How To Do 1950s Retro Make-Up Like Audrey Hepburn (Celebrity Style) Make-up artist Jo Reid shows you how to do the iconic retro look as made famous by Audrey Hepburn, Scarlett Johansson and Gwen Stefani. Eyebrows should be thick, lift slightly at the arch and taper towards the end. Prime the eyelids with primer, foundation and translucent powder. Apply a matte, sable eyeshadow to the eyelid from the base of lashes up into the socket. Apply the same colour underneath as an eyeliner to make your eyes look larger. Use a gel eyeliner along the top lashes, taking the line up and out, and increase the pressure as you move to the outer edge of the eye to get a thicker line. Use a thickening mascara on the top lashes, wiggling the wand from side to side to coat each lash. Apply under eye concealer and blend down and out. Create a matte complexion with translucent powder. Contour the cheekbones with a matt contouring powder, and apply it with an angled brush, starting at the highest point of the dip in the cheek.
D.I.Y. Curls // How To Rag Roll Your Hair I love the look of naturally curly hair! My sweet friend, Katie, told me about rag rolling. It's a quick and simple way to get natural looking curls without using a curling iron! I asked her to share her method here on A Beautiful Mess because I knew you'd be itching to learn like I was! Enjoy... You'll need some cut fabric strips, a comb and some water. How to rag roll your hair- First, dampen the bottom of your hair (the part you plan to roll) using a spray bottle. Have fun styling!
Trend: Rainbow Eyes Love color? Why not go one step further like these gorgeous Beauties and create a rainbow on your eyelids. Whether you take it all the way up to your brows or just stick with liner, bright, colorful eyes are a great way to brighten up a drab outfit. Elin T. Elin creates a stunning rainbow that shows off her beautiful eyes. Veronica M. Veronica tones it down with a sweeping eye liner. Lauren S. Lauren creates a vivid, sunset toned rainbow on her eyes. GUEST POST - thebeautydepartment.com - StumbleUpon photos by: Kathleen Bly post designed by kristin ess Mad love for our first guest post winner, Taylor Nick!!! I am fully obsessed with this bohemian-inspired-braided-goodness! Even though Taylor had some SERIOUS competition, there’s no doubt that this little lady took the cake in our hair tutorial contest. She created a beautiful, textured, easy hairstyle that will work with almost any hair type. Congratulations Taylor, and thanks to ALL of you who entered this post contest. Xx Kristin “My look is inspired by all of the bohemian braids on the 2011 runways. Tools: 2 Claw clipsBobby PinsHair tie, preferably matching your hair colorFine tooth combHairspray Steps: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. XO Taylor Tags: congrats, congratulations, contest, hair, kristin ess, lauren conrad, taylor nick, the beauty department, thebeautydepartment.com, tutorial, tutorial contest, win, winner Related posts:
101 Hairstyle Tutorials Girls, because we all have our sad/bad/mad hair moments when we *desperately* wish our hair were more this or less that (insert personal hair hell here), I wanted us to have a huge list of hairstyle resources that we could turn to for ideas and inspiration. So here are 101 hairstyle tips and tutorials, each one easy to follow and well selected to help your hair go from 0-60 in the time it takes you to get ready for work. Without further ado, hair we go! 101 hairstyle tutorials and hair care tips How to Style Your Hair Like Gwen Stefani: Let’s start with some fun celebs. How to Style Your Hair Like Amy Winehouse: And on that note, all you even more daring ladies can take it to the next level and inspire your own inner Amys (the hair, not the lifestyle) with the beehive! How to Create Soft, Loose Waves: This is an easy, 20-minute step-by-step process showing how to get soft, loose waves a la Jessica Simpson. How to Create Christina Aguilera’s Hairstyle: Do you wanna get dirrrty?
Wacky beauty tips that work Cosmopolitan Subscribe Look Inside! Subscribe and save Subscribe to Cosmopolitan and get three issues for just $6! Order now For a daily fix of awesomeness that fits perfectly on your phone, just go to cosmopolitan.com.au on your mobile Save or splurge? Hair Hair today, gone tomorrow 2:04AM, Apr 23 Spidey just shaved his glorious head of hair off (but he's just as baben without it). Skin Dry skin smackdown 10:36AM, Apr 9 What if those flakes are a sign something’s up? Community > Your Beauty Tips How to sculpt away the last... 10.55am, March 7th Epochas Epochas body sculpting cream and serum has had many people trying to detract or ignore it but in the end everyone who has tried it has... Report Share Your Tips Appear In Cosmo Want to see yourself in the pages of Cosmopolitan? Find Out How Welcome! beauty galleries Don't Miss Out Get the latest news straight to your inbox by signing up to our newsletter! Subscribe Cosmo Community Join Now Login Cosmo Team Blog More from the team SO.
