Angelique Serrano

Scentual Seduction

Godiva chocolate wants to contribute to the beauty and ambiance of your home with their new line of deliciously scented candles.


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Big Brow Theory

Looks like full eyebrows are more than a trend; they’re taking over some celebrity faces. We love the look when groomed and maintained, but when hairs grow wider than your actual eye, it’s time to pick up a pair of miniature hair scissors and trim from the top. Take a look at some of these A-list Latinas and decide who looks fab and who needs some help.


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The Wet Look

So if you happen to be taking artsy pictures, or just curious about how models, makeup artists and photographers achieve the "wet" skin look, here's how: After applying foundation, apply Johnson & Johnson's Baby Oil Gel with aloe vera and Vitamin E all over the face with a cosmetics sponge. This will create a beyond dewy finish that mimics a post-shower wetness. I don't know when you'll have a chance to use this information, but I thought it was cool.


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Smudge-Proof Eye Makeup

Get your eye makeup to stay put with this new miraculous product: Benefit Stay Don’t Stray ($24, sephora.com), an eye primer meant to be used under eyes, around eyes and over lids! The color is creamy and concealing; once it is placed under makeup, your eyeliner and shadows won’t budge. Whether you work a double shift or work the room at an all night black tie gala, rest assured you won’t be seeing the world through raccoon eyes.


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The Beauty of Transformation: Christina Aguilera

I was watching the Golden Globe Awards Sunday night, and absolutely fell in love with Christina Aguilera’s soft new look. I love the shiny short bob, I love the color, I love the subtle mauve makeup! But, I’ve also loved Christina’s various beauty incarnations throughout the decade, and admired her fearless attitude toward self-expression through hair and makeup. I’m in a festive mood today, people, so why don’t we take a look back at her various personas in celebration of her overall fabulousness?


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Penelope's Winning Look

Sunday night may not have brought Penélope Cruz a Golden Globe award for her supporting actress role in the musical Nine, but it did give her a chance to shine no less in Chopard jewels and glossy waves created by legendary Latino hairstylist Oribe. The look is easy to recreate: Spray Oribe's own Imperméable spray—or an anti-humidity spray—on hair, then use a curling iron to wind hair.


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Beauty Trend Alert: Mauve Mouths

These three Latinas know there’s more to lipstick than red or nude. Mauve is a sexy way to go, whether it’s worn sheer, matte or glossy. It brings a beautiful flush to the skin, without coming on too strong. If you love the look, try Bobbi Brown Creamy Lip Color in Heather Mauve ($22, bluemercury.com).


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What Foods Trigger Sensitive Skin?

I have a friend who can’t eat cheese; whenever she does, her face gets red and breaks-out in these tiny little bumps. I feel for her, especially since my idea of heaven is a long hammock between two palm trees with a plate full of cheesy quesadillas and pina coladas. But for those of you with sensitive skin—skin that becomes excessively reddened, inflamed, irritated, or pained when triggered by environmental or internal factors—it’s important to identify what triggers your particular outbreak.


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Wax Beauties

These Latina sirens have been immortalized as Madame Tussaud's wax figures around the world. Take a look and see if you can tell which beauties are flesh and which are fiction.


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Get Celebrity Waves

Want long, loose waves like Fergie and Avatar star Zoe Saldana? The trick is all in how you hold your curling iron. I always used to curl my hair the old-school way: by clamping a section of hair in a curling iron, then holding it horizontally while rolling it up toward my scalp. The way to get these modern loose waves is to first hold your curling iron vertically—so the tip of the iron faces the sky.


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