TEMPTU graced the faces of influential tastemakers in the fashion industry, Linda Fargo and Charlotte Dellal.
Fargo, as the senior vice president of Bergdorf Goodman, is responsible for the iconic windows at the legendary department store. Dellal is the designer known for her playful and colorful shoes under the label Charlotte…Read More
Betsey Johnson is known her bright colors, girly accents and fun attire. For this season’s fashion week, she gave tribute to iconic rock legends such as The Rolling Stones and Jimi Hendrix.
What do Kate Middleton, Victoria Beckham, and Gwyneth Paltrow, and Michelle Pfeiffer have in common? They’re all fans of the newest A-list beauty craze – bee venom facials. This new non-surgical procedure, administered by Deborah Mitchell, is said to be an “organic” alternative to Botox.
The monochromatic makeup trend was seen all over the Spring 2012 runways. To master this look reach for beauty products that can multitask. A shade that can work as a shadow, blush, and highlighter like our Sunset Glow Highlighter makes pulling off this trend a snap. You’ll be on trend this spring and cut your primping time in half! Check out some of the monochrome beauty looks that we think are monochromatically magnificent.
Celebrate the last moments of 2011 by rocking this season’s hottest trend – metallic makeup. Metal lids and shimmer are hot hot hot this winter, and an easy way to look ultra luxe for any party. We put together some of our favorite heavy metal holiday inspiration to help you close out 2011 and kick off the new year in style.
Red lips are a beauty staple, but can get a little boring if you don’t experiment with your look. We’ve put together a little lipspiration to help freshen up your red-lipped look this holiday season.
In beauty, as in fashion, the color red makes a powerful statement. The right shade of red lipstick can completely change how you feel, act, and especially photograph. It’s this powerful transformation that is the subject of artist Alyson Fox’s book A Shade of Red.
Makeup artist Peter Philips is no stranger to getting creative with beauty. From lash embellishments for i-D magazine and Chanel’s Fall 2009 show to his shocking Pierrot look for Alexander McQueen, Philips is always on the cutting edge of beauty trends. You can find his newest creation in the November issue of WSJ Magazine. Model Bette Franke is adorned with fabric appliqués of satin and sequined flowers to create a flower child meets couture blush look.
Eyebrow threading and grooming is a trend that’s picking up popularity in the most unlikely of places, the armed forces. That’s right beauty fans, according to The Wall Street Journal, a healthy number of our soldiers, marines and other military personnel abroad are asking their barbers to shape their brows as well as their crew cuts.