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    Birds sing a sexier tune during San Franciscos coronavirus lockdown, study finds Heres what grocery stores looked like when you were growing up Kaia Gerber Wore the Cutest Mint Green Barrettes to Complement Her Pink Hair © Getty Images At the end of August, Kaia Gerber dyed her hair "punk pink," courtesy of legendary hairstylist, Guido Palau. Since then, the supermodel has been experimenting with different ways of styling her colorful strands — and well folks, her latest look might just be our favorite. The style in question features Gerber's hair parted down the middle and tucked behind her ears with a mint green barrette clipped in for fun. She shared the rad look on Instagram — because, of course — along with a lone fairy emoji as the caption. Fans seem to love the star's hairstyle just as much as we do. Case in point: They're leaving comments on her post like, "I love this hair," "her hair ????," and "It's the barrette for me tho." View the Instagram photo.Speaking of which: Gerber is wearing Harry Josh's Pro...
    The coronavirus has made long days even longer for this makeup artist. Shannon Marie Trigger, a Los Angeles-based film and television makeup artist, posted a video on TikTok explaining her daily routine, which has changed significantly because of the pandemic. Now that movies and TV shows are allowed to film again, there are numerous new protocols in place to protect the cast and crew from the virus, which Trigger demonstrates in a video she shared on Saturday. According to the clip, Trigger begins her day before 5:30 a.m. so she can leave for the shoot by 6:10 a.m. FITNESS INFLUENCER SHOWS HOW ‘BEFORE AND AFTER’ PHOTOS ARE MANIPULATED As she packs up her car in the video, Trigger mentions her makeup kit is now sorted into plastic bins “because they’re easy to wipe down.” @makeupbyshannonmarie ##dayinmylife ##makeupartist ##behindthescenes ♬ Send Me on My Way - Guy Meets Girl She also has to fill out an extensive coronavirus questionnaire before she gets on set. The questionnaire asks her if she’s experienced fatigue, a new loss of taste or smell, or nausea or...
    This makeup artist is not making it up: In order to do her job, she now needs to take a mind-blowing number of coronavirus-related precautions. In a TikTok video that has gone viral with more than 19,000 likes and 110 shares, Los Angeles-based Shannon Marie Trigger details the tedious steps that go into a single work day, as movie and TV shoots resume around the country. In addition to wearing a mask underneath a plastic face shield, Trigger prepares for a day working during the pandemic by getting an early start and loading easy-to-wipe-down plastic bins full of makeup supplies in her car. On top of that, she has to comb through a detailed questionnaire, including whether she has body aches or fatigue, and has her temperature taken before arriving on set for a nearly 13-hour shift. She starts her day on set by putting some makeup on the actors before heading outside to the shoot. That’s after grabbing an individually wrapped breakfast — not the typical buffet-style meals provided to film crews before the pandemic. To keep things separated,...
    This makeup artist is not making it up: In order to do her job, she now needs to take a mind-blowing number of coronavirus-related precautions. In a TikTok video that has gone viral with more than 19,000 likes and 110 shares, Los Angeles-based Shannon Marie Trigger details the tedious steps that go into a single work day, as movie and TV shoots resume around the country. In addition to wearing a mask underneath a plastic face shield, Trigger prepares for a day working during the pandemic by getting an early start and loading easy-to-wipe-down plastic bins full of makeup supplies in her car. On top of that, she has to comb through a detailed questionnaire, including whether she has body aches or fatigue, and has her temperature taken before arriving on set for a nearly 13-hour shift. She starts her day on set by putting some makeup on the actors before heading outside to the shoot. That’s after grabbing an individually wrapped breakfast — not the typical buffet-style meals provided to film crews before the pandemic. To keep things separated,...
    University of Georgia fraternity suspends operations after racist chat messages Sizzler files for bankruptcy as the pandemic demolishes sales at casual-dining restaurants Kim Kardashians makeup artist Mario launches his own beauty brand © Provided by Daily Mail MailOnline logo Kim Kardashian's KKW Beauty brand is set to have some serious competition in the form of a new cosmetics collection being launched by the reality star's longtime friend and makeup artist Mario Dedivanovic. The 36-year-old beauty pro, who has worked with Kim, 39, for years, and also counts Ariana Grande, Jennifer Lopez, and Kate Bosworth among his clientele, announced the launch of Makeup By Mario on Monday - 11 months after he teamed up with Kim on the launch of a KKW Beauty palette collaboration.  Mario's new beauty brand also coincides with his 20th year working as a makeup artist, and the cosmetics guru revealed during an online launch event that he has been working on the collection for more than three years, having decided early on to manage almost every aspect of its creation personally.   © Provided by Daily Mail...
