This month, our monthly columnist, LA-based celebrity makeup artist Kerry Malouf talks about springing forward at a photo shoot with one of her favorite shutterbugs.
LA-based celebrity makeup artist, the exotically monikered Agostina works with some pretty sought after, incredibly beautiful starlets, among them Rosario Dawson, Kim Raver, and Glee’s Jayma Mayes.
In spring and summer, face it. No one wants to sport a full face of makeup! You want less product on your face and nothing weighing you down or sticking to you like latex.
In addition to bright, Easter/Spring-ready colors, it’s all about bases, primers and perfectors. The extra step and additional product are worth the effort and the price and even when its steamy.
Oh, Fashion Week…eight days of fabulous people, clothing and artistry. It’s also a week of having to look stylish and fresh with a routine of next to no sleep, constantly judging how much longer your poor feet will be able to stand in your Choo’s and my personal favorite, a diet of, “I think I <... >
For the past decade, makeup artists have had a love affair with light-reflecting products and the youthful, dewy looks they create.
In 2008, when I assumed the role of Beauty Editor for Beauty News NYC, one of my first stories was on eyelash conditioners/growers. I am cursed with poker straight lashes, which are like my hair.
We’re not going to go as far as christening orange the new pink, but on the Prada and Balenciaga runways, the fresh-squeezed, uber-juicy shade was dominant. You can wake up your makeup this spring with wearable, realway-appropriate orange hues as long as you use them sparingly. Make Up Forever’s Glossy Full Couleur #2 is neon <... >
In this month’s edition of Beauty Insider, Kerry expounds the virtues of Hourglass Cosmetics and a clean, light look and gives you the knowledge on how to get it.
A book about the worldwide practices of body painting, hair removal, kohl eyeliner, skin lightening, hair extensions & precise lipstick application?