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GET THE LOOK: The Office’s Jenna Fischer looked beyond gorgeous on the red carpet at Saturday’s SAG Awards 2010. Jenna wore a purple, jeweled, strapless Marchesa gown and beautiful silver accessories. She had her hair pulled in a low, side bun. For makeup, she and her makeup artist Jennifer Pitt wanted to keep makeup fresh and natural looking, with an element of surprise. “Jenna likes to let her real skin show through,” said Jennifer. “With this colorful, glamorous dress, we felt a touch of drama to the eyes would be fun.”
The Breakdown: How to get Jenna’s Sultry Makeup Look at the 2010 SAG Awards
FACE: To keep her skin fresh looking, I started out with shu uemura’s Depsea Hydrabilty Moisturizing Emulsion. I then applied a bit of shu uemura’s UV Under Base Fluid on her cheek bones, under her eyes and on her brow bones. I wanted to take advantage of the product’s smoothing effect and the light-reflecting particles to give her skin a flawless finish. For her foundation, I used the Armani Luminous Silk Foundation. They have the amazing ability to be used either for light-weight coverage. Peachy tones look great with Jenna’s skin and went really well with her purple dress, so I used shu uemura’s Glow On blush in M Peach 44.
GET THE LOOK: Funny lady and Golden Globes nominee Tina Fey was made up by celebrity makeup artist Ana Marie last night at the 67th Golden Globe Awards using Lancôme products. Here’s the scoop on Tina Fey’s makeup at the awards straight from Ana Marie. The inspiration, says Ana Marie, was Old Hollywood/1950’s with a twist.
The makeup tutorial on how to get Tina Fey’s makeup look by celebrity makeup artist Ana Marie for Lancôme:
Tina’s skin was prepped with Lancôme Secret de Vie Toner (Ana Marie’s favorite!) and moisturized with Bienfait Multi Vital, a combination that keeps the skin looking vibrant all day. Lancôme Absolue Foundation in Pearl evened out Tina’s complexion. Ana Marie applied it with a foundation brush and blended with a damp sponge to make the foundation more transparent.
GET THE LOOK: Christina Hendricks from Mad Men makeup look was created Celebrity Makeup Artist Vanessa Scali using products from shu uemura’s newest launches: Depsea Hydrability and Égérie Spring 2010 Collection.
Inspiration & The Look: “Effortless and chic: sheer satin eyes, pink milk-maid cheeks and a siren mouth. Christina’s dress has a sexy, yet soft look. We mirrored this with her make up. I love the contrast of the angelic, innocent face with the sexy edge of a strong mouth.”
Here is how to get Christina Hendricks’ red carpet makeup look at the 2010 Golden Globes:
PREPARE: I used shu uemura’s new Depsea Hydrability Moisture Cream. This cream seriously hydrates, yet disappears into the skin leaving the skin feeling fresh and smooth.
UNDEREYE: Lancôme’s Effacernes in Porcelain.
FOUNDATION: Applied minimal foundation, because Christina has nearly flawless skin. I used shu uemura’s Nobara Cream Cover Stick foundation.
Just In: Rose Byrne’s Golden Globes look for Lancôme by celebrity makeup artist Ana Marie. Talking Makeup got the inside scoop on how to get Rose Byrne’s Hollywood Glam makeup look at the Golden Globes Awards tonight.
Ana Marie prepped the skin with Secret de Vie Toner (her favorite!) and then applied Lancôme Bienfait Multi Vital moisturizer to keep skin hydrated and fresh. Lancôme Absolue Foundation in Ecru was applied with a foundation brush and blended with a makeup sponge. This helps the foundation go on evenly and keep the skin looking radiant. To create a sultry smokey eye, Ana Marie used Lancôme Eyeshadow Quad in Innocence Couture.
Celebrity makeup artist Vanessa Scali transformed the already beautiful “Twilight” star Ashley Greene into a gorgeous vision at last night’s “New Moon” premiere in Los Angeles. “The look was classic 60’s,” reports Vanessa. “Well-defined eyes with lots of lashes, a strong brow and clean skin with subtle pink/coral cheeks and lips.”
