"I wish that I didn't remember I had it, but I do because of this damn scar," Richie says, reflecting on her belly-button piercing.
Urban Decay’s new Razor Sharp eyeliners have drawn plenty of attention on social media but probably not in the manner it hoped for. The company sent a tweet on Wednesday saying, “Ready for some Razor Sharp Swatches, UDers?” alongside an image of colour swatches on a model’s wrist and inner arm. @UrbanDecay this is not ok… "razor sharp" really?
It’s countouring’s simpler cousin and the fastest, quickest way to fake healthy and glowing skin. Also known as strobing, highlighting can help blur minor imperfections, erase signs of fatigue and restore youthfulness.
Best of all, they add practically no extra time to your morning routine and you can rest easy the rest of the day knowing you’ll look just as great at 5 p.m. as you did at 9 a.m. Prepping your face before applying makeup is a foolproof way to ensure it lasts all day. After you have chosen your base of choice apply a setting powder to the areas where your foundation wears off first.
Urban Decay announced the Naked Vault Volume II collection today. (Photo: Urban Decay) Urban Decay, the brand behind the cult classic Naked Palette, has launched another holiday set that is sure to sell out — and maybe already has. The Naked Vault Volume II collection, a follow up to last year’s Naked Vault set, includes the original Naked Palette (a set of 12 bronze-hued shadows that allow you to create just about every look imaginable), Naked2 (a wider range of neutral shades), Naked3 (with a rose gold theme), this year’s Naked Smoky Palette (your smoky eye go-to), plus the more streamlined Naked Basics, and Naked2 Basics Palette. It’s an insane deal considering that the Naked Palettes each retail between $29 and $54.
Urban Decay couldn’t have picked a better partner for their first-ever celeb collaboration, rocker Gwen Stefani has always had a passion for beauty. The partnership with Stefani was a long time in the making. Urban Decay Chief Creative Officer and founding partner Wende Zomnir was a fan of Stefani’s since she first heard the 1995 No Doubt hit “Just a Girl” on the radio, while living in Laguna Beach.
From primers to beauty balms, to products that promise to erase my pores and disguise my crows feet—one brand after another swears that their product works better than an Instagram filter. How?