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Get The Look: Smoky Eyes
By Lauren Cosenza | 09/09/2010 - 10:49

Whoever first said, “Where there’s smoke, there’s fire,” must have been talking beauty— because the smoky eye transforms every woman to smokin’-hot status!

Even better: Achieving the look is quick and easy! Here’s how to do it right.


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Get the Look: Naya Rivera's Post-Emmy Beauty
Get the Look: Naya Rivera's Post-Emmy Beauty
By Kate Sandoval | 09/08/2010 - 16:43

After the fashion faux-pas at the Emmy’s, Naya Rivera made a Glee-ful comeback at the premiere of her hit Fox show’s second season. Smooth, romantic waves pulled over one shoulder replaced the beehive-and-bangs style, while a pretty pink cheek and lip (softer than the bold red lip she tried before) gave Naya a pretty, youthful glow.

Andrew Sotomayor, celeb makeup artist and director of makeup for Wonderland Beauty Parlor, shares exactly what he’d use to recreate this fresh-yet-glam face:


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Latina Beauty Awards: Our Celebs Reveal Their Top Picks
By Kate Sandoval | 09/07/2010 - 15:15

As part of our annual Latina Beauty Awards (featured in the October issue of Latina magazine, which hits stands Tuesday, Sept. 14), we asked five of the most gorgeous celebs what beauty product they can’t live without. Check out the favorites of these famous beauties here, then pick up the October issue of Latina to see this year’s 20 other winners.


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One Week, Six Looks! See Jessica Alba’s Knockout Beauty Transformations
By Kate Sandoval | 09/03/2010 - 11:15

Jessica Alba had a whirlwind week promoting her film, Machete. In just a few days her look has gone from edgy-cool to sweet-and-pretty to drop-dead sexy. Watch her beauty transformation, and pick up some makeup and hair ideas along the way!


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Get Lea Michele's Emmy Look!
By Kate Sandoval | 08/30/2010 - 10:30

Birthday girl and nominee Lea Michele was gorgeous from head to toe at last night's Emmy Awards. In fact, she was one of the most beautiful stars of the night! But what was it exactly that made her stand out, and how can you get the same look?

Try these three trend-setting tweaks:


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Get the Makeup Marisol Nichols Can’t Live Without
By Kate Sandoval | 08/30/2010 - 10:00

Marisol Nichols, who currently stars in The Gates on ABC, always has flawless skin and beautiful eyes. So, naturally, we were very curious to know what makeup she uses. Luckily, she was more than happy to share! Here are her top five products:

1. Shu Uemura Eyelash Curler, $19, shuuemura-usa.com
My lashes grow straight down, so curling is a must. This is the best eyelash curler on the market. Nothing compares!  


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Eva Longoria Gets Ready for the Emmys
How Celebs Get Ready for the Emmys—and How You Can Get Red-Carpet Ready, Too!
By Kate Sandoval | 08/27/2010 - 13:00

It’s T minus two days till the Emmys, so the stars are now on the last part of their get-red-carpet-ready beauty plans. Preparing for a big night of your own? Steal their steps!
 


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Do you Like the Matchy-Matchy Makeup Trend?
By Kate Sandoval | 08/25/2010 - 14:00

One of summer’s emerging beauty trends, which is set to stay strong this fall, is to match one part of your makeup to one part of your outfit. It’s easy—and eye-catching! The trick is to choose just one color to match. Then make sure that they’re close to each other (like your lips to your earrings). These celebs are pulling off the trend perfectly.


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Get Demi Lovato’s Bronzed Eye Look in 4 Easy Steps
By Kate Sandoval | 08/19/2010 - 13:45

Before walking the red carpet for her premiere of Camp Rock 2 last night, Demi Lovato, who celebrates her 18th birthday tomorrow, tweeted, "Wow, premier of 'Camp Rock 2' today... birthday friday?!! What an awesome week!! So excited for today!!!"


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MAC Cosmetics Pulls Rodarte's Juarez-Inspired Makeup Line
MAC Cosmetics Pulls Rodarte's Juarez-Inspired Makeup Line
By Elayne Fluker | 08/16/2010 - 13:26

MAC Rodarte's offer to donate the global profits from their Juarez-inspired makeup line proved not to be enough for consumers who were outraged by the insensitivity of the new cosmetic collection scheduled to launch this fall with product names like "Factory" and "Ghosttown," ads with models who look like the walking dead and blush with red streaks that mirror streams of blood. The company has decided to pull the line completely and not ship to stores.


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