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“Dewy Dumpling” Makeup Artist Nam Vo’s Pillars of Skin Care

Photo-Illustration: The Cut; Photos: Retailers, Portrait courtesy of Nam Vo

On the Beauty Group, a Facebook community co-founded by the Cut and the Strategist, people chat all day long about the products they love — the ones so good they’ll make you hit that little “auto-refill” box at checkout. Below, we asked one of our favorite beauty pros to share her own selections.

Nam Vo calls herself the “queen of glow jobs.” She’s known as the makeup artist behind the “Dewy Dumpling” look, a technique that creates radiant and glowing skin, complete with ultrahighlighted cheekbones that could rival even the most reflective dolphin skin. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Kylie Jenner, Michelle Phan, and Chrissy Teigen have all become #DewyDumplings over the past few years.

But although her signature look is all about makeup, Vo says it’s worth investing in your skin care

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Kylie Jenner Responds to GoFundMe Backlash Over Makeup Artist

Kylie Jenner Gets Hate for Asking for Donations to Friend’s GoFundMe
Kylie Jenner. Matt Baron/Shutterstock

Drama! Kylie Jenner has responded to the backlash she received after asking fans to donate money to a makeup artist’s GoFundMe page, who many believed was a close friend of the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star. 

For context, Samuel Rauda, who has worked with Bebe Rexa, Bella Thorne and Erika Jayne, was injured in a car accident accident on March 14. As a result, he’s raked up quite a bit of medical expenses, with his GoFundMe page setting a goal of $120,000.

Jenner took to her Instagram Stories on March 18 to ask her followers to donate and many fans quickly shared their disapproval with the 23-year-old billionare, calling out that the Kylie Cosmetics founder not only has the funds to pay off the GoFundMe entirely herself, but should pay off the bill if Rauda is a “friend.”

 After receiving such

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Daughters of scam artist on growing up on the run

Dana Lawrence, a career con woman whose scams included posing as an heir to a cosmetics dynasty and an employee of a top Hollywood filmmaker, duped friends, lovers and acquaintances out of hundreds of thousands of dollars. Then FBI Special Agent Mark Hastbacka got the case. Hastbacka reveals his quest to outsmart the mysterious grifter in “‘The FBI Declassified’: The Swindling Seductress” airing Tuesday, October 27 at 10/9c on CBS.

For sisters Kennedy Lawrence and Avery Little, childhood was anything but normal. “I remember just always on being on the move,” said Kennedy. “What my mom would say was we were running from the bad guy,” added Avery.

For years, says the FBI, Kennedy and Avery crisscrossed the country with their mother, Dana Lawrence, never staying in one place long enough to lay down roots and do typical “kid” things: make long-lasting friendships, have sleepovers, join the

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