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Aimee Garcia of NBC's 'Trauma' Reveals Her Beauty Secrets
By Gerri Miller | 03/05/2010 - 16:27

Playing Iraq vet, helicopter pilot and sometimes-EMT Marisa Benez on NBC’s Trauma, which returns to Monday nights on Mar. 8, Aimee Garcia never gets to glam it up in designer dresses, diamonds, dramatic makeup, or daring hairdos.  No wonder she was doubly thrilled to be at the National Hispanic Media Coalition’s 13th annual Impact Awards. Not only was she honored for Outstanding Performance in a Dramatic Television Series, she happily posed for the cameras in an Alice + Olivia strapless dress, Yves St. Laurent shoes, and Neil Lane jewelry.


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On Set Glossing
By Angelique Serrano | 03/02/2010 - 15:35

Hola chicas! I'm on a photo shoot set right now and have absolutely fallen in love with the prettiest shade of nude lipgloss our makeup artist Khela Tyson has used on our model.


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Glam from Fashion Week: Naked Eyes
By Angelique Serrano | 02/24/2010 - 13:55

At the Fall 2010 runway shows of designers Juan Carlos Obando and Narciso Rodriguez, there was something strangely absent from the faces of all their models: mascara.

To provide a cleaner, fresher and more modern look, eyelashes were—gasp!—left bare. They were merely curled beforehand for a subtle, yet feminine touch. What do you say chicas: Are you ready to drop your wands this fall and go for a more natural stare?


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I’m a Concealaholic
By Angelique Serrano | 02/23/2010 - 11:17

Not a day goes by that I am not wearing concealer. I use it under my eyes, around my nose, on my chin – basically everywhere. Yes, my name is Angelique, and I’m a total concealaholic.


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Eva LaRue’s Glam Routine
By Gerri Miller | 02/17/2010 - 09:45

As lab tech Natalia Boa Vista on CSI: Miami, Eva LaRue rarely gets the chance to be glamorous, so it’s no wonder she loves to pull out the stops for events. "The fun thing about getting dressed up for the red carpet is you can look completely different from one to the next," says LaRue, who often begins preparing more than a week ahead of time, working with stylist George Blodwell to find the perfect dress.


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Sephora Shows You How to Get Smoky Eyes
By Angelique Serrano | 02/16/2010 - 16:00

Here’s a tip: Bring your favorite eye shadow palette to a Sephora Beauty Studio (sephora.com for stores and information), and ask them to give you a lesson in application.


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Get to Kissin’
By Angelique Serrano | 02/11/2010 - 16:41

I’m in such a lovey mood today, despite severe deadlines, temperatures and global issues. Sometimes you just get bitten by the love bug and become all Velveeta cheesiness and gooey sentiment. I can’t stop dreaming about clichéd Valentines, squishy hugs and good old-fashioned smoochin’! And naturally, the latter makes me think of lipstick.


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Francia Raisa Avoids the Chola Look
By Gerri Miller | 02/09/2010 - 12:07

Looking gorgeous doesn’t have to mean spending a lot of money. Just ask Francia Raisa, whose favorite products come from moderately priced cosmetic lines she can find at the drugstore.

"I really like Neutrogena for skin care and CoverGirl makeup," says the Secret Life of the American Teenager star.  "I can’t stand heavy makeup. I feel like my skin can’t breathe, and CoverGirl is really light."


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Loud Mouths, Naked Lips: Grammy Beauty Round Up
By Angelique Serrano | 02/01/2010 - 18:41

It appears the Latina songstresses and starlets that walked the red carpet at last night’s Grammy Awards all eschewed any amount of lip color and overdosed on eyeliner! From the bold façade of Jennifer Lopez to the demurely done-up Nicole Richie, lets see how these stars gave face.


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Newly Single Kat Von D Spills Her Beauty Secrets
By Gerri Miller | 01/25/2010 - 10:28

With colorful indelible artwork decorating almost every inch of her body, long tousled hair, dramatic eye makeup and bold lips, tattoo artist and L.A. Ink star Kat Von D has a unique look that blends Hollywood glamour with edgy rocker style. 


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