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Yigal Azrouel Fall 2010 Makeup

WATCH Marta Walsh as she interviews Wendy Rowe Makeup Artist for Bobbi Brown Cosmetics backstage at Yigal Azrouel Fall/Winter 2010 during New York Fashion Week. The Look: “Youthful, fresh but chic makeup with heavy focus on brows…”-Wendy Rowe for Bobbi Brown Cosmetics.

Inspired by a collection rich in texture, the makeup for the Fall 2010 Yigal Azrouel collection is about the texture of the skin. Chic, yet effortless, skin is bronzed with emphasis on cheeks, and eyes are softly defined in beige and brown tones. Nude lips complete a fairly monotone, natural look, with the exception of a strong, linear, defined brow.

How to get the look with Bobbi Brown makeup:

Skin: Hydrating Face Cream ($50), Hydrating Eye Cream ($45), Foundation Stick ($40), Creamy Concealer ($22), Corrector ($22)
Eyes: Suede Long-Wear Cream Shadow ($22) all over lid, Long-Wear Gel Eyeliner in Sepia Ink ($21) applied lightly and smudged on upper and lower lashline
Cheeks: Bronzing Powder ($40)
Lips: Hot Cocoa and Salmon Lip Color ($22 each)
Brows: Clean and brushed up with a touch of Long-Wear Gel Eyeliner in Sepia Ink ($21)

Estée Lauder Holiday Makeup 2009

Estée Lauder Introduces: Holiday 2009.

This past October Estée Lauder has launched the Ultimate Red Color. Here the highlights:

The Ultimate Red Color Collection is a luxurious, opulent collection. The classic navy blue, Signature Estée Lauder packaging has been transformed to a holiday gold, encasing jewel-inspired shades of lavish plums and gold flecked caramels. Lips create a high impact in deep shades of cranberry and blackberry while the skin is lightly dusted in luminous, shimmer powder. Available at Estée Lauder counters nationwide and

Simply Red Lipstick (left) Simply Red Lipstick swatch (right)

Bobbi Brown Long Wear Gel Eyeliner content:

Bobbi Brown Long Wear Gel Eyeliner

Guest review by editor Kristen Oldham-Giordani


Bobbi Brown Long Wear Gel Eyeliner

This little pot o’ liner is awesome. It goes on easier than a traditional liquid liner — especially if you use a quality fine-tip brush — and actually lasts.

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