Angelina looked stunning in a dark, navy blue Max Azria gown. Celebrity makeup artist Mary Burton wanted to create a 60’s look and chose to focus on Angelina’s eyes by applying lots of eyeliner and mascara. She used Lancôme Artliner in Noir just above the lash line. To compliment Angelina’s eye color and to make her eyes really stand out, she applied a bluish grey eyeshadow – YSL Ombre Solo Double Effect Eyeshadow in #3 Silk Blue – to the eyelid. Finally, she applied several coats of Lancôme Courbe Virtuôse Mascara in Black. Mary added a touch of pink to the apples of Angie’s cheeks using Shu Uemura blush in M Pink 31. To create ultra-shiny and luminous lips, Mary used Lancôme Color Fever Gloss in Rose Jolie, natch.
This year at the 15th Annual SAG Awards, Best Supporting Actress winner Kate Winslet accessorized her gorgeous Narciso Rodriguez gown and dazzling Chopard jewels with a little help from Fekkai, Lancome, Avon and Serge Lutens.
Celebrity makeup artist Jillian Dempsey played up Kate’s eyes with lots of black eyeliner, mascara and shimmering shadow paired with a soft neutral palette on her lips and cheeks. Jillian used Lancôme Artliner in Noir on the upper lash line and then lightly dusted Jillian Dempsey Professional for Avon Eyeshadow Trio in Pebble Wash on the eyelid. She finished the eyes with a few coats of Lancôme Ôscillation Mascara in Black. For the lips, she used Serge Lutens nude lip liner and filled in the entire lip. Finally, she applied Color Fever Gloss in Engaging, a very sheer nude shade, for a high-shine pout.
Three dramatically different personalities, three perfectly personalized palettes. Eyes, cheeks, lips, formulated to be coiffure-complementary. Bombshell or bookworm, no matter. Color-coordination this comprehensive makes it work! Designed to play-up the most potent and powerful accessory a girl has: her hair. The complete opposite of contrivance – this is simplicity itself.
So basic it’s brilliant!
Marquise D’: Sandy cream peach (Redhead)
Blow Dry: Pink coral (Redhead)
B-Babe: Rich pink (Blonde)
All’s Fair: Light purple pink (Blonde)
Chignon: Red plum (Brunette)
What A Do!: Neutral pink coral (Brunette)
Live and Dye: Cool pink (Redhead)
Red Devil: Coral orange (Redhead)
Strawberry Blonde: Deep pink red (Blonde)
Peroxide: White pink (Blonde)
Quick Tease: Red purple (Brunette)
Soft Wave: Tan bronze (Brunette)
Flip: Bronze gold (Redhead)
French Cuff: Burgundy purple (Redhead)
100 Strokes: Ice pink (Redhead)
Pincurl: Dusty white (Blonde)
Knight: Dark grey (Blonde)
Top Knot: Deep black purple (Blonde)
Deep Shade: Dusty blue (Brunette)
Henna: Dark gold (Brunette)
Femme-fi: Frosty golden cream (Brunette)
Redhead: Gold to salmon pink degrade (Redhead)
Blonde: Soft pink to rose degrade (Blonde)
Brunette: Soft coral to copper bronze degrade (Brunette)
165 Tapered cheek/highlight ($34.00)
214 Short shader ($23.00)
226 Small tapered blending ($24.50)
Teddy: Dark-eyed bronze (Redhead)
Phone Number: Smudgy charcoal (Blonde)
Smolder: Intense black (Brunette)
Girl Boy: Fawned-over blondette (Redhead)
Clear: Color-free (Blonde)
Show Off: Full bodied brown (Brunette)
Availability: North America on January 9th, 2009 at all MAC locations, 1.800.588.0070, and maccosmetics.com. International locations – February 2009.
I was just perusing Kim Kardashian’s blog (you know she’s one of my beauty icons) and she’s made a New Year’s resolution that I think you’ll be excited about. She’s decided to periodically post her absolute favorite beauty products – so makeup junkies like you and me can cop her style.
First up is her #1 pet eye pencil, Stila’s Kajal Eye Liner in Onyx.
Kim says, “Trust me. I’ve tried every eye liner and this Stila one is so dark and lasts a long time!”
For Kim Kardashian’s beauty and makeup tips, click here!
MAC Chill: Ice the competition. The temperature drops, predictability plummets, but a new beauty barometer sets the tone with light snowflake lips, twinkle shimmer shades with opalescent pearl.
Icescape: Sheer pale pink with pink pearl
Naked Frost: Sheer taupe with silver pearl
Frozen Dream: Sheer cool mid-tone pink with pearl
Snowscene: Sheer white with multi-dimensional pearl
Suggested Retail Price: $14
Arctic Grey: Frosted mid-tone grey
Wintersky: Frosty neutral mid-tone pink
Apres-Ski: Matte dark brownish grey
Mont Black: Sparkly black with multi-dimensional pearl
Vellum: Pale white duochrome with violet opalescent shimmer
Suggested Retail Price: $14.50
Penultimate Eye Liner: A new, permanent classical liquid pen liner in a modern, plastic barrel with cap package that provides precise and bold line application. The carbon black pigment provides the richest and deepest black.
Rapidblack: True black
Suggested Retail Price: $16.50
Reflects Glitter Reflects
Transparent Teal: Sparkling white with turquoise
Reflects Antique Gold: Sparkling taupe
Suggested Retail Price: $17.50
Lashes 41: Slightly more dramatic length than other MAC Lashes. Overlapping hairs give a luxe, lush look.
Suggested Retail Price: $12
I’m no pro makeup artist. But there’s one beauty technique that I’ve got down pat – the elusive cat eye. It requires patience and a steady paw…but once you put in a little practice, a fierce fe-lined eye isn’t far off.
But what if practice doesn’t make perfect? What if your finished product is more Amy (Winehouse) than Angelina (Jolie)? Don’t claw your eyes out just yet. POP Beauty has just the product to produce a purr-fect cat eye.
POP Beauty Cat Eyes is a uniquely slanted eye crayon. Simply press it into the skin and follow the lash line – and it makes the perfect flick at the end, which is key to perfecting the look.
Go from “I don’t know how” to MEOW!
I was particularly impressed by how effortless it was to create a cat eye with this liner. The creamy texture of the crayon simply glides across the skin. And no more worrying about the uniformity of the wings at the outer corner of the eyes…with Cat Eyes, they’re a perfect match – every time.