While it’s fun to experiment with different types of eyeshadow, for some reason trying out bold hues on your lips is a little more intimidating (something about the overwhelming fear that you’re going to accidentally smudge it and look more like a clown than a Hollywood starlet).
When you’ve just rolled out of bed in the morning and are groggily attempting to perform your makeup routine, you’ve got one thing and one thing only on your mind (besides getting your hands on caffeine, of course): brightening your eyes.
Girls with green eyes are a rare breed, and find themselves in the company of some of Hollywood’s most gorgeous celebrities (Olivia Wilde, anyone?).
When you think “Marilyn Monroe” red lipstick and va-va-va-voom hair may come to mind, but the legendary Hollywood starlet also had a foolproof daytime look that was both classic and chic.
You’ve probably heard the phrase that the “eyebrows are the frame of the face,” which means we don’t have to tell you how important it is to do a little maintenance every now and again.
If you have lighter features or fairer skin, sometimes a traditional smokey eye can be a bit too much (not to mention the fact that it’s not exactly the best look for daytime).
A-list athletes and stars of the stage and screen all came out to walk the red carpet at the annual ESPY Awards in Los Angeles.
Hollywood goddess Blake Lively is famous for her golden locks, fashion sense and role on the hit-TV show “Gossip Girl,” but she also has a knack for pulling off dazzling beauty looks like sparkly shadow during the daytime.
We spend a lot of time focusing on what type of eyeshadow to use, but applying a primer to your lids can be just as important as choosing a hue that makes your eyes pop.
Just like our wardrobes, our makeup changes with the seasons.