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30 TOP TRENDS FROM THE FALL 2020 RUNWAYS | PG 06 13 Five Non-Boring Ways to Wear Beige Now | PG 20 23

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MAD ABOUT MATTE 6 Tips to Flawlessly Apply Matte Lipstick Like a Pro | PG 70 71 MASTER DEWY SKIN WITH 6 STEPS | PG 80 83

Gigi, Selena, and Bella Are Bringing Back the Shoes We Wanted in High School | PG 14 - 19 The BestDressed Men In The World 2020 | PG 24 49

INTERVIEW MAY HAMID, the founder of Argan Liquid Gold, shares her makeup routine and so much more. | PG 50 55 Dakota Lotus starring in Cooper on Disney’s Coop & Cami Ask the World. | PG 58- 65 Hallea Jones, actor, singer, and songwriter, talks about acting and what she loves most about her job and character. | PG 66 - 69

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These Will Be the 6 Biggest Hair Trends to Try This Spring | PG 56 57

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Editor’s Note; Safety First, Coronavirus is more than a story.by Mg | PG 04 - 05


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COVER STAR ON PG 72 - 77 Singer and songwriter Madeline Lauer have never failed to impress us with her style and vintage vibe. She talks with entertainment editor Fami about her music and much more.

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EDITOR’S NOTE SAFETY FIRST... This is more than a story for us. Coronavirus is more than a page view, an article or a Tweet. This is about our lives, your lives and how they change now and moving forward. As we enter into the second week of a more defined social distancing pattern, we’re where you are (or should be) with this whole virus thing — sitting at home, trying to figure out what it means. What we do have is the opportunity to communicate with our loved ones and friends that we haven’t spoken in years, this is the time to reflect on things that are important to us, in this fast-moving life, this virus has stopped everything. Quarantining is not just about staying home and using the internet and what I have been doing during this time is giving time to my family and catching up with friends, thanks to Facetime that is possible. I would suggest you read a book or paint and get more knowledge about your favorite topics, you can read our April issue which is filled with Fashion, Beauty and exclusive interviews. from beauty advice from May Hamid PG: 50 to Catching up with actors and artists like Madeline Lauer who is gracing our April Cover, Her music, her vibes, I’m a fan. head over to PG: 72 for her exclusive interview. Ending this note with a positive vibe and don’t forget that this hard time will pass and So, we want to do our part and keep you informed. We’re all in this together as we stay 6 feet apart from each other and mostly cloistered in our homes, inventing new games, watching old “Full House” episodes and cleaning out old cupboards. Stay Safe and Stay Home.

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30 TOP TRENDS FROM THE FALL 2020 RUNWAYS

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Here’s what we’ll be wearing six months down the road. With fashion month winding down, we’re happy to hang up our fuzzy bucket hats until next season. But before we can kick off our platform clogs and enjoy a long, uninterrupted nap, let’s debrief on the top trends from the Fall 2020 runways. From punky plaids and knit ponchos in New York to red carpet-ready eveningwear in London, the latest autumnal offerings were far from boring. In Milan, the fearless fashion continued with literal dessert-inspired ensembles and next-level fringe; while in Paris, luxury labels got into 15th-century cosplay and latex.


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LATEX A look from Balmain Fall 2020 collection. PHOTO: Imaxtree

MOODY BLOOMS A look from the Celine Fall 2020 collection. PHOTO: Imaxtree

ALL-OVER-RED A look from the Altuzarra Fall 2020 collection. PHOTO: Imaxtree

15th-CENTURY COSPLAY A look from the Paco Rabanne Fall 2020 collection. PHOTO: Imaxtree

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BLACK AND WHITE A look from the Akris Fall 2020 collection. PHOTO: Imaxtree