How to get Ashley Greene’s makeup look at the “New Moon” Premiere:
To start, Vanessa evened out Ashley’s “nearly flawless skin” with Lancôme’s Effacernes concealer in Light Bisque underneath the eyes. “It gives clean, fresh, flawless coverage,” she said. Bobbi Brown’s Foundation Stick followed. Lancôme’s Blush Subtil in Shimmer Pink Pool topped the apples of the cheeks.
Pierre Michel: The Salon of All Generations. The NYC Beauty Staple Reinvents Itself with a New, State of the Art Location.
New York City’s renowned Pierre Michel Salon proudly introduced their new and improved location to the public TODAY. Following a year long design process, the new salon creates a modern setting in which Pierre Michel’s expert staff can offer their clients top of the line services in the utmost comfort and luxury. The new location is conveniently located around the corner from the current, on the third floor of 135 East 57th Street.
Pierre Michel has established itself as one of New York’s premier beauty salons in its 40 years of impeccable service and cutting edge approach to the industry. Their staff, comprised of some of NYC’s finest hair and beauty experts, will be able to better serve the salon’s elite clientele with the new salon’s exceptional accommodations. The salon has been dedicated to reinventing itself every decade to reflect changing times and society demands, thus catering to women of all generations and proving that beauty knows no age.
Supermodel Agyness Deyn in shu uemura Black Velvet Feather False Eyelashes: Renowned makeup artist Frances Hathaway gave supermodel Agyness Deyn an amazing eye-catching look using shu uemura’s Avant-Garde False Lashes for the ACE Awards last night.
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Thanks to the talent of Frances Hathaway, Agyness Deyn, known as “the fashion industry’s next great supermodel” stole the limelight last night on the red carpet at the ACE Awards in New York City. What was the show-stopper? shu uemura’s Black Velvet Feather False Eyelashes which Hathaway applied to the BOTTOM of the gorgeous models’ eyes.
Gina Brooke, shu uemura artistic director will make a personal Appearances and Meet & Greets across the country! Gina has worked on some of the most beloved faces in the world including Madonna, Gwen Stefani, Anne Hathaway, Eva Longoria, Britney Spears, Naomi Campbell, Giselle Bundchen, Fiona Apple, Jewel, Cindy Crawford, Dania Ramirez, Justin Timberlake and David Beckham.
WHERE, WHEN & HOW:;
Saturday, October 10, 2009 – GARDEN CITY!
Nordstrom Roosevelt Field
630 Old Country Road
Garden City, NY 11530
11am – 7pm– Book an appointment where you will meet Gina and get personalized recommendations for your look!
For a personalized look by Gina Brooke and to reserve your space for this exclusive appearance, simply call 516-746-0011 extension 1429.
New York Fashion Week Spring 2010 Makeup Trend Report.
Show: Chris Benz Spring 2010 Collection
Lead Makeup Artist: Daniel Martin for Lancôme
The Trend: Coral-colored pout.
The Look: Refined 60’s party girl. Healthy skin and stand-out lips: Chris’ spring collection is full of whimsical fabrics, colorful ornamentation and texture pieces. For the makeup Chris asked Daniel to create a sun-kissed fresh look. He wanted healthy skin and prominent lip.
Daniel gave the models a natural glow by applying GÉNIFIQUE Youth Activating Concentrate to clean skin followed by GÉNIFIQUE Eye (Available 10/15/09) to brighten and open up the eye area. The complexion was perfectly even and polished. Shu Uemura Nobara Foundation was applied to even out the skin tone and Lancôme AGELESS MINÉRALE WITH WHITE SAPPHIRE COMPLEX (A perfecting and setting mineral powder) was dusted over the entire face. POP ‘N CHEEKS in Coral Flirt (Available Spring 2010) was used as a highlighter and lightly applied to the cheekbones near the temple for just a hint of color.
To define the eyes, Daniel smudged LE CRAYON KHÔL in Black Coffee on the upper and lower lash lash lines. Several coats of HYPNÔSE Mascara in Black were applied for thick, black lashes.
Lips were bright and creamy. Daniel used L’ABSOLU ROUGE in Chris & Tell (Available Spring 2010 at Saks Fifth Avenue) for a vivid, coral-colored pout. Chris & Tell is the fifth lipstick in the POUT-A-PORTER designer lipstick series. In the meantime, the waiting list is open at Lancôme’s Upper West Side Boutique. simply call 212-362-4858 to be added to the waiting list.