Posts Tagged ‘Sarah’

Runway Beauty: Jungle Beauty at Mara Hoffman Resort 2015

July 23rd, 2014

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Amazonian jungle beauty served as inspiration at Mara Hoffman Resort 2015. As a result, Celebrity Makeup Artist and Global Artistic Director for Stila Cosmetics Sarah Lucero created tropical green eyes and rainforest dewy skin. “Mara wanted a full brow and a pop of emerald in the corner of the eyes – Brooke shields meets blue lagoon!” explained Sarah.


Skin was perfected, dewy and radiant with Stila Stay All Day Foundation. Using a Beauty Blender, Sarah pressed Stila Stay All Day 10-in-1 HD Bronzing Beauty Balm and Sun Gel into the cheeks and added Stila Convertible Color in Camellia with other shades for warmth.

For a pop of color on the eyes, Sarah added Stila Liquid Eyeliner in Emerald on the outer corners of the bottom lashline. Next, she curled models’ lashes and applied Stila Mile High Lashes Mascara. Brows were groomed with Stila Stay All Day Waterproof Brow Color and Tinted Brow Gel.

To finish, she added a combination of Stila Passionfruit and Cherry Crush Lip and Cheek Stain on the lips.

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Runway Beauty: Sun-Kissed Sirens at Clover Canyon Resort 2015

July 21st, 2014

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Celebrity Makeup Artist and Global Artistic Director for Stila Cosmetics Sarah Lucero created the most perfect “sun-kissed sirens” at the Clover Canyon Resort 2015 show for Miami Mercedes Benz Miami Swim Week. “The makeup was minimal with a fun pop of color. Skin was kept young, fresh and healthy and just warmed up with orange tones on both the face and lip.” explained Sarah.

Sun-Kissed Siren at Clover Canyon Resort 2015
Sarah used Stila Stay All Day 10-In-1 HD Illuminating Beauty Balm and a bit of concealer where needed. To create the gorgeous bronze on the cheeks, she custom blended Stila Gladiola Convertible Color and Peony Convertible Color depending on the models’ skin tone.

On the eyes, she added a light dusting of Jezebel Eyeshadow from the upcoming Stila Eyes Are The Window Shadow Palette in Spirit on the lids. Lashes were then curled and coated with Stila’s new Mile High Lashes Mascara while the brows were kept natural with Stila Stay All Day Waterproof Brow Color and Tinted Brow Gel.

Finally, a blend of Stila Avery and Valentina Color Balm Lipsticks were pressed into the lips for a soft punch color.

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Eyeliner Tips from Stila’s Sarah Luero

November 7th, 2012

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Tonight I sat down with Sarah Luero, celebrity makeup artist and Global Director of Creative Artistry & Education for Stila Cosmetics, for an exclusive preview of the gorgeous Holiday 2012 Collection. Sarah also showed us a few pointers on how to rock my favorite Stila Smudge Stick Waterproof Eye Liners, including how to layer them.


* Put on mascara before you apply eyeliner. This will help maximize your eye area and allow you to really see where to apply the liner.

* To create what Sarah calls a “double-decker eyeliner”, start with a black or brown color like Stargazer and Oscar Fish from the new Stila Seeing Stars Smudge Stick Set (pictured below). Line your eyes like you normally would from the inner corner to the outer corner. Next, apply a different, brighter color (try Moray or Tetra from the same set) on top to really make it pop.

* Be creative. Use your Smudge Sticks as eyeshadows or even highlighters by applying TONS on the back of your hand then dabbing the product onto specific areas. They key is to work quickly, as the liners do dry fast and once they set, they will not budge!

* Sarah’s favorite look for the Holidays? Lots of eyeliner paired with a flawless complexion, a bit of cream blush and a bold matte berry lip.

Are you a fan of Stila Smudge Stick Waterproof Eye Liners? How do you use them?

Stila Seeing Stars Smudge Stick Set is now available at stilacosmetics.com and Sephora for $32 or you can take advantage of the Beauty.com 20% Off Friends and Family Sale and get it for less!

