All Posts Tagged With: "Eye Shadow"
My latest must-have makeup find my loves…is the limited edition Make Up For Ever La Boheme Eye Shadow Palette which can be applied dry, or also with a moistened foam tip (which BTW haven’t tried yet because I’m a busy girl and opt for the quicker dry option).
Makeup Make Up For Ever makeup for Spring 2012
L to R: Lagoon Green, Vegetal Green, Beige, Parma Purple, Brown, Coral
The pigment is a bit sheer yet dramatic enough and shimmers. Another great thing about this palette is the all the shades are very practical and wearable and long wearing. My favorite shade so far is the Brown.
The MAC Quartz Fusion Eye Shadow for the MAC Semi Precious collection is the multi tasker. I use it as an eye shadow, to highlight & illuminate, and as a blush. The shade is light pink with lots of silver shimmer. It’s a star.
MAC Quartz Fusion Eye Shadow the swatch below…please note the shade would vary based on your skin tone, this is just how it looks on me:)
Too Faced is up to something with their eye shadows. They are my new favorite. This collection was part of their 2010 holiday gift collection sold in Sephora aka Too Faced Enchanted Glamourland. The shades are hip and practical. The eye shadows are light in texture, shimmery and long lasting.
NEW Beauty Products On The Block. New beauty products excite me. In fact that’s what makes me a beauty junkie you see. The thrill of trying new products and maybe even finding The One. The latest has just landed the Marta Walsh’s desk. Here’s a sneak peek. Mostly by L’Oreal Paris introducing EverSleek Sulfate-Free smoothing system Preparative Shampoo, conditioner, and EverSleek Frizz Creme Serum. Smells green melon and white rose and fantastic and works as good as salon brands. Also in the collection, L’Oreal EverSleek Intense Smoothing version.
Just landed on Marta Walsh’s desk the latest beauty products x
Another favorite is L’Oreal New Magic Smooth Souffle Makeup Foundation, so light so easy to apply, great wearable shades, it’s a keeper. It’s an air-whipped, oil-free foundation. This is part f L’Oreal Studio Secrets collection inspired by backstage beauty and their very talented makeup artist James Kaliardos.
The new Estée Lauder Pure Color Wild Violet Makeup Collection will be available at select Estée Lauder counters nationwide and esteelauder.com starting in January 2011. Marta Walsh has the sneak peak to their eye shadow: Pure Color Five Color EyeShadow Palette in Wild Violet palette.
Estée Lauder Pure Color Five Color EyeShadow Palette in Wild Violet palette.
There is a new breed of eyeshadow by Estée Lauder. It’s a step up from anything you know before by Estée Lauder in terms of intensity of pigments and long lasting. Maybe because Estée Lauder is also the ‘owner’ of MAC Cosmetics and they are inspired, maybe it’s Tom Pecheux Estée Lauder’s Creative Makeup Director, or maybe because it’s Estée Lauder.
Michelle Williams’ makeup. Celebrity makeup artist Jeanine Lobell worked with Michelle Williams at the New York premiere of Blue Valentine on Tuesday, December 7th, 2010. Marta Walsh has the scoop on how to get Michelle’s fresh, modern red carpet look.
“I started with Kevyn Aucoin Skin Enhancer for a foundation on her skin. I applied the Ombres Perlées de CHANEL, a beautiful palette of six eye shadows. (New for Spring, available in January 2011). I applied the pale ivory shade loosely all over the eye from lash line to brow then the pink one lightly over the crease to flatten the eye.
Actress Jessica Szohr looked beautiful at the 2010 Breakthrough of the Year Awards where she won for “Breakthrough Actress in Film”. mark Celebrity Makeup Artist Mai Quynh shares with Talking Makeup and Marta Walsh how she created Jessica’s sultry red carpet makeup look.
How To Get Jessica Szohr’s Makeup At The Breakthrough of the Year Awards by mark Celebrity Makeup Artist Mai Quynh using mark Cosmetics:
“For Jessica’s face, I first applied mark For Goodness Face Antioxidant Skin Moisturizing Lotion SPF 30 all over her skin to create a nice base. Next, I followed by applying mark Face Xpert Flawless Touch Makeup in Golden using the mark Foundation Brush to create an even skin tone.
Jennifer Aniston’s Makeup: CHANEL Celebrity Makeup Artist Angela Levin worked with Jennifer Aniston at the Los Angeles premiere of The Switch on Monday, August 16th, 2010. Talking Makeup has the scoop on how to get miss Aniston’s fresh, radiant red carpet makeup look.
Jennifer Aniston’s makeup at the Los Angeles premiere of The Switch by Celebrity Makeup Artist Angela Levin:
“I first prepped Jen’s face with the new CHANEL Sublimage Concentrate, to enhance her already radiant skin. Her base was La Mer Foundation in 06, and on her cheeks I dusted a bit of CHANEL Powder Blush in Rose Pétale. On her eyes I used CHANEL Quadra Eyeshadow in Tentation Cuivré, a rich brown and copper shadow palette new for Holiday. The warm shades compliment Jen’s gorgeous eye colour.
Backstage Makeup: Watch: NARS for 3.1 phillip lim Autumn/Winter 2010 Fashion Week. Lead Artist: Lisa Butler for NARS Cosmetics. Key Products Used: Douceur Blush (new for Fall!), Coconut Grove Single Eyeshadow (new for Fall!), Abyssinia Eyeshadow, London Eyeliner Pencil, Sex Machine Velvet Matte Lip Pencil, Luxor Multiple, Riviera Multiple.
The Makeup Look & Inspiration: “This look has many layers,” said Lisa Butler for NARS Cosmetics. “The eyes are edgy while the skin was kept healthy and glowing. The lips are a soft, sheer pink for the elegant punk-rock princess style that Phillip was looking for.”
Watch: NARS for Thakoon Autumn/Winter 2010 Fashion Week. Lead Artist: Diane Kendal for NARS Cosmetics. Key Products Used: Douceur Blush (new for Fall 2010!), Coconut Grove Eyeshadow (new for Fall!), Tzarine Duo Eyeshadow (new for Fall!), Portobello Duo Eyeshadow, Belle de Jour Lipstick.
The Makeup Look & Inspiration: “The look is fresh, beautiful, luminous and quite confident,” said Diane Kendal for NARS Cosmetics. “We focused on a strong brow and highlighted the eyes to show depth and boldness in a way that wouldn’t fight with the various textures, layers and colors of the collection.”