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Exotic, Eastern-Inspired Look for Oscar de la Renta at New York Fashion Week


Revlon’s Global Artistic Director, Gucci Westman, Creates an Exotic, Eastern-Inspired Look for
Oscar de la Renta at New York Fashion Week

Wednesday, February 16th, 2011

WHO: Revlon’s Global Artistic Director, Gucci Westman, backstage at Oscar de la Renta

WHAT: Revlon’s Global Artistic Director, Gucci Westman, paired a strong brow with rosy, contoured cheeks for the Oscar de la Renta Fall 2011 collection, bringing forth the designer’s vision of an enigmatic eastern traveler.

“The look is about a Mongolian journey,” says Westman. “I darkened the brow and applied touches of pink-hued lipstick to the cheeks to give the illusion of a woman exploring the Siberian tundra.”

REVLON PRODUCTS TO GET THE LOOK:

LIPS:
Gucci Westman for Revlon Limited Edition Lip Palette in Bordeaux in the Snow (available in Fall 2011), $6.99
Revlon Super Lustrous Lipstick in Black Cherry (used on darker complexions), $7.99

EYE:
DoubleTwist Mascara in Blackest Black, $8.99
ColorStay Liquid Liner in Blackest Black, $7.39
ColorStay 12H Eye Shadow Quad in Silver Fox (grey shade only) $6.99
Brow Fantasy in Dark Brown, $7.50

FACE:
Revlon PhotoReady Concealer, $10.99
ColorStay Powder, $13.99
ColorBurst Lipstick in Fuchsia and Candy Pink, $8.99

PRODUCT AVAILABILITY: www.revlon.com

Get the Look: Natasha Bedingfield Retro Glam at the 2011 Grammy’s

WHO: Natasha Bedingfield
WHAT: An old fashioned style with a contemporary, glamorous vibe
WHEN: February 13, 2011
WHERE: 53rd Grammy Awards
HOW: Caile Noble, stylist for Serge Normant at John Frieda in LAHOW TO GET THE LOOK:

Caile began by establishing a low side part and applying a product that would help give the hair some memory and hold (try John Frieda Luxurious Volume Root Booster). He then began blowing out her hair with a small, round boar bristle brush.

Next he took hair in sections with a small barrel curling iron and curled each section the same direction away from Natasha’s face. When finished, he sprayed the curls with a workable hairspray and allowed time for the curls to set and brushed hair out using a flat bristle brush to achieve the glamorous wave.

Softly pulling the hair back, Caile twisted the excess hair into a chignon and secured it in place using large hair pins. He finished with a finishing spray to give the style that ultimate red carpet shine.

Get the Look: Jennifer Hudon’s Amazing Silver Eyes at the Grammys


Instyle helps you get the amazing silver look sported by Jennifer Hudoson at the Grammys.

Tonal Silver Eye Shadow
Jennifer Hudson’s eye shadow at the 2011 Grammy Awards may have looked simple, but it was actually the product of artful and purposeful layering. A silvery shade at the inner corners fades to a slate gray at the outer edges; brownish rosy shadow along the brow bone adds dimension and warmth. Take a cue from the songstress and start with lighter colors and work outwards—it brightens your eyes and opens up your face

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WET N WILD CARES

Teen “fave” makeup brand launches program to bring the glamorous life to deserving high school proms.

City of Industry, CA (January 2011) – For many teens who dream of a magical prom, the reality can be disenchanting: low funding can lead to drab décor, dispiriting tunes and disagreeable munchies for a night destined to be remembered in shades of gray. But if anyone knows how to add some color, it’s wet n wild®! The value-driven, color-wowing, always-fabulous cosmetics brand has made its mark turning everyday into a glamorous day–and prom is no exception. In January 2011, wet n wild® launches wet n wild® CARES, a nationwide charity program to support proms at 10 deserving high schools.

wet n wild® CARES will provide 10 high schools with $1,000 to make their prom dreams a reality. Starting January 21, 2011, schools can enter online at wnwbeauty.com or via email to info@wnwbeauty.com. In a letter, video or however they desire, schools will explain their need and why they deserve a sponsorship for their prom. In addition to the monetary donation, wet n wild® will give all of the selected schools $1,000 worth of makeup–hot products in hot, hot shades to get the party started. Entries are due by March 4, 2011. Winning schools will be announced on March 11, 2011 and will be featured on wet n wild®‘s website wnwbeauty.com, which will display photos from the big bashes and glamorized students using wet n wild® swag.

During the submission process, schools will also encourage students to sign up as wet n wild® VIPs. This completely free program delivers the inside scoop on all things wet n wild®! Exclusive access to new products, special savings, beauty tips and fresh looks gives students all they’ll need to look their best whether in the classroom or at the prom.

About wet n wild®
For more than three decades, millions of women around the globe have discovered their wild side using wet n wild®, makers of affordable, prestige-inspired cosmetics. A division of Markwins North America, wet n wild® fuses high-performance formulations with the hottest color palettes to offer women a full range of department store quality cosmetics at an unbeatable value. wet n wild® cosmetics are available in Wal-Mart, K-Mart, Rite Aid, CVS, Walgreens, Albertsons, Brooks, Longs, Duane Reade, Meijer, Fred Meyer, as well as other drug, mass and food markets nationwide.