If, like us, you're a fan of Bobbi Brown cosmetics, you can now indulge on the brand's Limited Edition Lip Set completely guilt free. This month Bobbi Brown have teamed up with the Cancer Clinical Research Trust at St Vincents, Dublin in order to raise money for charity during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The new Lip Set features an exclusive new shade of their classic creamy lip colour, as well as a limited edition glitter lip balm. Most importantly, by buying this product in October, you will ensure that all of your money will be going directly to the Pink Ribbon Collection and the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
The Limited Edition Lip set is £28 and is available at select department stores in the UK and Ireland.
Need to drop a few pounds? Why not have a surgeon implant a steel mesh patch on your tongue! (To state the obvious, we are kidding.)
A southern-California doctor is promoting this as a new slim-down tactic. Funnily enough, when you have metal in your mouth, it hurts to eat - and therefore you're more likely to adopt a liquid diet. According to the surgeon's website (via Allure), the 10 patients who've installed the piece lost up to 30 pounds a month.
Excuse the Hannibal Lecter out of us if we don't rush out and alter our tongues. And as Mark Fast proved this week, you don't have to be a certain weight to look good.
It's hardly a news flash that models tend to be, well, gorgeous. But good genes aside, it's make up artists who help make or break a runway look. A beautiful YSL dress with cakey foundation? We don't think so.
For the next of The Fash Pack's London Fashion Week special features, we introduce make up artist Kenneth Soh. Soh, who learned his technique from Val Garland and Pat McGrath, is one of the most candid and comical insiders we've ever interviewed. We were pleased to talk with him before his first solo job at the Blow Presents show.
Just be warned: If you wear orange base and half a tube of mascara, you will be momentarily scorned in question five.
The ever-lovely Leigh Lezark apparently has decided that DJing and modelling aren't enough in this world. So she's signed on as a brand ambassador for Front Row, a new haircare line by Charles Worthington.
If her perfect locks are anything to go by, then we'd have to say we trust her judgment. But now we just need that wardrobe, too...
Sometimes even Mother Nature needs a helping hand and that comes in the name of Lubatti's new Rose Clear Skin Tonic (£23.50). Developed by Tracey Malone exclusively for Space NK, this skin tonic is made using softly scented Rose water and acts as a refreshing astringent. Using astringent helps to firm and tone, constricting the pores and creating a protective layer of firm tissue between the under layers of skin and the pollutions of everyday life. It's very gentle on the skin and suitable for all skin types, especially fair and dry skin.
Use regularly followed by Lubatti's Honey & Almond day moisturiser (£28.50), to help keep your skin looking smoother and re-energised.
Kim Kardashian's star has grown brighter and brighter over the last few years and is set to shine even brighter, since she landed the role of Contributing Beauty Editor at OK! Magazine.Already established as a boutique owner, tv personality, perfumier and overall business mogul in the making, becoming a beauty editor is a new project that is bound to further raise her profile.
In her new role, she will be sharing up to the minute beauty tips and information with readers and will embark on the venture during New York Fashion Week in Spring 2010- bringing readers 'all access' backstage interviews and videos. Watch this space.
Kim Kardashian has just gone blonde on us, and now she's going dark, too. For a shoot in the September issue of YRB magazine, the socialite sported a dark bowl cut, gothic-black lipstick and pale skin, as seen here.
Kardashian wrote on her website: “My YRB magazine shoot just came out and I am loving the results! I really love the transformation and the clothes were amazing!!! This has got to be one of the most unique shoots I’ve ever done! Not sure I’ll ever go for a permanent short cut, but it definitely works for this shoot.”
Give your nails a colourful make-over in one of these quick drying, new shades from the Collection 2000 Hot Looks nail polish range.
In a homage to the 80s, the colours are available in a variety of exciting colours including, Hula Hoop (pink), Dynasty (Lilac), Wham (Grey) and Button Moon (Turquoise). Each are priced at just £1.79, so you can mix and match to suit your mood or outfit.