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The more I see Anne Hathaway in her pixie haircut the more I adore her, and it. But what I’m really liking right now is her bold, raspberry lip color. Between the long bangs framing her face and the bright lipstick, this look is all about drawing attention upward.
You can easily copy Anne Hathaway’s lipcolor with Sephora Collection Rouge Cream Lipstick in Valentine 09 (Rich Magenta) or Mr. Lover 10 (Bright Fuschia). 

Sephora Collection Rouge Cream Lipstick is on sale right now for $5 at
She may play a sparkly vampire in the latest Twilight flick, but in real life Kristen Stewart hit the red carpet this week looking perfectly human and alive. Her cherry stained lips and rosy cheeks were the piece de resistance to her look. if you’re looking for the perfect look for a  holiday bash, Kristen’s is definitely worth duping.
What a difference a week can make in the life of a teenager! Back on November 20, Selena Gomez was poised to launch her new collaboration with Adidas, in perfectly appropriate teen attire. Then exactly a week later she pulled out the stops in a stunning panel dress that showed off her pretty figure. But both looks were topped off by Selena’s preference for a shiny, nude lip color.

Selena’s look is easily copied with Dior Addict Lipstick. Their sheer color formula packs high shine and soft moisture into one killer lip color. For a more tannish nude, like Selena sported for the Adidas shoot, Dior Addict Lipstick in Tulle 214 (light beige) should do the trick. But if you’re looking for a sheer and shiny pink like she opted for on the red carpet, Dior Addict Lipstick Urban 178 (sheer pale pink) is your best bet.

You can buy Dior Addict Lipstick in 28 shades (including the two mentioned above) for $30 at
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Brand Ambassador Ashley Greene was simply radiant on the red carpet at the Breaking Dawn premiere in L.A. this week. We got the scoop from makeup artist Vanessa Scali on how she created the look! All products are by mark.

Scali prepped Greene’s face with Primed for Perfection Face Primer before applying Got the Goods Multi-Benefit Foundation Lotion SPF 15 and Good Riddance Hook Up Concealer. Then she applied Bronze Pro Bronzing Powder under her cheekbones, temples and jaw line for a bit of contour and to warm up her face.

Scali applied Just Pinched Instant Blush Tint in Cheeky to Greene’s apples and layered with a touch of Light Show Illuminating Face Powder. “This combination softens the pigment of the cheek and creates a radiant, lit-from-within look,” Scali said.

Scali started by shading Greene’s eyes from lashline to eyebrow with I-Mark Metallics Custom Pick Eye Shadow in Goldiluxe. Then she used I-Mark Metallics Custom Pick Eye Shadow in Truffle on the outer corners and natural creases. She lined Greene’s eyes with No Place to Run Longwear Eyeliner in Foxy Brown and finished with a few coats of Lash Act Build & Define Mascara in Blackest Black.

To finish the look, Scali gave Greene a natural lip with Make It Rich Lip Color Crayon in Naturally, layered with In A Whirl Marbleized Lip Gloss in Pink Souffle.

Bushier, thicker eyebrows have been creeping their way on to “It Lists” for some time now, but perfectly arched and filled in brows are still my preference. Olivia Wilde’s eyebrows are the perfect complement to her beautiful, glowing face. 

If you’re anything like me, you’ll need a good eyebrow pencil to make an arch this bold and striking. So, start with the inner edge of your brow and shade across to the outer edge. Use short, soft strokes — this way you can layer more on to intensify the look if you wish. There are lots of great eyebrow pencils out there, my personal favorite is the Laura Mercier Eye Brow Pencil (as it comes in the perfect fair blonde shade for me). Lastly, don’t forget to set the look with a brow gel, like Laura Mercier’s Eye Brow Gel.

Laura Mercier Eye Brow Pencil ($20) and Laura Mercier Eye Brow Gel ($20) are both available at

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