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Read about and see photos from the coolest backstage beauty looks from Tokyo Fashion Week!
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“But there are, of course, certain things that have secured permanent places in my makeup bag,” says Style.com’s Beauty Editor, Celia Ellenberg.
Click to discover why Lancôme’s Hypnôse Drama mascara is one of them.
Eleanor Friedberger is not only one half of the indie rock duo Fiery Furnace, she also starred in a Miu Miu campaign, a video lookbook for VPL and was rumored to be the inspiration behind the Franz Ferdinand song “Eleanor Put Your Boots On.”
Click to read Eleanor’s exclusive interview with Style.com on good genes and good jeans.
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Only Sasha Fierce can make gritty look this chic.
“Makeup artist Francesca Tolot built up Beyonce’s sleepy, aqua eyes with a Christian Dior 5-color eye shadow palette, using L’Oréal black eye pencil and its 1,000 Lashes mascara to carve out some drama. For that icy pink pout, she mixed Dior lipstick in Mysterious #786 with MAC in Syss. Here’s the kicker: Tolot didn’t use any foundation on Knowles’ honey-hued limbs. Just a little baby oil on her arms, chest, and legs to add a bit of sheen.” Click to read the rest.
Is this the beginning of pout perfectors for the boys? Click to find out.