I have long loved Chantecaille’s charitable eye shadow palettes, whether they’re benefitting sea turtles, promoting awareness of our planet’s quickly-melting glaciers, or in the latest case, helping to protect and repopulate gray wolves.
With all of the skincare “must-haves” out there these days (and less time to fit them all into your beauty routines), it’s best to minimize the amount of product on your vanity and decide what works best for you. And that brings me to a question I’ve been asked a lot lately…
We try so hard to get our mascara to look natural, but the makeup artists of Spring/Summer 2016’s Fashion Month have another idea in mind – clumpy, grunge-inspired lashes of all colors and lengths.
When it comes to makeup, liquid eyeliner is the one thing I use the most, even more so than mascara. It defines the eyes, and more importantly, makes them pop in photos – and we all know how important that is (beauty brands are even formulating their makeup with selfies in mind now).
NYFW had some crazy looks this season, especially Hood by Air’s un-blended contoured faces (read: clown makeup). One place where we saw beauty that can actually inspire real women was at Theory’s show where La Prairie and makeup artist Mark Carrasquillo led the team.
Tina’s made no secret of loving all things Charlotte Tilbury, from the Magic Cream that started it all to the Goddess Skin clay mask; so when she was asked to participate in the beauty authority’s 10 Women Takeover blog series, I have to imagine there was no hesitation.
If you’re already a Charlotte Tilbury fan (and who isn’t?), you’ll be celebrating this collection – as in literally jumping up and down with glee.