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April 19 2014

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22 posts tagged "beauty"

Neutral Territory

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The “no makeup” makeup trend has always baffled us. Somehow, it takes more time to look like we aren’t wearing any eyeliner than it does to swipe on a dash of black liquid and be done with it. But with Fall runways from Marc to Calvin filled with fresh young things as bare-faced as can be, we’ve decided to take the less-is-more look for a test-drive. The shades in Clé de Peau Beauté’s eye shadow quad in 20 aren’t too far from the actual color of our eyelids, so looking done without being overdone is easy. Click the image to shop.

-Laura Wasson

Drama Schooled

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Matching your lipstick and your nails might seem old-school, but the combination looked newly fresh on the Chanel Fall Couture runway. The dangerously sexy Jungle Red shade of this lipstick, lip liner, and nail polish set from NARS makes channeling your inner vamp a cinch. The color was named after the 1939 Joan Crawford movie. When it comes to dark Hollywood glamour, she’s not a bad one to emulate. Click the image to shop.

-Laura Wasson

Light As Air: Sexy Sheer Picks Perfect For Summer

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Blue Streak

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Leave it to Bobbi Brown to make blue eye shadow (not the most user-friendly color out there) a whole lot more accessible with her pretty new Denim Rose palette. The shimmery shadows are lovely enough on their own, but the multiple lip shades and coordinating blush make this a convenient vacation must-have (take that, TSA!). Click the image to shop.

-Laura Wasson

Mane Event

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When the weather turns balmy (as it has in New York City today), our long locks turn into a tight topknot. This summer, we’ve taken to accessorizing the look with statement headbands. Think Bonnaroo, not Blair Waldorf. Deepa Gurnani’s colorful number has a vaguely seventies vibe that pairs nicely with the high-waisted shorts featured in our latest In the Mood For feature. Click the image to shop.

-Laura Wasson