This beauty look will go down in history as the renaissance of blue eyeliner. More
I can’t tell if I’m satisfied or disappointed, TBH. More
Sometimes images speak so much louder than words, especially when it comes to domestic violence. More
You can tell a lot about a woman by looking at her favorite mascara. More
This just put the “bomb” in COVERGIRL’s Bombshell Volume mascara.
Miriam Nervo and Olivia Nervo, better known simply as NERVO, More
I’m interested to see how a partnership like this one plays out, specifically with a company that makes makeup. More
In honor of Lifetime’s newest pageant show Kim of Queens, this week’s makeup tutorial is inspired by child beauty pageants. And how awful they are. More
If you’re going to see The Hunger Games: Catching Fire this weekend, you might as well have a fun look to go with it. I don’t even really like the series, but I’m so obsessed with the makeup, I just had to do a tutorial on it. More
Want a foundation that doesn’t cost $55 then lasts for less than 3 months? There are so many amazing brands from the drugstore that you can try (as well as 1 from a pretty unexpected place). Check out our personal reviews and pics to find the best drugstore foundation under $20, starting at just $4! More
We’re wild about dark red lips. More
Love bright, bold eyeliner? Me, too. The only thing that bums me out is when you spend money on something youÂ think will be one gorgeous color, but it turns out to be a completely different shade despite the packaging and (possibly very obscure) name.
So, I decided to swatch a bunch of them on my eyes in order to see which offered the best colors! From deep magentas to iridescent purples to aquamarines, this guide has got you covered — all under $20! More
Do you remember a time when popular movies didn’t spawn beauty collections, fashion lines, or lingerie capsules? The latest movie/beauty tie-in is CoverGirl‘s makeup and nail art collection for the upcoming second installment of the Hunger Games franchise, Catching Fire. We got the campaign’s full looks a few months back, but now we can actually see the pieces themselves.
As someone who has neither read nor seen Hunger Games, we can’t much tell you what any of these things are in reference to–though all the flame motifs seem to make sense.
Ahead, see the polish, the overlays, the mascara and more. More
Guys, I think I’m going to do one of those elegant, glamorous, “this was an excuse to wear fake fur and jewels” costumes this Halloween. I’m gonna be a walking cliche, also known as A 23-Year-Old Gal Wearing A Pseudo-Old Hollywood Costume. More