Latina Makeup, Latina MakeUp Tips, Advice and news for Hispanic Women
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.
By Monica Herrera | 06/26/2008 - 17:47
"I had a really '80s, Peggy Bundy-style look, but now I have stepped into the new millennium!" That's what Patricia of Fullerton, Calif., told Latina.com after winning our beauty makeover contest. Patricia, who had recently lost 170 pounds from gastric bypass surgery, flew to New York City to attend Diane DaCosta's American Beauty Tour and get tips on how to update her style to match her new body.
By Monica Herrera | 05/29/2008 - 15:26
Nothing adds character to a face like perfectly groomed eyebrows—and by that we don't mean the pencil-thin, painted-on ones! These days, it's important to think of brows as your friend, not your enemy, and to use your tweezers strategically. Just look at how Brazlian starlet Camilla Belle's dark, perfectly under-plucked brows define her striking beauty, and you can see why it's so important to keep them trimmed, orderly and groomed just so. Here are five tips to keep yours in line:
By Shani Saxon-Parrish | 05/08/2008 - 15:48
Eva Mendes is a regular on the charity benefit circuit, and yet night after night she pulls off a consistently stunning look: polished, natural, and effortlessly elegant. Is she born with it? Yes. But does she also get a lot of help from the right blush, some concealer, and judiciously applied eyeshadow? Definitely.
We consulted with Becca’s National Makeup Artist, Joanne Hwang, to dissect the secret behind Eva’s fabulous face. Here's her step-by-step tutorial:
By Shani Saxon-Parrish | 05/01/2008 - 02:31
A touch of blush on the apples of your cheeks can give you a healthful, well-rested appearance (even if you're reaching for the Red Bull). But all too often, it’s the first thing to rub off as soon as you get outside. You don’t want to pile it on and end up with scary clown cheeks.
Adhere to this how-to guide for perfect blushing from Joanne Hwang, National Makeup Artist for Becca Cosmetics:
By Shani Saxon-Parrish | 04/21/2008 - 20:50
When the weather warms up, facial oils are often released, and foundations and powders can easily slide off. And who wants heavy make-up face, anyway? Chanel’s Quick Cover Concealer or Nars concealer enriched with Vitamin E evens out skin tone in a mere fraction of the time that foundation does. Just dab on any discolored spots, like those dreadful dark circles under and around your eyes, the pesky acne scars on your nose, chin, or cheeks, or wherever, and blend well. Top with some subtle bronzer or blush, and you’re all set for the day!