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Sarah’s Makeup Artist Must-Haves

December 25th, 2011

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By Sarah, Makeup Artist

Sarah Cormier is a self-taught makeup artist in Cincinnati, OH. She mostly does wedding makeup but also has experience working on various photo shoots, fashion shows, and films. In addition, she is a freelance artist for her favorite line, MAC!

When she isn’t busy with makeup, she teaches Spinning classes at her local gym, and also attends Body Pump, Pole Fitness, and Cardio Kickboxing classes. Her other hobby is shopping, favorite stores are Nordstrom, the MAC store, Lucky Brand, and White House Black Market. Sarah is happily married to her wonderful husband of two years, Nate. Check out her blog, Sarah C. Makeup and sarahcormier.com.


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Sarah’s Makeup Artist Must-Haves

But first, many of you are probably wondering, ‘who is this girl?’, so let’s get acquainted shall we? Here is a little bit about me, summed up by the top 5 beauty products and tricks that I simply can’t live without:

Because I am a perfectionist and huge fan of long wearing products, MAC Paint Pots ($16.50) are a staple in both my kit and personal stash. There are lots of excellent lid primers on the market but paint pots are my preference because they can be used as either as a primer or as eye shadows. They keep products looking perfect from morning until the wee hours of the night. They can also offer a natural look that can be played up with a little contouring and/or dramatic liner. As most of us know, paint pots come in various finishes, but I prefer the crème variety (Soft Ochre, Painterly, Quite Natural, and Groundwork from MAC’s permanent line are examples) because they are the most versatile.

Because I like to save money, I love Pampers Sensitive Baby Wipes ($17.69) for removing makeup at the gym and before I cleanse my face at night. I also keep a pack in my kit for use on clients. You read that right friends! I first learned this years ago from a makeup artist friend and have since read several articles that advocate alcohol-free baby wipes to remove makeup. I like Pampers Sensitive because they are soothing, alcohol-free, and unscented.  Makeup remover wipes range in price between $5 to $25 depending on brand and quantity. Pampers Sensitive are basically the same thing but cost between $2 and $7, and you can often get coupons in the Sunday paper!

Because I adore saving time, money, and space in both my kit and personal stash, Buxom Waterproof Smoky Eye Sticks ($18.00) are my newest obsession. $18 at Sephora gets you this long lasting crayon of joy. Available in an array of versatile and relevant shades, they can be used as an eyeliner, eyeshadow, or blended out to create a smoky eye. Aside from being a true triple threat, what I dig most is how easy they are to apply and blend, before setting to a truly waterproof finish that will not budge. They are especially handy on jobs, where time is usually very much of the essence. All I have to do is grab one of my trusty Buxom Eye Sticks to create a runway ready look in under five minutes.

Because my eyes are my favorite feature to play up, lining the upper water line will forever remain in my back pocket as the best way to make lashes look longer and eyes more vibrant. If you haven’t tried this little trick yet, you must! Just first make sure to use a waterproof liner that is approved by for the waterline by the manufacturer; Aforementioned Buxom Waterproof Smoky Eye Sticks work great!

Because I believe that a flawless face is the most important makeup element, I cannot live without the MAC 187 Brush ($48.00). Commonly referred called the “the skunk brush,” it consists of a perfectly balanced blend of natural and synthetic fibers. Together, these two elements create maximum and even product distribution, which I particularly like because it minimizes waste and extends the life of my foundation. When used with circular and sweeping movements, this brush effortlessly creates a flawless and even finish. I often cannot tell the difference between foundations applied with a 187 and an airbrush, because it is just that good. An added bonus of this brush is that it can be used for any type of face product, blush included, in just about any formula including powders, crèmes, or liquids. If you like the idea of the 187 but find it to be a little too much, try its smaller counterpart, the 188.

What about you, what are your top five (or more!) must haves?


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Sarah Hyland @ 63rd Emmy Awards – Makeup & Dress Photos

September 18th, 2011

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Sarah Hyland @ 63rd Emmy Awards

Sarah Hyland @ 63rd Emmy Awards – Makeup & Dress Photos

Sarah Hyland as she arrives at the 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards on September 18th, 2011. She wore a custom Christian Siriano pleated silk organza gown in coral pink with antique beaded belt.

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Sarah Hyland @ 63rd Emmy Awards


Sarah Hyland @ 63rd Emmy Awards

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