Posts in Beauty Tips from the Pros
How they brightened the eyes at Burberry SS2017

Moving the highlight from the inner corner of the eyes to the center of the lower lash lines can really make the difference. 

Per illuminare lo sguardo ci vuole poco, basta spostare il punto luce dagli angoli interni degli occhi al di sotto del centro della rima ciliare inferiore.

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Chanel Beauty Talks: Gisele Bündchen on natural beauty

Chanel introduces BEAUTY TALKS, an exclusive web series of spontaneous conversation between the Global Creative Makeup and Color Designer fo Chanel Lucia Pica and outstanding women. The first episode is all about natural beauty and who else could have talked about this topic better than Gisele Bündchen? 

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It just takes two minutes to have a chip-free manicure

In case you didn’t know, it’s your second coat of polish that determines how long your manicure lasts. As Deborah Lippmann for Lancôme explained backstage at Jason Wu (the brand's Vernis in Love in Beige Romance was used in the show) you need to let the solvents evaporate before applying that second coat. 

Forse non lo sapevate ma a determinare la durata di una manicure è la tempistica della stesura del secondo strato di smalto. Come ha spiegato Deborah Lippmann per Lancôme nel backstage di Jason Wu (dove ha usato il Vernis in Love in Beige Romance), bisogna aspettare che i solventi evaporino prima di applicare quel secondo strato.

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Backstage Beauty Secrets

Volete essere perfette 24/7 senza spendere ore davanti allo specchio? Un un modo c’è, basta prendere ispirazione dai backstage delle sfilate. Dietro le quinte, infatti, i makeup artists e gli hairstylists più in voga danno vita ai look che faranno tendenza in tempi talmente brevi da apparire assurdi; e il tutto grazie a dei prodotti beauty che svelano a malavoglia e a dei trick che vi svelo io. Continuate a leggere se volete portarvi l’expertise dei backstage a casa!

Do you want to be effortlessly perfect 24/7? Well, check this section out. In this space I’ll explain you what happens backstage during the Fashion Weeks because, as many of you may know, nothing puts a beauty product through its paces like this non-stop month. With so many models to get runway-ready in a very short time, most makeup artists, hairstylists and manicurists turn to the same star products over and over again, giving us the certainty that these are the ones to keep an eye on: tested and reliable these hair, nail, and makeup staples are the best performers, ever. Furthermore, during fashion week the pros unveil - knowingly or inadvertently - their secret moves to those of us who are lucky enough to be there with them. 

So keep up with me to know how to be effortlessly perfect all the year around.

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The Foundation according to Kabuki

Who ever said that one single foundation is enough? Not Kabuki for sure. In fact, in his “modest” opinion, to have a flawless skin we should use a matte formula on most areas and then a creamier, dewy one on our bone structure and any other areas you want to highlight. This will help make your skin look more luminous.

Chi l’ha detto che un solo fondotinta basta? Secondo Kabuki per apparire perfettamente perfette bisogna usarne due: uno matte e uno cremoso e dewy. Il primo va steso su quasi tutto il viso, il secondo, invece, sulla struttura ossea (zigomi, centro del naso, centro della fronte) e su tutte quelle zone che richiedono più luce. Il risultato? una pelle decisamente più luminosa.

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The moisturizing power that smooths things down

t was Romy Soleimani, backstage at Richard Chai Love during last FW, that explained the importance of having a hydrated skin before applying makeup: not only it create a smooth canvas to work with but as well it makes blending and applying that much easier. Go on reading to know more.

Romy Soleimani, nel backstage della sfilata Fall 2014 di Richard Chai Love, ha spiegato come una buona idratazione, fatta di creme ma anche di acqua bevuta regolarmente, renda più facile l’applicazione del makeup. 


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The art of covering blemishes lies in your fingers (and in a pointy brush)

Uzo, NARS International Lead Makeup Stylist, at last Fall 2014 NYFW revealed that to cover blemishes, we just need to apply the concealer with a brush that has a pointy tip and then to use our finger to pat the area for maximum coverage.

Bando alle dita usate come pennelli? No, per coprire le imperfezioni le dita sono gli alleati della sfumatura perfetta, basta solo prima applicare un correttore sul brufoletto con un pennello a punta e poi tamponarlo “a mano”, come da suggerimento di Uzo, NARS International Lead Makeup Stylist.

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