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Kristen Stewart made her mark yesterday, June 1st, 2010, at the Australian red carpet premiere of The Twilight Saga: Eclipse at Luna Park in Sydney. mark Celebrity Makeup Artist Mai Quynh shared her top makeup tips for creating Kristen’s sultry look!
Kristen Stewart’s makeup look:
“I started by applying mark For Goodness Face Antioxidant Skin Moisturizing Lotion SPF 30 to Kristen’s skin as a moisturizing base.
Talking Makeup is pleased to present a Smokey Eyes makeup tutorial by the lovely Lois Price who is a student at Staffordshire University in England. I love my UK friends, you know:)
WATCH: Lois giving you tips on how to create a smokey eye look without breaking the bank! “Have fun with it and create similar looks!!” says Lois.
1. Firstly moisture your face and allow it to soak in, then apply a thin layer of foundation onto your face including eye lids- this will help the eye shadow stick and stay on longer
2. Apply a line of eyeliner to the bottom of your eyes to create definition.
3. Next apply the grey shadow to your eyelids- apply as much as you want.
Following an explosive first season together, MAC Cosmetics & Milk Studios will partner once again to offer an innovative New York Fashion Week experience. Both veteran and emerging designers will host their runway shows, presentations and special events at MAC & Milk during New York Fall/Winter 2010 fashion week (February 11– February 18).
New to this season, MAC Cosmetics introduces the exclusive online only MAC & Milk Collection – a selection of backstage essentials found in every makeup artist’s kit. These show staples are consistently relied upon by the MAC PRO Team to create the key fashion week beauty trends throughout the world.
“Radiant skin, smokey eyes and beige lips seem to be a part of the beauty trends every season. The MAC & Milk Collection are the iconic products that create these trends. No makeup artist can live without these products during Fashion Week,” says Gordon Espinet, Vice President of Global Makeup Artistry, MAC Cosmetics.
Strobe Cream – $29.50 – The ultimate quick fix for skin. This cream brightens and clarifies with iridescent particles and antioxidants, enhancing the effect of light on the skin.
Nude Skincare: Nude Cleansing Facial Oil is a luxurious and effective detergent-free cleanser and eye-makeup remover for normal-to-dry skin. Now available in 100ml travel size, $36. This cleanser will effectively remove even the most stubborn make-up (including smokey eyes). Omega 3 and Vitamin E deeply cleanse and nourish for soft skin in seconds. Warm between hands and massage onto dry face. Apply warm water to form a light milk and rinse clean.
Marta Walsh says: If you love the Japanese way of cleaning face with oil then you might also love Nude’s Cleansing Facial Oil. Nude skincare products are my ultimate favorite. Probably one the best natural skincare lines on the market today.
Jennifer Lopez lit up the red carpet at the ‘This Is It’ premiere.
Here is how you can get Jennifer Lopez aka JLO’s look for less with MILANI COSMETICS:
“She will usually emphasize one feature at a time, never allowing her makeup to overpower her exquisite features,” says Celebrity Makeup Artist Bebe Booth, who has worked with everyone from Britney Spears to Shannon Elizabeth. Bebe reveals how you can recreate Jennifer’s look for less with MILANI COSMETICS for around $50! www.milanicosmetics.com
EYES: It is all about the eyes for this look. To achieve these beautiful bold smokey eyes for an evening out on the town, you will need several shadows to create the look. I recommend two palettes from Milani’s Runway Eyes Fashion Shadows; Backstage Basics ($8.99) for your shimmery silver & black shades and the Ready To Wear ($8.99) palette for the golden highlight around the inner corners of your eyes. Each of these palettes has six shades to choose from, so you have many options for creating a soft or heavy smokey eye. For this look, keep the darker shades toward the outer crease and the shimmer highlights toward the inner crease of the eye.
Last summer I had am amazing phone conversation with Khloe Kardashian. The interview was for Talking Makeup’s celebrity beauty section: www.beautyinterviews.com
Khloe Kardashian and I chatted about her experience on her role on the show “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” and she even shared with me some of her best kept beauty secrets!
I would like to share with you my interview with Khloe Kardashian, just in case you’ve missed it last time.
Khloe Kardashian is the youngest of the three sisters, Kim Kardashian and Kourtney Kardashian, who co-owns DASH, a high-end women’s boutique, and SMOOCH, a children’s clothing store in Calabasas, California. You might also know Khloe from her role on the show “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” which has quickly become an E! Entertainment fan favorite. In this interview Khloe talks about some of her beauty secrets: from her signature smokey eyes look to the lip gloss her and Kim Kardashian are obsessed about, her favorite city in the world, and future career plans.
Marta Walsh: How do you I keep your hair so beautiful?
Khloe Kardashian: I love Kerastase and all of their products. Once a week I use a deep conditioner on my hair by Kerastase because I get my hair done so much. I have naturally curly hair and I always blow it out.
MW: What are some of your favorite skincare products?
KK: I love Crème De La Mer. It’s a really thick moisturizer and it’s also good for your skin and body. And for soft moisturized lips I use The Lip Balm by La Mer also.
MW: Who came up with your signature smoky eyes look and what products do you use to achieve it?
KK: I don’t really know when we came up with the smoky eyes look, but we were doing the smoky eyes forever. What we like to do a lot is to fill underneath the eye with a green or purple eyeliner, something fun so it’s not so harsh. You can do smoky eyes with color, you don’t always have to use black. We use MAC eye shadows, because they blend so well. I also like using navy eye liner so it’s not so harsh as black. And it lasts forever. It’s fun to do smoky eyes, it always looks so sexy. In daytime you can use a brown and make it darker with a charcoal or a black, and it keeps all day