VELVET SUITING A look from the Hermes Fall 2020 collection. PHOTO: Imaxtree

TIED UP A look from the Rokh Fall 2020 collection. PHOTO: Imaxtree

DRAMATIC HOODS A look from the Kenzo Fall 2020 collection. PHOTO: Imaxtree

GOLDEN GIRLS A look from the Rochas Fall 2020 collection. PHOTO: Imaxtree

CONFECTION DRESSING A look from the Gucci Fall 2020 collection. PHOTO: Imaxtree

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NEXT-LEVEL FRINGE A look from the Bottega Veneta Fall 2020 collection. PHOTO: Imaxtree

RUFFLED COLLARS A look from the Daniela Gregis Fall 2020 collection. PHOTO: Imaxtree

LILAC A look from the Prada Fall 2020 collection. PHOTO: Imaxtree

BURNT ORANGE A look from Tod’s Fall 2020 collection. PHOTO: Imaxtree

STICK OF BUTTER STYLE A look from the Jil Sander Fall 2020 collection. PHOTO: Imaxtree

PUFFY STATEMENT SLEEVES A look from the Fendi Fall 2020 collection. PHOTO: Imaxtree

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POPPY RED A look from the 16Arlington Fall 2020 collection. PHOTO: Imaxtree

COOL CARDIGANS A look from the Christopher Kane Fall 2020 collection. PHOTO: Imaxtree

SHOULDER BANDAGES A look from the Richard Malone Fall 2020 collection. PHOTO: Imaxtree

FRONT CUTOUTS A look from the Ashley Williams Fall 2020 collection. PHOTO: Imaxtree

GLOSSY PINK A look from the Marques Almeida Fall 2020 collection. PHOTO: Imaxtree

PUNK A look from the Monse Fall 2020 collection. PHOTO: Imaxtree

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PEARL ACCENTS A look from the Simone Rocha Fall 2020 collection. PHOTO: Imaxtree

TINSEL TRIM A look from the Rachel Comey Fall 2020 collection. PHOTO: Imaxtree

LIL’CUTOUTS A look from the Dion Lee Fall 2020 collection. PHOTO: Imaxtree

POWDER BLUE A look from the Area Fall 2020 collection. PHOTO: Imaxtree

STATEMENT-MAKING CAPES A look from the Adam Lippes Fall 2020 collection. PHOTO: Imaxtree

FEMININE NECKWEAR A look from the Tory Burch Fall 2020 collection. PHOTO: Imaxtree

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INTENTIONALLY MISSING SLEEVES A look from the Hellessy Fall 2020 collection. PHOTO: Imaxtree

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PONCHOS A look from the Gabriela Hearst Fall 2020 collection. PHOTO: Imaxtree

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Gigi Hadid PHOTO:JOSIAHW/BACKGRID On Gigi Hadid: Ugg Fluff Yeah Slides ($100); Adornmonde Fortune Earrings ($138); Eliou Paxi Necklace; Prada Vela Nylon Belt Bag ($625); Vogue x Gigi Hadid Sunglasses Gigi Hadid’s easy and comfortable outfit has me thinking that bike shorts and Ugg slides are a match made in off-duty wardrobe heaven. She paired hers with an oversize T-shirt, belt bag, and loads of trendy jewelry to make this cozy outfit undeniably cool.

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Gigi, Selena, and Bella Are Bringing Back the Shoes We Wanted in High School When I was in middle and high school in the late 2000s, on the list of things I wanted—no, desperately needed—included a Juicy Couture tracksuit, Longchamp tote bag, and the latest Ugg boots. Does anyone else remember how certain accessories could make or break your entire outfit when you were in school? For me, a pair of pristine suede-and-shearling-lined Uggs was the ultimate goal and I know I’m not alone here since they’ve pretty much maintained their popularity. Now, years later, they still hold a nostalgic place in my heart but they have gotten a lot chicer. Uggs have, dare I say it, made a comeback, and celebs like Gigi and Bella Hadid, Sofia Richie, Selena Gomez, and others are leading the charge for their cool new look. While the short boots you know and love won’t ever go away, the brand has been adding several fresh styles to its offering in the form of fluffy slides in statement-making colors like neon yellow and baby pink. Naturally, the celebs wearing them make them look very current.