Eye Makeup Techniques - LoveToKnow Makeup - StumbleUpon Knowing the right eye makeup techniques can help you accurately and easily achieve the look you want. When applied correctly, eye shadows, eyeliners, and mascara can transform anyone from the girl next door to a ravishingly sexy siren. Learn which techniques work best and find out what's new and hot. Different Types of Eye Makeup Techniques There are many ways to apply eye makeup, and different techniques can produce very different results. Apply a basic eye makeup look with professional-looking resultsApply sexy evening eye makeup like an expertDelve into the world of smoky bedroom eyesCreate unique, dramatic, or fantasy eye looksWork with particular products to create a look, such as liquid eyeliner for a cat eye lookEnhance your eyes for special occasions, such as a wedding, formal dance, or special eventUse celebrity or runway eye makeup styles as inspiration for your own lookDo retro-inspired eye makeup Enhance Your Eyes
5 Foods You Have In Your Kitchen That Should Be In Your Hair | Crunchy Betty - StumbleUpon Baking soda should be in your hair if it has build-up. Let’s make a pact today. You and me. From now on, when we have a beauty issue, we’ll look in the cabinets – first – before we run out and buy an expensive (or even bargain) product to fix us. And, I know, I know … there’s just something a little bit comforting about picking up a bottle of FancySchmancy-Make-You-Fabulous Potion; there’s some weird satisfaction in forking over your hard-earned money to feel hot. But there’s a new and better feeling from fixing it yourself — by rummaging through your kitchen. And don’t get me wrong, sometimes it’s easier or less time consuming to snag a product from the shelf. Now, I’m here to get you started with your tresses. When I say “5 Foods You Have In Your Kitchen,” I mean “5 Foods That Are Still Left In My Kitchen,” because my produce drawer is really bare right now. At this point, I figure if I have these 5 things in my kitchen, you SURELY have them in yours. And we’re going to fix your hair. soda
Celebrity Makeup Breakdown: Kristen Stewart at Eclipse New York Screening « Makeup For Life - Beauty Advice, Makeup Tutorials, Celebrity Makeup, Product Reviews I have always LOVED Kristen Stweart‘s makeup looks and KStewartnews recently did an exclusive interview with Kristen’s makeup artist, Beau Nelson – who also happened to be one of my favorites – on how to nail the gorgeous smoky eye below! “Kristen had just changed her hair color, and I knew it was going to be a really amazing red carpet moment and be photographed to death so I wanted to make sure she looked cool, chic, and beautiful. Adir Abergel her hairstylist did a beautiful loose and messy braided up-do which complimented her at the time newly strawberry blonde hair color (courtesy of Marie Robinson, the UBER talented NY colorist), this made Kristen’s naturally beautiful complexion look even more peaches and creme and made her look a bit younger and more innocent. Here is a how to step by step to get the eyes: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Like what you see? Remember to also check out Beauté-Cosmetics.com to learn more about Beau’s line.
Traditional Beauty Tips Everyone hates being told, “I told you so,” and most women also hate thinking their mother was right. However, on stepping upon the threshold of thirty, and with my South Asian mother now in her early sixties, I can’t help but notice that on a good day, she looks not more than maybe only five or ten years older. And with each wrinkle, thinned out skin or spot I notice, I hear her quite literally echoing voice telling me “I told you so.” So what was it exactly that she used to always harp on about while growing up? Quite simply: endless beauty tips that at that time seemed to have been carved on stone tablets alongside Moses’ Ten Commandments. In my own desperate attempt to look great, I have ventured down every possible winding road that ultimately lead me nowhere, pick-pocketing my hard earned dollars with daylight robbery rates and empty promises of youth and beauty. Once a week, use a natural honey face mask for softer skin and cleansed pores. Sleep.
How to: Fix broken powder cosmetics. By Sheila Arkee So, you have a favorite eyeshadow, pressed powder, or blush you absolutely cannot live without. Life happens, and sometimes before you even realize it, you find yourself the owner of your favorite product, smashed into 5 million little pieces. When your powder cosmetics are broken into 5 million pieces, you can always put them in a small container and use as a loose shadow, but you DO have the option of fixing the products so it’s almost as good as new. It’s easy! The only extra product you’ll need is Rubbing Alcohol that you can get from any old drugstore. Here is a lovely L’Oreal H.I.P. #319 eyeshadow that was sadly broken upon arrival. Step 1: Dump the shadow into a small bowl. Step 2: Use the back of a brush to crush the shadow into a fine powder. Step 3: I used the cap to my rubbing alcohol as a measurement and poured it into the container with the shadow. I used a wooden stirrer that I had lying around, but you can use a spoon or anything you want. Step 7: All set!