Fall 2015 Hair Trend: All About Accessories
Fall Nail Polish Tips!
Ditch the Pastel Polish
Fall is a great time to take a look at your nail polish collection and see what you are lacking in terms of deep colors. Pack away the cotton candy pinks and pastels and bring forward the burgundy’s, plums or even grab a chocolate brown, which is bold, but easier to wear than black.
Banana is a great natural moisturizer for your skin. The Vitamin A present in banana restores the lost moisture and repairs the damaged, dull and dry skin. To instantly moisturize dry and dull skin, mash a ripe banana and apply it on your face. Avoid contact with eyes. Leave it on your skin for 20-25 minutes and then wash it away with lukewarm water. You will instantly have soft and supple skin.If you have extremely dry and flaky skin, you can also add honey to this face mask.This banana and honey mask also helps in getting rid of skin pigmentation.
Another easy face mask to get moisturized skin is to mash half a ripe banana and mix it with 1 tbsp. yogurt and 1 tsp. Vitamin E oil. Apply it generously on a clean face and wash it away after 30 minutes.
Check out the morning Master Makeup Artists Students workshopping with each other in the Studio today! The Models are our Level 1 Freshmen, and the Artists are in their Level 2 Airbrush Module. Good times and good work everyone!
Here’s a great fall look from New York Fashion Week!
FULL BROWS AND BERRY LIPS
Bold brows can read as masculine, but at Carolina Herrera, makeup artist Diane Kendal went for a less androgynous take: “They’re slightly more arched than they’ve been in other shows, and that makes them more feminine,” she said. Paired with the pinkish-purple stained lips (which Kendal created by swiping on M.A.C. Lipstick in Boysenberry and blotting it away), the overall effect was sophisticated and elegant.