Latina Makeup, Latina MakeUp Tips, Advice and news for Hispanic Women
By Shani Saxon-Parrish | 11/06/2008 - 14:54
When Daisy Fuentes showed up at a Burberry event with a smoky blue gray eyeshadow and copper lips, Latina beauty director Angelique Serrano blogged that Daisy was provoking the ghosts of the ’90s with her powerful visage. Angelique is not alone. Readers like Layla Martin, Mexican-American financial administrator of mixed heritage says, "Daisy looks a little clownish in this picture.
By Monica Herrera | 11/03/2008 - 12:21
As All My Children's Randi Morgan, Denise Vasi has survived prostitution and domestic battery by pimp. "She was left badly wounded and unconscious," says Denise. "The cops found her and brought her to the hospital." But when the handsome Dr. Franklin Hubbard treated her wounds, things start turning around for young Randi. After she's released from the hospital, she gets a job with Fusion Cosmetics and makes it to the fast track for a career in a beauty.
By Shani Saxon-Parrish | 10/27/2008 - 14:25
Nadine Velazquez lights up My Name is Earl every Thursday night with her gorgeous looks and comedic timing. Latina's Sandra Vanessa Mariscal had a chance to dig around this Chicago-raised Puerto Rican stunner's makeup bag and glean some tips from the consummate pro.
How would you describe your day-to-day makeup look?
By Shani Saxon-Parrish | 10/22/2008 - 14:34
If you've got a special event coming up where you want to look your best, false eyelashes make a dramatic difference in enhancing your eyes and creating a sexy look that's part Bambi, part Kim Kardashian. But it's definitely a skill that takes practice. That's why we created this guide to applying your own falsies without the help of a professional, complete with product recommendations and mistakes to avoid.
By Shani Saxon-Parrish | 10/13/2008 - 14:12
There's an art to wearing red lipstick. Once you master it, there's nothing more glamorous or dramatic than a perfectly done red lip.
First, make sure your lip area is prepped, by using concealer and/or foundation in the area around your lips to smooth out your skin tone. Then, carefully line your lips with a sharp liner in a neutral tone that matches your natural lip color. Now you're set to fill in the lips with the lipstick of your choice.
Here are some color recommendations:
By Latina Staff | 09/29/2008 - 17:01
Bright, jewel tones like purple, green and blue are fun to wear, especially for evening. But most of us depend on a more natural look to get us through our days at the office or at school. That's why we asked Rebecca De Herrera, make-up artist for film and TV (Cane with Jimmy Smits), how to create a flawless, natural, no-make-up look.
By Monica Herrera | 08/04/2008 - 12:37
As the days get shorter and the leaves turn into vibrant shades of autumn, it's important to revamp your makeup bag to suit the changing season.