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Star Style_ Jennifer lopez

The amazing Jennifer Lopez.
Look at her is 42 and looking better than ever!!!!
I really love her style, hair, make up… Check out Jenny’s best looks… on


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April 5, 2012 · 4:06 pm

Things they don’t show us in the magazines

I was flipping a fashion and beauty magazine this morning, looking for new eye makeup tips , something that might cover the puffiness of my eyes- since i dont get enough sleep- and it hit me that most celebs and models almost don’t sleep at all- How the hell do they still look  so fresh, radiant, fit, simply perfect!!!

Here is the answer 🙂

Even the best make up artists and most expensive products may not hide wrinkles, cellulite, fat area around the belly,

 it may not really tighten your pores, thicken your hair locks, remove your shine without drying your skin…

so, RELAX… it’s all photoshop!

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The Rooney Mara Effect Hits

Vogue: Danilo Transforms
Ana Dragovic

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How to be photo ready…

  Breathe normally and relax your lips and your shoulders. If you hold your breath you might appear as though you’re tense or suffocating.
 Choose solid or neutral colors that complement your skin tone and stay away from horizontal strips big patterns and single tones  
   Keep the shine down especially on a warm day, use a good pressed powder, and make sure your eye make-up is defined and not smudged.
 Point your nose away from the camera and learn which angle flatters your face best  
   Brush your hair into place. Frizzy or loose hairs can appear messy, also try to avoid pony tails.
 Don’t look at the camera; look through it  
 Smile, think happy thoughts 🙂

More useful tips check out Marie calire’s article : How to Pose for Photos 


  • A peachy blush creates a healthy glow when placed high on cheekbones. To break up any semblance of a double chin, use a matte bronzer along the jawline.
  • Dust a light iridescent shimmer just under the eyebrows, on the inside corners of eyes, and along cheekbones for definition.
  • To add shine to hair, mix a silicone-based glossing serum with mousse for styling.
  • Highlights around the hairline should be one shade lighter than your natural color to amp up  shine.


  • Avoid light colors or anything shiny on areas of your body that you want to detract from.


  • To help thin out your face, tilt your head slightly up and forward.
  • If you’re sitting, cross your legs to cut the apparent width of your body in half, then lean slightly forward.
  • In group shots, avoid standing at the end — that person always looks heavier.


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Allure- 8 Simple Makeup Tricks for Flawless Skin


After you moisturize, spread on a light primer with silica, which has a filling effect.
A foundation that’s creamy and moisturizing won’t settle into fine lines and wrinkles,
but use it sparingly—the more you add, the more pronounced lines will look.
We like Revlon Age Defying Cream Makeup.


Choose a liquid foundation with silicone. Avoid luminous or matte ones
(they make the skin appear either too moist or too flat to be natural),
and instead look for the words “lightweight,” “sheer,” or “invisible.”
Some lightweight foundations won’t mask every flaw, though.
Chanel Vitalumière Aqua Ultra-Light Skin Perfecting Makeup does the trick. For extra coverage, you need more pigment, not a heavier texture.
Try M.A.C. Matchmaster Foundation.


To find a foundation that matches your complexion, test the color on your neck. Your skin tone is more uniform there than it is on your face, so you’ll wind up with a shade that’s just right. You’ll also avoid that dreaded demarcation along the jawline.
Make Up For Ever HD Invisible Cover Foundation has a wide range of shades to choose from.


Dab on six dime-size dots of foundation: two on your forehead,
one each on the tip and along the sides of your nose, and the last
on your chin. Using two fingers, spread the color over your forehead, down your nose, across your cheeks, over your chin, and along the
sides of your face.
Always blend down or sideways—never up—to prevent foundation from catching in peach fuzz.


Blend the liquid toward the perimeter of your face. It will get sheerer as you move closer to your hairline and jaw, preventing any harsh lines.


Tap a clean, damp makeup sponge around the nose, over wrinkles,
and anywhere your base is noticeable to remove excess that could crease or emphasize lines. The Beauty Blender‘s pointed end gets
around your nose; its oval base is perfect elsewhere.


• With a fine-tipped brush, dab a solid concealer over blemishes or dark spots that are still visible. Laura Mercier Secret Camouflage comes with two shades you can blend.
• Get rid of redness with a yellow-based foundation, such as Clinique Redness Solutions Makeup. Smooth it over any discoloration with your fingers, and then blur the edges with a damp makeup sponge.
• Hide undereye circles with a creamy formula, such as Maybelline New York Fit Me, tapping it on with your ring finger.


Dip a large, fluffy brush in loose translucent powder.
(We like Dior DiorSkin Matte and Luminous Hydrating Loose Powder.)
Tap off excess and dust powder where you tend to get shiny.

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Dramatic eyes

Just came across this amazing, timeless dramatic eye shadow blend that i cannot wait to try… 🙂Image


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The cat eyes make up

Aka- Winged-Out Eyeliner

Here is how to get the look as seen on Glamour mag.

 Step 1:

  Use a light eye pencil to create a sketch of how your “wings” will look.  This way, you  can easily  make corrections by erasing with a Q-Tip. The line should  start as thin as  possible and grow fatter and fatter toward the outer corner of your eye (you’ll trace  over it with  liquid liner later, and many liquid liners are shaped like calligraphy pens, which’ll help you nail the perfect thickness). How far your wings go is up to you (it depends on your eye shape, face shape, personality), but keep in mind that a few centimeters go a long way, and less is usually more.

Step 2:

Step away from the mirror for a couple minutes, then come back. You should be able to tell right away if your eyeliner looks symmetrical on both sides. If it doesn’t, erase and adjust. If you really have trouble getting the angles of your wings to match up, trace a business card–that’s a trick Gwen Stefani’s makeup artist, Kathy Jeung, told me once, and somehow it really does help!


Trace over the pencil with liquid liner, resting your elbow on a table to help keep your hand steady.

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