Have you joined MyTemptalia yet? Register
and start having fun today!
Helen Mirren’s striking radiance was perfected by a combination of makeup products from Kanebo as applied by makeup artist Elaine Offers of Exclusive Artists Management who states, “The transluscent powder feels unbelieveable……and the lipstick is gorgeous as well! I’ve always felt that the best beauty products come from Japan…love them!”
Mirren wore the popular Kanebo’s Concealer Brush in Light #1 and Medium #2 ($30 SRP) and Kanebo’s Translucent Powder ($55 SRP). The Concealer Brush is unique in a number of ways. Its is a revolutionary brush-on foundation tool designed to flawlessly cover fine lines, under-eye circles, blemishes and discoloration while treating and improving the texture and condition of skin.
Kanebo Concealer is enriched with Kanzo Extract, a traditional medicinal herb taken from the root of the licorice plant and used to gently soothe blemishes and help prevent irritation. A second key component is that of Reflecting Beads, an ingredient exclusive to Kanebo, which causes light to diffuse on the skin’s surface, thus minimizing the appearance of facial imperfections. Silk Extract — to prevent moisture loss and allow for a smooth application — and Phyto Squalane, which quickly penetrates to enhance moisture retention and prevent stretching of delicate skin are also principal ingredients.
Kanebo’s Translucent Powder provides a water proof translucent loose powder base and allows the skin to reach its silky and perfect finish. As seen on Mirren who was in her makeup for six hours before she presented the award, this heavenly finish absorbs excess sebum and prolongs the flawless finish. The moisturizing ingredients provide a rich, smooth sensation that is visible on the skin. This colorless and weightless product is perfect for any skin color or type. It can be used for simple touch ups over a bare face or can be the outer layer for a more formal look.
Kanebo is available at select Barney’s stores across the country and at www.barneys.com.
It’s too bad the pictures didn’t do this justice, because it DID come out really nice in person. Just really subtle and softly smoky. I wanted something super quick and simple, but I wanted something that was noticeable.
I used Ricepaper eyeshadow all over lid, Espresso eyeshadow in outer crease and corner of lid, and Ricepaper eyeshadow above crease. I wore Margin blush on cheeks with Sculpt sculpting powder to contour. I had Gentle Coral tinted lip conditioner on my lips.
Continue reading →
EURISTOCRATS | March 2008 — European Exclusive
- Barcelona Red Frosty deep coral
- Bombshell Soft bright rosy-pink with golden shimmer
- Cockney Sheer yellow red with multi dimensional pearlized pigments
- Costa Chic Frosty light coral
- Fast Play Medium neutral pink with plum-brown undertones
- Full Fuchsia Bright clean warm pink
- Going Dutch Frosty mid tone pink
See the other shades… Continue reading →
Welcome the newest addition to the Temptalia family! His name is Magellan (yes, after the explorer), and he is nine weeks old today! We’ve had him for just over a week now, and I couldn’t resist sharing. He is a yellow labrador retriever, and he weighs about ten pounds right now. I’m photo-documenting his journey to full-size so we can track how fast he grows!
More photos (duh!) if you want to see… Continue reading →
Today we have Tekoa sharing her storage solution for her beauty products! Let her tell you all about it!
1) A view of my makeup area. It’s all done here in the bathroom.
Check out the rest… Continue reading →
Beauty Backstage by Stila: For four seasons, Marchesa has turned to stila cosmetics to complement their Hollywood-worthy designs with just the right makeup looks. Headlining makeup artist Talia Shobrook used lush, rich hues to complete the gilded splendor of the Marchesa collection.
Inspired by the iconography of the 16th Century, Marchesa’s fall collection evokes the excess and elegance of the Golden Age. Drawing on the drama of the Spanish Armada, the designs embody the clash of lavish Spanish style and Elizabethan renaissance in an era marked by legendary monarchs. Shobrook captured the concept in a dramatic look that modernizes Elizabethan stylization, with dreamy, angelic complexions to reflect the soft, flowing quality of the collection.
stila offers you quick how-tos so that you can capture this majestic fall makeup style:
Step one: skin
The look for skin is matte and pale. Begin by applying stila sheer pressed powder. Then, apply stila perfecting concealer to areas that require more coverage.
Step two: eyes
Neutral tones contour and accentuate a smoky eye framed with dramatic lashes and brows. Apply stila eye shadow in chinois to brow bones. Next, apply stila eye shadow in bouquet and kamet to the creases of your eyelids and your bottom lash line. Line the lower outer rim kajal liner in smoky quartz. Then sweep multi-effect mascara in brown over lashes and apply multi-effect mascara in black to tips of lashes. Finally, fill in brows with brow set.
Step three: cheeks
Cheeks are natural but flushed for high contrast with pale skin. Use new cherry crush lip and cheek stain to create a bright flush against pale skin. Apply to fingertips to the high apples of the cheeks, blending out until the color diffuses into a soft stain.
Step four: lips
Lip color is shiny and saturated against matte skin and eyes. Apply cherry crush lip and cheek stain directly to lips for rosy color with a slick sheen. Next, dab SPF 20 lipstick in caicos over cherry crush with fingertips to finish the look.