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PHOTO: PAPCULTURE/BACKGRID On Bella Hadid: Ugg Fuzz Yeah Slides ($75); Louis Vuitton Pochette ($485) While her sister went the athleisure route, Bella opted for a double-denim look that’s more in step with her typical jean outfits. She wore an open denim shirt over a pink cardigan that matched perfectly to the hue of her fuzzy Ugg slides. True to form, Bella finished off the look with ‘90s-inspired accessories.

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PHOTO: MICHAEL SIMON/ STARTRAKSPHOTO. COM On Sofia Richie: Ugg Fuzz Yeah Slides ($75); Naked Wardrobe Snatched All Day Romper; BY FAR Rachel Bag ($440) Sofia Richie is also a fan of Bella’s fuzzy slides. She went for a pair in slate gray and wore them with an athletic bodysuit (a trend we predicted would eclipse leggings) and the It bag from BY FAR that everyone wants to get their hands on right now.

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PHOTO: BG015/BAUER-GRIFFIN/GC IMAGES On Lucy Hale: Ugg Abela Slides; Chanel bag Next time you throw on jeans and a tee, make like Lucy Hale and slip on a fuzzy pair of Ugg slides for the coziest low-key look.

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Five Non-Boring Ways to Wear Beige Now T

here was a time when beige was synonymous with all things bland and boring. Needless to say, it was never thought of as a hue that would make a head-turning statement. Fast forward to 2020 and the nude hue has fast become one of the fashion world’s favorite colors, thanks in large part to its extensive and consistent presence on the runways for the past few seasons. From cream and camel to tan and taupe to biscuit and oatmeal, 50 shades of beige have been seen in full force on our feeds and on the streets, with fashion insiders styling the color in full head-to-toe tonal looks. So how do we wear beige right now to make it feel fresh, exciting, and, quite frankly, not dull? The key to keeping the look modern is to wear the color palette from head-to-toe, mixing several shades of neutral tones within your outfit. Play with textures within your outfit (think mock croc, leather, cashmere, etc.) as well as volume and length (think tailored shorts and long trench coats).

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Mix Various Shades of Beige Within Your Oufit

Add interest to your look by opting for a headto-toe tonal look and mix varying shades of beige within your outfit. Taupe trousers, a camel sweater, and off-white accessories make for one unquestionably chic look.

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Add Leather to Your Look

Frankie Shop Pernille Faux Leather Shorts

If there’s one easy way to add a fashion-forward look to your all-beige outfit, it’s with the addition of a leather item. Whether it’s a leather shirt paired with wide-leg trousers or leather shorts paired with a blazer, the luxe-looking fabric will give your ensemble a fresh and modern look.

Opt for a Suit or Tailored Separates

The most popular way to wear beige right now among the fashion set is with a relaxed yet polished suit or tailored separates—preferably with multiple layers (think turtlenecks and shirts) or under an overcoat to create a bold and powerful look that’s anything but boring. PHOTO: THE STYLE STALKER

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Enliven Your Ensemble With Statement Accessories Shashi Dominique Hoop Earrings

An all-beige outfit screams for statement accessories to liven up the neutral hue. Metallics are a trendy, eye-catching option to contrast with the muted color. Try a chunky chain-link necklace and a high-shine purse.

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Mix Textures Within Your Outfit

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An all-beige outfit screams for statement accessories to liven up the neutral hue. Metallics are a trendy, eye-catching option to contrast with the muted color. Try a chunky chain-link necklace and a high-shine purse.

