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Alice and Oliva embraced the gritty side of the ’70s movement, enlisting Sarah Lucero for Stila to create a look that embodied a mysterious gypsy with a mischievous side.IMG_4027These are not the whimsical bohemian girls you see elsewhere, these are the gals who look like they could pickpocket you–but in a glamorous way–with onyx smokey eyes and larger-than-life lashes. The collection was a return to the era of rock ‘n’ roll and empowered women, and the thick cat eye and heavy lid played along well with the late ’70s bell bottoms and power suits.IMG_4016Inspired by a graphite charcoal art piece, Lucero went for a new take on the smokey eye. To achieve a worn-in look, black Smudge Pots were used along with lots of HUGE Extreme Last Mascara, the application of which, was describes as Lucero as: “Go big or go home.”IMG_4030Faces were left fresh with a touch of color to keep emphasis on the eyes. Aqua Glow Serum foundation and concealer were applied and blended with Beauty Blender Original and Micro Mini sponges before swashes of Convertible Color Palettes in Sunrise and Sunset and Stay All Day Bronzer were applied. Lips were left equally as simple, with just a layer of Kaleidoscope Lip Glaze for a soft pink shine.IMG_4035

Photos by Kent Worthington

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NARS artist James Kaliardos left it all up to the lip when making a statement Tuesday at the Rodarte showcase.

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Working with Tibi’s gender fluid soldier vibe, Bobbi Brown’s Cassandra Garcia worked to create the most basic of beauty looks, steering away from femininity and towards natural neutrals. 

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Bringing the cat eye off the street and back onto the runway, butter London’s Global Color Ambassador Katie Jane Hughes created a graphic eye and flushed lip and cheek to pair with a frosty nail, paying homage to Nicole Miller’s Icelandic theme.

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The holidays are suddenly around the corner—and so is the winter weather that can be murder on sensitive skin and lips. M·A·C Director of Makeup Artistry Gregory Arlt breaks down what he loves most about the brand’s new line of Mini Patentpolish Lip Kits.

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“The holidays are all about dressing up with little bursts of color, and your makeup shouldn’t be any different. The new M∙A∙C Cosmetics Irresistibly Charming Mini Patentpolish Lip Pencil Kits are the perfect gift for a friend (and yourself!) this season. What I love about these products are not only their handbag-friendly size and color choices, but also their hydrating qualities in the unforgiving winter chill that can leave lips looking dry. There’s a beautiful see-through quality about the lip kits that creates a perfect stain on the lips.

The Mini Patentpolish Lip Kits can be used to create so many different looks! If you want to rock a smoky eye and a softer mouth, try using Lip Pencil in Spice all over your lips with Patentpolish Lip Pencil in Revved Up or Innocent in the center for an extra pop. Or, if you would like to go a little more retro-chic, create a cat eye and a softer red lip using Patentpolish Lip Pencil in Fearless with Crème Anglaise from the Irresistibly Charming Mini Lip Gloss Kit (Pink) over it.

The Lip Kits also work well with many different skin tones. For deeper skin tones, I love a wash of gold shadow over the lids (try Eyeshadow in Amber Lights) and a deep, berry lip using Lip Pencil in Burgundy and Patentpolish Lip Pencil in Sultana over it.

Adding to the versatility of the Mini Patentpolish Lip Kits, try a more natural, everyday look by filling in your lips with Lip Pencil in Whirl and using Patentpolish Lip Pencil in Mojo Maker (only available as part of the new lip kit) on top.

For a day when you’re feeling a little more girly and flirty, try using Lip Pencil in Rosy Rim and topping it with Patentpolish Lip Pencil in Pleasant—super cute!”

Follow Gregory on Twitter for all of his favorite beauty picks and how-tos.

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