    Fact check: Ruth Bader Ginsburg planned to stay on Supreme Court at least a few more years Sizzler files for bankruptcy as the pandemic demolishes sales at casual-dining restaurants Laverne Cox’s Makeup Artist Is Creating A Safe Space In Hollywood Deja Smith was in New York City on a ballet scholarship when she first learned the techniques of stage makeup. Smith, who was male-presenting at the time, helped with the female dancers’ makeup before performances put on by the school, never expecting her passion to go beyond the stage. © Provided by Refinery29 That was until her best friend in college — the late Antoine Ashley, better known by the name Sahara Davenport from RuPaul’s Drag Race — introduced her to the party scene, and makeup took on an entirely new purpose. “[My friend] started putting me in drag, and then it started a whole avalanche of the desire to do my own makeup,” Smith tells me over the phone. Smith’s newfound passion inspired her to leave her dance career, where she witnessed a glaring lack of inclusivity, and get...
    The style and glam on “Pose” is a work of art. Helping create the FX hit’s Emmy-nominated makeup moments is Deja Smith. “The one thing I absolutely loved about working on ‘Pose’ was the fact that I got to be amongst so much of the LGBTQIA community of color,” Smith told Page Six Style. “As a black trans woman, it meant the world to me to be able to give back in that way.” The beauty whiz sat down for an exclusive interview with Page Six Style to break down her five favorite looks from Season 2 of the show — including one she created for Billy Porter, who was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for his performance as Pray Tell. Subscribe to our YouTube!
    “Pose” dives deep into New York’s black and Latinx LGBTQ+ ballroom culture scene in the ’80s, and the dazzling beauty looks are some of the best you’ll see on TV. Helping create the FX hit’s Emmy-nominated makeup moments is Deja Smith, who in addition to her work on the series happens to be Laverne Cox’s longtime glam guru. “The one thing I absolutely loved about working on ‘Pose’ was the fact that I got to be amongst so much of the LGBTQIA community of color,” Smith told Page Six Style. “As a black trans woman, it meant the world to me to be able to give back in that way.” Below, the beauty whiz breaks down her five favorite looks from Season 2 of the show — including one she created for Billy Porter, who’s up for Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series on Sunday for his performance as Pray Tell. Angelica Ross as Candy Ferocity on “Pose”Deja Smith To create this “incredible, show-stopping performance look” for Angelica Ross’ Candy Ferocity in Episode 4, Smith used Pat McGrath Labs’...
    “Pose” dives deep into New York’s black and Latinx LGBTQ+ ballroom culture scene in the ’80s, and the dazzling beauty looks are some of the best you’ll see on TV. Helping create the FX hit’s Emmy-nominated makeup moments is Deja Smith, who in addition to her work on the series happens to be Laverne Cox’s longtime glam guru. “The one thing I absolutely loved about working on ‘Pose’ was the fact that I got to be amongst so much of the LGBTQIA community of color,” Smith told Page Six Style. “As a black trans woman, it meant the world to me to be able to give back in that way.” Below, the beauty whiz breaks down her five favorite looks from Season 2 of the show — including one she created for Billy Porter, who’s up for Outstanding Lead Actor In A Drama Series on Sunday for his performance as Pray Tell. Angelica Ross as Candy Ferocity on “Pose”Deja Smith To create this “incredible, show-stopping performance look” for Angelica Ross’ Candy Ferocity in Episode 4, Smith used Pat McGrath Labs’...
    Lili Reinhart stars on The CW's "Riverdale." Lili Reinhart/Instagram; Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP Lili Reinhart is known for her role as Betty Cooper on The CW's hit teen drama "Riverdale." Before becoming a popular name in young Hollywood, Reinhart considered going to makeup school if acting didn't work out.  She also appeared alongside Timothée Chalamet in a 2016 movie called "Miss Stevens." The actress stars in the new Amazon Prime Video movie "Chemical Hearts," which she also executive produced, and will reprise her "Riverdale" role when the show returns for season five. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Lili Reinhart is known for her role as Betty Cooper on "Riverdale," but just a few years ago, she was an unknown actor. The actress made her debut as Betty in January 2017 on the CW show and her popularity has been increasing ever since, thanks to the success of the teen drama series and its passionate fanbase.  Reinhart stars as Grace Town in Amazon Prime Video's coming-of-age movie "Chemical Hearts." She also served as an executive producer for the film,...