H&M Boxy WoolBlend Cardigan H&M Faux Leather Shirt Jacket

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The BestDressed Men In The World 2020 You couldn’t call it a boring year for menswear, could you? Looking back, it’s arguably been one of the most diverse, colourful and expressive spells we’ve had in a long time. Clothes became fun again. Menswear trends were chaotic and contradictory. People let go. Men got confident. Slim-fit minimalism found itself edged out. This was the year when 23-year-old Timothée Chalamet and 66-year-old Pierce Brosnan could both become style icons. The ’90s were trending, but so were the ’70s, ’50s and ’80s. Tailoring loosened up, sustainability got serious, and there were no shortage of brands cross-pollinating. What it all means for the average guy is this: options. More of them than we’ve had in a long, long time. This might just be the most exciting time men’s fashion has known, maybe ever. And in a year when all bets were off, these 25 men were there to show us how it’s done – leading trends, breaking rules or keeping it classic, their message was the same: wear whatever the hell you want, and do it with a smile on your face.

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IMAGES AND ARTICLE BY | FASHIONBEANS.COM 1. Jake Gyllenhaal There are always arguments when the FashionBeans team sits down to debate the bestdressed men of the year. That’s unavoidable when menswear is as wonderfully diverse as it is right now. But while we admire the trend-setters and the rule-breakers, dressing like Harry Styles or Tyler the Creator is only really possible if you happen to be Harry Styles or Tyler the Creator. We always end up coming back to someone who wears clothes that are, well, wearable. For our money, nobody has bridged the worlds of high fashion and everyday style better this year than Jake Gyllenhaal. He’s dabbled with trends (tie-dye, loose tailoring) and fallen back on classics (Harrington jackets, fisherman knits). Occasionally he’ll do something flashy, but more often he’ll abide by the fashion rules that govern everybody, not just Hollywood types with clever stylists. The colours suit him, the fits are always right and – importantly – he wears the clothes, they don’t wear him. As menswear gets braver and louder, that’s worth remembering.

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2. Harry Styles Harry Styles is best known for his soft-rock sounds and Jagger-esque dance moves, but in recent years the ex-Directioner has also established himself as one of the bestdressed men in the music industry. Out of the boy-band bubble, these days his wardrobe reflects the switch from pop puppet to viable frontman, with a slew of coloured suits, crushed velvet textures and plenty of IDGAF swag. You can’t bribe the door on your way into a Gucci campaign, you know.

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3. Tom Holland If the mark of a truly well-dressed man lies in the ability to look great in both formal occasions and when dressed down, Tom Holland nails it every time. Part of the omnipresent Marvel Universe, he’s been everywhere, all year, and on both the publicity tour and the red carpet, the web-slinger didn’t have a thread out of place. We’d happily wear the relaxed check trousers he wore to a Spider-Man fan event in Seoul every damn day. Any chance, Tom?

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4. Michael B Jordan Our best-dressed man of 2018 carried his form throughout this year without breaking stride or tweaking the formula (why would you?). The Michael B Jordan winning combo includes fine tonal tailoring and easy-tocopy streetwear looks. No wonder luxury label Coach bagged him as the face. But here’s something that’s not as easy to steal from the Creed star: he seems to have a Mary Poppins-style bag storing an endless collection of incredible coats.

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5. Shia Labeouf Shia Labeouf is undisputed king of the scumbros and would seem, on the surface at least, to be anti-fashion. Don’t fall for it, he knows what he’s doing. The man has been at the forefront of every ‘uncool’ trend in recent years from the return of grunge to wearing hiking gear in the city. This year, though, came something very unexpected. Off-duty, he continued the always-knowingly-underdressed thing but on the red carpet he looked like a modern Don Draper. That doesn’t mean slim suits and tie bars, it’s means wearing very modern tailoring in very modern ways, all the while looking like he’s having a fine time at it.

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6. Chadwick Boseman Chadwick Boseman knows how to wear a suit. Which is a good job, as when he’s not making box office breaking films, he’s usually on the red carpet promoting them. He makes tailoring fun, and does so through wearing audacious silk jacquard dinner jackets, bold colour suits and favouring unusual cuts. And there’s rarely a tie in sight. Boseman is one of the key figures pushing the boundaries of red carpet tailoring, and for this alone, he deserves a place on this list. But he’s also adept at dressing down, favouring as he does slim dark denim, sneakers and some form of lightweight jacket on top. He’s never over-styled, and always looks enviably comfortable in what he’s wearing, which is something we can all aspire to.

