mascara tips

College is a time to learn all about money management. There's books to buy, pizza to eat, beer to drink and at some point you have to learn which of those three to save your money on.
There's a reason this tube is a favorite among quite a few of our beauty editors. Coat after coat, you'll never see a single clump.
Other tips we love include applying loose powder to your eyelashes first -- it's the secret to getting thicker and fluffier
Below are some of the makeup do's and don'ts I have found to be helpful for myself and my clients.
1. It takes practice. Follow HuffPost Style's board Makeup Tips & Tricks on Pinterest. 3. This doesn't have to be a daily
Most of us have one color of mascara that we lean towards -- often black (it's perhaps the most universal) -- and the more lash-passionate have it in a few different formulas.
Just say NO to clumpy mascara: Applying mascara should just be as simple as removing the wand from the tube and coating your
"Fluttery, full and beautiful"--three words that describe the most ideal lash situation to celebrity makeup artist Kirin Bhatty.
Lips: Nude lips are definitely having a moment. A fleshy, pink lipstick or gloss not only completes this look, but it creates
For the show's Season 3 premiere in Los Angeles Monday night, Clarke wore subtle, smokey eye makeup comprised of two different
Super long lashes are one of the most sought after looks when it comes to makeup and there is no surprise why. Not all of us have the patience to apply a set of false lashes every day but achieving the false lash-look is possible using these tips.
As far as keeping her eye look intact, Emily employs a few makeup tricks she's learned from being on set. "Sweeping powder
When used strategically, powder, liner, gloss and mascara can take off years and put all eyes on you -- in a good way. It's time to banish these beauty blunders once and for all and make sure you look your most amazing.