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Shop Talk: Get Gorgeous Like Emma Stone; Predicting Your Beauty Future; Dior Homme's First Boutique

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A dose of Oscar-worthy glamour and retail therapy to keep you sane through the last few days of awards season.

 

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Rachel Goodwin, Emma Stone and Mara Roszak

Just because you weren’t blessed with the same impossibly perfect genes as Emma Stone doesn’t mean you can’t have her hair and makeup. Enter the starlet’s glam team: hairstylist Mara Roszak, co-owner of Mare salon, and makeup artist Rachel Goodwin, who, along with the salon’s team of colorists and stylists, will be hosting an afternoon of beauty to benefit Planned Parenthood on Monday, Feb. 20 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Think personalized makeup routines, haircuts, manicures, wine curated by Helen Johannesen of Helen’s Wines, chair massages and an auction. It’s the first time Roszak and Goodwin have come together to offer their services at the salon, and it’s all in the name of a good cause. “It feels incredibly important to be conscious in this time,” says Roszak. “We're truly excited to share this day with you.”

To book an appointment, call the salon at (424) 274-3479. 152 N. Wetherly Drive, West Hollywood.

Makeup artist and RMS Beauty founder Rose-Marie Swift and her psychic sis, Angela Swift, are joining forces for an evening of makeovers and palm readings at the newly opened Credo L.A. boutique on Thursday, Feb. 23, from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Our prediction? A stash of new beauty products in your future.

Call (323) 272-3195 to reserve a spot ($20 per person booking fee, redeemable in product). 8327 W. 3rd St., L.A.

Dapper dudes, rejoice. Dior Homme is touching down in Costa Mesa’s South Coast Plaza with its first stand-alone brick-and-mortar. Look for ready-to-wear, footwear, accessories, jewelry and watches, as well as the made-to-measure demi-mesure service, available upon request (Oscar nominees, take note).

3333 Bristol St., Costa Mesa.

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