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7. A$AP Rocky Hip Hop and clothing have always gone hand-in-hand. But few rappers over the course of time have adopted high fashion with as much vigour as A$AP Rocky. He’s a bold dresser, not afraid of colour, pattern or babushkas, and famously wears everything from Rick Owens to Dior, and Prada to Raf Simons. But then, A$AP Rocky isn’t afraid of anything, not even over-zealous Swedish courts. And this is reflected in the way he wears his clothes. He has enough braggadocio for an entire nation, and his fearless approach means he exudes confidence – there truly is nothing that he couldn’t pull off and he often looks better in designer gear than the models who wear it down the runway. From oversized pink Loewe suits to tie dye, leather jackets to fur, he can do it all.

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8. Timothée Chalamet The fandom is real with Timothée Chalamet. From 60-year-old Ohio mums to teenagers in Korea, there’s something about the Hollywood A-lister that incites frenzy. For some it’s the passionate acting, for others, it’s the cherubic locks. Both are great, but what’s caught our eye the most is his boundary-pushing approach to red carpet dressing. A muse for high fashion genius Haider Ackermann, the designer has pushed the actor into all manner of space-age tailoring this year, while the star was among the first to sport the infamous Louis Vuitton holster. Sure, both, would look an absolute train wreck on 99.9 percent of men, but they look out-of-thisworld on Chalamet. And more importantly, they offer a small glimpse into what men could be wearing ten years from now. Bejewelled holsters at the ready.

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9. Dylan Sprouse It’s a sweet life Dylan Sprouse leads. Not only has the former Disney child star bagged himself a Victoria’s Secret Angel and the sort of bone structure people go under the scalpel for, but he’s also got one of the finest wardrobes around to boot. Luxurious knits, chunky leather jackets, electric tailoring – everything screams expensive and well done. Cut also plays a key part – not too slim so as to accentuate his slender frame – it’s a wider fit that harks back to a classier time. He might only be a hot young thing in Hollywood right now, but he’s dressing like a legend.

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10. Pierce Brosnan To say that Pierce Brosnan (at 66 years of age) was having some sort of second wind would be inaccurate, truth be told he’s been consistently stylish since anyone can remember. Highlights this year include mastering classic suiting, proving that suede bombers look perfectly at home on those past the flushes of youth and making sunglasses worn almost anywhere feel not a jot ostentatious, just achingly cool. Oh and then there’s the expertly styled shock of silver hair which only adds to Brosnan’s timeless appeal. All in all (another) vintage year for the man formerly known as Bond.

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11. Shawn Mendes What had you done by 21? Singer-songwriter Shawn Mendes has had himself three US number-one albums by the age, and all while crafting himself a piece-perfect modern rock and roll style that pays its dues to the past while still feeling fresh today. Tailoring embellished with ritzy touches are his forte – finished off with a pair of Chelsea boots and rock star bling – while Parisian brands Saint Laurent and The Kooples are among his favourite brands, each possessing the slim-fitting monochrome style that has turned the squeaky clean pop idol into one of menswear’s coolest figures.

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12. Donald Glover As one of the world’s most successful multi-hyphenated people, ever, it’s no surprise that Donald Glover’s wardrobe defies neat categorisation, reason or logic. On paper, Glover’s eye-poppingly bold patterned suits, mad flourishes and penchant for going shirtless under tailoring sound like things that render him ineligible for a best dressed man list, but here we are (again) finding ourselves nodding in approval of Glover’s so mad it’s good wardrobe.

