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Rihanna Hearts MAC Fall 2013 Collection

September 13th, 2013

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Part three of the Rihanna Hearts M·A·C Makeup Collection brings us a range of smoky cocoas for the eyes and various shades for the lips, encased in a cute rose gold packaging.


Eyeshadow x 4 ($44)
Her Cocoa
Smoked Cocoa

Lipstick ($16.50)
Nude – Cool nude cream (Matte)
Who’s That Chick – mid-tone orange with frost (Frost)
RiriWoo – Matte cool red (Retromatte)
Talk That Talk – Matte dark plum (Retromatte)

Lipglass ($16.50)
RiriWoo – Cool red cream (Cream)

Pro Longwear Lip Pencil ($21.50)
Riri Woo – Cool red cream
Talk That Talk – Dark plum cream

Extended Play Lash ($17.50)
GiGablack – Black

Liquidlast Liner ($21.50)
Pointblack – Black

Veluxe Brow Liner ($21.50)
Deep Brunette – Muted blackish-brown
Deep Dark Brunette – Dark dirty chocolate

Powder Blush Duo ($29)
Hibiscus Kiss – Cool coral blush and matte neutral bronze

Powder Blush ($23)
Bad Girl Gone Good – Warm copper (Satin)

Cream Colour Base ($22)
Diamonds – Golden shimmer cream (Frost)

Lash ($17.50)
36 Lash
35 Lash

Brush
282SE Duo Fibre Shader ($32)
187SE Duo Fibre Face ($42)

Rihanna Hearts MAC Her Cocoa Eyeshadow Quad
Rihanna Hearts MAC Smoked Cocoa Eyeshadow Quad
Rihanna Hearts MAC Lipsticks











Rihanna Hearts M·A·C Fall Collection will be available October 3, 2013 at all M·A·C locations.

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DIY Halloween Makeup Tips & Tricks

October 23rd, 2011

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By Dustin Hunter, Washington, Makeup Artist

Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, Dustin Hunter has been designing various media since his early teen years. Studying several different art forms, Hunter’s creative background ranges from illustration and photography to fashion and interior design to music production and makeup artistry. As a makeup artist, Dustin Hunter combines his love of music and visual art to construct images of experimental beauty for both stage and photography; creating avant-garde makeup looks for photographers, performers and musicians. Check out his blog and YouTube channel, plus read his full bio.


DIY Halloween Makeup Tips & Tricks

Before my kitchen refrigerator was stocked with fake blood and scab material, I relied on some pretty creative ways to make my own FX supplies. With Halloween just around the corner, some of us may be freaking out and thinking we’ve run out of time to put a costume together, but here are a few DIY tips that I STILL use to this day (even with a fridge full of gore) for last minute costumes:

Matte Eyeshadows | If you’re going to create bruises or dirty, rough, and irritated skin, matte eyeshadows in shades like lime green, mustard yellow, violet, dark brown and blue are must-haves! Any amount of frost or shimmer will give the illusion away in an instant so stick with matte finishes.

Burgundy Lipstick | Highly pigmented, dark red lipstick not only mimics the look of blood quite well (particularly for scraps and small cuts) but also stays where you place it, making it a good choice for long-wearing blood effects.

Luffas and Bath Scrunchies | If you don’t have access to a stippling sponge, a cut up Luffa or tightly-wound bath scrunchie will work to create the look of broken capillaries. Dip the edges into your dark red lipstick and stamp onto the skin.

Food Coloring and Light Corn Syrup | Add several drops of red and just a smidgen of blue for realistic fake blood! Add a small amount of water if you really need the stuff to flow, or if you know your way around a kitchen, you can reduce the mixture over heat (to the “soft ball” stage) for some pretty snazzy homemade scab material! Remember, blood comes in different shades of red (arterial blood is brighter than the blood from veins), so mix accordingly.

