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While the stars were reliably flawless at this year's Golden Globe Awards, most played it fairly safe on the beauty front, choosing voluminous updos, soft waves, and neutral makeup. Here are a few of our favorite Globes hair and makeup looks, along with expert tips on how to get them at home.
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Don't have money for that billion-dollar designer dress from NYFW? Ear makeup is one fall trend you can do at home on the cheap.
With new lipkits, glosses, eyeshadows and eyeliners, Kylie Jenner's new birthday makeup collection is golden!
For an A-list celebrity, awards season isn't just the chance to get wined and dined and wear pretty dresses. It's a weeks-long gauntlet of intense personal improvement, all intended to culminate in one picture-perfect moment when they step out onto the red carpet. And aesthetic perfection doesn't come easy--or cheap.
Alicia Keys said "no more" to wearing makeup, and her reason why will empower you to toss aside your foundation and eye shadow.
Want to be a supermodel or just look like one? Believe it or not, looking like a cover girl is actually quite simple. We chatted with "Sports Illustrated" hottie Nina Agdals to learn all of the tricks of the trade and how you, too, can get men to stop and stare at you (as if they don't already).
Let's face it--we all have girl crushes, especially when it comes to style and beauty. We've rounded up 35 of our favorite A-list hair and makeup looks to get you inspired.
The matte red lipstick is Swift’s beauty signature—she wears it in videos, on cover shoots, and to awards shows—and she rocks it each and every time, mostly due to the absolute high-def-friendly precision with which it’s drawn. The secret is applying and maintaining it the right way.
Too much shimmer can make a face look greasy and mask-like, but just the right amount in just the right place can make anyone look luminous and radiant. The secret is choosing a single area of the face to highlight. Such is the case with Margot Robbie of ABC’s Pan Am who transformed a minimal-makeup look into something special with just a touch of shimmer on the cheekbones.
While many celebrities have hair and makeup people to get them pretty--and some even like to travel with a glam squad--others prefer to do their own hair and makeup. Here is a list of do-it-yourselfers who still look gorg, even though they don't have a team working on them!
Some beauty looks are so classic and iconic that they are able to transcend decades and inspire generations to come. Who wouldn't want that kind of following? These eight signature beauty looks put these celebs on the map for makeup, and there's no denying why. Read on to discover how you can create a signature beauty look for yourself too!
Melissa Murdick shows fans how they can look as flawless as Selena with six simple steps.
Celebrities are great sources of inspiration when looking for new hair, outfit, and makeup ideas. Whether they're glammed up for the red carpet or rocking an everyday look on the streets, they almost always look flawless. Who needs a makeup artist when you've got free blogger tutorials? From subtle similarities to full-on transformations, give these celebrity makeup looks a try.
Let's be honest--most of us aren't putting on a full face of makeup for every day at the office or trip to the pet store. Most days, it's all about looking good without too much fuss. At the Barbara Bui runway presentation at Paris Fashion Week, Rachel Zoe exemplified this idea with a pared-down makeup palette.
The red carpet at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards was host to some of our favorite style icons. And while the event's fashion seemed to be a little lacking in creativity this year, the daring beauty looks were still in full force.
We clearly want to be Rachel McAdams. Not only did she earn the illustrious spot in our Look of the Week, but we also love her makeup from the Los Angeles premiere of Journey 2: The Mysterious Island. Here, she proves that a serious smoky eye doesn’t have to look heavy, caked-on, or stripperific.
There was definitely an overarching trend at this year's Billboard Music Awards—smoky eyes, glowing skin and nude lips! The beauty looks were natural and a great example of using makeup to enhance one's beauty rather than putting on a face. It's rare to see so many covet-worthy makeup looks at one awards show, but this year, everyone seemed to get it right! Here are 11 of our favorite celebs and how you can wear their beauty looks.
At the MTV Europe Music Awards, Selena Gomez proved why being 18 is better than any beauty tonic on the market. (You could say that we’re a little jealous.) But while science hasn’t yet found a way to bottle and sell that perfectly youthful essence, you can still get close to faking it, no matter what your age.
In honor of International Women’s Day, Avon global ambassador Reese Witherspoon attended an event in Washington D.C. to announce $60,000 in grants to support women’s domestic violence shelters. We love Reese’s partnership with Avon, a company that’s been working toward empowering women for 125 years, and her look her was created by mark. makeup artist Mai Quynh.
As the ever-adorable Erin Hannon on The Office, Ellie Kemper is usually wearing youthful styles with barely there makeup, but last week at the Producer’s Guild Awards in Beverly Hills, she rocked a more grown-up look, with a sleek bangs and more colorful cosmetics.
Ever see a girl—famous or merely human—with amazeballs eye makeup and just think, “How’d she do that?” Us too. Quite often, in fact. Luckily, applying eye makeup isn’t some secret craft practiced by only a few wise monks who never reveal their secrets. Eye makeup is really about using little tricks of color, texture, and finish. Makeup artists know these tricks, and now we’re sharing them with you. And trust us—anyone can do these.