Makeup

Bobbi Brown Is Launching a Makeup Line of Her Own

Bobbi Brown is ready for round two.

Four years after departing Bobbi Brown Cosmetics, the makeup artist-turned entrepreneur’s self-named brand — which under ownership by the Estée Lauder Cos. Inc. grew to more than $1 billion in retail sales –— Brown is ready to launch another one.

Jones Road, a tightly edited line of makeup staples made with clean ingredients and designed for all ages, skin types and tones, makes its debut today on jonesroadbeauty.com.

The collection is reflective of a new non-corporate era in Brown’s professional life and the fundamental changes she’s noticed in the way women now want to wear makeup.

While the timing of the collection is certainly serendipitous — sources say her non-compete clause with Lauder ends today — the road back to makeup was meandering, according to Brown. The line comes after a busy four years, during which she got her nutritionist certification

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‘Terrified’ Kylie Jenner Gets Her Makeup Done by Mom Kris: Watch

Nerves, giggles and bronzer mishaps! Kylie Jenner let her mom, Kris Jenner, apply her makeup for a video for her YouTube channel, posted on Monday.

“My mommy is here today to do my makeup,” Kylie says as Kris enthusiastically waves her hands around, ready to get to work.

However, from the get-go, Kylie admits she’s nervous. “It’s not that you aren’t good at makeup, you’re just not my vibe,” she explains.

Kris then announces she plans to bring back the eighties with her approach.

“What does that mean?” Kylie asks, appearing shocked. “I’m terrified. And, I have to go somewhere after this. I am so terrified.”

Kylie again declares she’s terrified while calling her makeup artist, Ariel Tejada, to show her who’s doing her makeup.

Kris, 64, applies foundation, concealer and bronzer, using some products from the Kylie Cosmetics range.

Throughout the video, Kylie unsuccessfully tries to keep

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Make Your Beauty Routine More Effective With This One Simple Challenge

As a beauty editor, I’ve tried some pretty extreme self-care practices in the name of serviceable journalism (“We Tried [insert unheard-of beauty treatment here], So You Don’t Have To”). So, when Crabtree & Evelyn recently tasked me with approaching self-care through a simpler lens — one that only required a mere shift in my perspective — I was intrigued. The challenge? Channel each of the five senses — sight, smell, hearing, taste, and touch — with my self-care practices throughout the week to see how it affected my overall mood and if it breathed any new life into my regular routine. Would paying more attention to the feel of each skin-care product I used change my application of it? Would being more intentional about the scents I sought out help me better de-stress? Equipped with a fresh mindset

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The Woman Behind TikTok’s Favorite Cartoon Makeup Transformations

Chances are pretty high that you’ve seen self-taught makeup artist Annie Thomas while scrolling through your “For You” page on TikTok. Since the beginning of last year, Thomas has accumulated over a million followers for her ability to make beloved cartoon characters — from Shrek to Miss Piggy to Edna Mode — come to life through makeup.

Thomas’s rise to fame began with a cosplay look that went viral. “I originally started my Instagram to practice special effects makeup [after] being inspired by FaceOff on SYFY, but I randomly decided to do a cosplay of the character Cynthia from Rugrats,” Thomas tells Allure. “That post tripled my following at the time, so I switched my focus to mainly cartoons and cosplays.” It helped that mega-popular YouTube makeup artist Nikkie de Jager shared Thomas’s page on Snapchat. Since then, Thomas has posted hundreds of cartoon-inspired looks across social media,

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Revlon Drops ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Makeup Collection: Details

<span class="caption">Revlon’s Wonder Woman 1984 makeup collection.</span> <span class="credit">Raymond Meier</span>
Revlon’s Wonder Woman 1984 makeup collection. Raymond Meier

Calling all Wonder Woman fans! Revlon is celebrating the upcoming sequel, Wonder Woman 1984, with a fabulous new makeup collection.

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On Monday, July 13, the Revlon announced its latest drop: an 8-piece limited-edition lineup filled with everything from lippies to eyeshadow to eyeliner, all featuring the infamous Wonder Woman logo. There will also be some cult favorites seen sporting the new, fun packaging.

But that’s not all! Thanks to the affordable price point, everyone can get in on the fun! In fact, nothing in the collection costs more than $15.

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“Unleash the power of makeup NEW #RevlonxWW84, a collection packed with bold pigment and fierce finishes to create any look you

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The Woman Behind 70,000 Makeup Swatches

Here’s the lowdown on how to subscribe to Allure’s print edition for more beauty routines, recommendations, and features.

Integrity, honesty, and a nearly scientific attention to detail. These aren’t words that apply well to every influencer, but they swatch beautifully on Christine Mielke, the owner and founder of Temptalia.com. Established in 2006 as a repository for Mielke’s then-burgeoning enthusiasm for makeup, the blog now receives 850,000 unique visitors a month and serves as a resource for beauty enthusiasts looking to find dupes, get the right foundation shade, or decide whether the latest launch is worth their coins. Temptalia has come a long way from its humble beginnings.

“It started just really as a repository for makeup looks and my initial thoughts and impressions on the products I was buying at the time,” says Mielke of Temptalia’s early days. Then a student at UC Irvine, the MAC counter had

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