Huge pores. A lot of us have got ‘em, but they’re not always something we want share with the world. Thank the beauty gods for Benefit’s POREfessional, a translucent balm that minimizes the appearance of pores. Gently rub it over your T-zone, on your chin, your cheeks, and anywhere else where you’d love to see smoother skin. POREfessional is oil-free and goes on under makeup without any fuss. You’ll never be crying, “Oh, poor me, my pores!” again!
When Sephora sent me their Moonshadow Baked Eye Palette to test, I was concerned. First of all, there’s lots of sparkles. As much as I love a sparkly highlighter to fake cheekbones in my big ol’ chipmunk cheeks, I stopped wearing glitter on my eyes around, oh, age 17. Sparkly-ness is not something I look for in an eyeshadow. This picture from Sephora.com doesn’t accurately portray just how glittery these shadows are, but trust me, they’re shimmery.
Second of all, that cobalt blue shadow scared the crap out of me. Keep reading »
You know what we miss the most about Jane magazine (other than all of Jane magazine)? The makeunders. The mag would pull some woman off the street, snatch the black eyeliner out of her hands, and do her up in a more subtle makeup look using fewer products. Now the ladies of xoJane.com, where editor Jane Pratt has landed, have gifted Sammi Giancola from “Jersey Shore” a makeunder and day-um girl. Sammi’s always been really pretty, but her xoJane makeunder really lets her natural beauty shine through. The makeup artist hired by xoJane only used five beauty products and took no longer than five minutes to make her up. I like! Lay off the tanning beds and flatirons for awhile, Sammi, pretty please? [xoJane] Keep reading »
The only thing more exciting than amazing holiday gifts is amazing holiday parties. There’s something about these late-December days (and nights, and early mornings) that puts everyone in a good mood. Even if you fancy yourself more of a Scrooge, I dare you to keep trying to suppress that contagious joy. Go ahead, pour a glass of champagne — Christmas only comes once a year, so you might as well let loose. These holiday beauty trinkets will keep you looking and feeling plenty festive, all the way through January 1st.
Are you a beauty addict? Do you know one or a few? Then the gift sets on this list will no doubt thrill and amaze. From makeup palettes to body washes to the best in nail polishes, we’ve got your beauty gift options on lock. Keep reading »
New Year’s Eve is only days away. Make a statement by letting your inner bombshell shine! This bundle include festive brushes, sparkly polish, shimmery glosses, show-stopping eye palettes, and a new scent to get you ready for the clock to strike midnight. Find out how to enter, after the jump! Keep reading »
I love swapping beauty tips with friends, coworkers, even strangers on the street. When someone looks especially fabulous, I make sure to tell them, and, more importantly, ask their secret. Here are 55 cheap, easy hair and makeup tricks from Frisky staffers and friends. Some of them you probably already know, some of them you probably don’t, and who knows — one of them might change your life. Also, have I mentioned you’re looking quite lovely today? Care to share your secrets in the comments section?
An artist needs the right tools. So toss out whatever cheaply-made foolishness you’ve got in your makeup bag and enter the big-girl world with this premium set of six brushes from Sephora. You get a foundation brush, a medium-sized powder/bronzer brush, an angled contour brush, and three different brushes for shadow and eyeliner application. Both Amelia and Jess are obsessed with these brushes, which are a breeze to clean (use shampoo!) and come with their own brush stand for easy storage. You’ll thank us later!
“A strong eye and a strong lip is hard for my face. I can go tranny really fast. It’s true, because I have a really strong jaw. So for me, I just have to be cognizant of the way that it transforms my face.”
– Olivia Wilde deploys a controversial word choice while talking beauty and makeup with Stylelist. I can’t fault Olivia as I don’t think she means any harm or offense by using the word “tranny,” but judging by the backlash that other stars, like Kim Kardashian and Sofia Vergara, have received for the same comment she should probably brace herself. [Styleist]