The BECCA x Khloé Kardashian & Malika Haqq Glow Letters is a super easy and hygienic way to share makeup with your bestie. You're welcome.
The world is about to get a lot more fetch. It looks like someone heard our plea for Mean Girls-inspired makeup and that someone is Jeffree Star.
By Julianne Carell. Photos: Courtesy of Brands. You've probably noticed highlighters are everywhere right now. One peek into Sephora or scroll through your Insta feed and that's obvious with a capital O. At the very least, you've heard a beauty-obsessed friend talk about strobing. But the recent surge of highlighters in stores also makes finding your Goldilocks go-to—one that's not too shimmery, sparkly, or Edward Cullen-y—a whole lot harder. That's where we come in. We tested every single highlighter that's come across our desks this summer and narrowed down a list of our current favorites. We bet you'll love the J.Lo-level cheekbones they give you just as much. This story originally appeared on Allure. More from Allure: The 10 Best Mascaras Under $20 The 9 Prettiest Date-Night Makeup Looks Find the Best Haircut for Your Face Shape 20 Celebrities Who Look Surprisingly Different Without Their Signature Looks 7 Weird Tricks for Looking Great in Photos 10 Celebrity Hairstyles That Make You Look 10 Years Younger
Anastasia Beverly Hills’ latest Moonchild Glow Kits are stunning, but perhaps even more so are the models showcasing the product in recent ads.The brand unveiled several pictures on its Instagram page featuring male models rocking shades from the highlight palettes - from dramatic pastel streaks to an all over glittery-sheen. It’s certainly a refreshing change of pace from the usual all-female make up advertisements.Click through the gallery above to see the beautiful looks and let us know what you think by tweeting to us @YahooStyleCA.
When it comes to getting your glow on Instabeauties are constantly searching for the highlighter holy grail. Because who doesn’t need a rainbow coloured highlighter in their life? Good news is the rainbow highlighter, called ‘prism’ has been tracked down to a US-based Etsy store called BitterLaceBeauty, where owner Jenna hand-makes the lush little pastel palettes herself.
Where has this been all our lives!?In the fall of 2017, Rihanna will be launching her own beauty line in a $10 million partnership with LVMH.According to WWD, Rihanna is working with the Kendo division of LVMH to create Fenty Beauty by Rihanna.The singer has previously launched a limited edition collection with M.A.C cosmetics called RiRi Hearts in 2013 and a Viva Glam lipstick in 2014, but this will be her first full cosmetic line.“Fenty Beauty by Rihanna is a beauty rocket ship that will appeal to a huge and diverse global audience,” says David Suliteanu, CEO of the Kendo division of LVMH. “We’re aiming for the stars.”We sure hope so! Here are 10 things we hope to see in Fenty Beauty by Rihanna.
From shimmery eyeshadow to the humble facial mist, here are six fool-proof products that offer serious bang for your buck, whilst constantly delivering on quality and efficacy. Charlotte Tilbury products are known for being unabashedly decadent, but did you know they offer 2-in-1 benefits too? The Colour Chameleon Eyeshadow Pencils can be applied as a liner for a chic and simple look that’s perfect for work, or smudged all over the lid for a messier, undone effect.
The Hourglass Veil Primer is a lightweight and oil free formula that’s great for people with combination to oily skin. Plus, it has SPF15 too! Hourglass Veil Primer, $60, sephora.ca Becca Backlight Priming Filter is an illuminating primer that is good for people with normal to dry skin. It provides hydration while giving your skin a lit from within look. Becca Backlight Priming Filter, $46, thebay.com Foundation To achieve a dewy natural look, avoid a heavy foundation with a matte finish and opt for a velvety or sheer finish instead. Maybelline Dream Fresh BB Cream, $9, walmart.ca Yves Saint Laurent Fusion Ink is a great foundation for combination to oily skin.
Having bright, glowing skin doesn’t have to be reserved for warm weather. Thanks to the growing amount of highlighting and strobing products filling up shelves, you canl have luminous skin year round. For the winter, focus your product application to cheekbones above the apple of the cheek, underneath your brow bone, and at the inner corners of your eyes. Remember to keep your skin tone in mind to select the most flattering shade. If you have pale skin, look for a product with a champagne or pink tone. For medium skin, try a dusty pink or rose and for dark skin, use a bronzy, gold tone. From powders to creams, here are our favorite products to get a glow despite the grey skies.Related:Why Strobing is Replacing Contouring