Love a great holiday beauty tutorial (and tis the season!) - here, Lisa Eldridge interprets the new Éclats du Soir de CHANEL Holiday Makeup Collection to create a lovely seasonal look!
Dare to rock a statement stare (Joey Maalouf shows you how!) a la Dries van Noten, 3.1 Phillip Lim & Prabal Gurung
Well, NYFW is over and despite the nonstop whirlwind, we have to admit…we’re not quite ready to let it go! If you missed any of our fab fashion week stories, it’s not too late to play catch-up! Check some of our fave features & refer back whenever you’re feeling nostalgic for the chicest week of the year!
Behind The Scenes: Prepping My Spring 2013 Show with Rachel Zoe
Queen Bee: Q&A With Anna Dello Russo
Model Must-Haves: Off-Duty Beauty Essentials
Party Prep: A High Pony + Colorful Smoky Eye By Joey Maalouf
Designer Disclose: 6 CFDA Designers Dish What They Love Most About NYFW
Street Style: 6 It-Accessories At NYFW
Backstage Beauty: Q&A With Revlon Global Artistic Director, Gucci Westman
Curtain Close: What NYFW Insiders Couldn’t Have Survived Without
Fall Finish: 6 Runway-Ready Polishes
Day-To-Night Beauty Look For NYFW: 9 Glamorous Gets
Check it out, beauty buffs—Joey Maalouf is at it again with an exclusive spring makeup tutorial just for TZR readers! With wedding season looming, we’ve got all the proper ingredients to nail an effortless, seasonally-appropriate look that will turn you into one gorgeous guest. We’re not endorsing the notion that your beautiful visage might show up the bride’s, but it’s a definite possibility if you follow these steps…
To achieve beautiful vibrant, supple skin apply Omorovicza foundation all over the face and neck, with a touch under the eye. This product is amazing especially if you’re attending a destination wedding! It’s an all inclusive beauty product: moisturizer, sunscreen, foundation, concealer and anti-aging cream all wrapped into ONE!
For a soft flush on the cheeks, swirl the gorgeous YSL blush just to the apples. I like to directly apply a touch of bronzer just to the contour of the cheek and dust onto the nose. I’m in love with this multi-colored powder by Guerlain—it gives a smooth finish and you look naturally radiant.
To punch the radiance up a few notches, use the Stila illuminator on the bridge of the nose and the tops of your cheeks (and don’t be afraid to fade it in to your under eye)! I also love to apply it to the top lip to give the effect of an internal glow.
Nothing says ‘spring wedding’ like beautiful pastel eyeshadows, and this Dior palette works for any skin tone. Depending on your dress you can mix and match the shades to best suit your look. I recommend applying the pastel green all over the eyelid, blending the pink into the crease and finishing off with the yellow in the inside corner. After that, a few coats of chocolate brown mascara make for a gorgeous, soft spring look.
These Bobby Brown lip shades are so perfect for a wedding day—they’re subtle with just the perfect amount to punch and shine your pout! They go with pretty much any look, they come in the most romantic shades you can’t just pick one.
To finish off your entire look: apply a fun nail color and throw your hair into hot rollers for a voluminous mane. Set your locks, and then to top it off—smell delicious with a touch of Jo Malone in Plum Blossom. Voila! Wedding guest perfection.
(Backstage runway looks from DVF, Balmain & Louis Vuitton)
We asked our resident beauty guru, Joey Maalouf, how to use today’s Zoe Beautiful feature, Laura Mercier’s Belle Nouveau Mascara, for a look inspired by Stella McCartney’s Fall/Winter 2012 runway—check his tips below!
This spring its all about making an eye-catching statement and what better way to do it then with colored mascara? I’m obsessed with matching two coats of blackest black mascara on the top lashes and one heavy coat of bright blue on the bottom. It’s subtle enough to not be overbearing but bold enough to have people double taking. So maj!
We’re suckers for good nail art…and all things polish-related in general (have you seen our obsession with Mani Mondays?!) Check this fun Ginger + Liz tutorial video, and don’t be surprised if you spend the next hour recreating the intricate lacquer designs on your fingertips!
Intrigued by the Kevin Murphy Color.Bug? Us too! Learn more about how to properly apply the hotly-hued product, and get ready to rock some rainbow brite strands to your next music festival and beyond!
We asked our resident beauty guru, Joey Maalouf, how to use today’s Zoe Beautiful feature, the Vincent Longo Trio, three different ways—we heart versatility! Take a look at his expert tips below.
Look 1- Quick and Cool: Wet an eyeliner brush and use any color separately as eyeliner for a soft cat-eye effect.
Look 2- Eye-catching Evening: Mix two colors together using a puff shadow brush, cover your entire eyelid and smoke out the bottom. Use the darkest color on the corner of the lid and blend into the crease.
Look 3- Dramatic Effect: Take the brightest color and cover your eyelids from lash line to brow. Take the lightest color and dot the middle of your lid with your index finger and slightly rub it in.