The secret behind celebrity skin? It could be the latest makeup trend that got A-listers obsessed. “Mewy” is when your skin is dewy in all the right places, such as the high points of your face, and matte in others. It involves two different finishes dewy and matte, which makes it tricky to nail without an expert help. No worries! We reveal you all the secrets behind the “mewy” makeup trend that makes the skin of your favorite celebs look so flawless at all times!
This year’s Cannes Film Festival brought so many gorgeous beauty looks to feast our eyes on. Celebrities such as Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner, Sara Sampaio, Winnie Harlow, Shanina Shaik, showed off their best makeup looks and hairstyles during the numerous red carpet appearances. Swipe through the pictures below to check out our favorite ones.
This stunner literally set the Cannes Film Festival on fire. With every appearance, Bella is setting new trends. This ’90s-inspired updo, matched with a tangerine lip is everything!
Leave it to Bad Gal Riri to get your glow on point this summer. Rihanna‘s Fenty Beauty is about to drop another exciting collection full of summer essentials. The singer teased the products on social media and naturally, fans are already going crazy over them. If you are wondering what’s the pinkish golden wonder on Riri’s eyelids or the stunning shimmer on her lips, let us introduce you to the new “Beach Please” collection. The upcoming summer collection consists of three new foiled Killawatt highlighter duos, six shimmery lip topcoats, and a new liquid eyeshadow formula.
The Killawatt foil duos could be used all over your body. There are three different duos: “7daywknd & Poolside”, “Mimosa Sunrise & Sangria Sunset” and “Sand Castle & Mint’d Mojito”. The first one consists of silver-toned pastel pink shade as well as a daring blue one. The second features two vibrant highlighters, one in a pretty peachy shade and the other one in a metallic magenta. The third highlighter duo is on the cooler side with metallic bronze and mint blue tones. Each of the highlighters can be used on the cheeks, lips, and eyes. The Killawatt Foil Freestyle Highlighter duos will cost $36 each.
“I’ve never been afraid of color and I love highlighting with these. I like to layer the colors and blend from my cheeks to my eyes to my temples,” Rihanna explains how she wants to use the highlighter duos.
Next, the lip luminizers will be sold in sets. There are two iridescent lip luminizer trios. The products have a sheer lipgloss formula with duo-chrome shimmer that changes color depending on the lightning. There is a Summer Daze & Summer Nights Iridescent Lip Luminizer Trio in “Single, Bilingual & Ready to Mingle”. This trio consists of mint, peach, and fuchsia lipglosses with iridescent glitter that gives the duo-chrome effect. The other trio features the shades “Snake Skin, Vaycray & Mermaid Thoughts”. This set includes burgundy/green, blue/purple, and gold/pink holographic lip luminizers. Each lip trio will cost $32. You can wear them alone or layer them over other lipsticks.
With the “Beach Please” collection, Fenty Beauty will introduce a brand new eyeshadow formula. On one side is a liquid eyeshadow with a metallic finish and on the other side is a glittery topcoat. You can wear them alone or layer the glittery eyeshadow on top of the metallic one. Additionally, you can get creative and wear them in different ways. The Island Bling 2-in-1 Liquid Eye Shimmer duos come in 2 options. The Liquid Eye Shimmer in “Mamacita & Tini Kini” features a metallic rose gold shade and iridescent opal one. The other eyeshadow duo includes “Summer Fling and Reignbow” which are a dark metallic bronze and iridescent gold shade. Each eyeshadow duo will cost $26.
The Fenty Beauty “Beach Please” summer collection will drop on May 21. You can buy the products at the brand’s website as well as Sephora and Harvey Nichols.
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Pat McGrath once again surprised her fans with more exciting launches. In spite of the fact that she’s been busy Fall 2018 during New York Fashion Week, the makeup guru found the time to promote her new batch of products. After a packed schedule and working on fabulous runway looks, Pat gathered a group of editors and presented four exciting products. McGrath often uses Instagram to teach her faithful followers how to recreate the makeup she does on celebrities, models, and high-end runway shows.
Pat’s previous Mothership eyeshadows are undoubtedly iconic, but they are on the pricier side. Good news for all of the die-hard followers of the makeup pro: Pat latest drop is much more affordable. The mother of makeup left everyone wondering how she created those mesmerizing eye looks for the Anna Sui show during NYFW. Now, we all have the answers. The fierce fuchsia smokey cat eye, with hints of shimmery purple tones, is a courtesy of the MTHRSHP palette.
As an addition to the stunning eyeshadows, McGrath will debut a liquid eyeliner. The Perma Precision Liquid Eyeliner ($28) is the first eyeliner product for Pat McGrath Labs. According to her, it’s an extremely rich formula that is very easy to use. Thanks to the unique Flexi-Art tip, you can create the fiercest, most precise cat liner looks ever. This will make things easier even for the ones who struggle with getting that ideal feline flick.
“I was obsessed with the idea of providing my fellow beauty junkies with a curated collection of captivating colors — a mini-arsenal — that they could effortlessly slip into their handbags or carry-on luggage. It’s all about beauty sans limits [and] elevating your artistry everywhere you go. The liner’s tip is absolutely major. It offers the most exquisite control for elegant contours and pristine definition.”- Pat explained.
Pat McGrath Labs launched the first three Mothership palettes in July 2017. In January the brand also released the fourth edition. Each palette has ten shades and costs $125. We are more than happy to announce that the new MTHRSHP launches will retail for $55. There are three separate palettes named “La Vie en Rose”, “Bronze Ambition” and “Platinum Bronze”, each one containing six shades.
