New Zealand model and CR girl Georgia Fowler is now the face of Colette Jewelry. The brand has tapped the two-time Victoria's Secret runway star for an Instagram campaign, wearing pieces from Colette's holiday collection.
“I first discovered Georgia on Instagram, where I followed her travels around the world and was instantly drawn to her ‘joie de vivre,’ warmth, and cool sense of style,” said designer Colette Steckel in a statement. “A serendipitous run-in in Paris last season sealed the deal for both of us; it was meant to be.”
Since launching her namesake collection in 1995, Steckel has designed jewelry inspired by her French-Mexican heritage. Her pieces have since been spotted on the likes of Rihanna, Adriana Lima, and Madonna.
Highlighting shouldn’t feel like a game of risk, and yet if you’ve ever dabbed on a seemingly innocuous formula only to be left with a white streak of glitter, then you already know how annoyingly difficult the game can be. That is, until now.
Because the best highlighters should be the ones you don’t even know are there—the ones that leave your skin looking naturally dewy, glowy, and luminescent, rather than shimmery and glittery. Seem like a tall order? Not for these five tested-and-approved highlighters, below, which are guaranteed to give you that ever-elusive, super-soft highlight, no games involved.
WET ‘N WILD MEGAGLO HIGHLIGHTING POWDER
CR star and reality-turned-beauty mogul Kim Kardashian West is no stranger to the strength of social media. Who could forget the now-infamous Taylor Swift Snapchat takedown? Or that time she made Carine a salad worth one million followers?
Today, the three-word force of nature took to nowhere else but Instagram to drop an all-nude clue to what very well might be the next collection of Yeezy.
Kim Kardashian West(@kimkardashian)님의 공유 게시물님, 2017 11월 29 오전 10:34 PST
Model Lais Ribeiro had her hair painted molten gold for a Harper's Bazaar photoshoot—and it was absolutely stunning. The look was modeled after hair from angel statues in Paris, and was created exclusively by DOCUMENTBEAUTY. Take a look above at how to create the gorgeous hairstyle yourself.
Model: Lais Riberio; DOCUMENTBEAUTY Editors-In-Chief & Beauty Directors: Kayla MiChele & Christine Cherbonnier; Contributing Video Editor: Luis Marciliano; Original Music: Timo Ellis; Deputy Beauty Director: Anne-Marie Guarnieri; Style Director: Joanna Hillman; Senior Photo Editor: Lauren Hechel; Assistant Photo Editor: Ignacio Murillo; Photographer: Kenneth Willardt; Hair: Kayla MiChele; Makeup: Erin Parsons; Hair Assistant: Sonny Molina; Makeup Assistant: Christian Briceno; Manicurist: Sunshine Outing; Location: Milk Studios.
From Harper's BAZAAR
When it comes to beauty, Amber Rose is a practical — just take her signature, no-maintenance buzzed head. She also always keeps it real, like that time she advocated against the Tampon Tax or made a statement about embracing a natural bush.
Given the star’s chill-AF attitude, it should come as no surprise that Rose also has a shockingly affordable alternative to an ultra-pricey moisturizing cream that many fancy celebs keep in rotation. We’re talking about the fabled Crème de la Mer, which retails at a cool $170 an ounce. But as Rose told Us Weekly, she has discovered a solid dupe for the stuff that clocks in at just over 50 cents an ounce: Nivea Moisturizing Crème.