Whether you're a seasoned beauty buff or new to the craft, learning how to frame your face is a must.
When I emailed makeup artist Fiona Stiles and told her I was going to get eyebrow extensions, her response was a mix of bewilderment and intrigue. "How do they lay down the hair? Won't it look flat against the skin? Won't the adhesive look shiny?" she asked. Well, friends, I'm here to clear up all your confusion.
Alopecia is a hardcore thief. Not your "Harry-and-Marv-from-Home Alone-"sticky bandit"-who-you-kinda-love" type of thief. Not even the kind you can arrest and throw into jail.
With the growth of the photo-sharing app, users are utilizing Instagram as a platform to share their makeup looks and artistry while others are turning to it for makeup inspiration. Goss has noticed a trend in very heavy makeup looks that are gaining popularity.
If the eyes are the window to the soul, certainly brows must be the curtain. Or maybe I'm just rationalizing what is surely a sign of insanity.
Eyebrows have a true purpose for being -- to help keep sweat out of our eyes, and convey a wide range of emotion through facial expression. But they've also had a starring role in beauty trends for thousands of years.
We're cool with '90s fashion resurfacing, but '90s beauty? No, thanks. Case-in-point: pencil-thin eyebrows.
In order to meet the hairless, pre-pubescent body ideal that the American society sets up for us, women must engage in a constant war against their hair.
A well-groomed brow is vital to complete any look.
Eyebrows underline your emotions. The wrong shape can convey unintended vulnerability or aggression. The smallest change can totally disrupt the balance of your features: pluck a hair or two too many between the brows and your forehead looks distended.
Below are some of the makeup do's and don'ts I have found to be helpful for myself and my clients.
My first experiences began somewhere around age 13. I picked on myself when I felt picked on at school or home and late at night when studying for tests because I didn't know the answers or when I worried over upcoming tests.
Most brands make one or two shades -- usually named after syrup flavors like mocha or caramel -- neither of those work for me.
Award season is one of the most exciting times of the year as I get to check in with my favorite celebrity clients and ensure their brows are red-carpet ready!
Every bride-to-be knows the details matter. When choosing a wedding style, be it subtle or more blatant, everything from the dress, to the flowers, to the décor, to the groomsmen's shoes count. Well, the brows are no exception.
This needs to be fixed before your wedding day!