You have almost three weeks until the launch, so you can start saving up and get these amazing palettes. The official drop date is set for March 7. Until then you can follow McGrath on Instagram and check out all the mesmerizing ways in which you can use her new products.
Photo Credit: Pat McGrath Labs
Fall is the season of heavy makeup glam. We have to admit that is a bit challenging to wear a lot of makeup when the temperatures are high. That’s why makeup junkies love the chilly fall weather. There is something special about the fall makeup looks. You can flaunt dark lipstick colors and seductive smokey eyes. Fall is the season when you can use all those gorgeous deep-hued eyeshadows.
So much was happening during the fashion month. Celebrities flaunted mesmerizing makeup looks on the fashion shows and other events there were attending. The best celebrity makeup artists out there took care of their beauty looks. So, we all kind of got a sneak peek at which makeup looks will be trending this fall.
The celebrity makeup artist Hung Vanngo did the ultimate fall copper makeup look on model Bella Hadid for a shoot for The Love Magazine. Vanngo created a sky-high wing from the copper eyeshadow he was using all over the model’s eyelids. This look doesn’t involve a liquid eyeliner which makes it easier for you to recreate it. Don’t forget to add shimmery eyeshadow in the center of the eyelid to make your eyes pop.
If your eyeliner game is strong don’t be afraid to experiment with colored eyeliners this fall. Celebrity makeup artist Patrick Ta created a gorgeous makeup look on Shay Mitchell with royal blue eyeliner. Instead of lining the entire eyelid Patrick did a black and blue floating graphic wing.
The same makeup artist is behind the breath-taking makeup on model Gigi Hadid for the launch party of her jewelry line with the brand Messika. The heavily highlighted inner corners of her eyes elevated the look on another level.
The rest of the makeup was all about the Hollywood glow.
Take a look at these gorgeous wearable celebrity makeup looks that everyone can pull off.
Apply cream eyeshadow all over the eyelids with your fingers to achieve this pretty monochromatic makeup look. Finish the look with a mauve nude lipstick to keep the accent on the eyes.
The Council of Fashion Designers of America honored the legendary makeup artist Pat McGrath at the CFDA Fashion Awards 2017. The association every year in June celebrates and awards the best of the American design. Even though Path McGrath is British, her contribution to the American Fashion world is vast. Pat is the first makeup artist ever to receive the CFDA’s Founder’s Award. For more than twenty years Pat creates the most iconic runway makeup looks and graces numberless magazine covers with her work. She has worked with most of the haute couture fashion houses and top models such as Naomi Campbell, Gigi Hadid, and Cara Delevingne.
Pat launched her eponymous makeup brand Pat McGrath Labs and her products are out of this world. Before she launched her own products she helped many famous brands to create their products. She has collaborated with Dior, Gucci, CoverGirl and Dolce and Gabbana in the past.
Pat creates futuristic unconventional makeup looks using sequins, crystals, pigments, face paints and unique techniques.
Feast your eyes on just a few of the many iconic makeup looks that the makeup goddess Pat McGrath has created through the years.
Back in 2004, Pat created this jaw-dropping Tutankhamun-inspired makeup look. The unconventional recreation of the Egyptian pharaoh featured mesmerizing gold metallic details all over the model’s face.
Pat channeled the Geisha glamor for the Christian Dior Fall 2009 runway show. The artist transformed the model’s brows into thin lines and placed the accent on the eyes. She included long false lower eyelashes that gave a bold note to the entire look. Pat used the degradé lip technique to create a modern version of the signature Geisha lips.
The greatest makeup artist of all times virtuously paired the avant-garde and the romance in this look. She did a bold graphic vivid blue eyeliner and paired it with deep plum lips. The unconventional eyeliner was enriched with sensual long false eyelashes that added more drama to the look.
This is one of the most popular makeup looks that Pat has created. We could only guess how many hours were invested in this look. The tiny crystals were placed all over the model’s eyelids all the way to the temples. The strategic placement of the crystals created a smokey eye effect. The dark burgundy lipstick added a dose of romance to the look.
Pat transferred the color-blocking trend that took over the runways to the model’s eyelids and lips. She used bright neon colors and even a colored mascara to create the most beautiful colorful beauty statements.
For this breath-taking look, McGrath used a few layers of gold paint, gold glitter and gold pigment. She covered the brows and the eyelids with the metallic gold shade in order to achieve the texture of the brocade fabric.
As you could see, Pat often opts for crystals, sequins and even jewelry pieces like in this case. The Victorian-inspired makeup look that took nearly six hours to create looks like a real piece of art.
Pat’s talent is truly limitless even when she doesn’t play with regular makeup products. For this abstract look she distributed a face paint on one side of the model’s face. The look was inspired by the monochromatic paintings of the French artist Yves Klein. The international Klein blue hue on the model’s face made an unbeatable beauty statement at the Maison Margiela fall runway show.
Path McGrath channeled David Bowie through this futuristic makeup look. This is another look that includes a lot of sparkles and 3D elements. The silver stars framed the model’s eye. The shiny black lipstick with a touch of scarlet on the lower lip made this look probably one of the boldest that Pat McGrath has ever done.
This year Pat decided to play with a thread as makeup. We had the pleasure to see the mesmerizing wings created with thread instead of eyeliner. She shaped the thread in a cat-eye shape and glued it to the model’s eyelids. To add more drama Pat painted the thread with gold and silver pigments.