    Supreme's first venture into the beauty industry proved to be a phenomenal success after the streetwear brand's lipstick collaboration with celebrity makeup artist Pat McGrath sold out in just eight seconds.  The $38 lipstick, which was released on Supreme's website on Thursday, prompted a frenzy of excitement from beauty lovers and streetwear fans alike, with thousands of people clamoring to lay their hands on the makeup item.  But many were met with bitter disappointment after the lip shade - aptly-named Supreme - which was inspired by the brand's iconic logo, disappeared in mere seconds both in the US and in the UK.  Going, going, gone! Celebrity makeup artist Pat McGrath's Supreme lipstick collaboration sold out just eight seconds after being released online on Thursday   Too much hype! The $38 lipstick - which is aptly-named Supreme - was the New York-based streetwear brand's first foray into beauty in its 26-year history  '[The lipstick] went live at 11am ET and sold out in eight seconds flat,' a spokesperson for Pat McGrath told DailyMail.com, adding: 'The UK sold out in 8.2 seconds.'...
    Selena Gomez has touched nearly every facet of the entertainment industry, from acting to singing to even producing a Netflix show. And now, the multitalented star can add “makeup artist” to her resume. The 28-year-old covers Allure’s October 2020 “Best in Beauty” issue wearing her very own Rare Beauty makeup line, which she applied on her own for the shoot. Under the direction of celebrity makeup artist Hung Vanngo, Gomez created a simple look using Rare Beauty’s Liquid Blush in Grace ($20), Positive Light Liquid Luminizer in Enchant ($22) and Lip Souffle Matte Lip Cream in Inspire ($20) to go with her black LaQuan Smith dress and Michael Schmidt floral headband. Though Gomez has been formulating these beauty products for two years, she’s still honing her application skills — and admitted to feeling the pressure for her socially distanced cover shoot. Selena Gomez used Rare Beauty’s Always an Optimist Illuminating Primer, Brow Harmony Pencil & Gel in Deep Brown and With Gratitude Dewy Lip Balm in Thankful to create a sultry look (L) and the Brow Harmony Pencil & Gel...
    California wildfires: Gender-reveal event sparks one blaze as record heat fuels flames Four iconic NYC restaurants closed by the pandemic Makeup Artist Nam Vo Shared Her Routine for Glowing Skin Without Highlighter © Instagram/Nam Vo Nam Vo is practically synonymous with highlighter. The beloved makeup artist is famous for her "dewy dumpling" look and the incredibly satisfying videos she posts to her Instagram showing how she applies light-reflective creams and powders to her models' — and her own — cheekbones. But even though Vo has figured out how to fake a super radiant complexion, she also wants her skin to glow for real, without the help of shimmery makeup — and she showed her 323,000 Instagram followers how. "Dumplings, it's been a rough year, it's been a rough week, but I'm gonna teach you how to regenerate your skin so you look like a glassy, dewy dumping dolphin or whatever," Vo said in her Instagram Stories on Sunday, September 6. She then proceeds to go through her routine and drops the names of her must-have products, starting with Peach...
    Influential Fed Economist Thomas Laubach Dies at Age 55 Explained: Why History Hates the IROC Camaro How to Wear Makeup So It Doesnt Get All Over Your Mask © Carlo Prearo / EyeEm/Getty Images At this point in the year, protective face masks have become a daily accessory. And while some have used this time to take a break from makeup altogether, others are trying to adapt their routines so they can still wear some color without having it get all over the inside of their masks. Ahead, five makeup artists share their top tips for mask-proofing your makeup. 1. Skip foundation if you can.  “The only foolproof way to keep makeup from getting on your mask is to keep your application to your eyes, lashes, and brows,” says Katey Denno, a celebrity makeup artist based in Los Angeles. “But if you can’t skip foundation, choosing an oil-free or less emollient formula can help minimize transfer. I’d also avoid applying any moisturizers or cream underneath.” Your tool kit: L'Oréal Infallible Fresh Wear 24HR Foundation ($15);...
