Inspired? I hope so! Halloween is just around the corner and whether you have the makeup skills to pull off this look seen at last week’s Makeup Forever event or not, using makeup to transform yourself into something creepy or cute (like these animal inspired makeup looks I posted earlier) is almost imperative on dress up night – at least for ladies like us. However when your night of trick or treating is over, don’t forget about your skin when it comes to halloween makeup removal.
The Q-tip is actually a surprisingly overlooked essential when it comes to your beauty regimen. There are so many little hacks involving Q-tips from perfume touch ups throughout the day, to perfectly smudging out eyeliner, to cleaning up makeup mistakes. We have seven creative, life-changing ways to use a Q-tip in your beauty routine. After this, you’ll never want to be without a Q-Tip in your beauty bag.
Your ultimate girl crush is much cooler than you think she is. I knew I was interviewing Cara Delevingne yesterday so naturally, I prepared my questions, but when I arrived at Sephora in the Meatpacking District to celebrate her new Burberry campaign, I was barely prepared. Immediately I grabbed a makeup artist and asked her to fill in my brows. Thank God, because a photo was taken. Here, she spills her beauty must haves, behind the scenes info on her new campaign and the one super power she wishes her famous brows had.
Last week, instead of facing the usual mid-week 4pm crash, I had the luxury of slipping into a heated bed at the Guerlain Spa at the Waldorf Astoria to test out their Abeille Royale Youth Facial instead. Not a bad way to rejuvenate. While my afternoon of work seemed fancy, I left finding the spa impressive, the facial extremely satisfying (you know, not the kind where they just rub creams all over your face), and with lots to write about.