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3 posts tagged "Jenna Lyons"

Benefit Makes Flying Glamorous Again; J.Crew Goes Bare for Fall; And More

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Benefit BusTSA swiped your face wash? Forgot your go-to mascara? Leave it to Benefit to create a pretty-in-pink solution. The brand recently launched its first Glam Up and Away kiosk in Austin-Bergstrom International Airport in Austin, Texas. The vintage beauty bus holds thirty of the brand’s best-selling products, and twenty-four additional machines are set to appear later this year in airports such as JFK in New York City and McCarran International in Las Vegas. [WWD]

One could say that Jenna Lyons made hot pink and tangerine lipstick a must-have for the masses by slicking these shades on models for the J.Crew catalog. In a recent interview, however, women’s fashion director Gayle Spannaus revealed that she prefers flawless skin, brushed brows, and subdued, nude lips to loud mouths for fall. [Fashionista.com]

Backstage regular Charlotte Tilbury is starting a “make-up revolution” and making it easier than ever by dividing the collection into ten looks (five natural and five nocturnal). This week, the face painter is introducing each “woman” and posting a how-to video tutorial online. [CharlotteTilbury.com]

Another day, another September cover for Cara Delevingne. This time, Karl Lagerfeld shot the super for the latest issue of Numéro magazine and played up the model’s ink against an all-black Dior trench. [Instagram]

Photo: Courtesy of Benefit

J. Lo Joins Jenna In Pedicure-Gate 2011; Kate Somerville’s Berry Best; And More…

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As the brouhaha over J.Crew creative director Jenna Lyons’ affront to gender roles spirals out of control, some new developments have emerged suggesting that she may not be the only one “confusing” her child. Turns out J. Lo also paints her son Max’s toes—blue, not pink. And the plot thickens. [The Cut via People]

Speaking of Lopez, People magazine’s newly crowned Most Beautiful Woman in the World is offering up all kinds of beauty secrets, including the fact that she’s been dyeing her hair once every two weeks since she started going gray at age 23. [Elle U.K.]

As the weather gets warmer, you may want to switch up your fragrance arsenal as well as your wardrobe. Your best bet: Leave deeper, richer scents like patchouli and cedar wood behind in favor of lighter citrus notes and dewy green notes. Vanilla and coconut eaux are also totally within reason. [WSJ]

The onset of strawberry season means good things for your stomach—and your skin, according to aesthetician to the stars Kate Somerville: “Cut a large strawberry in half, lengthwise. Take a fork and poke at the flesh a little to awaken and release the juices. Swipe the strawberry across your face and massage the juice in a bit, using small circles. Leave it on for about two minutes, then rinse off. Strawberry juice contains natural skin lighteners that brighten spots over time.” [L.A. Times]

Photo: Courtesy of Gucci

Pink Polish—A No-No For Little Boys? Mary Louise Parker Breaks Down Her Beauty Routine, And More…

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J.Crew creative director Jenna Lyons has come under fire from Fox News for a picture that shows her painting her son’s toenails pink. The editorial is “a dramatic example of the way that our culture is being encouraged to abandon all trappings of gender identity,” the conservative news agency asserts. [Daily Mail]

Mary Louise Parker attributes her porcelain skin and healthy chestnut locks to “good genes and being moderate about everything.” The Weeds star eats a mostly vegan diet and tries to stay away from products containing parabens, making Tarte cosmetics a personal favorite. She has another beauty tip, too: Beware the Brazilian straightening treatment. [T]

Famed photoblogger Garance Doré steps out from behind her camera today to dissect the language the fashion set uses to discuss beauty. “Oh wow, you look so…healthy!” is really just code for “Is that a muffin top that’s about to pop out of your jeans?” [garancedore.fr]

Sears is making like Duane Reade and Rite Aid and beefing up its beauty offerings. The retailer is planning store-within-store primping departments in 100 of its busier locations over the next several months. Now you can peruse electronics and lipstick offerings all under one roof. [WWD]

Photo: Dan MacMedan / WireImage