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13. David Beckham After some hiccups in the noughties, this decade has seen David Beckham full morph into a seasoned master of menswear and 2019 was testament to Goldenballs’ consistency with (to our knowledge) not one foot put out of place. We’ve had an endless roster of complementary haircuts and the odd addition to an already sizeable collection of tattoos, and as always Mr Beckham came up smelling of roses. For us Beckham was at his best this year at Wimbledon and it’s no exaggeration to say that all other attendees paled in comparison. But he also excelled – as he always does – in smarter casuals like suede bombers and envelope-pushing tailoring from Dior. He’s still got it.

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14. Mark Ronson The release of his new album Late Night Feelings meant that 2019 saw more appearances for Mark Ronson than we’re traditionally accustomed to. As is standard for Ronson, this meant lots of retro-inflected tailoring that stayed far away from the humdrum, it was all brightly coloured, richly textured and always worn with the producer’s trademark insouciance. In fact, we’d even go as far to say that Ronson was a living, breathing rebuttal to those predicting the demise of tailoring at the hands of streetwear.

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15. Nicholas Hoult Nicholas Hoult’s menswear stock has been steadily on the rise for some years now, but this year it reached its peak. Not surprising, given his ability to pull off coloured tailoring is second to none, from a subtle navy dinner suit to a seventies-inspired blue and yellow look and everything in between. Far from a one-trick pony, when he’s not suited and booted you’ll often find him going big on texture with a series of killer suede jackets worn over printed shirts and dark denim. There’s something about this boy.

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16. Brad Pitt Here’s a funny thing: Tyler Durden is way more stylish than Brad Pitt. The actor is a fashion icon but when he’s not wearing a tuxedo, Pitt’s look is comfortable and – how shall we put it? – artfully unkempt. It works because a) he’s impossibly good-looking and b) his many stylish roles feed into his megawatt persona. In spite of all that, he looked bloody good this year, onscreen and off. In Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, he wore the hell out of 60s and 70s outfits comprised of double denim, retro T-shirts, leather jackets and Hawaiian shirts. And on the publicity circuit, he flitted between excellent tailoring and defiantly laid-back looks, including flat caps, slouchy trousers and T-shirts worn over long-sleeve tops. Not many people can do that. Brad Pitt can.

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17. Rami Malek Oscar-winner, Bond villain, style hero. It must really suck to be Rami Malek. He might have lived in hoodies during his breakout role in Mr Robot but off-screen, Malek’s style is a lot more polished. He combines inch-perfect tailoring with a few statement touches thqt wouldn’t look out of place in Mick Jagger’s tour wardrobe. Think bold patterned shirts or the occasional velvet jacket. There’s a certain amount of swagger here but some of the confidence to do it may stem from the fact that he grounds everything he wears with staples like black tailored trousers. That and the fact he’s Rami Malek.

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18. Eddie Redmayne The eternally preppy Eddie Redmayne’s style hasn’t changed much in the last five years, and that’s no bad thing. Done well, preppy style is hard to beat, and Redmayne is head boy. From collegiate-inspired outerwear to sharply tailored suits, the Fantastic Beasts star rarely puts a foot wrong, and gives all the credit to his wife. There’s one way to save on hiring a stylist.

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19. Frank Ocean Frank Ocean is arguably the most individual dresser on this list. But not in a blatant, over the top way. He knows what he likes, and doesn’t pander to brands or trends. This is a man who quietly showed up to Paris Fashion Week wearing a yellow down jacket from relatively unknown Swiss ski brand Mammut, when everyone else was dressed by the designers whose shows they were attending. He went to the Met Gala dressed as a bouncer, in all-black Prada, as he worked as a photographer taking candid snaps for Vogue. He drives BMWs from the 1980s while his contemporaries fight over the latest supercars. He wears deadstock vintage Nikes while everyone else rocks Balenciaga. Most modern celebrities (including many on this list) hire stylists to dress them, which, let’s be honest is cheating. A professional stylist would never advise a client to wear some of the looks Ocean wears, and this is precisely why we rate him so highly. He does his own thing, and this should be celebrated.

