When it comes to ladylike ensembles with a pop of the unexpected, Lela Rose is a prime example of how it's done. And the designer's Fall 2012 beauty look incorporated all of the above, adding a vintage flair to the runway.
When you think of old-school Las Vegas, you likely think of major glitz and glamour, but that's not exactly the concept Lela Rose wanted to capture for her Spring 2012 collection. In lieu of a Mad Men-esque style, the feel was more post-Rat Pack-era Vegas, explained celebrity manicurist Deborah Lippmann (for Beauty.com). Similarly, the hair and makeup reflected a cool and dusty, desert-like feel. See how it all came together when you read more.
Dita Von Teese is known not just for her burlesque background, but also for her retro beauty look. For those signature, meticulously shaped eyebrows of hers, Dita turns to the unexpected to transform her naturally light eyebrows to something more dark and dramatic: Just For Men hair color. "I'm kind of a do-it-yourself person as far as my hair, makeup, and styling go," Dita explained to T Magazine in an interview conducted by celebrity makeup artist Tina Turnbow. To see what other beauty secrets Dita revealed to Turnbow, just keep reading.
Meadow Soprano would be proud, because Jamie-Lynn Sigler looked amazing when she took to the red carpet at the 2010 Tony Awards. Makeup artist Tina Turnbow created an amazing duo-tone smoky eye and nude lipstick look. It was dramatic and romantic without going over the top, and it included colors that work on almost any skin tone. We got the lowdown on the products Tina used to create the look, so if you want to check out how it was done, just read more