Kate Spade's Fall 2013 collection encompasses flirty style, with bright colors and bold prints, and this year her muse was the confident New York City girl. With inspiration from the '70s (a trend we're seeing a lot of this Fashion Week), Kate's girl had big, beautiful hair and "look at me now!" lips. Plus, Deborah Lippmann made sure the NYC ladies were fully decked out with studded nail art. Disco hasn't looked this good since, well, the '70s.
Fall and matte foundation go hand in hand, but shine-free makeup can often fall a little flat. Not so with the new Jouer Cosmetics Matte Moisture Tint ($38). The lightweight base goes on smoothly and evenly just like a tinted moisturizer, but stays put and puddle-free just like a matte foundation does. This means you get buildable, noncakey coverage with a semisatin finish. Vitamins A, C, and E give a boost of antioxidant protection, too. So say goodbye to shiny T-zones, and save the matte complexion look for your Bella Cullen costume this Halloween.
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It was all about the underdog last night, as Slumdog Millionaire was the big winner at the 2009 Golden Globe Awards. And the film's young star, Freida Pinto, was most definitely a winner with this look. With you calling her "gorgeous," "stunning," and "a natural beauty," you were clearly digging her total ensemble.
Want to play celebrity makeup artist at home? Well, thanks to Jeffery Paul, who created Pinto's fresh look, you can try your hand a recreating her glowing makeup using champagne, pinks, and gold accents from Jouer cosmetics:
- Eyes: Paul smudged Eye Definer in Vert ($20), a green liner with gold flecks, very close to the lashes, adding Eye Shadow in Amaretto ($20), a shimmering bronzed taupe, in the crease of the eyelid.
- Face: For a soft effect, foundation and concealer were mixed together and applied only where needed. Next, Crème Highlighter in Champagne ($20) was dabbed on the brow bone and cheekbones for shimmer and definition.
- Lips: To complete the look, Paul applied Moisturizing Lip Gloss in Monsoon $20. He pulled out that Crème Highlighter in Champagne ($20) once more, using it to bring further definition to Pinto's full lips. Multitaskers — my favorite.