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It’s a beautiful day to celebrate mom!
The countdown is officially on for Mother’s Day 2019 and if you’re like the majority of Americans, chances are you still need a fabulous gift to make Sunday extra special.
Lucky for you, E! News is here to help with a fabulous gift guide.
We were able to chat with some of Hollywood’s most talented makeup artists and ask them to share a beauty product that would make a fantastic gift for the mother figure in your life.
With their experience on countless photo shoots and red carpets, these glam squad members know a thing or two about products that will make ladies look and feel their absolute best.
In other words, their gift picks are sure to be winners when Sunday comes around.
Without further ado, take a look at a few beauty products that may have mom smiling from ear to ear this weekend in our gallery below.
So what are you waiting for? It’s time to get shopping! After all, there are only a few days left before mom’s big day!
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Let’s get… glowing! Though much has changed through Jennifer Lopez’s 20-plus years in the spotlight, one constant has remained the same — her seemingly ageless, radiant skin.
While the 49-year-old star is as busy as ever — judging “World of Dance,” filming the upcoming flick “Hustlers” and enjoying life with fiancé Alex Rodriguez — there’s no sign of stress on her gorgeous complexion. With that as inspiration, ALMAY’s Global Makeup Artist and Educator Kira Nasrat shared some DIY tricks with Fox News Lifestyle on copying the look at home.
According to the Los Angeles-based Nasrat, whose clientele includes Bebe Rexha, Dove Cameron and Natalie Dyer, the first step in imitating J.Lo’s likely regime for beautiful skin begins not with makeup, but a healthy lifestyle.
“You have to start by having a clean slate, morning and night, so make sure you’re washing off your makeup before bed and in between the day after workouts so your skin doesn’t get clogged up and break out,” Nasrat said. “I always carry, in my personal and professional kit, the Almay Oil Free Makeup Remover Towelettes.”
In addition, the makeup pro recommends exfoliating the face “once or twice a week, depending on your skin” to remove dead skin and increase blood circulation. Nasrat herself is a fan of the Revive Exfoliating Cleanser, “because it deep cleans without drying and leaves the skin polished.”
As for makeup, Nasrat notes that “our skin tone can fluctuate by a few shades” during the summer months, making a lightweight, naturally finished type product like Almay’s Smart Shade Skintone Matching Makeup a great choice as the weather transitions in the weeks ahead.
“The secret to having that healthy glowing skin is to use a product that amplifies that. Youthful, healthy skin isn’t covered in layers of makeup,” she advises.
“Bronzed glowing skin is always ‘in’ if you ask me. This is why it’s important to use a bronzer that will be suitable for your skin needs,” the celebrity makeup artist continued, suggesting that fans “with more oily skin” use a powder-based bronzer, while fans with skin “more on the dry side” should select a cream bronzer to create a totally dewy finish.
As for highlighting, Nasrat suggests going bold with a product like the Almay Instant Glow Highlighting Duo to illuminate “all of the areas” where you will catch the light.
“All of the highpoints of the face, brow bone, cheekbone, cupids bow, down the bridge of the nose, tip of the nose and shoulders,” she says.
Ta-da! You’ve got a glowing, gorgeous complexion that would surely win applause from Lopez herself.
In a larger sense, however, the A-lister has previously revealed that she thinks beauty is only skin deep.
“I also definitely think beauty comes from within – you have to have keep your mind, soul, body and spirit in sync,” Lopez told InStyle in a March 2018 interview. “I am a firm believer in meditating and when you are happy and feel joy and love, you radiate beauty.”
She continued to dish to the magazine that her overall wellness routine “hasn’t really changed” since she was in her 20s and 30s.
“It has always been about maintenance. I take more and more pride in maintaining a healthy routine – whether it is how I take care of my skin or my body as a whole,” the star said.
“Get the Look,” Fox News Lifestyle’s Style + Beauty series, highlights tips and tricks for how to copy A-list looks for less.
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At a gallery in Seoul’s fashionable Gangnam district, the walls are lined with stark black-and-white photographic portraits of young women. Some smile, some stare at the camera impassively. Some are naked. All have short hair and no makeup.
It’s the third such exhibition by South Korean photographer Jeon Bora, who seeks to document women who reject the country’s standards of beauty and the social pressure to conform.
The women liken this pressure to a corset and have dubbed their movement, which began last year, “escape the corset.”
Jeon, 25, describes using her camera lens to show her subjects as they really are, and not how South Korean society wants them to look. Advertising, entertainment and other media in South Korea commonly promote a female appearance that includes a porcelain complexion, luxuriant long hair, lots of makeup and form-fitting dresses. An emphasis on big, round eyes has helped fuel a boom in cosmetic procedures.
