Amy Schumer has basically taken over the world in the last year or so. She received 2 Golden Globe nominations; 2 Critics’ Choice nominations and won Best Actress in a Comedy, as well as the MVP Award. This bad-ass stars in her own show on Comedy Central, does standup specials, and wrote (not to mention starred in) her own 100 million dollar-grossing, Trainwreck. I don’t know where she was hanging out before 2014, but that’s when blasted into the stratosphere like a blonde rocket ship and I get the feeling she won’t be settling back on earth for a very,
Photo courtesy: Getty Images One of the golden goddesses from this Sunday’s Golden Globe Awards was British actress and model, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. Her makeup artist, Monika Blunder, created a palette that consisted of bronze and rose shades of luminosity all over. It was one of our favorite looks of the night, and is very easy to recreate. The main products used to get her glow include: Dior 5 Couleurs Eyeshadow Palette in Rose Garden Diorshow Colour & Contour Eyeshadow & Liner Duo in Twig Dior Glow Maximizer helped achieve that lit from within glow Other products we suggest to help
Her prominence rose from The City, and she is now a fashion plate in her own right. Her je nais quois for her effortless ability to mix wide ranging patterns with high gloss is enviable. She did it again at the Golden Globes by rocking a Delpozo dress in olive, white and tomato whimsical stripes then managed to top it off with fuchsia lipstick. You can recreate Olivia’s look with the following products… Face: Make sure your skin is primed and use a foundation that reflects light such as Giorgio Armani’s Luminous Silk Foundation with the concealer of your choice.
To start the New Year off right, we share on how to kick that blah feeling to the curb. If you’ve been feeling a little crabby lately — maybe you feel more stressed or extra burdened than ever — it is possible to give yourself a personal reboot and be the kind of person others admire. Our experts offer seven ways to increase your generosity, patience and tolerance — starting today. Tip No. 1: Fill Your Personal “Pitcher” Before you can be bighearted towards others, you have to do what certified health and wellness coach and registered dietician Adrienne Raimo
Resolve: To be more beautiful than ever in 2016— and with less effort! Who doesn’t want that? Here are five super-easy ways to be your most glowing, stunning self throughout the upcoming year. 1. Don’t go to sleep with your makeup on. Whether you get home at midnight after a night out with friends or drift into slumber land while watching TV on the couch, it can be tempting to tumble into bed without washing your face. Try to resist. As you snuggle against your pillow, the day’s collection of dirt and oil, along with makeup, are being pushed into
As the brightly colored leaves of fall slowly turn brown, the winter season is creeping into view. You may be aware that winter calls for a new wardrobe, but did you know that it’s also time to update your look? Not to fret. We have the top five beauty trends to keep you looking hot as the temperature drops this winter season! #1 – Bold Brows True, this trend has been seen in seasons before but there is no time like the present to rock a bold brow. If you’re lucky enough to be born with great brows, be certain
Top Five Supplements to Clear Up Acne Acne is a common skin problem that affects millions of teenagers and adults. It isn’t not fun, but there are supplements you can take to help your body regulate oil production and other processes. Five of the top supplements that will help to cure acne and give you clear skin include MSM, Zinc, Vitamin A, Vitamin E and Vitamin C. MSM • MSM (AKA methylsuphonylmethane) is a type of sulfur that occurs naturally in the foods we eat and in our bodies. • However, our bodies usually cannot generate enough MSM to help
Kim Do (pr. “dough”) grew up in the Pacific Northwest, where she began smearing her mother’s makeup—quite recklessly--at the age of six. By eight, she noticed that her mom’s foundation wasn’t the perfect color for her skin tone. In middle school, she was developing new “looks” for her friends, doing slumber party makeovers, and sneaking contraband lip gloss into class.