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100 Years of Beauty in 1 Minute

100 Years of Beauty in 1 Minute

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Strobing Is the New Contouring. Here's How to Do It Without Looking Like a Hot Mess. Getty Images Advertisement - Continue Reading Below What is strobing, you ask? It's a fun term for highlighting, basically. Forget everything you learned about contouring (it was hard to master, anyway). Extra highlighting will give you a dewy, shimmery, more youthful glow. Pretty Easy: Strobing Feel like full-on contouring is a bit too complex? Skip the bronzer, and try strobing. Where contouring adds sculpting shadows to your features, strobing amps them up with high-voltage highlighting—and naturally pretty results. Not to mention, it has much less room for error; all you need is an emollient moisturizer and some strategically placed highlighter.

MAC AIDS FUND What kind of a company ignites its charity program by selling lipstick with RuPaul, a drag queen as its spokesperson? Then follows that act with (to use the colloquial) a non-lipstick lesbian, kd Lang? M·A·C, the cult Canadian brand created in 1985 has always been fearless and outspoken and when it comes to the VIVA GLAM message, it's always been loud and clear! Campaign History × The founders of the company, Frank Angelo and Frank Toskan, banded together with the M·A·C artists to create the M·A·C AIDS Fund in 1994, in a grass roots effort to make a difference in the world with a community outreach for HIV/AIDS. Search for Cruelty-Free Companies The list includes companies that make cosmetics, personal-care products, household-cleaning products, and other common household products. In the U.S., no law requires that these types of products be tested on animals, and companies can choose not to sell their products in countries such as China, where tests on animals are required for cosmetics and other products. Companies on this list should be supported for their commitment to manufacturing products without harming any animals. Companies that aren't on this list should be boycotted until they implement a policy that prohibits animal testing.

The Brand - KIKO MAKE UP MILANO - KIKO KIKO MILANO was established and founded in 1997 by Percassi. It is an Italian professional cosmetics brand that features a range of cutting-edge makeup, face and body treatments. Safe and effective products of the highest quality, created to satisfy the beauty requirements of women of any age. Estée Lauder, Clinique & M.A.C Are No Longer Cruelty-Free – Je t'aime by Hotashi I just found out the unfortunate news from Nika from Pirouette Makeup on her latest video. I did a google search and found out it was true. Read here and here. Basically M.A.C along with other Estee Lauder brands, have changed their statement on animal testing to say that they do not test on animals or ask others to do so except when required by law.

MAC Cosmetics Is No Longer Cruelty Free - Logical Harmony For a long time, one of the most well-known cruelty free brands has been MAC Cosmetics. It was also a common rumor in the vegan community that all their products are also vegan. Sadly, MAC Cosmetics is no longer cruelty free. Known for their bright and bold collections as well as their wide range of classic shades, MAC seems to have something to offer to everyone. Staying up to date on what companies are animal friendly is a big priority for me. I only purchase vegan items, and I don’t want to buy any product that has caused harm to any animals. Pamela Anderson slams MAC Cosmetics for animal testing Pamela Anderson‘s thoughts about MAC Cosmetics are no longer warm and fuzzy. The actress wrote a strongly worded letter expressing outrage that MAC, which has long prided itself on creating cruelty-free makeup, does test products on animals in countries that legally require it for imported cosmetics. Anderson, a longtime PETA activist and former MAC spokesperson, sent her letter to John Demsey — group president at Estée Lauder, which owns MAC — on Thursday.

NARS Cosmetics Company Information “In the natural pursuit of beauty, women change constantly – great products inspire and guide this process. It’s all about finding different ways to express individual beauty and personality.” – Francois Nars Founder: Yves Saint Laurent Beauty: perfume, makeup, skincare-L’Oréal Group Fragrance: the Yves Saint Laurent history of fragrances is punctuated by successes. Ever since the 1964 creation of « Y », more than 50 years ago, YSL Beauté has produced true olfactory sociological markers. A societal dimension perfectly illustrated by the image of Monsieur Yves Saint Laurent posing nude for the launch of his first men's fragrance, Pour Homme, in 1971. Today, many fragrances of the brand have become must-have references both for men, with L'Homme, La Nuit de l'Homme and women, with Opium, Black Opium, Manifesto and Paris. Makeup offers the highest technology at the heart of a precious case, under the inspiration of Lloyd Simmonds, Creative Director Makeup.