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20. Henry Golding Whereas last year saw Henry Golding pique our interest for the first time, this year was Golding’s opportunity to really cement his status as one of the most reliably well-dressed men on the planet, which he took and smashed. Sure, leading man looks and effervescent charm certainly helped, but natural gifts aside, Golding’s dress sense showed an impressive reverence for the importance of making sure that everything fits impeccably. His numerous forays into tailoring saw all of the classics ticked off with aplomb (read: velvet, black tie) but he also showed he’s a dab hand at more eye-catching looks with bright red and pale grey colour block looks working particularly well.

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21. Zac Efron Zac Efron’s hair had almost as big a year as the man himself. Rocking a shocking white bleach at the start of the year (and somehow pulling it off), Efron had our attention long before his role as serial killer Ted Bundy got everyone talking. When you’re this annoyingly good-looking, you can afford to take risks with your style, but what we like about the way Efron dresses is that it’s not at all try-hard. He leans on classics like denim jackets, shearling coats and slim-fit two-pieces. There’s a lot of experimentation in menswear right now, and that’s great, but here’s a reminder that for a lot of guys, the old ones are still the best.

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22. Mahershala Ali When Mahershala Ali won his second Oscar at the 2019 awards ceremony, he accepted the gong wearing what is best described as a formal beanie. The fact that he looked elegant and not ridiculous as he did so will tell you plenty about how well this man can dress. In a year when he also headlined True Detective and landed the role of Blade in the MCU, his style has been all about quiet swagger. He looks as sharp in double denim as he does in red-carpet tailoring, but it’s the latter that got us rubbernecking this year. With micron-accurate cuts, interesting colours and offbeat accessories, he proved that the suit is still a long way from dead.

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23. Odell Beckham Jr American sports and menswear haven’t always co-existed seamlessly. Google ‘NBA Draft 2003’ and witness some of the worst tailoring you’ll ever see. Lebron James, one of the game’s most stylish players today, is dressed as an inflated marshmallow. Odell Beckham Jr was only 11 years old at this time though, and his generation grew up in an altogether different fashion landscape. By the time the NFL wide receiver was himself drafted in 2014, fashion was already at the forefront of American athlete’s minds. He wore a slim-fit, windowpane suit with a bow tie, pocket square and attention-grabbing diamond watch. Today, things have moved on again and Beckham Jr is one of the league’s more fashion-forward players.

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24. Tyler The Creator While his style is pretty out-there, Tyler the Creator actually toned things down in 2019. He’s gone big on knitwear, with cardigans and sleeveless sweaters featuring heavily. There was of course his pastel-laden collaboration with Lacoste, one of the highlights being the pink mohair-style cardigan which he wore to the French Open. It was a big year on the whole though for the Cali native – his 2019 album Igor saw him tour the world, with his alter-ego character breaking out innumerable brightly coloured suits, and that blonde wig. Take away the wig though, and those suits work surprisingly well. Simply styled, most often with white Dr Martens on the feet, it’s just another example of tailoring’s big comeback. Elsewhere, Tyler continued his take on preppy casual – often dressing like something between Carlton from Fresh Prince and a skatewear Arnold Palmer, and it works. Tyler has always subverted notions of what you expect a rapper to dress like, and that’s why he’s cool.

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25. Troye Sivan You can’t go anywhere at the moment without hearing Troye Sivan’s name echoing off the wall. Not surprising really, it’s been a big year for the South African–born Aussie lad who found himself thrust further into the spotlight thanks to a role opposite Nicole Kidman and Russell Crowe and a Golden Globe nomination for Boy Erased. The endless photocalls have given him a chance to show us all what he’s made of in the style department, and we like what we see. That being an expert blend of structured tailoring and floaty statement shirts, plenty of colour and just a dash of gender-bending make-up.

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INTERVIEWED BY FAMI

MAY HAMID

I had the opportunity to have a chat with May Hamid the founder of Argan Liquid Gold, a luxury beauty brand that uses 100% organic and natural Argan Oil and 24-carat gold to produce an outstanding skincare range, which provides anti-aging benefits. British Moroccan entrepreneur is an expert facialist with more than 20 years of expertise in the beauty business. She talks us through her journey and inspiration for the brand and shares her makeup routine and so much more.

