22 posts tagged "Miranda Kerr"
Miranda Kerr’s Beauty Secrets For A Happy Marriage; K-Stew’s Future At Balenciaga: A Discussion; And More…
What are Miranda Kerr’s secrets for keeping husband Orlando Bloom happy? A little lipstick and some lingerie—life lessons she learned from her grandmother. “Every day, put a little makeup on, put on some nice underwear, and you’ll keep your husband,” the Victoria’s Secret Angel advised on late-night television yesterday. [Daily Mail]
For anyone wondering how the 36 models that walked the icy-cold Chanel Métiers d’Art runway last night in Scotland managed to keep their breath invisible, the answer is simple: “ice cubes pre-walk,” according to backstage regular Jaquelyn Jablonski. [Twitter]
With Alexander Wang officially in at Balenciaga, inquiring minds want to know if that means Kristen Stewart is out. The Balenciaga fragrance face might not jive with Wang’s ties to Liberty Ross, the model and wife of Rupert Sanders, with whom Stewart had a very public affair this summer, conspiracy theorists assert. There’s been no official comment from the French house—or Coty Prestige, which holds its fragrance license—but our bet is K-Stew will stay put, even without Nicolas Ghesquière, who brought her there in the first place. Fragrance contracts are binding, don’t ya know. [E!]
Believe it or not, Diana Ross—she of the disco-diva spider lashes, and full head of frizzy ringlets—did her own hair and makeup every time she performed! We repeat: there was no glam squad, according to her daughter, Tracee Ellis Ross. [Huff Po]
Emma Stone nabbed the cover of Interview magazine’s September issue—and wears a futuristic, Blade Runner-style smoky winged eyeliner for the occasion. [Hollywood Life]
We’re always up for a supermodel d.i.y beauty tip and these two are no exception: apparently, Karolina Kurkova applies lemon juice directly to her face to boost radiance and exfoliate, while Miranda Kerr—who sent the blogosphere abuzz last year when she revealed that [one of] the secrets to her slender frame was eating a tablespoon of coconut oilevery day—sleeps with olive oil on the ends of her hair to seal any breakage. [Grazia]
“We will be ambassadors for the message of healthy body image.” No, this isn’t a new beauty company campaign slogan; it’s part of a six-point pact made between the editors of all 19 international issues of Vogue to stop knowingly shooting underage, unhealthy-looking models. [NYT]
The Kim Kardashian hype machine is running on overdrive today as word of her new prestige-only fragrance, True Reflection, hits the Internet. “It is about overcoming things and letting your true self come out,” Kardashian says of the bergamot, plum, night-blooming gardenia, chocolate orchid, and textured woods eau. And yes, for those of you keeping track, this is also the fragrance that got Kardashian “flour bombed” at a launch event earlier this year. [WWD]
Miranda Kerr’s a-teaspoon-of-coconut-oil-a-day-keeps-the-cellulite-away mantra went viral last year and now, she’s sharing another one of her beauty secrets: “You can curl your eyelashes with a spoon if you don’t have a curler,” she says, explaining how after applying a coat of mascara, she pinches her lashes between her thumb and a utensil to get a natural lift. [Daily Mail]
To be clear, Cameron Diaz didn’t mean to cut her hair into what has now become a signature chin-length bob. “I just burst into tears and started crying, and I felt so vulnerable,” Diaz reveals of the moment when her friend accidentally snipped off a few too many inches of her cornsilk blond strands. [People]
My first encounter with RMS Beauty’s Rose-Marie Swift was a memorable one. It was about three years ago, when the face painter’s brand of 100 percent natural makeup was just taking off and I met her at her apartment—her apartment!—to pick up product for a shoot. We got to talking about her impressive formulas that are packed with nourishing, all-organic ingredients, and she recommended I try her pure mineral Cream Eye Shadow in Seduce, a glistening chocolate brown. Also there: Miranda Kerr’s yorkie, who Swift was pet-sitting while the Victoria’s Secret model, a friend and client, was out of town. Like Kerr, I became a fast fan of Swift’s products—particularly the ultra-creamy shadows, which Swift is about to expand upon. This month, the green-leaning makeup artist will introduce two new shades of her multitasking lid enhancer, which doubles as an eye cream to moisturize as it imparts a gorgeous wash of color. Karma is a dark brown with silver undertones, and then there’s Solar, an antique gold that was so popular on its first run Swift is bringing it back. Apply liberally.
$28, available February 14 at www.rmsbeauty.com.
The Mission: Make Miranda Kerr’s features pop at the 4th Annual Film Benefit at the Museum of Modern Art in New York using a natural product regimen in keeping with the supermodel’s all-organic, all-the-time skincare standards.
The Face Painter: Makeup artist Rose-Marie Swift
The Face: Swift’s signature is a luminous base, and last night was no exception. Starting with her RMS Beauty “Un” Cover-Up to create an even tone, Swift dabbed her Living Luminizer on the top of Kerr’s cheekbones and down the bridge of the nose to contour her face with a subtle sheen.
The Eyes: Using her RMS Beauty Cream Eye Shadow in Lunar, a golden glimmer, Swift coated Kerr’s lids, highlighting the inner corners with a dab of Living Luminizer to reflect light. Curling lashes, Swift applied a few strokes of black mascara and darkened Kerr’s brows with her as-yet-unreleased Cream Eye Shadow in Karma, a dark brown, to ensure that they stood out in bold contrast to Miranda’s printed Peter Pilotto dress.
The Lips: Multitasking her newly reformulated Lip2Cheek cream color base in Rapture, Swift applied rosy pigment to both Kerr’s mouth and the apples of her cheeks for a berry-tinged flush.
The Result: After a few final swipes of Living Luminizer on her collarbones, it was impossible not to fixate on Kerr and her otherworldly glow swanning around the museum, despite the bevy of other A-listers also in attendance.