NARS Skin Deep Eye Palette

NARS Skin Deep Eye Palette ($59)

A nude lover’s paradise, this palette creates endless looks with its neutral rainbow of matte, satin and shimmery shades.

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Beyoncé

Beyoncé Takes Her Rightful Place Amongst the Royals at Madame Tussauds
The wax figure temporarily replaced the Other Queen, Elizabeth II

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Tang Bang

TANG BANG
Smith and Cult
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$18.00

TANG BANG

LE VERNIS

LE VERNIS LONGWEAR NAIL COLOR IN FICTION
CHANEL
barneys.com
$28.00

LE VERNIS

Canyon

YES, I CANYON
essie
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$9.00

CANYON

No Fear

By the time “Dream a Little Dream” blared from the show speakers and 21-year-old California girl Scarlett Costello closed the show, “no fear” went from mantra to mandate, at least to Zendaya, Dua Lipa, and the rest of the audience lucky enough to see all 61 original “characters” IRL on the catwalk.

PS: For those keeping track, the beauty look of Marilyn Monroe did indeed make an appearance on the catwalk, as embodied by the Insta-beloved male model Joel Wolfe.

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Gigi Hadid

On Wednesday night’s runway, that translated to everything from a rockabilly half-hawk (on Hiandra Martinez) to Harajuku-inspired streamers (on Issa Lish). Gigi Hadid got stewardess waves and a sky-blue cap to match, while Montana native Delilah Koch’s long, fine hair was chopped to above-the-chin flapper territory. (“It was time,” said the teen with a sage nod.)

Gigi Hadid

Marc Jacobs spring 2020

“I’ve been thinking a lot about icons,” said Guido Palau backstage at the Marc Jacobs spring 2020 show. He’d made 61 hair looks, all of them different, all of them (hopefully) iconic. “We don’t actually know Marilyn Monroe,” he continued, “But we feel like we do, because we’ve bought into her imagery.

I think when we believe people are comfortable and powerful in their skin and their style, that’s what makes us love them… Of course, we know now that Marilyn wasn’t secure. But we believed her [confidence] for so long.”

Marc Jacobs spring 2020

Thermal Spring Water

Look in any professional makeup artist’s kit and you’re bound to find one thing in common: a spray can of Avène’s famous Thermal Spring Water. Artists use it to prep skin before application and refresh makeup once it’s done—but those are just a couple of reasons 25 million bottles of it sell every year.

It’s an all-natural potion that does everything: Soothes inflammation, calms redness, and even heals painfully ripped off skin from a wax gone wrong (I can attest to that). On the review site Influencster, the water has racked up more than 7,000 reviews online, the majority of which are four and five stars. It has a celebrity fan club that includes Diane Kruger, Gwyneth Paltrow, and Rita Ora.

Thermal Spring Water

Valentino Garavani

Valentino Garavani

Valentino Garavani BACKNET leather sneakers

Valentino Garavani
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$895.00

Valentino Garavani