Lancôme and Lea Michele at the Emmys‏

Who: Lea Michele

Where: 2011 Emmy Awards

Makeup Artist: Melanie Inglessis

Inspiration:
Celebrity makeup artist Melanie Inglessis paired Lea Michele’s red Marchesa with “classic, beautiful makeup.” This translated into defined eyes, luminous skin and super-long lashes. Young, cool and modern was the look for the “Glee” star.

Face:

  • Visionnaire Advanced Skin Corrector
  • Absolue Radiant Smoothing Powder
  • YSL Blush Radiance #1

Eyes:

  • Color Design 5 Pan Palette in Kissed by Gold
  • Artliner in Aubergine
  • Hypnôse Doll Lashes Mascara in So Black!

Lips:

  • L’Absolu Rouge Lipcolor in Coquette

To purchase the items used to create Lea’s Emmy look check out www.lancome-usa.com


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Julie Bowen’s Emmy Dazzling Skin!‏

Last night, Emmy-winner Julie Bowen (Modern Family) dazzled under the bright lights of the Red Carpet. When asked, “Who are you wearing?” the answer was simple: Jergens® Skincare.
Before putting on the dress, the makeup, or the jewelry, Bowen got her skin camera-ready with Jergens® Ultra Healing Extra Dry Skin Moisturizer, creating the perfect foundation for her radiant red carpet look, and proceeded to take the carpet by storm!

Jergens® Ultra Healing® Extra Dry Skin Moisturizer heals dryness at the source for healthier-looking skin, providing moisturizing care that makes a beautiful difference. The fast-absorbing body lotion penetrates through 5 layers of the skin’s surface to lock in moisture, instantly doubling hydration and tripling skin’s moisture content with continued use. By infusing skin with a powerful blend of vitamins C, E and B5, Ultra Healing® Extra Dry Skin Moisturizer deeply nourishes and replenishes. Offering 24-hour relief, the conditioning moisturizer not only heals even the driest skin, but also softens and smoothes, making the difference between dry skin and divine skin.


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Keratin Complex Repair Therapy Intense Rx

Damaged hair can be the biggest headache of all… product after product promising shiny, silky, celebrity-looking locks… and alas, the frizz reappears after you’ve slaved over your hair with dryers, iron, and serums – oh my! Is there an end to the madness? The answer is YES – with Intense RX – The Ionic Keratin Protein Restructuring Serum from Keratin Complex.

Finally the answer to all of our hair woes…this revolutionary product repairs damaged, over processed, highlighted, permed, straightened, or relaxed hair. Infused with 25% pure Keratin Protein, Intense Rx helps the hair to rebuild its tensile strength and elasticity while reducing breakage in only one treatment.

Through electrostatic penetration, Intense Rx clings to existing protein bonds, restructuring and rebuilding extremely damaged and chemically-compromised hair.

I’ve used this product – and out of all the Keratin Complex products I’ve tried – this is hands down my favorite. I use just a teeny amount every morning, and I can tell a difference in my hair – all day long!

You won’t be sorry you tried it! It’s awesome (and smells amazing!)

$41


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JUST IN: ‘Gossip Girl’ becomes a clothing line!

This just in! WB’s smash hit ‘Gossip Girl’ is becoming a clothing line!

Women’s Wear Daily reports that Warner Bros. Consumer Products and Warner Bros. Television Group, the producers of the TV show, are partnering up with Romeo & Juliet Couture to create a Blair and Serena-inspired line.

Although Anna Sui already channeled all four of “GG”‘s female leads with her Target collaboration in 2009, WWD writes that it’s the first time “Gossip Girl” has officially branded itself as a fashion line on such a large scale.

The collection, which will debut by the show’s season five premiere on September 26, will be sold at upscale retailers like Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue with prices ranging from $80 to $200.

The best part of the news, of course, is that the clothes are inspired by Leighton Meester and Blake Lively’s characters and not Taylor Momsen’s.

Little J’s clothes were getting a little scary there towards the end and we all know what Momsen looks like these days. Those clothes (and, God forbid, a makeup line) would be none too appealing.

I love how they threw in there that the clothing line would NOT be inspired by Taylor Momsen’s look. Haha! I think I love the clothes on the show more than I actually like the show itself. I just like looking at pictures of what they’re wearing. :)

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