03.06.14

Zoey Deutch In Rebecca Minkoff – 2014 CFDA Fashion Awards

Zoey Deutch In Rebecca Minkoff - 2014 CFDA Fashion Awards

Zoey Deutch attended the 2014 CFDA Fashion Awards held at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center on Monday (June 2) in New York City.

Thankfully opting not to wear black again, the ‘Vampire Academy’ actress opted for a cool youthful look, donning a custom Rebecca Minkoff fit-and-flare mini dress emphasised with a dynamic, bold floral print.

The look was styled with the designer’s signature ‘Vincent’ minaudiere, adding a pair of edgy cut-out Rebecca Minkoff Resort 2015 pumps.

Makeup-wise, you can’t help but notice her kohl-rimmed eyes.

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Busy Philipps In Honor – 2014 CFDA Fashion Awards

Busy Philipps In Honor - 2014 CFDA Fashion Awards

Busy Philipps attended the 2014 CFDA Fashion Awards held at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center on Monday (June 2) in New York City.

The blonde actress wore an Honor Fall 2014 striking red halter dress with a frilled neckline, which was worn sans the sleeve detail we saw on the runway.

Styled with an Irene Neuwirth one-of-a-kind white-gold necklace set with pink opal flower carvings, rose-cut diamonds and diamond pavé, and a matching ring, Busy slicked back her hair and worked a strong cat-eye whilst opting for glossy lips.

While the waist may be begging for an accent, I love this look from head to toe.

This might be her best look ever.

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03.06.14

Beth Behrs In Alice + Olivia – 2014 CFDA Fashion Awards

Beth Behrs In Alice + Olivia - 2014 CFDA Fashion Awards

Beth Behrs attended the 2014 CFDA Fashion Awards held at Alice Tully Hall, Lincoln Center on Monday (June 2) in New York City.

The ‘Two Broke Girls’ actress wore a gorgeous emerald-green Alice + Olivia crop top and long pleated skirt with a high-low hemline.

She styled the look with Alice + Olivia ‘Delia’ black pumps, adding a touch of sparkle via her embellished clutch.

While some are tired of the crop top trend, this couldn’t be a more fun, youthful look which truly embodies the Alice + Olivia aesthetic.

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04.06.13 Beauty, Makeup

CFDA Fashion Awards Beauty Trend Spotting: Barely-There Makeup

CFDA Fashion Awards Beauty Trend Spotting Barely-There Makeup

Quite a few lovely ladies went fresh-faced at last night’s CFDA Fashion Awards, and I absolutely love the look. It’s great for summer–who wants to wear a face full of makeup in the heat?–plus, it typically makes you look younger, too. Win, win.

The ladies who perhaps best embraced the look were Kerry Washington, models Adriana Lima and Erin Wasson and rocker/actress Juliette Lewis.

For Kerry and Erin, the look meant only one swipe of mascara on their lashes, and only lining the outer corners. Kerry opted for a nude lip, and it looks like Erin may have left her lips completely bare.

Juliette and Adriana both only coated their top lashes with mascara, leaving the bottom lashes completely bare. Juliette then opted for blush-colored lips, while Adriana wore a peachy gloss to finish her barely-there makeup.

The best way to recreate the fresh-faced look is by starting with a flawless complexion, and L’Oreal Revitalift Miracle Blur is a great primer to give an air-brushed look to your skin.

Of course going sans base is best, but if you need a bit of coverage (like most of us do), opt for a light coverage bb cream like Maybelline Dream Fresh BB Cream.

Only applying mascara to your top lashes is the best way to keep your makeup light. Clinique Naturally Glossy Mascara in Jet Brown is a gel-based formula that gives a natural-looking finish, plus, using brown instead of black mascara keeps things more subtle.

To give your lips a bit of natural-looking colour, try fresh Sugar Lip Treatment in Petal, which hydrates and plumps the lips, but only leaves a light wash of color–basically making your lips look a slightly exaggerated version of themselves.

Barely there makeup

L’Oreal Revitalift Miracle Blur
Maybelline Dream Fresh BB Cream
Clinique Naturally Glossy Mascara in Jet Brown
fresh Sugar Lip Treatment in Petal

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