Imaxtree I, like all others who are permanently on a quest to find the perfect mascara, have tried countless lash-bolstering formulas. It's not unusual for me to have two, three-okay, even four- tubes of the inky cosmetic in my makeup bag at a single time. There are just so many options, which is why, in a bid to be a little more budget-friendly and eco-conscious, I've turned to trusting an invaluable source of product knowledge: word of mouth.
Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images for NYFW: The Shows Sarah Potempa knows a thing or two about curling hair. She's the creator of The Beachwaver, and she has styled countless celebrities, like Lea Michele,В Hailee Steinfeld, and Margot Robbie for major events. She's also been the lead stylist at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show multiple times.
Zara About three years ago, I deemed clumpy mascara was my "thing"-I wanted to look like I rolled off the runway of the F/W 15 Gucci show, so I let my mascara clump with abandon. Think big, spidery lashes. This was certainly a look (and one I'm still into on occasion), but I've since returned to a clean-lash way of life.
My skin takes on a life of its own during the wintertime-transforming my usually hydrated, bright-looking complexion into one far duller and drier. It's sad, really. But instead of sitting around feeling sorry for myself, I decided to take action. In this case, that action translated into trying just about every rich moisturizer that came across my desk, including those that came up during a frantic Google search of "best winter moisturizers for dry skin" atВ 3 in the morning.
Halloween is more than just a time to play dress up, it's a time to go big or go home-and for many, this includes a total transformation from head to toe. Enlisting the help of the most talented makeup artists in the biz, celebs have a tendency to kick things up a notch each time October 31st comes around, and we are so here for it.
During most of my twenties, I had really bad acne, which is unfortunate since my skin was pretty clear during my teenage. What's even more unfortunate was that when it got really bad, I was a beauty journalist at Elle magazine in London. I felt like such a fraud. How could I be a beauty expert and have acne?