Your Week In Beauty Links
This week’s beauty news has been dominated by celebs showing their most beautiful side with new jaw-dropping trends. From Rita Ora’s partnership with Rimmel London, to the return of the mullet, we’ve got it covered- even throwing in some super handy advice from renowned beauty experts. This is your week in the world of beauty.
Rita’s worth it: The very exciting revelation that Rita Ora is the next face of Rimmel London has had much support from fans. Blogger Taé Chivon notes on lovebscott.com that Rita is very excited, as @RitaOra tweeted to her followers: “the whole world’s gonna wear Red lipstick! #myMission @rimmellondonuk #yeeeeaaaaahhhhbaby”. First it was Kate Moss, now it’s Ms. Ora. It’s set to be released in February 2014 and we can’t wait.
Life on the big screen: as the Emmys gave out much-deserved awards to acclaimed productions like Breaking Bad, Homeland and Saturday Night Live, there was much excitement over what all the talents were pouting in on the red carpet. Popsugar has given the ultimate guide as to how all the beautiful actresses pulled it off on the night. Think the cute bob haircut as shown by Claire Danes, the classic red lipstick modelled by the beautiful Christina Hendricks, and Lena Dunham’s teal eye shadow.
What would celebrities look like if they were “normal people”? The popular NYC artist Danny Evans has experimented on Photoshop to see what beauties such as Johnny Depp, Beyonce, Rihanna and Britney Spears would like as your average next door neighbour. ArtFido has provided some of these tummy-tickling images; check it out here.
The mullet is back, as global trendsetters Rihanna and Edie Campbell have shown to the world. The Telegraph quotes celeb hairstylist Adam Reed’s useful advice for women and mullets: keep it to one texture only— so no frizzy tops and straight bottoms. Simplicity is key.
…meanwhile dip-dye is out, according to celebrity writer Ellen Stewart on MyDaily. The suggestion is to give your ends a rest, and go for a nice and even look with colour… and by colour Stewart means bright. For inspiration, look at how these sassy starlets master it, as posted by Rachel McRady on Wetpaint.
Your beauty regime made more gorgeous: as the season has changed, so flows in our new autumn-friendly practices. The blog on Birchbox has provided some invaluable tips by some of the world’s most helming beauty experts. Read on to see what lash lengthening technique you can do with your mascara wand, why you need a simple skincare regime, and how you should focus on emphasising the best qualities of your hair. Oh, and it’s best go for 100% natural products, according expert Karen Behnke in an interview during New York Fashion Week.
Are you a hardworking individual juggling between home, work and family life? Compare your busy schedule to French Vogue editor Carine Roitfeld, who’s been running the publication for ten years. Fabien Constant has made a film documentary about the fashionista, showcasing her fast-paced and eventful lifestyle. Titled Mademoiselle C, it was released on 20th September 2013. Who knows, you might have the same bulging diary of meetings and events and then one day make a film documentary about it. Have a look at the trailer for it here.