Before swiping a deep plum hue onto your pout, you should make sure your lips are in the best condition possible. Nothing’s worse than lipstick highlighting the dry, cracked skin on your mouth and that’s definitely not something you want others to see. These Beauties demonstrate how to condition your kisser so it's healthy and soft.
Imagine a freshly baked apple pie, fields of brightly colored orchards, and the crisp crunch of a Granny Smith—we just love apples in the fall! While they're mostly used for food, apples also have an interesting history in beauty, skin care, and health. Learn about the history of apples in beauty and check out three must-try DIY apple recipes!
Whether you’re searching for an honest review of a new Benefit makeup palette, swatches of drugstore eye shadows, or a bright and bold makeup look to re-create, these three Beauties will help you get inspired and make great beauty purchases. Keep reading to check out their great image-heavy blogs!
A very, very bare face with a '90s minimalism was the look at Richard Nicoll. Makeup artist Sam Bryant used hardly any makeup, and actual bandages on the models faces.
The look at Marios Schwab was based on an old Fellini film, that film noir era where makeup was soft yet dramatic. Keep reading to find out more.
The look at Vivienne Westwood was all about color, lots and lots of crazy color. And with neo, neon nymphs as the inspiration, it's no wonder. Keep reading to find out more.
A '50s Miami housewife who's been in the house too long but still manages to look tan was the inspiration for the makeup at Jonathan Saunders. Keep reading to find out how to achieve the look.
A classic English punk look was the inspiration for the makeup at House of Holland. Keep reading to find out how makeup artist Lucia Pica created the look.
For Australian duo Sass and Bide (who began their label at Portobello Markets) David Bowie and and glam rock were the inspiration for their show.
The look at Felder Felder was mash up of Natalie Imbruglia's "Torn" video, Any Warhols polaroids and Tina Chow. Here's how makeup artist Georgina Graham constructed the look.