    A celebrity makeup artist has revealed the foolproof tips to apply makeup without dramatically altering the shape of your eye shape.  Alphie Sadsad, who's the national artistry lead of Sephora Australia, said there's a specific technique for applying beauty products to eight different eye shapes. 'With all eye shapes, firstly start with curling the lashes and coat the lashes evenly from the outer corner to the inner corner,' Alphie told FEMAIL. Here, FEMAIL has rounded up the A-list celebrities with their own type of eye shape so you can match yours to get the best results. For those with hooded eyes like Blake Lively (left), Alphie suggested adding shimmery hues on the lower section directly above your eyeball to open the eyes. If you have almond eyes like Mila Kunis (right), he said too much dark eyeliner can make your eyes look smaller Poll What set of eyes do you have? Wide Hooded Deep Protruding Upturned Downturned Almond Close What set of eyes do you have? Wide 16 votes Hooded 178...
    Police have arrested a man in the fatal shooting of a 23-year-old woman in St. Paul this summer, and they’re continuing to ask anyone with information to come forward. Officers took James Jones Fields, 35, into custody on Monday in the homicide of Nia Black. Nia Black (Courtesy photo) Black was shot in the head as she and her friends drove away from the Lamplighter Lounge at Larpenteur Avenue and Rice Street on June 13 after a fight in the parking lot. Black, of Coon Rapids, had her own business as a professional makeup artist. Fields, of Maplewoood, is being held in the Ramsey County jail and police said their investigation is ongoing. “There were dozens of people out there,” said Steve Linders, a St. Paul police spokesman. “We know people saw what happened, we know people have video on their cellphones and we need them to come forward in the interest of justice.” Police ask anyone with information to call them at 651-266-5650. Related Articles North St. Paul man sexually assaulted 75-year-old woman he was caring for,...
    Streetwear brand Supreme has already rocked social media with its very varied array of collaborations, stamping its iconic logo on everything from Louis Vuitton luggage to Oreo cookies.  But now the popular brand has made a move into yet another industry, putting its famous name on a special limited edition lipstick created in collaboration with celebrity makeup artist Pat McGrath.  The lipstick - which is in the same vibrant red hue as Supreme's oblong logo - is part of the brand's Fall/Winter 2020 collaboration, however the release date and price have yet to be released.  Paint the town red! Supreme has announced its first ever beauty collaboration after teaming up with celebrity makeup artist Pat McGrath on a lipstick in its iconic signature logo shade Pucker up! Beauty pro Pat designed the perfect shade of Supreme red in her MatteTrance Lipstick, one of the most popular products from her eponymous Pat McGrath Labs brand Supreme's collaboration with Pat's eponymous makeup brand, Pat McGrath Labs, marks the New York-based label's first ever beauty partnership it its 26-year history, and...
    Supreme’s latest collab is nothing to pout about. The cult skater brand is dropping a bold red lipstick in partnership with renowned makeup artist Pat McGrath — the brand’s first-ever beauty collaboration in its 26 year-history. “Supreme” x Pat McGrath Labs will only be available at SupremeNewYork.com, according to a press release from McGrath’s team. There is no word yet on when the lipstick will be released or how much it will cost. For anyone who plans on actually wearing the lip color rather than just collecting the limited-edition tube emblazoned with the iconic Supreme logo, it comes in McGrath’s signature MatteTrance formula, which means it has a velvety opaque matte finish that’s still hydrating for the lips. Supreme has a history of splashy collaborations: In February, Supreme-branded Oreos re-sold for $2,600 on eBay after they dropped, and, in 2018, Supreme’s New York Post cover wrap became a collector’s item. Filed under beauty ,  cosmetics ,  makeup ,  supreme ,  8/17/20
    Thinking about leaving the U.S. for good? Here are some easy (and affordable) options It’s a little nerve-wracking: Lunchtime for students looks different amid COVID-19 The Best Beauty Instagrams of the Week: Tierra Whack, Indya Moore, and More © Vogue View the Instagram photo. Head-turning hair took over feeds this past week on Instagram. Tierra Whack came in hot with some big Leo energy on her birthday, wearing beautiful beaded, waist-grazing braids. Ari Lennox didn’t miss a beat, either, thanks to her team who got her “all the way together” on-set for an upcoming video project. The singer rocked a sleek updo that sprouted into a cascade of defined kinks and coils, silver hair accessories strung throughout. Meanwhile, model-artist Sharon Alexie made a case for fringe-framed cornrows with a few coils framing her face. Neelam Kaur Gill made an appearance as well, starring as “a muse in her feelings” with glowing skin under natural light. Similarly, the ladies of musical group Oshun and artist-doula IfaSade Olatutu Oyaniiyun were lit-from-within luminous while catching golden-hour sun by the seashore. Speaking of golden...
