"Guys are no longer satisfied with borrowing their girlfriend's bronzer or moisturiser and instead prefer to have products in their wash bags that are totally tailored to them"
Trusting our resident beauty expert and feeling excited to try a hyped-up product, I caved and ordered one Tarte Maneater mascara, hoping I wouldn't regret the slightly steeper price than I was used to. If you're like me, you'll be rethinking your favourite mascara pretty soon.
Mascara has been a girl’s best friend since its invention in 1835. Elongating our lashes each and every day, it’s the perfect wake-me-up for us lazy ones.
Finding a beauty product that is an instant wonder can take a lot of trial and error (not to mention $$$). The formula includes aloe vera extract to help preserve the skins softness while giving your complexion a healthy-looking glow.
Dewy skin, a coat of mascara, a touch of blush and a lip balm are all you need for looking fresh-faced and ready for the day. Less is more when heading to a job interview so save the hair accessories and false lashes for another day.
1. Use a large foundation brush to apply a tinted moisturizer or foundation to the face and neck. Unlike a heavier foundation, it’ll also allow your skin to breathe throughout the day. 3. For make up that looks as great at 5 p.m. as it does at 9 a.m., use a large powder brush and quickly sweep translucent powder over your face.
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.