When Mandy Moore reaches out for help, she gets it. “Shower door handle- 1, Mandy- 0,” the This is Us star wrote under a photo of the side of her face, with visible bruising and stitches above her eye. Of course, fans have jumped in to save the day, offering their own at-home remedies to help Moore, who’s been filming her NBC show this summer.
The new Marc Jacobs mascaras are like a wardrobe for your lashes. The first magic wand is the Velvet Noir Major Volume Mascara ($26), which mimics the look of full, fake lashes. I was instantly reminded of the clumpy look backstage at the spring Marc Jacobs runway show, where makeup artist Francois Nars applied layer after layer of mascara for a morning-after-hitting-the-club look. Next up is the Feather Noir Ultra-Skinny Lash-Discovering Mascara ($24).
Birchbox launched its own cosmetics brand called LOC (Love of Color). (Photo: Birchbox) Many women (and some men) love Birchbox, the monthly beauty box service that delivers on-trend well-curated samples right to your door. Since its launch back in 2010, Birchbox has grown into an e-commerce shop for unique products from a variety of brands — both mass and indie — all housed under one destination. As someone attached at the hip to my computer, online shopping has become both a habit and occupational hazard.
Metallic eye makeup is a hot trend for fall. Mara Hoffman and Marchesa utilized bronze eyeshadow, Zac Posen showcased cool silver eyeliner, and Tadashi Shoii decorated lids with gold glitter. We enlisted makeup artist Deanna Melluso, who works with celebs like Olivia Wilde and Natasha Lyonne, to create three metallic eye looks from barely there to ultra glam. Proof that metallic makeup can be subtle. (Photo: Zoltan Tombor) Simple gold liner makes a big impression Metallic eyeliner are in abundance, but if wielding a pencil isn’t your thing, Melluso says she actually prefers using a cream metallic shadow.
Despite the fact that I make a modest living writing about it, I’m always learning something new about those little pots of eye shadow, the goop that gives my lashes a much needed boost and the flesh-toned liquid that makes people believe I have a doll-like complexion. Really, the only thing that thrills me more than cute animal videos is learning of a new makeup hack. 1. Start by applying the red lipstick lightly enough to cover your undereye circles.
Cult beauty products become that way for a reason: Their hues are universally appealing and their formulas are truly innovative and ahead of their time. Now Diorshow has improved their formula to ensure "Fuller lashes, bolder impact, and fresher longer" look.
Nude makeup may be dominating the runways and the red carpet, but Peter Philips, the new creative and image director of Dior makeup, is making a strong case for bright colors this spring.
Is there anything more frustrating than coveting something that doesn’t exist? Finally, five months after the fashion show I’ve gotten my hands on a pot of Tom Ford Creme Color for Eyes in Spring 2015 ($42), and thankfully it lives up to the hype.
Photo: Sephora Each day the editors of Yahoo Beauty are sharing one noteworthy product we feel should be on your radar. From the latest and greatest items that land on our desks to indie products with a cool backstory to the old standbys that have earned a permanent place on our vanities, trust us: you’ll want to check them out. As someone who’s inundated with bags of new beauty products daily, it’s become rare for me to unpack something I truly feel is new or revolutionary. But Sephora’s Long Lashing Contoured Eyelash Comb ($14) is one of those items that made me simultaneously think, “whoa” and “duh!”
Stay-Put Liner Want your eyeliner to last all day and night? Try a layering technique. It may seem like more work, but if you use a pencil first, the line you create will act as a stencil, making it easier to wield a felt-tip marker on top. Video by Tara Sgroi