We had the most amazing night at Tint Seattle School of Makeup and Cosmetology, hosting Diva Poulos, one of the Wella/Sebastians top Stylists. She took five Seattle Talent Models and styled in in such an exciting and sophisticated way. Attended by top Salon owners, Stylists, the Executives of Seattle Talent and Seattle Artists Agency, and catered by Wild Ginger, it was an amazing way to open the most fashion forward and comprehensive Cosmetology and Make Up School in Seattle. If you want to be a Stylist or Make Up Artist, call us at 206.965.0355 to schedule your tour, we are located inside of the Downtown Macy’s Department Store!
The cat’s eye has never gone “out” (and don’t ever let anyone tell you otherwise), but with `50s and `60s-inspired styles on the runway, the classic look is showing up on everyone, everywhere.
To do it yourself: Apply a thin line along the lashes, and then once you hit the edge of your eye, flick upwards towards your eyebrow. Then, fill in. Best news: in terms of eyeline, there’s no such thing as “less is more.”
Natural hair is lighter in the summer and slightly darker during the cold season, which means your dyed tresses could definitely use a bit of a touch up. Experiment with caramel and golden hues if you’re blonde as these will give your, by now probably slightly paler, complexion a fresh glow or opt for natural-looking high and low-lights if you’re a brunette. Now, I know that when it comes to hair care tips for autumn, this one is literally on the border but hey – for a big percentage of women out there dyeing is a part of their hair care routine!
Say sayonara to summer in style with a few new makeup shades to perk up your palette for fall. We’re loving the icy blues, golden shimmer and wine-stained lips taking autumn by storm and we suggest you give some of these trends a try. Think about some fun and flattering shades you can add to your repertoire and rock some new looks in honor of a new season.