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Posted by on Apr 15, 2015 in Beauty and Fashion, Make Up Glam | 0 comments

How to Organize Your Fab Lipstick Collection

How to Organize Your Fab Lipstick Collection


If you’re a make-up hoarder, then you know that organizing your lipsticks is very well important and is kind of a big deal! Why?

Well, let’s start with counting the number of lipsticks you have in your stash. Congratulations to you if you haven’t gone over a dozen but for most women, a few shades of lipsticks just aren’t enough. Chances are, makeup flash deals and time sales almost always get women into thinking that they are in need of another shade.

As a result, most women don’t realize just how much make-up and just how many lipsticks they actually have to use before the dreaded expiration date. Although some claim that make-up can be used way past the best before date, it is still advisable to refrain from using expired cosmetics such as lipsticks on pretty sensitive body parts to avoid dryness, infection and that stinking smell!

And of course, the best solution for that would be to organize all your lip tints, lipsticks, lip balms and what-nots to have them in sight anytime you want to use them. Having lipsticks on display and tidy in say, lipstick organizers with 12 slots or cosmetics organizers with 24 slots for the more addicted, will give you better access to them. Even more practical is a multi-purpose organizer which works great as a lipstick organizer. Now, you can just grab your color stick instead of fumbling for it in make-up pouches and boxes!

If you have a lot more cosmetics aside from lipsticks, you may also want to consider getting a neat clear make-up box to store them in. A clear make-up organizer will save you the hassle of guessing what’s in it. If you’re worried about having to go thru the whole box to paint some color on your lips, fear not! You will still have access to all your lip shades on top of the box.

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Posted by on Jan 15, 2015 in Beauty and Fashion, Beauty Tips, Make Up Glam | 0 comments

2015 Color of the Year: Marsala

2015 Color of the Year: Marsala

Rimmel London 2

This red shade is expected to dominate your face, your body and even your home this year!

Pantone describes the color as an earthy wine red. Leatrice Eisman, Executive Director of Pantone Color Institute, via Yahoo, says:




“This earthy red has wine and a very warm brown underneath, which gives the feeling of groundedness, strength, and confidence.

Bobbi Brown

“It has a richness that lends sophistication. When you wear it’s it is a self-fulfilling prophecy—you’ll find you get positive reactions from others and it builds up your confidence.”

Rimmel London 1

The color of 2015 will likely once again be gone from makeup shelves as women clamor for marsala-colored beauty products. But don’t get it wrong, the bold shade is no stranger in the fashion industry.


“Marsala is a color that I would not say to just use in touches or accents—it’s strong enough to stand on its own. In makeup it’s a shoe-in because women are familiar with this type of color in nail polish and lipsticks,” says Eisman.

Nail Polish

Sephora’s Marsala Collection is now live and with the many shades which could pass up as the color of the year, it is safe to say that women can wear it in a lot of ways, making it a versatile shade which can be simple or striking.


And even better news, it actually flatters a wide range of skin tones and eye colors! But wait up… you’re not the only one wearing marsala this year.

Accent Chest


Pantone says that the 2015 color spells elegance in your home. “Marsala’s plush characteristics are enhanced when the color is applied to textured surfaces, making it an ideal choice for rugs and upholstered living room furniture.”

Ready to wear marsala? Share your color of the year outfit, makeup and/or home and hashtag #teelieturner!

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Posted by on Dec 4, 2014 in Beauty and Fashion, Make Up Glam, Holidays | 0 comments

Holiday Makeup: Pink Lips or Smoky Eyes?

Holiday Makeup: Pink Lips or Smoky Eyes?


The holiday season calls for a celebration and with that comes dressing up appropriately. So you’ve found the perfect outfit for the holidays but what about your make-up?


A red lipstick often does the trick but In Style suggests a fresher take on holiday makeup – with pink lipstick!

Pink lipstick has long been the choice of most women, even MAKE UP FOR EVER managing educator Jessie Powers, according to Huffington Post. “Pink is the new red because it is a versatile shade that is fun and flirty without looking too bold or overdone,” said Powers.

Estee Lauder Pure Color Envy Dominant NARS Blush 413 BLKR

Makeup artist Nick Barose, who styled Hailee Steinfeld, shared a useful fuchsia lip how-to-guide to In Style. Below are the steps, according to Barose:

  1. Estee Lauder Pure Color Envy Lipstick in Dominant – “Apply it on the top lip starting at the center, and sweep it outward,” he told In Style. “Then follow by doing the same on the bottom lip, and blot.”
  2. Sweep another layer of the same lippie to intensify the color.
  3. Votre Vu Dramatic Lip Liner in Ripe – Trace your lips to add dimension and to keep the color intact. Barose says you should pick a color which complements your lip.
  4. NARS 413 BKLR Blush – Apply a super light blush on your cheeks. “With a hot pink like this, you should tap a little of the blush off of your brush before you apply, so you only get a kiss of color,” Barose explained.

If you want the attention elsewhere, why not draw it up your eyes? The Fashion Spot recreated Roberto Cavalli‘s Fall 2014 metallic smoky eye look with the help of GLAMSQUAD lead makeup artist Holly Whited.

Beauty Eyes Makeup. Make up closeup. Long eyelashes, Perfect skin

The Fashion Spot recommends using a primer then the MAC Pro Longwear Paint Pot in Groundwork as base.

MAC Pro Longwear Paint Pot GroundworkbareMinerals Lasting Line Eyeliner Absolute Black

Next up is lining the top inner rim and top lash line then smudging it out. The Fashion Spot recommends BareMinerals Lasting Line Long-Wearing Eyeliner in Absolute Black with its pointed tip and smudger.

Boots Botanics Eyeshadow Quad Midnight Grey MAC Nocturnals Collection

Now for the fun yet tricky part – mixing two pigment shades together to achieve a metallic look. The Fashion Spot used MAC Pigment in Museum Bronze and Deep Brown but you can also try out other shades from the MAC Nocturnal Collection.

Use a soft gray color to “contour the crease of the eyelids,” says The Fashion Spot. A darker gray should be used “on the outer corners of the eye,” the outlet adds. Boots Botanics Eyeshadow Quad in Midnight Grey could pull off the look!

To complete your holiday eye look, make sure to follow The Fashion Spot’s 5th and 6th steps.

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