One of the best part of the holidays, is the makeup! These easy, but glamorous looks will be on the top of your wish list. Natural eyes with red lips: The natural look and classy red lips are always a must-have for this holiday season. Your eyes and cheeks should be a neutral tone of color, with a little hint of shimmer. Pack your lips with a bold, red lipstick and you’ll be ready for your day.
Want to be in the fashion industry, but don’t know how? If you love borrowing clothes from top designers, then you’re going to love this! Rent the Runway Representative, Cassie Dulworth, had a chance to talk to me about the program.
Thursday night marked the season two premiere of Project Runway All Stars.
Thirteen designers, who were in previous seasons of Project Runway, gets another chance of competing for the biggest prize ever on the show, which prizes are over $3 million.
The challenge was to make a garment out of a word and the designers were divided into groups of two. Group 1: Andrae Gonzalo, Emilio Sosa, Joshua McKinley, Suede, Laura Kathleen and Peach Carr were Team Bold. Group 2: Althea Harper, Anthony Ryan, Casanova, Ivy Higa, Wendy Pepper, Kayne Gillaspie and Uli Herzner, were Team Confident.
Team Confident was the winning team and Ryan was the winner of the first challenge. His look was the favorites of the judges, Caroline Murphy, Isaac Mizrahi, Georgina Chapman and last season’s winner, Mondo Guerra. Ryan created an outfit for the everyday woman and a nice surprise in the back.
“You know she comes out very clean and modern, then all of a sudden the judges get see the back.” Ryan said. “It’s a little bit of surprise and the unexpected I like to bring.”
Sadly one designer had to go and it was Carr. Hers wasn’t the strongest but the judges thought she needed to be more confident.
“It made you feel sad,” Chapman said. “You knew the intention was good.”
That only leaves 12 remaining designers competing for the ultimate prize, which means more drama on our television screens.
Make sure to tune in every Thursday at 9/8 c exclusively on Lifetime.
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1980s Chica: All you really need is a cute off-the-shoulder sweater, tights or leggings, leg warmers and flats. This is the only time of the year where you can wear pounds of makeup and still get hit on.
Little Red Riding Hood: This could be a really inexpensive look. All you need is a little black dress, a red hood and really cute boots. If you don’t have a red hood, you could probably get something like it at a local cosigner store or wear the black dress.
Greek Goddess: Just use a white sheet, scissors and accessories. Make sure you measure yourself before you cut the sheet and wrap it around your body like a goddess. Add gold accessories and sandals and your ready to go.
Playboy Bunny: If you’re daring enough to wear this costume, and just about anyone could, use a leotard, tights, white gloves, collar/bow and a bunny’s tail to complete the look. Just add red lips and people will mistake you for a real Playboy model.
A: For all you Pretty Little Liars fans, if you’re looking to be warm this year, then this costume will do just that. A black hoodie, black jeans and black shoes, you can add flavor to your costume if you want to but this costume is so easy to pull off. Just don’t send threatening texts to people.
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Uggs: If you’re in a hurry to get to class, these are the type of boots that will be your best friend. They’re warm and comfortable and will easily get you from point A to point B. Just don’t wear them at a job interview; that is a big fashion no, no!
Over the knee: These fashionable beauties are just the right boots if you’re willing to spend over $100. They’re very sophisticated and sassy at the same time. And they never get old!
Riding Boots: These classic but comfortable shoes go with any style. You can wear it with skinny jeans and a cute top or wear it with a dress that has fall’s hottest colors (burgundy is one of them). And you can wear these in the spring/summer, with the right outfit of course.
Ankle Boots: I love ankle boots; you can either dress them up or you can dress them down. They can last you a lifetime and suits every style. It’s relaxed and chic; you can even wear them to class. These boots are a must have in your closet!
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Missed fashion week? No worries, here are my favorite top 2013 spring/summer trends from the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week!
Day 1: BCBG Maxazria: This collection was super chic with a black and white palette and some coral in the mix.
It’s a war against the wives of President Barack Obama and presidential candidate Mitt Romney. For me, it’s a no brainer, and I may sound a little biased about it - not because of my political views - but first lady Michelle Obama beats Ann Romney. Don’t think so? I have proof.
Carrie Mulligan as Daisy Buchanan in the Great Gatsby.
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If you missed the red carpet’s pre-show, I have the fashion scoop you don’t want to miss! Here are my picks of the top 3 best and worst looks from MTV’s Video Music Awards.
1Gold Watch Necklace
I found this gold pocket watch at a local thrift store for $8. Although it no longer holds a watch, I fell in love with the necklace's intricate design and gorgeous golden hue.
Most college students travel west to Cali or south to Florida for spring break, but I decided to take on the Big Apple.
The first date can be nerve racking. Will the other person think you’re attractive? Will he or she think you’re interesting? What are you going to talk about? And the obvious question: WHAT AM I GOING TO WEAR? Well calm down and breathe because I am here to help!
The metallic trend hasn't died yet, and singer Jessie J went all out with this killer Julien Macdonald fishtail dress.
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