2 posts tagged "Dermablend"
The latest face of Dermablend, the L’Oréal-owned line of complexion enhancers with incredible coverage, is Rick Genest—better known as the Nicola Formichetti muse Zombie Boy. The heavily inked Genest refers to his tattoos as “[his] project,” which isn’t quite completed. “I’ve got a couple of blank spots,” he says. “It develops, you know, with time.” As far as using the product he’s now promoting, the Canadian-born artist admits that he doesn’t really wear concealer, “except in the ads, and some fashion shows.” [WWD]
Ever wonder how the Duchess of Cambridge’s hair looks so perfectly bouncy and straight, no matter where she’s being photographed? The answer is regular blow-outs—three of them a week. But in an interesting turn of events, she still insists on visiting London’s Richard Ward salon for the service, rather than have a stylist come to her. You can take the girl out of Bucklebury… [Us]
Breaking: Joan Rivers has announced that she’s quit Botox. What happens to her face now is anyone’s guess. [msnbc]
“I’ve already got my horns fitted. My kids are very happy,” says Angelina Jolie as the first images of her as Maleficent in the remake of Sleeping Beauty surface online. Crazy contacts, deep contours, and a bright red lip are also on the agenda. [EW]
We’re not going to pretend that we had any serious plans to go see Pixar’s new movie Brave, but this detail may have changed our mind: the lead character, Merida, a young red-headed Scottish lass, boasts hair made up of 1,500 individually sculpted curves, distinct points in a three-dimensional space, which are programmed to bounce and interact in relation to one another via a new software system. “Another software program was created to make the hair react more realistically to the character’s movements and surroundings,” according to Pixar. And the intrigue mounts. [WSJ]
For most people, makeup brushes are an afterthought. Essential as they may be, they don’t often receive the same careful, pre-purchasing consideration as your actual makeup. They should. Besides distributing product far more effectively, a better brush won’t disintegrate a little every time you use it, leaving a trail of bristles across your face—a fact that hasn’t been lost on Dermablend. The brand best known for skin-perfecting pigments so potent that they can camouflage everything from tattoos to rosacea is now expanding its reach to include environmentally-friendly brushes. The four-piece collection, which includes tools for concealer, face and body, foundation, and powder, is naturally crafted entirely without animal hair and with handles constructed using recycled aluminum and bamboo, one of the world’s most renewable and sustainable resources. Besides being extraordinarily soft, each brush is designed with specially tapered bristles for optimal application. And, perhaps unsurprisingly, they all happen to work beautifully in tandem with Dermablend’s famous foundations.