Last night, I attended the MAC Pro Bridal Makeup Class by MAC’s very own Senior Artist John Stapleton. John has been in the industry for 15 years and has worked in Fashion Week, theater, film, concerts and with celebrities including Kim Kardashian and Kelly Osborne. Read on for some of my favorite tips I picked up from John!
Me with the fabulous MAC Senior Artist John Stapleton
Question: My foundation tends to turn orange by mid-day. Why does this happen and what can I do to prevent it?
Answer: The “orange-face” phenomenon you are referring to is known as oxidization. It happens when the oils in your skin or foundation is interfering with the pigments, causing the color to intensify and turn orange, or in some cases, a shade or two darker.
I too have fallen victim to oxidization before, especially with MAC foundations. So what can you to prevent this? Read on!
Besides shocking neon lips, we are seeing lots of colors on the eyes this spring. At Alberta Ferretti and Aquilano.Rimondi, washes of soft greens covered the upper and lower lid while a richer, bolder green was used at Oscar de la Renta and Loewe.
To combat the harsh cold weather and dry indoor heat, try these DIY masks from Fresh Home magazine!
Oil of Olé
This guac-inspired moisturizer is suitable for even sensitive skin.
At the 2011 People’s Choice Awards Wednesday night, celebrities like Leighton Meester, Minka Kelly, Drew Barrymore, Kim Kardashian and Selena Gomez all got cheeky with this spring’s hottest trend, rosy cheeks. Tips on how to achieve the look after the jump!
Having a hard time getting your makeup to go on smoothly in the cold winter? Check out these tips by celebrity makeup artist and founder of Skinn Cosmetics, Dimitri James, to make makeup work for, not against your skin.