Spring is finally here, and with it comes an influx of color everywhere. To help navigate the transition from icy winter into a season that's all about blossoms and new growth, we asked celebrity makeup artist Jenn Streicher to weigh in on the products that get her ready to celebrate.
call this makeup "You Only Better Makeup," and whether you're heading to your own red carpet event or the closest you're getting to a carpet is the one in your living room, this is makeup you can wear and love and feel great in.
Spring is just around the corner. Time to break out our breezy dresses, light-as-a-feather scarves and pretty sandals. It's also time to re-evaluate our makeup routine. The days of winter where we needed thicker foundation and dark, smoky eyes are behind us. It's time for fresh-faced beauty.
The plates reminded me of dinners in our old house, and looking around the living room, I could imagine my father (who had passed away 27 years ago this month) sitting on the sofa. Each clang of the grandfather clock reminded me of being a little girl.
Lip colors are one of the key products to creating a stellar makeup look. Whether they are an accessory to your sultry eyes or a statement on their own, no one wants their lipstick disappearing by lunch time.
I figured I'd try... then I woke up to a huge blackhead smack dab on my right cheek. Yikes.
If you're a cosmetics junkie and wine lover like me, no doubt you've heard about skincare products and makeup that contain some form of beneficial ingredients from wine grapes.
Frank Toskan tends to shy away from the media and rarely boasts about his success, even though he was responsible for opening some 300 MAC Cosmetics stores worldwide in just 15 years. This is the first in-person interview he's granted in more than 15 years.
If you read me with any regularity, you'll know I'm obsessed with trying every new beauty product on the market that I can get my greedy little hands on
Confession: I am afraid of wearing lipstick. Because of this, I always let my lips go bare, even when wearing makeup on the rest of my face.
It's all about context: applying lipstick at the table in a friend's home among people you know is okay, but a business dinner at a five-star restaurant is a no-no.
I think it's pretty much safe to say that every bride-to-be devises an enormous 'To Do' list before the Big Day (it's a checklist maker's ultimate dream!) and let's be honest, how her face will look while standing at the altar is usually near the top of it.
I am not a particularly photogenic individual, yet most of the pictures you'll find of me are relatively flattering. It's just wearing the right hair and makeup -- here are the highlights of my arsenal.
Every autumn when all the fall look books make their debut, I find a new lipstick color and fall in love all over again.
When it comes to applying makeup, every woman is unique in her needs. In this series Eve Pearl shares her Before and After makeover images, highlighting the individual considerations of Women of Color.