    ORANGE, Calif. (KABC) -- Francesca Scognamiglio is the owner of a permanent makeup studio and academy in Orange. She showed us all the health and safety protocols - new and old - that she says justify reopening for tattoo artists."Our life before COVID was exactly what you're seeing now. The same equipment and the same protection equipment that we're using is what we used to use before," said Scognamiglio.She has added a UV sterilizer to disinfect the room and a few health and safety protocols like only one customer at a time, taking temperatures when they arrive, and requiring them to wear a mask.Few OC nail salons choose to reopen outdoors after new guidelines
    Welsh teen Reuben de Maid, the star of “Being Reuben,” isn’t your typical makeup artist/ influencer. “When I started [around age 9 or 10], I never really thought anything of it,” de Maid, 14, tells The Post. “Looking back now, I was a bit naive…When people started saying stuff to me or being negative online, I realized [being interested in makeup] was different. “But you know what? Everyone has something different about them,” he says. “I just embraced it.” “Being Reuben,” airing Fridays at 9 p.m. on The CW, follows de Maid as he balances his home life and regular teen activities (school and family time) with his budding career as a makeup influencer. He currently has over 285,000 Instagram followers and over 233,000 subscribers to his YouTube channel, where he posts makeup tutorials. His social media presence landed him on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” in 2017, on a segment with Kim Kardashian. From there, his profile has risen. Reuben de Maid, the star of “Being Reuben.” Sebastian Smith/2020 Ricochet Lt “It’s an interesting dynamic, being a 14-year-old boy flying...
    Angelica Rivera She has been kept away from the camera spot for a long time, however, that is not an impediment for them to always talk about her, either for her role as former first lady of Mexico, for their famous divorces or for their unsurpassed beauty. On this occasion, the makeup artist Alfonso Whaithsman was the one who posted a photo with “Seagull” and the reactions were immediate, since many were those who compared her with the singer bright Star. “It looks like Lucero”, “How beautiful you look, Lucero !!!”, “It looks very different. It looks like Lucero ” and they even wrote that “The divorce suited him very well “. It is not known for sure if the famous makeup artist used a lot of filter in this photograph, but what is undeniable is that Angelica Rivera It looks spectacular and all the fans of it have noticed.
    BRITNEY Spears’ ‘concerned’ former makeup artist Billy B said the star ‘deserves freedom’ as #FreeBritney campaign rages on. Fans have believed that the Womanizer singer has been sending SOS messages through her social media account as her father still controls most of her life. 9Britney Spears has fans rallying up to fight her conservatorshipCredit: Instagram 9Makeup artist Billy B has joined in asking for freedom for BritneyCredit: Beautylish/Youtube Billy B, whose real name is Billy Brasfield, joined the #FreeBritney movement on Tuesday and since then, he's dedicated most of his Instagram feed to posting pictures of Britney and comments he's made about her situation. On Tuesday, he posted a photo of the mother of two claiming that "he had the receipt" when it came to the truth behind her conservatorship. The famed makeup artist then shared a lengthy statement where he claimed that people with inside truth need to speak out in order to help Britney. 9He posted about the time he worked with her and how committed he is to helping herCredit: Instagram "You’re welcome. Britney...
    Everything You Need to Know About Mortgage Rates in 2020 Freiburger: Is “Car-Guy TV Goofing Journalist” a Job? The Fast And Easy Way To Put Floodlights Anywhere Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/9 SLIDES © Courtesy of Burton LeBlanc / George Kraychyk The Handmaid's Tale Makeup Artist Has an Interesting Lip Liner Hack, but It's Not What You Think BUY NOW $8 Anyone who watched (or, sorry, bit off all your nails while watching) the last episode of The Handmaid's Tale knows that season three is going to be a little. . . different - and that extends to the hair and makeup. To recap, Offred (played by Elisabeth Moss) stayed behind in Gilead to save her daughter Hannah, which means one thing: "She's in fight mode now," said Burton LeBlanc, the show's makeup department head. "We wanted to establish more of a Sarah Connor-from-Terminator look. That's a loose reference, but I just mean we made her face more...
