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Posts for March 18th 2013
Emerald green is having a big moment in 2013, and not just because it was named Pantone's color of the year. Oz the Great and Powerful, set in the fictional Emerald City, was just released, giving the shade an extra boost in popularity. And besides, the rich, cool-toned hue looks gorgeous on most complexions and makes all eye colors pop, depending on what shade you use. See a variety of gorgeous emerald products you'll want to get your hands on.
Considering that mascara has the shortest shelf life of all the beauty products out there, it makes sense to save your makeup dollars for a better beauty investment. When there are so many amazing formulas and wands at the drugstore, you're sure to find a favorite mascara that won't break the bank every time you need to buy a new one. Click through to see our favorite tubes that ring in at $10 or less.
After accepting the fact that facial oils are actually good for your skin, what do you do next? We're giving you three easy ways to add an oil to your beautifying routine with smart tricks gleaned straight from the pros. Get your vial of oil ready, because there's no reason not to use it every day once you learn these tips.
We can finally say that Summer is around the corner, and to kick off the season's excitement, we are thrilled to announce our POPSUGAR Must Have Summer Fun box! This special edition of our POPSUGAR Must Have box is available now in limited quantities and will contain our editor-curated must-have Summer finds in fashion, beauty, food, and so much more.
It's a unique gift for yourself or anyone you know who loves to soak up the season. For $100, with free shipping, you'll get our editors' picks, from classic products we can't live without to our newest, most exciting finds. There's a limited quantity, so sign up now and learn more about our POPSUGAR Must Have Summer Fun box!
Milla Jovovich usually sports a sleek sideswept coif with bountiful curls, but this weekend she was spotted with a new 'do. At the GLAAD Media Awards, she showed off piecey bangs and a new dark brunette hair color. Her new look was styled with tousled waves, which were reminiscent of the grunge trend seen on the Fashion Week runways. Milla's new hairstyle, plus an extra dose of black eyeliner, gave her a more edgy appearance, but do you love her new look?
Not content to be the gorgeous face of just one beauty brand, model Cara Delevingne has signed on to be the face of Yves Saint Laurent Beauté's new Baby Doll mascara, according to WWD. The new formula, which will premiere exclusively on yslbeautyus.com on March 20, is the latest addition to Yves Saint Laurent Beauté's Mascara Volume Effet Faux Cils franchise. At launch, it will be available in black, blue, brown, and violet.
Cara, who recently walked in the Saint Laurent Fall 2013 show, appears in the '60s-inspired campaign donning an all-black Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane ensemble. The single- and double-page advertisement was shot by Terry Richardson, but the model was recently snapped by another famous face. Karl Lagerfeld stepped behind the lens to capture Cara for Melissa Magazine, WWD reports. Cara also recently signed on to be the face of Burberry Body Tender.
- Gisele's video ad for Chanel Les Beiges is here — HuffPost Style
- Rihanna's onstage makeup look designed by MAC — The Cut
- Skin care tips for every skin type, from oily to extradry — Real Simple
- Products that instantly brighten your complexion — Racked
- Five runway manicures that you can do at home — The Fashion Spot
- The ultimate guide to wearing lipstick — Allure
- Erase a hangover with these beauty buys — Styleite
- How to care for your curling iron — The Beauty Department
- What you need to know about common antiaging treatments — Glo
- Try one of these sideswept styles for instant glam — Daily Makeover
As the season transitions from cold to warm, our skin can look a little sallow. "Winter really leaves the skin looking dull," says celebrity esthetician Joanna Vargas. "You can't exfoliate as much in Winter, so after a few months, people feel like they have aged 20 years. Everyone wants their glow back." We recently caught up with Vargas, who shared some excellent tips on how to shift our skin care regimen into Spring.
POPSUGAR: When should you stop using your Winter routine?
Joanna Vargas: When the heat officially goes off, I think it coincides with an increase of moisture in the air. That's a good time to make the switch.
PS: What types of products should you look for as the season changes?
JV: I think you should increase exfoliation to twice a week, and look for product that increases hydration and circulation. My Daily Serum ($85) is formulated to help with this. I also like Eminence Organics Sweet Rose Treatment ($58).
PS: Can your skin get stressed through seasonal change?
JV: Yes, the seasonal change can absolutely stress the skin, and the skin can show this by breaking out. Regular exfoliation and a light serum that oxygenates and hydrates the skin will go a long way to make a difference in its appearance as we transition seasons.
Adding dimension to your at-home hair color is a lot easier than you think. Hair colorist Marie Robinson is known for creating beautifully colored hair for celebrities like Anne Hathaway, Kristen Stewart, and Michelle Williams, but she let us in on a trick to creating dimensional hair color at home. Just buy a box of hair color for root coverage, such as Nice'n Easy's Root Touch-Up ($7 per box), in two to three shades lighter for highlights or one to two shades darker for depth or lowlights.
Robinson recommends starting off with your hair pulled half up and clipped. Next apply your highlights or lowlights (depending on the look you want) on eight random pieces about two inches apart. Now let your hair down and start to add highlights about two inches above the ears, slowly working your way up to your natural part, highlighting about six to eight pieces on each side. And to complete your look, consider adding a few face-framing highlights to lighten the hair around your face.