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Have you noticed that makeup artists this season are throwing out the fine tweezers in favor of giving their models thicker, more naturally shaped eyebrows? We're not talking unibrows, we're talking bold beauty.
The thick brow trend is everywhere at Fashion Week for the Spring 2010 collections, which may give waxers something to worry about now that the meticulously manicured look is falling by the wayside.
We caught up with makeup artist Landy Dean to find out how to get bold eyebrows without stepping into the salon.
Let these lovely ladies inspire you to make the natural look your own.
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- Glamour Magazine | Fall Beauty – Tue, Sep 15, 2009 8:17 PM EDT
When I went backstage at the Tracy Reese show, I was nowhere near surprised to see blushed up cheeks and pink lipstick. I mean, spring is the official season of romantic, girly makeup right? But this time around, the fashion week pros found two ways to switch it up.
1. Instead of an innocent updo or a bunch of big curls (which would be way too sweet with all that rosiness) the models' hair was seriously bumped. See Petra's earlier post for the deets. That's the great thing about running into another Glamour beauty girl backstage-we can divide, conquer then head back out to the tent to guzzle free McDonald's coffee together.Read More »from Hot off the Runway: The 2010 Way to Wear Pink Makeup
An easy at-home, how-to bump your hair guide on Glamour.com!
2. The Sally Hansen manicurists didn't play it safe with the nails. They used a couple of coats of jet-black polish then layered a sheer, glittery shade on top. I've been on a white nail polish kick for the last few months, but seeing this made me remember why black nails became a huge trend
Don FloodMake the most of what you have with these simple makeup tips that play-up and downplay your best and not-so-loved features accordingly. A dab of concealer here or a touch of bronzer there can hide a multitude of sins - no surgery, sunglasses, or brown paper bags required.Read More »from 12 Personalized Beauty Tips For Your Features
• To downplay a prominent nose, Jerrod Blandino, CEO of Too Faced Cosmetics, suggests dabbing an eyeshadow brush into bronzer or taupe shadow: "Draw a straight, soft line down both sides of the nose. Add an upward swipe underneath the tip to make it look shorter."
Try: Victoria's Secret Beauty Rush Shadow in Bronzinger
• You can make a slightly crooked nose appear aligned by blending a dab of creamy highlighter down the bridge in a perfect straight line-it tricks the eye and reflects light away from the bend.
Try: MAC Strobe Cream
• To make a round face appear more defined, dust bronzer down your temples, along your jaw line, and down your neck. Then, pop your cheekbones with bright blush.
From slicked-back hair and berry lips to bowl cuts and fake bottom lashes, which of the fall trends can you pull off?
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Our beauty team is in major planning mode for NYC Fashion Week. There are countless (and we mean, countless!) events to cover, so we're coordinating our schedules so that we can divide and conquer all the shows.Read More »from Gotta have 'em! Three new, on-the-go essentials
If you're also bracing for the fall rush-whether it be that your job is picking up or that you're heading back to school-here are some must-have, on-the-go products to keep in your purse, car glove compartment or even your gym bag.
Too Faced Absolutely Invisible Candlelight Powder: Set your makeup, plus add a supersoft glow all over, with this translucent powder that's flecked with gold. The compact has warm, peachy undertones that are flattering on most complexions.
Jonathan Product Dry Shampoo Brush On Hair Powder: If you haven't discovered the joys (No more grease! I can extend my blowout! Hair looks fab post-gym!) of water-free shampoos yet, you really should jump on board. I like this gym-bag-friendly one because it has an easy-to-use brush and comes in two different
Sure, there's some bad stuff out there (we're downright frightened by the sight of mega-oversized '80s shoulders and see-through jeans). But fall 2009 is not a total letdown. We're loving the fact that we can once again purchase jeans without the uttering the words "skinny" or "high-waisted." We're crazy about black leather and red and almost any combination of the two. And really, don't we all feel just a smidge more feminine when adorned with a ruffle or two? Take a look at our fall fashion picks above, let us know what you think below.Read More »from 20 trends to get you excited for fall
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The month of September brings back to school and preparation for colder weather to come. The first step is to find your perfect coat. We are all looking for a steal that won't break the bank but will still leave you looking like a million bucks. That's why we've given you these affordable options for under $100. Let your search end here; save yourself time and money with these flattering styles.
Check Out More Fall Fashion For Less!
1. Delia's green bomber jacket, $59.50, at delias.com.
2. Old Navy red cadet jacket, $69.50, at oldnavy.com.
3. American Eagle Outfitters black moto jacket, $89.50, at ae.com.
4. American Eagle Outffitters black cadet jacket, $79.50, at ae.com.
5. American Eagle Outfitters black light peacoat, $69.50, at ae.com.
6. Delia's Adrian dress coat, $109.50, delias.com.
7. Delia's blue devin cuffed peacoat, $89.50, at delias.com.
8. Hurley black newman jacket, $72, at hurley.com.
9. Fred Flare black and white pleated houndstooth coat, $82, at fredflare.com
It's true. I've waxed rhapsodic about all things red about a zillion times. Red is my hangover helper, it's the color of 30 percent of my footwear, and I rarely leave the house without its bold, transformative shade on my lips. This season, however, I'm looking to red in a more grownup way. I want the power red of Sigourney Weaver in Working Girl as she glides through the work party making deals and eating men. I want Joan from Mad Men's hypnotic wiggle dress red. I want the red that says, "Yes, gentlefolk, I'm fun and sexy, but I've got control of this room." I want red wool. Today on eBay, I found some pieces that fit my mission nicely, including this Pendleton wrap jacket (with jeans and loafers, all Sunday-casual like?), a perfect little Dior blazer, an expensive-but-unbelievably-adorable dress from Stella McCartney, a sophisticated chain-belt dress by Milly, and this fabulous vintage secretary suit which I'd belt and wear with tights and shiny, sexy black boots.Read More »from Fall Fashion Trend: Sophisticated Red
I've spent as much time as possible at the beach this summer-running around barefoot, swimming in the ocean and pool, enjoying cocktails, and of course slathering on loads of sunscreen. However, even if you faithfully practice safe sun like me (you do, right?), your skin inevitably takes a beating. I know that there's still another week before Labor Day, but let's face it, summer is pretty much over (sniff, sniff) and there's a lot of beauty repair work to be done. That's why a coworker and I decided to go to a spa in the hopes that some professional pampering would help us turn over a new beauty leaf and get motivated to take better care of our skin this fall.
Fall is right around the corner, which means great new style and fresh looks...but unfortunately it also means goodbye to warm weather and hello to cold. Problems start to arise when those sweet summer tans start to fade, and keeping an appropriate glow for the season is key, but it can also be tricky (and no one likes a fake-baked look during fall). With that said, here are a few tips for acing the transition.
Keep it subtle: To perfect your color try going for a neutral glow, and since not everyone's skin tone is the same, make sure it's right for you. Here are our top picks at every price point.
Physicians Formula Organic wear 100% Natural Origin Loose Powder, $13.95, at physiciansformula.com
Benefit One Hot Minute, $30, at sephora.com
Smashbox HALO Hydrating Perfecting Powder & Brush Set, $59, at sephora.com
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