Short, stubby lashes are a thing of the past after four weeks of using this clinically proven serum, infused with vitamins, minerals and peptides that fortify, hydrate, protect and improve the appearance of damaged lash hair.
Handcrafted with McEvoy Ranch organic extra virgin olive oil and rich botanicals, this luxurious, clean-ingredient product repairs and nourishes to reveal superhydrated skin.
Powered by patented technology and innovative formulations, this breakthrough system of shampoo, conditioner and whipped glaze makes hair color last twice as long when compared to the competition.
Whether through science, art, skincare, or the combination of the three, La Prairie is using its understanding of luminosity to make the world a more beautiful place. White Caviar Illuminating Pearl Infusion ($570) and White Caviar Crème Extraordinaire ($725) are available now on laprairie.com.
For the month of April on LaPrairie.com and in store, receive a travel size of the perfect partner when you purchase either White Caviar Crème Extraordinaire or White Caviar Illuminating Pearl Infusion. Complimentary shipping and two additional samples are offered on any laprairie.com order.
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Roses may be red, but NCLA’s purple, softening vitamin E treatment oil has us green with hand model envy. The luxurious cuticle oil nourishes nails, smooths cuticles and boasts a subtle rose scent.
Vitamin E extract and safflower oil lock in moisture to ensure soft nails sans a manicure.
“So Rich cuticle oil is the best friend you never knew you needed. Apply this vitamin E–infused treatment daily, and your nails will thank you later.” –Elin Dannerstedt, CEO and founder
What It Is
Organic, creamy shea hydrates and heals to help skin stay smooth as butter.
Shea Terra boasts 100-percent pure, unrefined shea butter, which is packed with nourishing vitamin E and pro-vitamin A.
“Only true cold-pressed shea butter from the women of Uganda. This rare variety conditions hair, softens skin and fine lines, smooths lips and lots more.” –Tammie Umbel, CEO
According to celebrity makeup artist Amber Amos, her go-to universal pink lipstick is Dior’s Lip Glow in shade 001 Pink Glow. “It’s a hydrating, pink shade that self-adjusts to give the most complimentary glossy rosy shade based off of your lips natural undertone.” Celebrity makeup artist Vincent Oquendo agrees, adding that 008 Ultra Pink is another great option. “Because these shades are more sheer, they can be worn on all skin tones beautifully.
Celebrity makeup artist Katie Danza calls this shade the perfect everyday color. “I constantly use it on set and on myself; it’s a gorgeous warm rose with a touch of nude that flatters all skin tones and works year-round, day or night.”
“Cool toned pinks look great on most skin tones,” says celebrity makeup artist Min Min Ma. “Right now, I’m obsessed with this one, which looks just as beautiful as a stain or fully on as a lipstick. I like the matte texture because it’s more modern looking. You can always throw on a lip balm on top for a more sheer look, or even double it as a cheek stain.”
Not only is Ayesha Curry a successful entrepreneur, popular chef and mother of three, she’s also quite the beauty guru. Her latest beauty industry endeavor? The face of CoverGirl’s new line of nude lip colors, called Outlast Nudes.
So, in honor of the latest launch and Curry’s spokesmodel status, we spoke with her about everything from the in-office dermatologist treatments she swears by to her favorite drugstore makeup.
Inspired by the modern “global traveler,” makeup artist Diane Kendal created a subtly smoky eye with M.A.C. Eye Kohl in Costa Riche on the models with light and medium skin tones, and with a black eyeliner pencil for the models with darker complexions. After scribbling the pencil all over the lids and along the lower lashes, Kendal diffused the pigment with a brush for a lived-in effect. Meanwhile, hairstylist Odile Gilbert created an “edgy yet chic” pushed-back style with plenty of volume for the models with long hair, while those with short crops (like Duckie Thot, shown above next to Candice Swanepoel), kept their own unique style for the runway.
“We were all feeling a bit ’70s,” said makeup artist James Kaliardos, who turned to Bob Fosse musicals for inspiration when dreaming up the monochromatic glitter-lids-and-lips combo for Rodarte’s homecoming show in Los Angeles. (And yes, we know it’s not technically part of New York fashion week since it wasn’t in New York, but we’ll let it slide since the show basically marked the start of the fall 2019 show season.) To create the look, Kaliardos used fuchsia, pink, or red lipstick as a base, swiping it onto the eyelids and lips, followed by color-matched glitter that he pressed on top. The result? Light-catching splashes of color that sent hearts pumping backstage, on the runway, and all over Instagram.