Here’s a new thing to worry about when doing something outdoors: A Kentucky man is recovering after finding a tick in his eye.
Sleep, eye bogies, or if you live in the US eye boogers. According to Tej Johal, optometrist at Maverick and Wolf the icky stuff is actually made up of a bunch of different materials, including mucus and oils, that gather overnight. “Eye discharge is a combination of mucus and oils which gather in your eyes,” he explains.
Whether you’re planning on being a skeleton this Halloween or going full zombie, adding novelty contact lenses is sure to make any costume pop. According to the College of Optometrists, wearing our favourite creepy lenses could be putting our eye health at risk as unlike normal contact lenses, they aren’t fitted by professionals who can give you advice on how to use them correctly.
It can feel like there’s a new makeup and eyeliner trend almost every other day (that’s because there probably is). The fact…
Nyong’o’s go-to makeup artist Nick Barose acknowledges that it can be an intimidating shade, but if you factor in your skin tone, the texture of the product and keep your application simple, anyone can make it work. Below, Barose shares his six tips for rocking red lids.
Grace Kelly on the cover of Glamour magazine, June 1955. (Photo: Glamour) Actress-turned-princess Grace Kelly has been a beauty icon since the moment she appeared alongside Clark Gable and Ava Gardner in Mogambo in 1953. And although she retired from acting at age 26 (to get married to a prince), her elegant and polished style is still emulated on the red carpet today. In honor of what would’ve been her 86th birthday, we decided to take a look back at her June 1955 Glamour magazine cover.
Metallic eye makeup is a hot trend for fall. Mara Hoffman and Marchesa utilized bronze eyeshadow, Zac Posen showcased cool silver eyeliner, and Tadashi Shoii decorated lids with gold glitter. We enlisted makeup artist Deanna Melluso, who works with celebs like Olivia Wilde and Natasha Lyonne, to create three metallic eye looks from barely there to ultra glam. Proof that metallic makeup can be subtle. (Photo: Zoltan Tombor) Simple gold liner makes a big impression Metallic eyeliner are in abundance, but if wielding a pencil isn’t your thing, Melluso says she actually prefers using a cream metallic shadow.
Each day the editors of Yahoo Beauty are sharing one noteworthy product we feel should be on your radar. I rifled through my makeup drawer in search of a liner (I picked up Bobbi Brown Long-Wear Gel Eyeliner in Espresso Ink, $25) and then, I needed a brush. I remembered that makeup artist Jenny Patinkin had given me her Pin-Point Liner Brush ($24) over coffee in Chicago, and she promised me that this brush would make me a liner pro. It’s the shape of the brush that really makes it stand out from your typical eyeliner brush.
Actresses Lupita N’yongo and Brie Larson have rocked blue accents on the red carpet, courtesy of makeup artist Nick Barose. For Brie Larson at the Toronto International Film Festival, Barose applied a few coats of blue mascara (Barose likes YSL Volume Effect Mascara in 3 Extreme Blue, $32) combined with a blue liner pencil dotted (try Lancôme Drama Liqui-Pencil Longwear Eyeliner in Côte D’azur, $23) along her lash line to give the illusion of a blue lash base.
This season, clumpy lashes are actually a good thing. This fall it may be time to rethink your mascara strategy and put clumpy lashes — a typical “makeup don’t” — on your must-try list. The recent Spring 2016 Marc Jacobs runway was all about slept-in spider lashes — Francois Nars himself said “the bigger the better,” piling on between four to six coats of the brand’s Audacious mascara add powder in between so lashes would stick together. “It’s funny, I’ve been trying to push this on people forever,” celebrity and runway makeup artist Yadim tells Yahoo Beauty.
Lucky for you, celebrity makeup artist Nick Barose knows a thing or two about making redheads look their best. He’s worked with Juilanne Moore, Karen Elson, Amy Poehler, and most recently, Elizabeth McLaughlin, who stars in Amazon’s Hand of God and who is featured here in exclusive photos by Barose.
What is it really like to get eyelash extensions? For a long time I’ve considered getting eyelash extensions. I wanted lash extensions that weren’t totally noticeable. Thankfully, natural, full lashes are something that Morgan Hawes, the owner of Primp Daddy in New York City, specializes in.