Get Rihanna’s gorgeous Met Gala look!

Rihanna attended the 2014 Met Gala last night in a gorgeous 2-piece gown by Stella McCartney.

The singer had her makeup done by celebrity makeup artist Mylah Morales.

“I wanted to give her a clean glowy face to match the clean lines of her dress. I prepped her skin with vbeauté Buying Time® everyday crème nourishing moisturizer all over her face. I then used vbeauté Undercover Agent®, an anti-wrinkle protecting serum that binds moisture to your skin to minimize redness and reduces fine lines and wrinkles. This gave me the perfect smooth palette to work with.

I focused on a strong brow by creating a different shape, drew it straighter than normally. I used a dark brow pencil to fill it in and finished it off with a brow crème to look it in place. Concealer foundation then powder to make her skin more flawless than it already is. To contour her face, I used a dark bronzer to contour and highlighter in her cheek area both by M.A.C. Cosmetics. I lined her eyes with the M.A.C. Pro Longwear Eye Liner in Definedly Black. For her eye lids, I used a taupe colored shadow all across pulling it out with the shape of her brow. Her look is finished with a splash of color by using a lilac colored lip lined with a pencil.”

Morales used the following products for Rihanna’s red carpet look:

Face vbeauté Buying Time®
vbeauté Undercover Agent®

Please link all vbeauté products to www.vbeaute.com


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Emma Stone is pretty in pink at last night’s Met Gala!

The gorgeous, the lovely, the beautiful Emma Stone was pretty in pink at last night’s Met Gala!

To achieve Emma’s neutral eye, blend a combination of Mary Kay Cream Eye Color in Metallic Taupe and Mary Kay Cream Eye Color in Iced Cocoa on the eyelids and then lightly smudge the blended color below the lower lash line to create a subtle smoky effect.

Apply one coat of Mary Kay Lash, Love, Lengthening Mascara in I <3 Black.

Contour with Mary Kay Mineral Bronzing Powder in Desert Sun and then dab Mary Kay Mineral Cheek Color in Sparkling Cider on the apples of the cheeks for a subtle sun kissed glow.

Line the lips with Mary Kay Lip Liner in Neutral and then apply Mary Kay True Dimensions Lipstick in Pink Cherie. Add Mary Kay NouriShine Plus Lip Gloss in Pink Parfait in the very center of the lips to create a touch of shine!


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Recreate Selena Gomez’s beautiful Met Gala look!

Best Dramatic Beauty goes to Selena Gomez! Here are some tips for recreating her beautiful look with Mary Kay!

Sweep Mary Kay Mineral Eye Color in Shimmering Lilac over the eyelids and then lightly dab Mary Kay Mineral Eye Color in Sparkling White below the brow bone and the inner corners of the eyes for a subtle highlight.

With Mary Kay Gel Eyeliner in Jet Black, carefully define the upper eyelid and then create a small wing to the outer corner of the eye for a subtle cat eye effect.

For long, dramatic lashes, apply two coats of Mary Kay Lash, Love, Lengthening Mascara in I <3 Black.
Lightly contour with Mary Kay Bronzing Powder to add a touch of color to the face.

For Selena’s deep purple pout, line the lips with Mary Kay Lip Liner in Plum and then fill in the lips with Mary Kay True Dimensions Lipstick in Berry a la Mode.
Set the look with Mary Kay Makeup Finishing Spray by Skindinävia to keep the look fresh for up to 16 hours!


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Elizabeth Olsen stuns at the NYC Met Gala!

Dove celebrity hair stylist Mark Townsend styled the Olsen sisters (Mary-Kate, Ashley AND Elizabeth!) for Fashion’s biggest night — the 2014 Met Ball.

For Elizabeth’s first trip to the Met Gala, Mark wanted to keep her hair really fresh and sophisticated but with a bit of edge to it.

Mark’s Quick & Easy Step-by-Step Style:

1. We were working on her press junket for Godzilla during the day, so her hair already had lots of texture. To play that up, I used a double-barrel iron to create an uneven bend throughout.
2. Mark then sprayed Dove Oxygen Moisture Root Lift Spray at her roots to give it that added volume and blow dry with your fingers.
3. In order to pull it up, Mark created three large sections from the top, sides and bottom. He pulled the bottom piece into a pony at the nape of the neck, then he took the two sides, pulled them straight back, and secured them with two bobby pins, letting the ends hang over the ponytail.
4. Next, Mark pulled the top section back and pinned it to the same hair from the sides at the back of the head. The result is a modern take of half-up, half-down hair!

Fun Hair Fact:
For an added touch of glamour, Mark sewed a Cartier pin into the hair using only bobby pins as a base.


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