the cosmetic-centric denizens of fashion magazines and beauty sites?
When it comes to your daily routine, are you a glamazon of epic proportions, or is your look a lot less involved? Take our survey and tell us about how much eye shadow, blush, and foundation really make it onto your face.
- From @ASOS: "Best hair tip of the night? [Celebrity stylist] Adam Reed suggests using a blusher brush to add bright eye shadow to your hair — fab color that washes out easily."
- From @RitaHazan: "Always have multicolor highlights but they should all be in the same color family and work together in the same tone."
- From @Philip_Kingsley: "Finer hair types get oiler faster. If you have fine hair, look for products that contain more cleansers and lighter proteins."
- From @KiehlsNYC: "A tip to avoid helmet hair? @brianboye [Men's Health fashion and grooming director] says leave the styling products for after your ride."
- From @PlumStudiosBurl: "To loosen natural curls, take a wide-toothed comb and rake some mousse through dry hair."