COMING SOON: The Maybelline New York Limited Edition Holiday Collection.
Smolder, Sparkle and Shine this Party Season. Introducing The Limited Edition Holiday Collection from Maybelline New York.
New York, NY, October 2015 – Get gorgeous in a New York minute this holiday season with the Limited Edition Holiday Collection from Maybelline New York. The collection features three curated palettes with new formulas and shades to create custom makeup looks to take every IT girl through the holiday party circuit.
Up in Smoke Makeup Kit ($14.99) has all the shades you need to go from subtle to smoldering in one sweep. The dark neutrals include shimmery and matte eye shadows and liner, blush, highlighter and nude lip gloss.
NEW YORK, NY, October 2015 – What makes a woman memorable are hereyes. No wonder it’s the feature that women all over the world have used to flaunt their femininity for centuries. A woman with wide, expressive eyes can get what she wants without uttering a word. She can flirt, she can seduce, and she can feel beautiful – even powerful. Long, thick, lifted lashes instantly create sexier, alluring eyes. And now women can get power lashes without resorting to fakes. Hello, instant glam.
“Drama? Sometimes I like to push it”– Gigi Hadid
The ultimate glamour girl knows what she wants – traffic-stopping, dramatic, over-the-top lashes as bold and dramatic as false lashes. The NEW The Falsies Push Up Drama Mascara from Maybelline New York delivers dramatically lifted lashes with a daring push-up effect. It’s the latest mascara game-changer from Maybelline New York.
Textured updos were on Dove Celebrity Stylist Mark Townsend’s mind during the Toronto International Film Festival, where Elizabeth Olsen and Dakota Johnson premiered their latest blockbusters for fall – “I Saw The Light” and “Black Mass”.
“For the ‘I Saw The Light’ premiere, Elizabeth and I talked about doing an up-do and we wanted to keep it chic and not too overdone. Textured up styles are such a huge trend because the hair is away from the face but still has a style to it.” – Mark
Get the Look!
Start by placing a few drops of Dove Pure Care Dry Oil on damp hair and comb it through. I’m obsessed with this oil because it nourishes the hair from the inside and then seals the cuticle for smooth, silky hair. It never weighs the hair down!
With her new film Sicario hitting theaters this month, it’s no surprise that Emily Blunt looked fiercely beautiful at last night’s premiere to match her strong, powerful, FBI agent persona on the big screen. Inspired by Emily’s dusty-blue mermaid-esque dress, makeup artist Jenn Streicher turned to the AMOREPACIFIC Color Control Cushion Compact SPF 50+ to achieve a minimal, yet fashion-forward glow to complement her dress:
“For makeup, I wanted the focus to be skin. I used the AMOREPACIFIC Color Control Cushion Compact SPF 50+ in Shade 104, which Emily loves because it has SPF 50. She has such pretty skin to begin with and doesn’t need too much coverage. She actually looks better with less makeup so the compact was the perfect base.”
Gato from Maybelline New York created a feminine look with pops of edgy details. His bold palette of makeup color counterbalances the soft pastel hues of the collection.
Maybelline NY Cushnie et Ochs SS16 Makeup
Continue reading for how-to and Maybelline makeup products used!
Yadim from Maybelline New York created a youthful and fresh look with a “barely made up” finish, punctuated with a bold and modern strained red lip in what he calls “Wu Red” — a blend of Maybelline lip shades uniquely combined for the Jason Wu SS16 show.
Maybelline products used:
DreamLumi Touch Highlighting Concealer under the eyes to brighten and minimize shadows.
Backstage at Nicole Miller’s Spring/Summer 2016 show, butter LONDON’s lead manicurist, Katie Jane Hughes, created a fashion-forward naildesign that perfectly complemented the fun, edgy collection.
What Katie says: “I created this bold nail look to play off of the street art inspired clothing in the collection. Black nails and edgy details are going to be a trend for spring. Spring beauty this season isn’t about playing by the rules.”