VANESSA HUDGENS GET THE LOOK – NEUTROGENA SUCKER PUNCH PREMIERE 3.23.11


Celebrity Make-up Artist Karan Mitchell created the following look for Vanessa Hudgens
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For the Sucker Punch premiere in Hollywood Vanessa Hudgens chose a gorgeous grey Jenny Packham dress with intricate beading. She wanted her make-up to reflect the glamorous style of the late Elizabeth Taylor.

We started the look by refreshing and cleansing the skin with Neutrogena Make-up Remover Cleaning Towelettes.

I began with the eyes by using Neutrogena Healthy Skin Brightening Eye Perfector in Medium as a base for her eye shadow. I chose the lightest shade from the Neutrogena Nourishing Eye Quad – Butter Creme blending from the crease to the brow as a highlight. I then blended the same shade on to the eyelid. I used the soft shell color from the palette in the crease. I then lined along the above lash and inside the eye with the Nourishing Eyeliner in Cosmic Black. I applied individual lashes and then added two coats of Healthy Lengths Mascara in Carbon Black.

For her skin we used Neutrogena Healthy Skin Compact Make-up in Warm Beige. The concealer under the eye was Healthy Skin Brightening Eye Perfector in Medium. To set the foundation I used Healthy Skin Powder in Medium. For her cheeks and her temples and chin, I used the Healthy Skin Custom Glow Blush & Bronzer Duo in Posie Glow for a subtle contour. I then blended the Mineral Sheers Blush in Rare Rose on the apples of her cheeks for a soft flush of color.

For the lips I began with the new Neutrogena Revitalizing Lip Balm in Fresh Plum and finished with MoistureShine Gloss in Wine Wellness.


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Jennifer Aniston’s personal message about her debut fragrance!

Actress Jennifer Aniston has blended her most beloved scent recollections to create her debut fragrance. Favored aromas like night-blooming jasmine, wild violets, and Amazon lily—all redolent of her California upbringing—open the fragrance. Its warm finish of sensual musk, golden amber, and sandalwood is inspired by the smell of wood fires at Jennifer’s friends’ houses on summer evenings. These wonderfully fragrant ingredients are topped off with the freshness of citrus grove and rose water, creating a unique combination. With a nod to an admired architect, she has bottled the eponymous floral scent in a beautiful, fluid shape to represent the organic form of a cresting wave.

($39-$70)


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A guilt-free summer obsession – and it fits in your bag!‏

The countdown to summer is finally winding down and we can barely contain our excitement! But, with the rising temperature and body masses comes unwanted germs, bacteria, and eek – sickness. Shield yourself and your summer fun from the sickies with Jurlique travel size Moisturizing Hand Sanitizer!

The **NEW** Jurlique Moisturizing Hand Sanitizer $6.50 (Available at Sephora and Sephora.com) comes conveniently in a travel friendly size and kills 99.9% of germs naturally without harsh chemicals. Plus, unlike most sanitizers it’s designed with innovative moisturizing technology that leaves skin feeling soft, silky and smooth. So ladies, while you’re picking up your summer makeup essentials, don’t miss the Jurlique travel size Moisturizing Hand Sanitizer eyeing you from the to-go section of Sephora!


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How many women got breast implants last year?

The New York Times has the lowdown on the newest numbers released by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. About 13.1 million cosmetic procedures took place in 2010 — 1.6 million surgeries and 11.6 million “noninvasive” treatments. Ninety-one percent of the patients were women.

So what’s on the rise?

* Breast implants: 296,203, up 2 percent during the last year and 39 percent over the last decade.
* Breast lifts: 90,000, up 9 percent during the last year and 70 percent over the last decade.
* Breast reductions: 82,871, down 2 percent over the last decade, but up 6 percent from the last year.
* Breast implant removal: 21,700, down 47 percent over the last decade, but up 9 percent from the last year.

And on the decline:

* Liposuction: 203,106, down 43 percent over the last decade.
* Nose jobs: 252,261, down 35 percent over the last decade.
* Eyelid surgery: 208,764, down 36 percent over the last decade.
* Face-lifts: 112,955, down 16 percent over the last decade.
* Botox, wrinkle fillers and laser hair removal all gained popularity.

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