- Schedule dinner and a movie with super-short notice? These date-night makeup tips are geared toward exactly how many minutes you have to spare.
- The recipe for Caudalie's Beauty Elixir is based on a formula from the 1600s that Queen Isabella used to tone her skin. This spray-on serum/toner has been on the market since 1996, and is free of parabens, phtalates, sulfates, sulfates, and animal ingredients. It smooths and plumps your skin, and also sets makeup. The folks at Caudalie won't be changing the original formula anytime soon, but they did collaborate with L'Wren Scott this year. She gave the bottle a posh redesign, and while I know nothing about architecture, but it's vaguely reminiscent of the old metro stops in the Paris with the signs that read "Métropolitain." The internet tells me they are in the style of Art Nouveau. I've been using Beauty Elixir before moisturizer and after makeup, and I've been looking dewy and smooth.
- The women of Wes Anderson films! Click and click and click for style inspiration.
[Into The Gloss]
- One more from
Into The Gloss: The prettiest man ever, Pharrell Williams, and what he learned from Naomi Campbell.
- When it comes to acne products, find out if you should you use benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid.
- Whoops. I have been using
way too much of all my beauty products. [Makeup.com]
HuffPost Style, they're rethinking petroleum jelly.
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