“I wanted this exhibition to destroy the socially defined idea of a woman,” Jeon tells NPR.
The exhibition is open only to women. (NPR received special permission to attend.) Just as visually striking as Jeon’s portraits is another wall at the gallery, covered with before-and-after photos submitted by her subjects who “escaped the corset.” In some cases, the change is so drastic that it’s hard to believe the two pictures are of the same person.
Jeon herself was largely spared pressure to conform to South Korean standards of beauty because she was a judo athlete in high school and had to put athletic performance above all else. But no sooner had she quit the sport and started college than friends started to comment about her lack of makeup and loose, unisex clothing.
“You’re not taking care of yourself,” she recalls them saying. “Do you want me to teach you how?”
She declined. As she became aware of the “escape the corset” movement, she set out to document its effects on other young women. When she photographed her subjects, she asked them to fill out questionnaires asking what message they wanted to convey in order to understand them better.
One responded: “Dear sisters and friends, I wish we could become humans that exist as we are, and love and be loved as we are. You are you, I am me, we are us, without the makeup, without the corset. Just a human. I love you, always, as you are.”
Jeon also encouraged her subjects, who were at various stages of “escaping the corset,” to look at themselves without makeup or photo editing. For many, she says, this was awkward at first. Some cried during their photo shoots.
“They said they didn’t have the confidence to look themselves in the eye,” she recalls. “But after several viewings, they started to pick out the pictures they liked and find features that they like about themselves.”
The movement is most visible on social media, where women have posted defiant pictures of hair they’ve shorn and cosmetics they’ve smashed, with a Korean hashtag meaning “proof of discarded corset.”
Yoon-Kim Ji-Young, a professor at the Institute of Body and Culture at Konkuk University in Seoul, argues that in South Korea, women are up against a multibillion-dollar industrial complex, including cosmetics, plastic surgery and entertainment, which sends women mutually reinforcing messages.
“This huge mechanism unilaterally defines the ideal body image for young women, as well as the direction and size of their dreams,” she says. As a result, she says, many young Korean women aspire to become YouTube makeup coaches.
Traditionally, she says, Korean women are taught that beauty is their biggest asset. By getting married, they can exchange that asset for social and economic status. Even today, such views affect women’s options and choices related to careers, marriage and motherhood. Rejecting beauty standards leads some women to rebel against an entire social structure, she says, and that means boycotting romance, marriage, sex and childbirth.
“Women are not simply looking to destroy the cosmetics industry by smashing makeup,” she says. “Their aim is to subvert the huge male-centered matrix called the patriarchy.”
Yoon-Kim adds that not until they have “escaped the corset” do many women realize that they’ve been taught to blame themselves for the discrimination they encounter, and to feel that it’s their own fault for not being young, skinny or pretty enough. A 2017 poll found that nearly 40 percent of respondents experienced discrimination based on their appearance when applying for jobs. Applicants are commonly asked for photos, as well as information about their height and weight.
“The constant feeling of obsession, self-hatred and fatigue in this competitive society,” she says, “robs us of the energy to address its fundamental, structural inequality.”
Some women say they’ve paid a high price for escaping the corset — they’ve been fired from jobs, and reportedly even assaulted. Such stories make other women fear for their own safety. Kim, a 20-year-old college fine arts major who asked for reasons of security that NPR use only her surname, says she was harassed by strangers and her own family after she cut her hair last summer. She decided to do it simply because having long hair was too hot.
“When you get an undercut, men stare at you on the street,” she says. “They look at you up and down. My parents asked me, ‘Why did you cut your hair? Have you gone out of your mind?’ They even asked me if I’m a lesbian.”
These reactions prompted her to question her beliefs about beauty. To help give other women courage, she started drawing cartoons about women taking actions to escape the strictures of beauty.
One popular scene from her cartoons, which she posts in an online community, shows an anguished young woman sweeping a table full of cosmetics onto the floor.
“Keep your sorrow brief and your anger long,” advises another character. “That anger will be your revolution and your beginning. The harsher the backlash, the greater your relief will be.”
Kim was encouraged to see some quotes from her cartoons on placards carried by feminists last summer in Seoul at street protests against spy cams in women’s bathrooms. She tried to raise about $500 online to support her work and says she has received 300 times that amount.
But she says her escape from the corset has brought mixed results. On the one hand, she has found that men now treat her as an equal. They give her access to social circles and information previously forbidden to her. They invite her to smoke with them after classes. But they don’t invite other women whose appearance is more conventional, and she feels that she is treated simply as one of the guys.
Seoul bureau assistant Se Eun Gong contributed to this report.
