Amazing makeup job for W magazine by Makeup Artist Lucia Pieroni for Clé de Peau Beauté. Kristen looks awesome and it’s nice to see a change like this.
Stewart gets sultry bedroom eyes with Clé de Peau Intensifying Cream Eyeliner. “A modern take on this look is keeping the eye makeup intense, but in a clean and not smudgy way,” says makeup artist Lucia Pieroni.
Looks like I’m going to need to pick up a new eyeliner!
A few years ago I pretty much got banned from Neiman Marcus in Chicago for asking for La Mer samples every week. On a recent outing I realized I haven’t been found out in St. Louis just yet, so I got some new samples and I can’t describe how AMAZING the stuff is. I’m trying with everything in my power to stop myself from buying for the full size thing (at $250 for 2 oz. it shouldn’t be hard). I usually go for Creme De La Mer but since it is summer I decided to try the Gel De La Mer and Baume De La Mer (eyes) ($165 for 0.5oz!!). Wow!!!!! They are both so incredible. Instantly my tone evens out, my skin feels like a newborn and any puffiness in my eyes is instantly diminished.
Until I win the lottery you can find me in dark sunglasses and a wig at your nearest Neiman Marcus.
I’m so excited! MAC discontinued their amazing fragrances a few months ago leaving me calling every store in the area trying to buy up the last of MV3 (my signature scent).
MV3 has been my go-to sexy fragrance for the past 8 years! Every time I wear it I get compliments from both men and women. I even credit the stuff for two relationships!
Seeing that “Turquatic” is back with a newly designed package just has me so excited for the relaunch of all of them.
"Everyone who has become addicted to M•A•C’s classic Turquatic, our sensual sea-spray of a fragrance, bracing with Anemone, Lotus, Orris, & a curious waft of Corsican Blue Cedar will love the sleek new rollerball option & new, larger 50 ml size."
Turquatic now comes in a rollerball for $20, the classic 20ml for $27.50, and the NEW 50ML for $49.50!
I’m so thrilled that I got to be a part of the photoshoot today for the cover of Alive Magazine’s August issue. Although the makeup was super simple it’s my first magazine cover so it was very surreal to realize that my goals are starting to get accomplished. I truly love what I do and I’m so blessed to have a great circle of friends and family that support me and my passion.
Wesley Law’s photographs are breathtaking and honest and I’m honored to have worked with him and to be able to call him a friend. If you haven’t seen his work it’s online at www.wesleylaw.com.
The subject is Eric Greitens and he was such a pleasure to work with. Eric Greitens is a Navy SEAL; award-winning author; Rhodes Scholar and CEO of The Mission Continues. He speaks on leading with strength and compassion through adverse circumstances. His work as a social entrepreneur is transforming how this country views our veterans. (www.ericgreitens.com)
Such an honor. I can’t wait to see the photographs!
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Here’s a great post I found on BellaSugar.com on how to wear winged eyeliner. I get asked all the time about this and these are some really great tips. The only other tip I would add is an explanation of what “gel liner” is since a lot of people don’t know.
Gel-eyeliner is a type of liner that’s a mix between liquid and stick. I’ve tried several and my favorite is "blacktrack" by MAC, by far. It’s great for a winged liner, and you can also dip your #217 (MAC) brush in it and its an instant smokey eye.
When I do winged liner I always draw the angle line (coming from the outer eye) on each side to make sure they are even. I have years of experience and I still have uneven lines sometimes. Trust me- Do this first because it’s easier to wipe off a tiny line than the entire completed liner… especially when you have a gorgeous eyeshadow job underneath it!
These are so old but totally adorable. I’m kind of like “aww” while watching them because I could have made this so much shorter and so many new products have come out since then that I’m in love with, but I do have some good points so if you are insecure about your foundation skills check it out!!
I’m so happy to be helping out at the Pins & Needles Fashion Show tomorrow night in St. Louis! 8 amazing designers are going to be featured and the looks planned for them are nothing short of jawdropping. Can I just say how excited I am to finally be doing bleached brows?! (shhhh!)
I am so excited to be finally taking the steps I’ve needed to take regarding my decision to focus my career on makeup. I feel like everything is finally falling into place and with my decision to move west, I’ve been inspired and motivated more than ever. I booked my tickets to LA for the end of June and it was truly perfect timing because I am going to be able to attend the 2011 IMATS (International Makeup Artist Trade Show)!!!!!
This isn’t like any other trade show, it is hardcore and I’m throwing myself into this convention with thousands other people more experienced than me (how’s that for motivation??). The full line-up of presenters is incredible and I’m most looking forward to seeing Dany Sanz (creator of Make-Up Forever!). Hopefully I’ll make some good connections :)