Fall 2011 Trend Watch: Winged Eyeliner

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Winged eyes are all over the red carpets and catwalks and it is going to be huge for this coming fall season! Kim Kardashian, Gwen Stefani, Angelina Jolie and Lauren Conrad are just a few celebs rocking this look.

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For a little edgier look try the double winged eye as modeled by the  star of “Rum Diary” Amber Heard styled by Hollywood makeup pro Jeanine Lobell.

 

To create this look try:

Josie Maran R.E.M Pen – Rapid Eye Makeup Pen

What it is:
A sleek, pen-shaped component that contains an Argan Gel Liner with brush and a coordinating Argan Eye Shadow shade for a perfect on-the-go eye.

What it does:
This versatile, dual-ended eye color wand lets you line and shade in an instant. Open the middle and there you have the perfect coordinating argan eye shadow easily applied through a spring-loaded sponge tip applicator that sweeps product on in a single stroke. Perfect for the woman who is looking for no-mess, no-fuss, and no-worry color-coordinated lids in a flash, this long-wear gel eye liner and liner brush delivers high-performance, professional application. Josie’s signature ingredient argan oil is infused to give both the gel liner and the eye shadow antiaging benefits. These creamy, crease-proof formulas glide on easily and last all day.

What it is formulated WITHOUT:
- Parabens
- Sulfates
- Synthetic Fragrances
- Petrochemicals
- Phthalates
- GMOs
- Triclosan

What else you need to know:
Argan oil is produced from the argan tree in the deserts of Morocco. This oil is rich in Vitamin E and essential fatty acids, which have antiaging properties. This organic ingredient is known to help and prevent dehydration, inflammation, hyperpigmentation, and sebum production. It is your answer to healthy, youthful, radiant, clear skin, and hair.

 

$32


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