December 6, 2015

Smokey Eye Looks In 10 Gorgeous Shades

December 6, 2015 / / Makeup
As festive season is here and We all love a beautiful smokey eye, and when done right it can do wonders to accentuate your eyes and create a stunning bridal makeup look. We stumbled across Paulina, known as “miaumauve” on Instagram, and were so impressed with her talent. She has [...]READ MORE
October 14, 2015


October 14, 2015 / / Makeup
The natural look never goes out of style. Great natural look that lasts from day to night is always a good choice for every occasion. If you are still wondering how to accentuate your eyes in a natural-looking way, then you are on the right place. We have collected Top [...]READ MORE
October 14, 2015

Strobing Is the New, All-Natural Contouring

October 14, 2015 / / Makeup
Looking for a less intense (and less time-intensive) way to highlight your face? Strobing, the latest makeup trend we've seen on everyone from runway models to our favorite bloggers, skips the chiseled features of a full contour in favor of dewy skin that glimmers in all the right places. Instead [...]READ MORE
October 14, 2015


October 14, 2015 / / Makeup
Black liner is back with its versatility. From the scribble marks liner to the double winged lines the simple and smudgy khol pencil will always be the start of every season. Red Hot Lipstick: The red lipstick had a comeback recently and it was seen in every fashion show such [...]READ MORE
October 11, 2015
HOLLYWOOD, CA - FEBRUARY 20: A model presents an outfit during Tom Ford Autumn/Winter 2015 Womenswear Collection Presentation at Milk Studios on February 20, 2015 in Hollywood, California.  (Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)

Seen on the Runways: Rust Makeup Is the Must-Try Color for Fall

October 11, 2015 / / Makeup
Rust, for all intents and purposes, is trouble: You don’t want it on your jewelry; you don’t want it in your pipes. But the color of rust—now, that’s something we can work with. We already know that the shade, somewhere between orangey red and brown, is the perfect non-neutral addition to [...]READ MORE
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