Vampy lips, here we come.
Vampy lips, here we come.
Who else is excited about the limited-edition makeup line of bright hues? Because we most certainly are.
At Lucky FABB's annual conference on Friday, the "Mad Men" actress admits that she wears what Janie Bryant wants, whether she likes it or not.
During Violet Grey founder Cassandra Grey's panel at Lucky Magazine's annual blogger conference, we learned where the glossy's EIC scores lipstick in LaLa Land -- among other things.
The "Mad Men" star may have been unlucky in love on "The Big Date," but at least he wasn't afraid to rock a rad '90s bowl cut for the occasion.
Cassandra Grey's beauty website now sells all the makeup fit for a multimillion-dollar big-screen face -- NARS, Dior and YSL included.
She debuts a skincare collection called Robin McGraw Revelation, for which her husband became her beauty tester: "He has a huge forehead."
Brad Wilder tells Pret-a-Reporter that the 40-piece tattoo on Theo James' back required application by three people for three hours.
Want to get instant, red carpet-ready results like the "Dallas Buyers Club" actor and "Blurred Lines" vocalist? Give these at-home men's products a try.
The Grammy-award winning songstress is making it easier for you to get vampy lips like hers this summer.
Makeup artists Melanie Inglessis and Charlotte Tilbury teach us how to get their clients' bold, feline eyes. Meow.
The Best Supporting actress nominee went for solid nails on Sunday. Her manicurist explains why.
Thanks to makeup artist Patrick de Fontbrune, Matthew McConaughey's other half looked like the First Lady of the Oscars. Here, he tells us how he did it.
Kerry Washington, Margot Robbie and Emma Watson went dark and fruity on Oscars night. Says MAC's director of makeup artistry: "We are definitely going deep this spring."
"Imagine your face is like a car, and you're servicing your car at a pit stop. It’s very dynamic and dramatic,” said Kinara Skin Care Clinic and Spa owner and aesthetician Olga Lorencin-Northrup.
It's always good to know who the hot Hollywood hair colorists are, and this is who did Angelina Jolie, Kate Hudson and Jennifer Lawrence for Oscars night.
Deborah Lippmann shares how she achieved the award-winning actress' light rosy mani.
Hairstylists Robert Vetica and Chris McMillan were both inspired by '40s starlet Veronica Lake's wavy mane.
As celebrity hairstylist Jose Eber says, "The truth? There are hundreds of hairstylists backstage, ready to fix any disasters. That's what Hollywood is about."
At the avant-garde designer's Paris Fashion Week show on Thursday, makeup artist Alex Box created a surprisingly easy-to-mimic look on the models.
The "American Horror Story" actress is the star of the brand's first beauty campaign.
How does makeup maven Christina Guerra evoke Rita Hayworth's beauty in The Beauty Department's Kristin Ess? By using dabs of shimmery eyeshadow and a swipe of orange-red lipstick.
Makeup artist Christina Guerra shares how she gave Late Afternoon blogger Liz Cherkasova a classic Catherine Deneuve "ice maiden" look.
Makeup artist Christina Guerra tells Pret-a-Reporter how she gave author and screenwriter Kelly Oxford the young Elizabeth Taylor treatment.
To achieve a Marilyn Monroe-inspired look for "White Girl Problems" author Lara Schoenhals aka Babe Walker, beauty genius Christina Guerra defined her eyes with cat-eye eyeliner and penciled her lips with shades of red.
Makeup artist Christina Guerra breaks down how she achieved Because I'm Addicted blogger Geri Hirsch's Audrey Hepburn-inspired beauty.
From the "12 Years a Slave" nominee's stylist to her makeup artist, get to know the imagemakers behind the actress' award-winning looks.
These last-minute makeover wonders — a peptide facial, a fitness retreat, a new juice cleanse — will get any busy guy ready for the red carpet.
Ahead of Saturday's Make-Up Artists and Hair Stylists Guild Awards, makeup maven nominee Robin Mathews shares how $250 transformed Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto into the film's characters.
Tarra Day, who is nominated for a MUHA, reveals who led her to get involved with making Walter White and Jesse Pinkman look like meth cooks.