Grammy award-winning rapper, singer and songwriter, Cardi B wore HipDot x Spongebob's Bikini Bottom Eyeshadow Palette earlier this month. Celebrity makeup artist Erika La Pearl used gold and purple tones from the palette to compliment the rapper's Chanel jumpsuit.
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It takes a lot of work (and good genes) to look like Atlanta socialite Lori Harvey. Even though she has flawless skin and natural good hair, she doesn't wake up looking this hawt.
Lori is on everyone's radar because she is reportedly engaged to music mogul Sean "Puffy" Combs, 49.
So how does Lori maintain her flawless skin and beautiful edges? I found an old post that detailed Lori's comprehensive skincare and beauty regimen. Every item in Lori's personal makeup kit is listed below. The prices are next to each item for your convenience.
Look at what this 22-year-old subjects herself to every day just to look great for her man.
Mila Moursi Cleasing Foam ($70), Kiehl's Epidermal Re-Texturizing Micro-Dermabrasion ($41), Mila Moursi pH Balancing Toner ($85), Charlotte Tilbury Magic Eye Rescue Cream ($60) for night time use, and Mila Moursi Triple Action Eye Contour Cream ($125) in the morning, Charlotte Tilbury Magic Cream Moisturizer ($100), Mario Badescu Seaweed Night Cream ($22), Mario Badescu Rosewater Facial Spray ($7), and Kiehl's Ultra Facial Moisturizer Sunscreen ($21).
Charlotte Tilbury Wonderglow ($55) as a primer, Kevyn Aucoin The Etherealist Foundation ($58), Nars Radiant Creamy Concealer ($30), Laura Mercier Blush ($26), TooFaced Better Than Sex Mascara ($23), Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Gel ($22), and Pat McGrath Mattetrance Lipsticks ($38).
Tresemmé Touchable Softness Shampoo ($7) and Conditioner ($7), Ouai Rose Hair Oil ($32), and if I'm wearing my hair curly, I love Design Essentials Coconut and Monoi Curl Enhancing Dual Hydration Milk ($11) and their Coconut Water Curl Refresher ($13).
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Sephora is answering a need in the transgender community by teaching them step-by-step methods for proper skincare and makeup application.
When you look at Kim Kardashian's flawless skin, you probably think she pays thousands of dollars for exotic skincare products. But according to Kim, the key to her glowing, healthy skin is a beauty secret that was passed down to her by her grandmother, MJ.
Tammy Rivera Malphurs is the latest celebrity to join the all-natural hair and skin club! In addition to not wearing hair weave or false lashes, Tammy almost always goes makeup-free when she leaves the house. I've seen her out & about at the mall, and she is always all-natural!
Music legend Chaka Khan is best known for her timely hit songs such as "Tell Me Something Good" (1975) and "I'm every Woman" (1978), but she is concerned about today's women's obsession with Trans Glam makeup.
At 64, Chaka is wary of today's makeup artists -- mostly feminine men who are heavy handed with their makeup brushes, so she chooses to apply her own makeup these days.
Rihanna expanded her investment portfolio by launching her own line of beauty products called Fenty Beauty by Rihanna in collaboration with Sephora.
The Bajan singer's cosmetics collection went live at midnight on September 8, online and in Sephora stores.
Former America's Next Top Model judge Tyra Banks launched a new skincare line to take advantage of the makeup-free movement.
Tyra's new skincare line, which launched this week, includes a cleanser, serum, peel mask, and a wireless dermabrasion brush.
Makeup maven Bobby Brown is tired of some celebrities abusing clown makeup contouring -- and she says it has to stop. Some artists wear so much contouring makeup that it looks like they underwent extensive plastic surgery.
"When I see contouring on people’s faces, it looks like dirt,” Brown tells The NY Post. “As a beauty expert, I believe in individual beauty, and it’s just not my aesthetic. We don’t need to be contouring like the Kardashians.”
Nail cuticle tattoos are catching on as the new Spring/Summer trend. The eye catching temporary tattoos are applied below the cuticles by simply adding water.
Don't you hate it when highly favored LSLH women pretend that their good hair isn't one of the benefits of their biracial heritage?
Let's face it, nappy hair is called nappy for a reason. It takes a good deal of effort (and strong chemicals) to tame our tight African curls.
For women like Tamera Mowry and her twin sister, Tia, half the battle is won because they inherited their soft, easy to manage curls from their white ancestors.
On her blog, Tamera suggests that everyone (even those of us with tight, hard to manage curls) can achieve her soft bouncy curls by simply drying our hair with a cotton tee instead of a towel which causes split ends.