Tuesday, September 15th, 2009

NYFW S/S '10 United Bamboo

Shiseido @ United Bamboo

Dick Page, Shiseido’s Artistic Director, created the look at United Bamboo!

Get the Look

  • Face: Dick lightly applied Shiseido Makeup Dual Balancing Foundation where needed. He then applied a Translucent Loose Powder over the entire face to create a smooth, matte surface. He then dusted the new Luminizing Satin Face Color in High Beam White (WT905) and Soft Beam Gold (BE206) under the eyes and cheeks, and applied more Soft Beam Gold contouring the cheeks.
  • Eyes: Dick used the Smoothing Eyeliner Pencil in Brown (BR602) to the upper and lower lash lines, blending with a brush. To give a softer look, he applied the Luminizing Satin Eye Color in Cavern (BR708) from the Fall 2009 Makeup Collection over the Smoothing Eyeliner Pencil.
  • Lips: Lips were prepped with Aquafor and a dab of foundation to soften the pink of the lips. Next, the new Perfect Rouge Glowing Matte Lipstick in Whisper (RD722) from the Spring 2010 Makeup Collection was applied like a lip liner and patted to fill in the rest of the lip.

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Tuesday, September 15th, 2009

Temptalia Gives Away MAC Resolutely Red Lipstick!

We’re giving away one (1) MAC Resolutely Red Lipstick, from the limited edition MAC In High Def Collection.

All entries must be submitted by September 17th, 2009 at 11:59 PM PST. This contest is open to all readers as pursuant to your local state/country’s laws. Winner will be chosen randomly and notified via e-mail. This post will be updated with “winner chosen” when one has been chosen.

Re-Tweet to Win

This is a Twitter Giveaway, so it is extremely easy to enter–just two simple steps!

1. Follow us on Twitter

2. Re-tweet the following: “Entered to win MAC Resolutely Red Lipstick! Follow @temptalia & RT to enter! http://tinyurl.com/inhdrr #temptalia”

Congratulations @afroditagirl!

Tuesday, September 15th, 2009

ION Studio @ Jeremy Laing

The Look

Creating a super sleek, slicked back look with a wet and textured finish that was rolled up in the back, Marco of ION Studio used only three Davines products on the model’s hair to achieve the look. He described the hair as “that moment when you dunk your head back in the pool and then come right up. We rolled under the back of the hair creating the shape of a biker’s helmet.”

Get the Look

Marco first brushed in an almost excessive amount of Davines Defining Creative Moulding Foam – an alcohol-free foam used to mould, sculpt and set hair with strong memory for all day hold and control. He then rolled under the hair in the back and used pins to set it in place. Next, Marco used the Davines For Wizards #8 Quick Setting Hard Gel – formulated to provide strong structure and control with a soft sheen. Lastly, a light spray of Davines Defining Gloss, a lightweight, non-greasy spray, finished the look adding an extra touch of shine. All Davines products can be found on www.davines.com for salon locations.

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Tuesday, September 15th, 2009

Temptalia Asks You

What beauty advice/tip do you preach but aren’t so good about practicing? Share!

Temptalia's Answer.

Drinking at least 8 glasses of water a day. I’m terrible at it. I keep trying, and I use all the tricks I know, but I fail!

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Monday, September 14th, 2009

Rant & Rave

Tell us why/what you love, hate, or are indifferent about…

LIP PLUMPERS!

Monday, September 14th, 2009

AVEDA @ Yigal Azrouel

The Look

The hair for Yigal Azrouël is a sleek take on an edgy, punk-rock look. The top is textured with tousled volume, and the sides are smooth, and slicked back, with a straight-yet-messy knot at the nape of the neck.

Get the Look

  • Step 1: Dampen hair with water and brush through.
  • Step 2: Divide hair into four sections: the bottom hangs loose, side sections along the parietal ridge (from ear to ear) are each pulled back with clips, and the top/front of hair is clipped into a loose bun.
  • Step 3: Spritz the bottom section of hair with water, keeping ends dry. Massage a generous amount of Aveda Light Elements™ Texturizing Creme into wet half of hair to add texture, light hold, and minimize flyaways. Layer Aveda Brilliant™ Humectant Pomade over the Light Elements™ Texturizing Creme for shine and moisture. Comb hair through, leaving ends dry, and tie into a clean, tight ponytail with a bungee elastic.
  • Step 4: Divide the ponytail into small sections and straighten each piece using a flat-iron, from elastic to ends. Once each piece is straightened, run the flat-iron through the entire ponytail to create a perfectly straight, sleek edge.
  • Step 5: Repeat the above steps with side sections of hair. Layer Aveda Light Elements™ Texturing Creme and Aveda Brilliant™ Humectant Pomade on the top half of hair, leaving ends dry. Slick sides back tightly, criss-crossing the right section of hair over the existing ponytail and wrapping it under the elastic string. Wrap the left section of hair over the elastic, so that the string is no longer visible.
  • Step 6: Secure a clear elastic band over the entire section to form a larger ponytail. Iron new pieces for a straight, sleek pony.
  • Step 7: Remove top section of hair from clip. Spritz with water, leaving ends dry, and rake hair back with Aveda Light Elements™ Texturizing Creme and Aveda Brilliant™ Humectant Pomade. Hair is damp, rough and textured.
  • Step 8: Pull all hair back, including top section, into one ponytail. Secure together with a clear elastic through. Straighten new pieces of ponytail with a flat-iron so that the entire pony is stick-straight.
  • Step 9: Wrap a final clear elastic around the ponytail and pull hair halfway through into a loose chignon. Leave pieces of hair astray to add rough texture, creating a punk-rock, edgy look.
  • Step 10: Finish by smoothing flyways above the elastic with Aveda Light Elements™ Texturizing Creme and misting slicked back sides with water.

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