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Maybelline New York Jason Wu
Yesterday, Maybelline New York created the backstage makeup look for the Jason Wu SS18 shows. For Jason Wu’s Spring 2018 collection, Yadim creates a makeup look he calls “young while still elevating the girls to the most beautiful version of themselves.” To capture this, he mimics “the reminisce of a summer tan that’s been left behind” through warm tones and faux-freckles, resulting in a look that’s equal parts sweet and stripped down.
HOW TO GET THE LOOK
Maybelline New York Jason Wu FW17 Makeup
Maybelline New York created the backstage makeup look for the Jason Wu FW 2017 show. Here’s how to get the look:
TRESemmé TREND ALERT: JASON WU
Embrace the weekend and give your hair a break from those NYFW blowouts with this casual yet sleek low pony seen on the runway at tonight’s Jason Wu show. Styled by NYFW Ambassador for TRESemmé, Holli Smith, this pony yields an effortless chic look that’s perfect to transition from day to night. Here’s how.
STYLIST TIP: “Enhancing your hair’s natural texture will personalize the look, making it unique to you.” – Holli Smith, NYFW Ambassador for TRESemmé
Jason Wu for Lancôme Collection
This June, Lancôme creative collaborator Jason Wu unveiled his second highly-anticipated Jason Wu for Lancôme Pre-Fall 2014 cosmetics collection. Following the success of the celebrated fashion designer’s debut for the legendary luxury beauty brand, Wu’s new offerings continue to capture the graceful sophistication and glamorous sensuality of the modern woman with another captivating limited edition line for eyes, cheeks, lips, and nail.
Jason Wu SS 2014
Jason Wu SS 2014 show, hair by Odile Gilbert and Kérastase Paris.
Lancome Announces Partnership With Visionary Jason Wu
Lancome is thrilled to announce its partnership with highly celebrated fashion designer, Jason Wu. With a self-proclaimed adoration for women and enhancing the female form, his talent is a natural fit for Lancome, a brand symbolic of the ultimate in femininity with modern sensibilities.
Jason Wu New York Fashion Week Fall 2012
Kérastase Paris created a sleek “warrior-style” high ponytail at this afternoon’s Jason Wu Fall 2012 show.
Jason Wu Hairstyle New York Fashion Week Fall 2012
Jason Wu for Target
Target is partnering with Jason Wu, celebrated New York-based designer, to introduce an affordable, limited-edition collection of women’s apparel, handbags and scarves. Jason Wu for Target brings a mix of modern, sophisticated pieces in bold hues and feminine prints that women everywhere will love. The designer collection is inspired by the vision of an American girl in Paris, bringing Jason Wu’s signature aesthetic and attention to detail to Target’s guests at incredible prices.
Ranging in price from $19.99 to $59.99 for apparel and $19.99 to $49.99 for handbags and scarves, Jason Wu for Target will be available Feb. 5 through March 6, 2012 at most Target stores and on Target.com.
Jason Wu for Target to Debut in February
Jason Wu Spring 2012
JASON WU. “FIFTIES AND NINETIES POP ART… INSPIRED BY THE ARTIST KAWS.”-DIANE KENDAL for MAC Cosmetics.
Jason Wu Spring 2012, New York Fashion Week
Here’s how…with MAC products…
Jason Wu Spring 2012
Kérastase Paris and Odile Gilbert created the hairstyles today backstage at Jason Wu Spring 2012 fashion show. The Overall look: Grace Kelly Chic Meets ’90-Punk.
Jason Wu Spring 2012 hair by Kérastase Paris and Odile Gilbert
Use Kérastase Lotion Densitive to add thickness and texture to hair