The Event Chronicle
19 hours
Over the past centuries in Russia, which some have tried to label as the “prison of nations”, not even the smallest ethnic group has disappeared. And they have retained not only their internal autonomy and cultural identity, but also their historical space. You know, I was interested to learn (I did not even know this) that in Soviet times [authorities]paid such careful attention to this that virtually every small ethnic group had its own print publication, support for its language, and for its national literature. We should bring back and take on board much of what has been done in this respect. Along with this the different cultures in Russia have the unique experience of mutual influence, mutual enrichment and mutual respect. This multiculturalism and multi-ethnicity lives in our historical consciousness, in our spirit and in our historical makeup.
Mashable
2 days
Time and time again we have come to learn it isn't wise to come for Alicia Keys . Two weeks ago, one of the The Girl Who's On Fire's less-perfect Voice co-hosts (Adam Levine) stopped by The Howard Stern Show where he was randomly asked about Alicia being makeup-free. In response, the Maroon 5 singer told a story that would make any true Keys fan proud. SEE ALSO: Alicia Keys took her no makeup pledge to the BET red carpet Stern - who weirdly felt like the 15-time Grammy winner's personal decisions were conversation-worthy with some dude she works with - asked what Levine makes of her make-up free situation. Read more... More about Makeup , Alicia Keys , The Voice , Adam Levine , and Howard Stern
Apartment Therapy
2 days
(Image credit: Alexandra Feo. Makeup by Alexandra Feo) A few weeks ago, my sister-in-law sent me a link to Stephen West 's "Wannasheep" video, his knitting-themed cover of the Spice Girls' 1996 classic. ("Slam your skein down and wind it all around.") READ MORE »
The Sun Daily
3 days
CLARISONIC is capitalising on its cult beauty status to launch an electronic foundation brush. The brand, which has made a name for itself thanks to its rotating deep-cleansing facial brushes, is preparing to debut its new Sonic Foundation Brush at the end of this month. The detachable soft bristle brush head, which uses the company's patented oscillating technology, has been designed to blend and contour liquid or stick foundation and other products such as BB/CC cream, concealer, liquid highlighters and contour products, by generating more than 18,000 "micro-blends" per minute. Users simply dot their makeup on their complexions and use the brush to blend it over the face, making it great news for contouring fans, as a promotional video shows. According to Clarisonic, 60 seconds is all the time required to achieve an even and flawless result, without the time-consuming and fiddly routine required by using standard brushes and sponges.
Daily Mail - Australia
8 days
Variety
9 days
Saturday Night Live has pulled back the curtain on how the NBC series transitions actors from one character to another in between commercial breaks. The sketch series released a video showcasing the makeup teams race to to turn Emmy-winning star Kate McKinnon from Jeff Sessions to Shud the Mermaid during the March 11 show. The makeup team,... Read more »
Mashable
9 days
Saturday Night Live is giving us fans a backstage peak at the well-oiled machine in their "Creating Saturday Night Live " behind-the-scenes series. In this installment, watch the brilliant SNL makeup team completely transform Kate McKinnon from Jeff Sessions into her 'Shud the Mermaid' character in four minutes flat. McKinnon runs straight from the "Weekend Update" desk to the makeup chair, where the team has only one commercial break to apply face and hand prosthetics to McKinnon to turn her into the unfortunate looking sea creature. It's obvious this isn't the team's first rodeo when it comes to this kind of true TV magic. Read more... More about Jeff Sessions , Kate Mckinnon , Makeup Transformation , Makeup , and Snl
Daily Mail - Femail
12 days
Daily Mail - Home
14 days
Joanne Dodds, from Hairtrade.com, reveals when to throw out beauty products if you want to avoid irritation and infection - advising that makeup sponges should be swapped every month.
Hackaday
16 days
We're not so much fans of James Bond as we are of Q, the hacker who supplies him with such wonderful things. There is a challenger to Q's crown, [Naomi Wu] code name [SexyCyborg] built an epic gadget called the Pi Palette which hides a Linux laptop inside of a cosmetics case . You can see the covert mode of the Pi Palette below. It resembles a clamshell cosmetics case with the makeup and applicator in the base and a mirror on the underside of the flip-up lid. The mirror hides an LCD screen in the portrait orientation, as well as a Raspberry Pi 3 running Kali Linux. The base of the case includes a portable battery beneath the wireless keyboard/touchpad both of which are revealed when the cosmetics tray is removed. An inductive charger is connected to the battery and [Naomi] built a base station which the Pi Palette sits in for wireless charging.
RT USA
18 days
Fox News
18 days
Associated Press
20 days
Daily Mail - USA
21 days
DNews
22 days
E! News
22 days
Daily Mail - Australia
22 days
Australian comedian, Tanya Hennessy, has made a spoof makeup video in which she parodies makeup vloggers. The clip has already been viewed millions of times in a week.
HubSpot Marketing Blog
23 days
Daily Mail - India
24 days
Mashable
a month
Emma Watson: talented actress, actual Disney princess, detail-oriented makeup artist. The Beauty and the Beast star performed a gentle show of kindness when she paused an interview to touch up the interviewer's makeup. "You would do this for me, and I would do this for you. You've got pen on your chin, and you're going to be so sad when you see this, and I just have to do this for you," she said as she leaned over wipe away the smudge. "I'm sorry, I know what it's like to have something on your face." Read more... More about Videos , Watercooler , Watercooler , and Video
PBS
a month
Michelle Collins finds it annoying that funny women always have to talk about being a funny woman. "We're not charity cases; we're talented," she said. Collins gives her Brief But Spectacular take on being tall, makeup, white men on late night TV and why you should stop asking her what it feels like to be a woman in comedy.
TIME - News
a month
BoingBoing
a month
Boop boop be doop! Makeup and cosplay YouTuber Jbunzie shows you how to pull off this iconic Betty Boop retro look by following her step-by-step tutorial. (more)
Daily Mail - India
a month