49 posts tagged "OPI"
May Sum, a vendor on Etsy, is essentially the Michelangelo of makeup. But in lieu of marble, she crafts celebrities (like Lady Gaga) and street-style stars (such as Susie Bubble) out of lipstick. [Telegraph]
Fellow artist and fashion photographer Chris Peun was equally inspired by cosmetics—using nail polish to capture “the complexity of the solar system.” [Wired.com]
Jennifer Lawrence is continuing the trend to get chopped (or wear a wig), posting a photo of her new “cut” on Facebook. No matter how you slice it, she’s a definite doppelganger for Kate Gosselin. [Facebook]
Jared Leto is smooth—real smooth. He committed to his role as a transsexual in Dallas Buyers Club by waxing not just his legs but also his eyebrows. [The Cut]
It’s never too early to break out the Mariah Carey Christmas CD or holiday-themed OPI nail polishes inspired by the diva. Naturally, there’s plenty of glitter in the line (and not the kind that tanks at the box office).
Nicole By OPI Launches a New Line of Country Strong Nail Polishes; Delevingne’s Arches Affect Google’s Algorithms; and More
Manicurist Deborah Lippmann may have recently tapped former American Idol winner Kelly Clarkson to produce a glittery purple lacquer, but Nicole By OPI announced today that it’s partnering with fellow Idol alum Carrie Underwood to produce a line of fourteen polishes, set to hit shelves in January. The predetermined hit designed for the country star: a gold textured shade aptly named Carrie’d Away. [Twitter]
In other nail news, Byrdie reports that celebrities such as Rihanna and Adele are taking a break from short tips and opting for sophisticated talons. Even Daria Werbowy sported an extra-long ruby mani for Céline’s latest campaign.
It’s a woman’s prerogative to change her mind…and her nail color, but buying a bottle of nail polish remover will soon force you to flash that always-unflattering driver’s license photo at the drugstore. In an attempt to curb the production of methamphetamine, CVS implemented a new policy in New England (soon to roll out chain-wide) that requires a valid ID to purchase acetone-containing products. [Fox News]
Birthday girl Cara Delevingne hasn’t just impacted the fashion world in a major way, according to Vogue.co.UK an increase in online searches for the model’s name has affected Google’s algorithms. Search terms like “tweezers” and “eyebrow plucking” have significantly decreased in popularity since November 2012. The Internet giant and super’s arches have officially spoken: Bigger (and bushier) really is better.
Net-a-Porter is branching out into beauty. Look out, Sephora. [WWD]
OPI, a mainstay among nail fanatics the world over, has just made a major move to help average consumers procure its products. In a company first, the salon-only brand will start selling its lacquers on Ulta.com. [OPI]
Rachel Zoe opened her DreamDry blow-dry salon in New York’s Flatiron District last month, and 1,000 appointments in the first week alone gave her the confidence to expand. Another Manhattan outpost on 57th Street as well as national locations are scheduled to roll out this year. [WWD]
Gisele’s new Chanel beauty video for its Les Beiges makeup collection is up and running—and pretty tame. But just seeing the supe onscreen makes it a must-see. [Huff Po]
Halle Berry made headlines this morning after telling Conan O’Brien where exactly she sprays that collection of fragrances that bear her name. “You’re supposed to spray it in between your thighs. Then it heats up and the aroma rises up all day long,” Berry told the late-night host. Scandalous! [NYDN]
Word from the gossip mill is that Adele is designing a skincare line—or will be the face of a new skincare line. Watch this space. [OK!]
It’s only day two of New York fashion week, but we’re going to go out on a limb and say that there’s a new nail trend brewing, and it’s got nothing to do with art. After Spring’s nothing-but-nude polish mandate, the influx of deep, dark varnishes we’ve seen over the past forty-eight hours has been that much more noticeable. At Richard Chai, Deborah Lippmann used the opportunity to preview her new-for-holiday Harem Silks from Bombay, a deep chocolate-bordeaux hybrid with a matte finish, while Butter London’s global color ambassador, Katie Hughes, used the Brit brand’s similarly hued, albeit glossy, La Moss backstage at Dannijo. Then, at BCBG, Lubov Azria’s bohemian babes got two coats of OPI’s Black Onyx lacquer with a semimatte top coat (because nobody loves a slick of edgy black nail polish like the beanie-wearing set). Could this signal an end to the manicure madness and a return to more classic, seasonal colors? We’ve got three more weeks to find out.
Finnish design giant Marimekko and Australian apothecary brand Aesop have teamed up on a new skincare line dedicated to Finnish sauna culture. The two-piece range that launches in April will also boast one of Marimekko’s signature prints—as if it needed any help in the way of desirability. [WWD]
More details are emerging about Gwyneth Paltrow’s highly anticipated second cookbook, “It’s All Good: Delicious, Easy, Recipes That Will Make You Look Good and Feel Great.” Set for release on April 2, the tome reportedly comprises a collection of 185 “restorative” dishes of the sugar-free, non-dairy, vegetarian, wheat-free, and non-alcoholic variety that are based on a restrictive “elimination diet” that Paltrow claims helped her lose weight and feel more energetic. Mmmm. [NYDN]
For its latest movie-inspired range of nail lacquers, OPI is getting behind this year’s Oz the Great and Powerful in a big way with seven polishes inspired by the fantastical film. [InStyle]
Move over, Michelle Phan. There’s a whole new crop of beauty vloggers (video bloggers for the neophytes among you) making waves on the world-wide Web. [L.A.Times]
“For special occasions, practice your makeup one day before so you are not stressed.” So says Salma Hayek (and so we shall abide). [Glamour]