    Woody Johnson: NFL owner and Trump ambassador to UK sparks watchdog probe over alleged racist and sexist remarks and a push to promote Trump business Bill Ackman and Tontine Holdings rewrite the terms for SPACs 3 Tricks to Easily Sculpt Your Face, According to a Top Makeup Artist When you think about easy makeup looks, sculpting your face via a contouring palette doesn't seem quite as attainable as something like beginner eyeshadow or a quick swipe of cream blush. But, according to celebrity makeup artist and head of makeup at Credo Katey Denno, sculpting your face with makeup doesn't have to require a dozen steps done by an expert hand. All it really takes is three tricks to contour like a pro. Contouring was originally invented for actors on stage to more easily emote for audience members. "Contour was for stage play so that people in the back of the playhouse could see actors' expressions from afar," says Denno. "They made it to outline their jawline, their cheekbones, and to show where each feature begins and ends to...
    Digital Green Book aims to be Yelp for inclusivity Bill Ackman and Tontine Holdings rewrite the terms for SPACs Incredible Blanket Instantly Puts Humans In A Deep Sleep In Minutes Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/9 SLIDES © Photo: Courtesy of Makeup Museum with permission from the family of Kevyn Aucoin Kevyn Aucoin was a makeup artist decades ahead of his time. Long before the age of Instagram, the late legend furiously—and intimately—documented his life and career, recording it all with a Polaroid camera or VHS camcorder glued to one of his famously large hands, as well as in his precious collection of scrapbook-style journals, which haven't been seen publicly until now. Today, the Makeup Museum unveils a vast, never-before-seen digital archive of the journals that Aucoin, widely considered the world's first celebrity makeup artist, kept between 1983 to 1994. They document his Hollywood rolodex (Hello, Tina and Liza!), meetings with all-star collaborators and supermodel confidantes (Cindy, Linda, and...
    A makeup artist for Amber Heard reportedly claims the actress never had any black eyes in the days before she filed for a restraining order against ex-husband Johnny Depp. Samantha McMillen did Heard’s makeup for an appearance on “The Late Late Show with James Corden” in 2015, a day after Heard claimed Depp gave her two black eyes, according to a report published Tuesday by DailyMail. Amber Heard claims Johnny Depp gave her ‘two black eyes’ day before she posed for selfies on the Late, Late Show https://t.co/HGpnOx89Zr — Daily Mail Celebrity (@DailyMailCeleb) July 14, 2020 McMillen testified in the libel trial Depp brought against The Sun that she “could see clearly that Ms Heard did not have any visible marks, bruises, cuts, or injuries” after spending time with her “in good light, at close range, wearing no makeup.” After Heard appeared on the show she allegedly asked the makeup artist, “Can you believe I just did that show with two black eyes?” “Ms Heard did not have any black eyes, and had been visibly uninjured throughout the day...
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    THOSE of us who wear glasses - prescription or otherwise - are forever met with the same dilemma of not being able to conceal the constant red marks that appear on our nose after wearing them. But even sunglasses can cause the same issue, so it's one that majority of Brits would no doubt experience. 4Makeup artist Ellie demonstrated the hack on TikTokCredit: @elliemakeupartist/Tiktok Rather than swearing off glasses because of it, there's a more reasonable approach, and the answer might lay in your makeup kit. Tiktok user and makeup artist Ellie demonstrated a super easy makeup trick that shows how an eye primer can stop you from getting rid of those pesky marks. An eye primer is commonly used on your lids before applying eye shadow and creates a smoother, long lasting finish. But in this case Ellie used the product on her nose. The "miracle" product she uses is MAC Pro's longer paint pots, but other eye primer's with a creamy consistency will no doubt do the job. 4She uses an eye...
    Coronavirus updates: Trump, America celebrate Independence Day weekend amid COVID-19 surge As Black buying power grows, racial profiling by retailers remains persistent problem The Best Waterproof Eyeliner For Long Summer Days Ahead, According to a Celebrity Makeup Artist © Vogue No matter if you’re tracing on a cat-eye with laser precision or sketching waterlines in a rushed fashion, your waterproof eyeliner needs to stay put. And in the summer, when the heat and humidity are peaking, not just any formula will do. “It can’t be inky or greasy,” says makeup artist Romy Soleimani, adding that cream or gel-based formulas go on smooth enough that they won’t skip, yet are dry enough that they won’t bleed. Her go-to waterproof eyeliner for clients such as Cara Delevingne, Bella Hadid, and Kate Hudson is Jillian Dempsey’s intensely pigmented Khôl eyeliner, which is infused with jojoba, shea butter, and marula oils for just the right amount of slip. Other smooth operators include Chanel’s tried-and-true Stylo Yeux waterproof long-lasting eyeliner and Lancôme’s Drama Liqui-Pencil long-wear eyeliner, the latter of which boasts a bonding double...
