Get the Look: Emmanuelle Chriqui’s Hollywood Night Out.

EMMANUELLE CHRIQUI’S HOLLYWOOD NIGHT OUT

Get the Look with Makeup Artist Sarah Uslan

Rushing may have been the theme of the day, but Emmanuelle Chriqui’s soft red lips and natural eyes show anything but haste. The Entourage star looked flawless at the 2nd Annual Hollywood Rush event held last Sunday, February 19 – all thanks to celebrity makeup artist Sarah Uslan of the Serge Normant at John Frieda Salon in LA.

Sarah offers up her step-by-step for creating Emmanuelle’s flawless finish here!

It’s In the Eyes: “I started with Bobbi Brown Brown Metal Metallic Long-Wear Cream Shadow and swiped a soft amount over the lid,” says Sarah. “Blending out the edges with my ring finger.” Follow with Bobbi Brown Really Black Ink Gel eyeliner paired with Dolce & Gabanna’s angled eyeliner brush to create a defined kitten eye. Start with a light amount of liner as close to the lash line as possible, then from the outside corner begin to build a thicker line while making sure that the angle faces up and out to achieve your cat-like look.

Glowing Skin: Using Armani Luminous Silk Foundation with a foundation brush, start from the forehead and work down the middle of the face and then out to the jaw-line. Always be sure to blend the seam of the neck and the jaw. Then take Bobbi Brown Bronzer in Golden Light and dust over cheek bones and forehead to contour. Illamasqua Blush in Chased brushed to the apples of the cheeks with Dolce & Gabanna’s blush brush will give that perfect complimentary soft pink cheek you need when doing a red lip.

The Lips: “The perfect red for Emmanuelle was Dolce & Gabanna Lip Color in Scarlet which I traced over her lip with a lip brush and then patted on with the actual lipstick for more pigment.”

The Finish: Dust Dmk Powder in Dark Translucent over T-zone to cut any shine. Use Laura Mercier’s Brunette Brow Pencil to add definition to the brows. The final steps in completing this classic, clean and pretty look.

About Sarah Uslan 

Hello magazine referred to celebrity makeup artist, Sarah Uslan as the “makeup artist with the Midas touch.” Personally trained by Bobbi Brown, Sarah got her start when she met the world renowned artist and entrepreneur in their common hometown of Montclair, New Jersey. From Mercedes Benz-Fashion Week in New York, to QVC and the Today Show, Sarah learned fast and furiously what it meant to be a highly sought-after makeup artist. Crossing over to the other coast has not only opened the doors to an entirely new realm of makeup artistry, but the birth of a lifelong dream to start a business doing what she loves most…makeup of course. Her celebrity clients include Rose McGowan, Denise Richards and Emmanuelle Chriqui. For more information visit www.luxebeautyteam.com.


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Kate Walsh poses nude on the new cover of Shape Magazine!

Kate Walsh looks absolutely gorgeous in her birthday suit! She may be 44-years-old, but she certainly doesn’t look it!

The ‘Private Practice’ actress covers the March issue of Shape magazine.

“Right now, I feel really healthy, confident, and sexy,” she said about her decision to pose nude for the cover. “I’m enjoying my 40s and wanted to share that. Is it a mid-life crisis? I do drive a Porsche, so maybe it is!”

Although she plays a doctor on TV and finds herself working with faux plastic surgeons on the small screen, don’t think Walsh is ready to go under the knife in reality any time soon.

“Everyone has her line in the sand. I draw mine at facials and laser treatments,” she said. “But if others want to go a step further, it’s their call.”

Plastic surgery may not be her thing, but creating fragrances is definitely something Walsh has taken an interest in. She introduced the follow up to her “Boyfriend” scent — “Billionaire Boyfriend” — in January.

I’ve smelled her fragrance ‘Boyfriend’ and I’m not a fan. I totally hate the name of her new fragrance, ‘Billionaire Boyfriend’, it seems so…. what’s the word….Walmart? It sounds like the name of a fragrance you can buy at 7-11.

PS: She always has the most gorgeous skin. I must find what she uses on it!

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Fall in Love with The New Estée Lauder Mad Men Collection.

So excited for this new line, I am a huge fan of Mad Men and think this new collection is beautiful. Love the colors and the retro styling of the packaging. 

The Estee Lauder Mad Men Collection is a new limited edition makeup collection inspired by the award winning drama, Mad Men. Estee Lauder partners with Mad Men and will introduce two new limited edition makeup collections that will debut in March just in time for the Season Five premiere. The second makeup collection will coincide with the 2013 Season Six premiere.

The NEW collection features two classic makeup items inspired by the look of the women featured in Mad Men’s ® 1960’s New York City setting. Bold, red lips and creamy, rouged cheeks define this iconic moment in time:

- Estée Lauder Mad Men® Collection Lipstick in Cherry features a cream satin finish and continual moisture delivered to lips for smooth, rich color.

Estée Lauder Mad Men® Collection Creme Rouge in Evening Rose is an easily blendable and buildable formula that highlights cheeks with a dewy, smooth and natural finish.

 – Estée Lauder Mad Men® Collection Lipstick and Estée Lauder Mad Men® Collection Creme Rouge are packaged in a fluted golden case placed in a leather-like gold pouch, and the outer cartons are a custom design inspired by the Estée Lauder packaging from the 1960’s.

Available for a limited time beginning March 2012 exclusively at Bloomingdale’s stores nationwide, www.bloomingdales.com and www.esteelauder.com.

Estée Lauder Mad Men® Collection Lipstick in Cherry, $25.00

Estée Lauder Mad Men® Collection Creme Rouge in Evening Rose, $40.00


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Nicki Minaj goes blue for Vogue!

Nicki Minaj goes blue for Steven Klein in a new picture that appeared in this month’s Vogue.

There’s no real reason for why she’s Smurf-blue, but hey, it’s Nicki – she doesn’t need to explain herself, right?

She tells Vogue that when she was in high school in Queens, she wasn’t into fashion until a chance encounter:

“I was dressing in Tommy Hilfiger baggy shirts and Boss jeans, but then I met a person who dressed like a tiny lady—pantsuits, heels, lots of makeup. I thought she was larger than life. She once did my makeup—I had never seen myself made up before. I didn’t want to wash it off; I felt like I had one day to live this fantasy of being a glamour girl.”

On her style, Minaj claims “If I can combine designer things with other things, I’m a happy camper.” Not so with accessories. At one time she was spending $50,000 a month on “Giuseppe, Versace, YSL, and Fendi shoes. And I bought tons of Vuitton bags. When you’re a young girl from Queens, you’re going to stock up on those bags.”

Minaj is adamant that her legacy will not be one of a free-spending, know-nothing celebrity. She’s planning “an enormous foundation to nurture girls. The Nicki Minaj girl is a fun, artsy girl who can become a fierce force to be reckoned with on Wall Street! They hang on my every word, so I tell them, go to school, be ambitious. The worst position is to be financially dependent on the man.” And what of that alternate Nicki, serving her lord and master a martini by the pool? The fuchsia waves shake furiously. “I could never be that girl!”

More at Vogue.com


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