Padma Lakshmi recently attended the 7th Annual Blossom Ball, a gala event celebrating the work of the Endometriosis Foundation of America (EFA), in New York City. Lakshmi, who is one of the founders of the EFA, looked relaxed yet elegant in a shimmering, two-tone gown and soft, side-swept waves accented by a white orchid. To complement her feminine vibe, Lakshmi's makeup artist Birgitte Philippides created a soft, pretty makeup look that emphasized the eyes for a subtle touch of glamor. Get the full makeup breakdown below!
This past weekend in Palm Springs, GLAMSQUAD took over Coachella with #GLAMCHELLA, glamming the festival goers of Coachella one braid at a time. GLAMSQUAD stylists provided fun hair and makeup looks to those attending multiple events. Victoria Justice was one of many celebs who used GLAMSQUAD to help her achieve a fresh Coachella look, in addition to the various stylish bloggers who were loving the GLAMSQUAD stations. From flower head pieces to funky braids, GLAMSQUAD made all Coachella looks come to life.
The Makeup Show is celebrating its 10-year anniversary with a 7-day beauty tour of NYC. The first-ever The Makeup Show Week will take place April 29 - May 5, 2015 in New York City, leading up to The Makeup Show NYC, to be held Sunday, May 3 - Monday May 4, 2015.
The 2015 edition of Cosmopack, the international event dedicated to the supply chain of the beauty industry, recently hosted the second edition of "The Wall - Eco/Beauty Edition" project that has rewarded the most innovative products, from design to finished product, expressing a particular attention to the protection of the environment. The products were displayed in the "Eco-Beauty Wall" during the four days of the event.
Catholic schoolgirls have been known to have a wild side, and such is the inspiration behind the beauty at Carmen Marc Valvo. “It’s chic nerd,” says lead hairstylist Ted Gibson of his design. “Girls these days aren’t shampooing their hair every single day, but they’re sick of wearing a braid or putting it in a ponytail. So this twist in the back with a little bit of height in the crown gives them a different kind of sensibility and feel to the hair.”
When the Fall season of New York Fashion Week hits, it’s the dead of winter with temps in the single digits. Hats are a necessary evil to keep warm. But when they come off, without a doubt your locks will be messy, static-ridden, out of place. And while you may think to brush your fingers through to fix the strands left in disarray, think again, as this style you created unintentionally just made a splash down copious runways, including DKNY.
We're ready to say goodbye to winter and hello to a beautiful spring! Celebrity makeup artist Leo Won is helping us out with tips on flawless on-trend makeup. Leo, known for his makeup on movies including Blue Valentine, The Skeleton Twins, Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist, Half Nelson, Me and You and Everyone We Know and more, dishes on his favorite makeup products and techniques.Leo's Tips:
Designer Erin Fetherston has an affinity for child-like fairytales; you can see it in her girly wares—a hallmark of her brand. “Polished, but playful,” “’60s-inspired” and “feminine and beautiful” are just a few qualifiers tossed around backstage to describe the ultra-feminine beauty ideal dreamt up for this collection.
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of designer Naeem Khan’s work, the Davines, NARS and Essie beauty teams set out to create an overall look that is the “epitome of who the [Naeem Khan] woman has been for 10 years: always glam, always textural and embellished,” says NARS makeup lead James Boehmer. “Glamorous” could be heard on the lips of every backstage beautifier at Khan’s show and, not surprisingly, that very word is the perfect descriptor of the end result.
Pictured (front row, l-r seated ) are NovaLash Brand Ambassadors Sophia Navarro and Bianca Martinez with NovaLash President Sophy Merszei, and (back row, l-r) Brand Ambassadors Marilyn Burr, Trina Smith, Lauren Wade, Francesca Mastalka, Stefanie Thurman, Lindsey Josly-Rohner, Karlene Winchester and Michelle Mirizio