Eyelash Adhesive | It’s actually liquid latex. Spread a thin layer onto the skin and start picking and scratching it–be careful though, it’s still your skin you’re scratching at! Fill in the “holes” in your skin with that dark red lipstick to create a nice “road rash” effect!

MORE Eyelash Adhesive and Cotton | Thin strips of cotton (pulled from buds or cotton balls) can be placed on the skin over your lash glue. Set those strips with another layer of glue and you’ll have instant raised scarring!

Hairspray | If you do something cool, you’ll want to make sure it sticks around by using a makeup sealer. I love Final Seal by Ben Nye (Benefit’s She-Laq is nice but pricey). But if you’re in a pinch, reach for the hairspray. A light mist will do the job; just don’t tell your dermatologist I told you to put it on your face.

If you can stomach it, do a few image searches in your favorite search engine for words like “bruise,” “broken capillaries,” and “scrapes and cuts” for inspiration. The best way to learn how to create something realistic looking is to see how it looks… in reality.

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Runway Beauty: Luxe By Lisa Vogel at MBFW Swim 2012

July 20th, 2011

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Make Up For Ever Alliance Artist James Vincent served as key make up artist for the Luxe by Lisa Vogel show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim in Miami last weekend. The make up featured a strong eye and soft lip, a perfect match for the modern beach sophisticate inspired swimwear.



Complexion & Cheeks
The skin was sheer with a natural Miami glow. James added Make Up For Ever HD Microfinish Blush #13 in pale pink to the cheeks for the most natural looking glow.

Eyes
The smoldering eyes boast a combination of blacks, browns and metallics for a classic look that is young and modern. James first applied Make Up For Ever Aqua Cream #14 (warm satin brown) to the lids, then blended Make Up For Ever Eye Shadows #17 (espresso) and #165 (dark taupe brown) with Make Up For Ever Diamond Shadow #312 (dark copper shimmer) up into the crease. He added Make Up For Ever Metal Powder #1 in sunflower gold on top for added metallic dimension. James then lined the inner rim of the eyes with Make Up For Ever Khol Pencil #1K in black for a bit of rock n’ roll glam.

Lips
The lips were subtle with no hard lines or edges. James applied Make Up For Ever Lab Shine #S6, a soft peach, for a glossy look.

Image: Zimbio.com.

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Celebrity Inspired Makeup – Megan Fox By Eve Pearl

August 9th, 2010

Eve shows us how to create a Megan Fox look! EVE PEARL Products Used: (www.EvePearl.com) **ALWAYS CHECK OUR WEBSITE FOR OUR LATEST COUPON CODE!!** PRODUCTS USED: (www.EvePearl.com) •Priming Moisturizer – ($28) •HD Foundation Medium – ($54) •Smudge Proof Black Pearl Liquid Liner – ($26) •Diva Eye Pallet – ($40) •Au Naturale Eye Pallet – ($40) •Ultimate Lashes 101 – ($6) •Black Lash Glue – ($6) •Glamour Lash Mascara – ($22) •Kohl Eye Pencil w Smudger Combo in Blackout – ($18) •Salmon Concealer Medium – ($35) •Neutral Pressed Powder – ($32) •Creme Blush Rosy – ($22) •Lip Gloss in See Thru/Wet Kisses – ($28) •Lip Pencil in “Cosmo” – ($18) EVE PEARL BRUSHES USED: (www.EvePearl.com) •Foundation Brush ($25) •Mini Oval Concealer Brush ($18) •All Over Eye Shadow Brush – ($20) •Eyeliner/Eyebrow Brush – ($15) •Mini Crease Brush (Natural) – ($20) •Mixer/Blender Eyeshadow Brush – ($20) •Mini Smudger (Synthetic) – ($15) •Fan Brush – ($20)

Jessica Alba-Make-up look!

September 7th, 2009

Hey this is a look that i was asked to do i hope you enjoy its for ppl with warm skin tone as its a little heavy on me but it’s look great on must warms! XOXO