    Trump Denounces ‘Black Lives Matter’ Mural Outside Trump Tower Nearly 60,000 pounds of chicken nuggets recalled due to possible rubber contamination Celebeauty Sit-Down: Makeup Artist Daniel Martin Reveals His Fave Beauty Tips & Dishes on His New Role at Tatcha © Tatcha Celebeauty Sit-Down is a PureWow franchise in which our editors chat with some of the biggest names in the celebrity beauty world exclusively. We uncover their tips, tricks and best-kept secrets so you can recreate your favorite A-lister’s look IRL. Our fellow royals fans might know Daniel Martin as the makeup artist behind Meghan Markle's now-infamous wedding day look. Jessica Alba fans may recognize him from her Instagram. (He's a longtime friend and former Chief Color Consultant for Honest Beauty.) And now, you'll get to know him as the Global Director of Artistry and Education for cult beauty brand, Tatcha. Announced this week, Martin's new role is a first for the brand. "It felt like a natural progression of my career and I have such a deep respect for everything Vicky [Tatcha's founder] has built," he told...
    Airbus to Slash 15,000 I Still Want a Porsche 997 GT3 RS Makeup Artist Daniel Martin Teams Up With Tatcha on the Ultimate Summer Beauty Must-Have © Vogue Before makeup artist Daniel Martin sends his A-list clients off (think: Jessica Alba, Priyanka Chopra, Elisabeth Moss) to walk the red carpet, he slips one stealth skin savior—beloved for removing any unwanted sheen, be the cause a camera’s harsh glare or pre-awards jitters—into their clutches: Tatcha’s Aburatorigami mattifying leaflets. “Everybody leaves with their lipstick and blot papers,” the famously minimalist makeup artist, who masterminded Meghan Markle’s dewy wedding-day glow, says of the 23-karat gold leaf-inflected sheets, which Vicki Tsai, the founder of the geisha-inspired beauty brand, sent him 10 years ago. Since then, the purple packets have stayed by his side at shows and shoots alike—“I live for this stuff,” he told Vogue in 2010—prompting a decade of collaboration that finally becomes official today. “My mouth just dropped,” Martin—up until recently, a brand ambassador for Dior and the creative color consultant at Honest Beauty—recalls of the moment that Tsai offered him...
    Daniel Martin spoke about his friendship with the Duchess of Sussex in a new interview. Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images, Vivien Killilea/Getty Images The Duchess of Sussex's makeup artist Daniel Martin said she married into a "one way, one perspective" establishment. "I feel like globally she resonates on so many levels, not only because of how she looks but who she is," Martin said during an interview with Entertainment Tonight. Markle and Prince Harry resigned from their roles as senior working royals earlier this year, after Markle admitted "not many people have asked if I'm OK" during an emotional interview about royal life just months before. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Meghan Markle's makeup artist and friend Daniel Martin said the royal family is a "one way" establishment with "one perspective." Martin, who did Markle's royal wedding makeup and attended her baby shower last year, spoke about his friendship with the duchess in an interview with Entertainment Tonight. Speaking about his experience at the wedding, Martin said: "If anything, it gave my name and work a larger platform....
    Meghan Markle’s BFF and makeup artist told how she 'globally resonates on so many levels - not just because of the way she looks but the way she is.' During a conversation with Entertainment Tonight via video call on Saturday, Daniel Martin, from New York, spoke to host Melicia Johnson about his royal friend and client, the Duchess of Sussex, 38, and how she’s changed the beauty industry for the better.  Speaking of how the former Suits actress changed his world and also the beauty industry, Daniel, who was responsible for Meghan's wedding day makeup, explained: 'If anything it gave my name and my work a larger platform. I feel like what she represents is now.' 'She is contemporary and she resonates on so many levels because here is someone we all know, we all have a friend who looks like her, who is marrying into this establishment which was very one-way, one perspective.'  Makeup artist Daniel Martin, from New York, opened about his BFF Meghan Markle during a video call with Entertainment Tonight Meghan Markle rides in an...