The new mum showcased a pretty, fresh-faced beauty look and we?ve tracked her down her make-up artist to find out how she did it. Fearne Cotton showcased a fresh faced beauty look at last night's Glamour Awards [Rex]Fearne?s MUA Justine Jenkins is a cruelty-free pioneer and only used products on her that hadn?t been tested on animals. Here?s how to re-create her red-carpet look: 1) Justine primed Fearne?s skin with Illamasqua Hydra Veil. [ Mollie King shows ex boyfriend David Gandy what he's missing in a backless gown at the Glamour awards ] 2) She then used Becca Radiant Skin Satin Finish Foundation in Buff to give her that fresh-faced glow. 3) Fearne?s cheeks were accentuated with Illamasqua Cream Pigment in Emerge, which was also used all over her eyelids. Make-up artist Justine Jenkins used these cruelty-free products on Fearne [Yahoo Lifestyle]4) Justine used the taupe colour in the Becca Sun Chaser Quad in Fearne?s eye sockets.
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Beauty Guru: Can Someone Who is Not Beautiful Define Beauty?
I wasn't like them. Even though I spent the majority of my babysitting money on makeup, cleansers, lotions and creams, I was still average. When I would talk to my mother about my lack of beauty, she would say, "Beauty is only skin deep," or "Beauty is in the eye of the beholder." I didn't want platitudes or adages; I wanted to be like them, beautiful. A few years later when I was working at a retirement home, it became apparent that once again Momma was right. These people were in their 70s, 80s and 90s and could not be called beautiful, yet I saw true beauty in many of the women, like Mrs.
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Baywatch beauty queens! Miss England finalists hit the beach to show off their bikini bodies
With gritted teeth, forced laughter and made-for-TV smiles painted on their faces, the two ladies can hardly hide their disdain for each other. SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO War: Former Miss Pennsylvania Nicole Brewer, left, and Carol Erickson, right, have been exchanging less-than-subtle jibes for some time now and it is clear the two are far from being bosom buddies Passive aggressive: Brewer attempts a 'lackluster' applause for Erickson's weather bulletin Nasty: In another exchange, Brewer tries to make a few puns following a news package about monkeys which Erickson deliberately and obviously ignores An entertainment website noticed a rather frosty exchange between the pair last month and decided to delve into CBS archives to see if there was any more of the same. There was - and there was a lot. So the site kindly created a montage video of passive-aggressive exchanges between the two on-air personalities.
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The ?Miracle? Tongue Patch: Beauty-Conscious Venezuela?s New Extreme Diet
But Ana Maria Parra of Obesiesbel in Caracas, one of the first clinics to offer this new weight-loss method, has seen around 900 clients a month since she began offering the procedure two years ago. And with Venezuelan clinics charging around $150 for the procedure, compared to the $2,000 it costs in Los Angeles, Caracas, already on the map as an aesthetic-surgery tourism destination, could become something of global ?tongue patch? hotspot. ?Venezuelans are very beauty-conscious,? says Giovanni Sosa of the Caracas-based Sosa-Reyes practice, which has been offering the tongue patch to its patients for the past nine months. ?So when we offer something that shows concrete results, people will put that before its extreme-nature.? Brian Evans, who runs a Beverly Hills plastic surgery practice, has his doubts about a procedure which has yet to receive FDA approval.
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