As the rest of the world softly slips into winter, CR turns to Los Angeles, where summer sovereignly inspires year round. Decorated by the California landscape, color theory lends itself to beauty in this make up inspo series lensed by Brian Higbee and Natalie Joos.
MIRANDA WEARS SWEATER JOOSTRICOT ON EYES ESTEE LAUDER DOUBLE WEAR STAY-IN-PLACE EYE PENCIL IN EMERALD VOLT
AUDRE WEARS SWEATERS TOPSHOP ON EYES ESTEE LAUDER PURE COLOR ENVY SCULPTING EYESHADOW 5-COLOR PALETTE IN FIERY SAFFRON SRP
MIRANDA WEARS HOOD THE WAY WE WORE JACKET MAGDA BUTRYM ON EYES MAC COSMETICS CHROMALINE IN HI-DEF CYAN AND EYE SHADOW IN KELLY
Pat McGrath is giving fans something new with her first ever holiday collection. Named #LiquiLUST 007, the limited edition launch is McGrath’s contribution to the liquid matte lip market.
INTRODUCING #LiquiLUST007 ⚡️⚡️⚡️ The revolutionary formulation leaves lips velvet-smooth while delivering the carnally charismatic colour one craves. Delivering one-stroke, high-impact opacity offering seamless blending with a hydrating, ultra matte finish. Available NOVEMBER 2017. SIGN UP NOW AT PATMcGRATH.COM
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The eyes have it for fall 2017—or should we say, the penetrating gaze. As maximalist Jupiter sets sail in seductive Scorpio from October 10, 2017 to November 8, 2018, we have ample reason to dress those windows to the soul. Self-possessed sass is also au courant, as Jupiter sharpens Scorpio's sting which makes us think of Jim Carrey's bon mot, "Behind every great man is a woman rolling her eyes." Whether you're throwing shade or a come-hither glance, here's the look your zodiac sign just has to try.
Okay, we know you’ve already been inundated with too many brow trends this year, from the squiggly wave brow, to barbed wire brows, to dragon brows, and you’ve been a really excellent trooper through it all. But the year is not over, and the hellish onslaught of sexual assault-riddled news is most likely just beginning, which means this new brow look couldn't have come at a better time. Meet spiked brows, an Instagram gem that so clearly displays our inner feelings right now of being a woman in modern society, it's almost laughable.
If this past season is anything to go on, a black liner (or perhaps a wardrobe of them) promises seemingly infinite possibilities for transformation. Whether inky pens were used to paint a razor-sharp wing or smudged kohl simulated suggestively slept-in makeup, the runways demonstrated loads of ideas for wielding your favorite black eyeliner. Behold your new favorite ways to make your mark.
1. UNDER LINE
Not for the faint of heart or tired of eye, a crisp slick of black reserved for the lower lash lines provided an unexpected twist on typical top lined lids.
At Isa Arfen, makeup artist Andrew Gallimore traced lower lids with Nars Black Valley Eye Paintfor a modern take on traditional “Kabuki makeup.”
Nothing goes together quite like a wink and a smile, which is why makeup artists at New York Fashion Week teamed high-octane eyes with barely-there lips, or contrasted loud mouths with lid looks that barely whispered. Here, 7 ways to achieve the perfect beauty balance from backstage.
There's so much more to autumn than burnt siena. Think creamy mocha, spiced mahogany, and the vampiest black cherry you ever did see.
Updating your wardrobe is the easy part. Boots, knits, denim, done. But thanks to eleven innovative shades, updating your go-to makeup look for fall can be just as appealing. This season, think beyond brick and beige.
Givenchy Le Rouge
Sculpt Two-Tone Lipstick in Rose, $38, neimanmarcus.com.
Slip Tease Full Color Lip Oil in Beyond Basic, $6.99, ulta.com.
Anastasia Beverly Hills
Matte Lipstick in Brandy, $18, ulta.com.