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Qual produtinho de pele que eu tenho pânico de ficar sem ??? Sim, creme para área dos olhos. Hoje falarei do Squalane + Peptide Eye Gel, o creme para área dos olhos da Biossance que já estou na segunda embalagem , já mostro muito la no meus Instagram (@makeupatelier) e amei muito.
Neste post aqui que falei do meu produtos favorito da marca já adiantei meu amor por este Squalane + Peptide Eye Gel. Sempre estou em busca de bons produtos para área dos olhos e quando aprovo algum é uma felicidade imensa (já que a maioria que eu testo não atente minhas expectativas).
Sobre o produto…
“O Gel Hidratante para Olhos com Esqualano Biossance ultra hidratante que reduz a aparência de inchaço, olheiras e olhos pesados. Sua fórmula trabalha para dar aos olhos descanso e sensação de luminosidade. Perfeito para hidratar e reduzir a aparência de um olhar cansado, O Gel hidratante para Olhos com Esqualano Biossance é perfeito para devolver aos olhos uma aparência mais jovem.
Vai melhorar o plheiras, inchaço, linhas finas e rugas
O Gel Hidratante para Olhos com Esqualano Biossance é um produto não tóxico, sem perfume, sem óleos minerais, testado por dermatologistas e oftalmologistas, não comedogênico e adequado para todos os tipos de pele, inclusive peles sensíveis.
Não contém Parabenos, nem sulfatos e nem Ftalatos
Esqualano de origem 100% vegetal: Age como uma barreira que protege a pele da desidratação.
Eyeseryl® e Argireline®: Reduzem olheiras e atenuam inchaços.
Extrato de células-tronco de maçã suíça: Derivado de maçã suíças raras, rejuvenesce visivelmente a área dos olhos.
Água, suco de folha de Aloe barbadensis*, Esqualano (material), niacinamida, glicerina, pantenol, extrato de algas, extrato de cultura de células de Malus domestica, acetil tetrapeptídeo-5, acetil hexapeptídeo-8, tocoferol, pentilenoglicol, extrato de fruta de Cucumis sativus (pepino), ascorbato de tetrahexildecil, extrato de folha de Camellia sinensis, extrato de fruta de Lycium barbarum (goji), licopeno, extrato de casca de Vitis vinifera (uva), hialuronato de sódio, cafeína, goma de Acacia senegal, polímero cruzado de dimeticona, carbômero, arginato láurico, copolímero de acriloildimetiltaurato de amônia/VP, sílica, sorbato de potássio, caprilil glicol.”
Quem é leitor já está cansado de saber que meu grande queridinho vendido no Brasil é este aqui da Skinceuticals. Entre os cremes mega potentes ele é o melhor e já uso há muitos anos. Mas como sempre gosto de testar produtos novos comecei usar o Squalane + Peptide Eye Gel por curiosidade e foi amor. Mesmo ele sendo um gel levinho a potencia dele é excelente.
Como o esqualano é uma substancia que nosso próprio corpo produz, a pele identifica rapidamente e incorpora o produto deixando a região suave, hidratada e sem pesar. Tanto que tenho usado ele durante o dia e os mais pesados a noite e estou amando o resultado.
Ele é geladinho, fácil de espalhar, a pele absorve rápido e a hidratação é excelente para um creme em gel. Deixa a pele lisinha, bem hidratada e melhora visivelmente as linhas de expressão logo no primeiro mês.
Sobre a parte das olheiras e inchaço eu sempre fico devendo pois tenho vitiligo na região das olheiras então não é uma área que escurece e não tenho bolsas praticamente nunca. Mas minhas amigas que testaram dizem que ele ajuda muito a desinchar a região.
Definitivamente é um produto que eu me apaixonei e tenho amado usá-lo durante o dia antes da maquiagem. Mais rápido de passar e já funciona como um primer para não deixar o corretivo craquelar. Aprovadíssimo.
Sobre a embalagem dele, além do aplicador pump eles usam uma tecnologia que impede que o ar entre e a embalagem vai se “espremendo”enquanto você vai usando. Então como falo dele há meses, já ouvi de leitora que abriu a embalagem no final para aproveitar o restinho e viu que a parte que vai o produto é minúscula e não do tamanho da embalagem, mas isso é pelo sistema que foi trazendo o “pé”da embalagem para cima. Então nada de ficar bravo quando abrir o produto e achar que foi enganado heim rsrs. O volume é de 15ml como quase todos os cremes para área dos olhos.
A dica é prestar atenção na hora de apertar o pump pois meia apertada é o suficiente para os dois olhos.
Onde ? Ganhei da marca. Tem aqui na Sephora
Quanto ? R$ 259,00 OU 10X DE R$ 25,90
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