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FA: First of all thank you, May for being on JAMO. Please tell us about yourself? MH: I am a mother of five, my eldest is 27 and the youngest is 12 years old. I’m a passionate mother and love everything beautiful. Skincare and beauty are my forte and I have spent years researching skincare. I was born in England to Moroccan parents originating from the Berber mountains where the Argan tree is found. FA: What interested you to step into the world of beauty? MH: I always loved having great skin. I completed many courses which enhanced my skills as a makeup artist and facialist. Whilst offering my services to women in the UK, I saw first-hand, the various skin issues people were suffering from. I saw how they invested in various skincare brands to help repair their skin or hide imperfections and failed to achieve either. This is where the idea of Argan Liquid Gold was born. I wanted to create a range of products, packed with the highest performing active ingredients and real skin healing properties, to give women around the world, the answers they have all been looking for.

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FA: What inspired you to create your skincare range Argan liquid gold? MH: The inspiration to create my own brand came from years of trying other products and comparing them to the natural Argan Oil I was using since childhood. I saw many other brands using 1% Argan Oil or even less and claiming their products were Argan based. I had this special ingredient at my fingertips and had to step forward to show the world what 100% Argan Oil is and how great it is for the skin. FA: You started your career as a makeup artist then became a beauty expert, have you ever thought of launching your makeup line? MH: We have already launched a groundbreaking BB Cream which is a makeup product packed with skin healing properties. All other BB Creams are matched to your skin color, a very tedious task, whereas Argan Liquid Gold’s Multi-Tone BB Cream matches every skin tone! It is truly amazing and most people can’t believe the results. As for other makeup products, we are currently working on a few concepts which focus on ingredients that allow the skin to breathe. Watch this space!


FA: What makes Argan liquid gold different from the rest of the skincare products? MH: Argan Liquid Gold is different in every way. We source ingredients ethically, our ingredients are groundbreaking and include percentages that other brands could only dream of. We did not spare any cost in creating the products we have and included 24 Carat Gold to enhance the beautification of the skin. Our Argan Oil is the purest form available and we are proud to say that no farmers were paid poorly for their work in helping to create our range. All our packaging and bottling takes place in the UK under the highest regulations resulting in a truly amazing range of products that address all skincare routines. FA: As a beauty expert, what is your greatest weakness? MH: I have a tendency to analyze people’s skin at first glance! It is a passion I can’t put to the back of my mind. I do try to avoid giving advice unless asked but this doesn’t always happen!

FA: What is the advice you give to people for skincare? MH: You are what you eat! Diet is important as well as a strict daily skincare regime which should only take 5 minutes, twice a day. Your skin starts way before your makeup, address your concerns, don’t hide them with makeup. FA: Did you know early on in your career that you wanted to create your own line? MH: No, this was a direct result of using products on my clients and getting no results. I had to do something to fix this. FA: For your personal makeup routine, do you have favorites you use on a regular basis or do you switch around all the time? MH: I personally like the natural look and prefer minimal makeup. I always apply our Multi-Tone BB Cream for a flawless look with a little blusher and a touch of eyeliner. On most days I only use Argan Liquid Gold’s Rejuvenating Day Cream and Argan Liquid Gold’s Nature’s Luxury Beauty Oil (Argan Oil).

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FA: What advice would you give young girls for starting out who’s thinking about creating her or his own Beauty line? MH: Be brave, be bold and never give up. Think outside the box and innovate with your products. Shifting gears, we’d love to know about your skincare routine and what products you use. My personal skincare routine is very simple. I start the day by cleansing and toning my skin with Argan Liquid Gold 2 in 1 Foaming Cleanser, I then apply Nature’s Luxury Beauty Oil on my damp skin and allow it to absorb into my skin. I then apply Argan Liquid Gold’s Rejuvenating Day Cream. In the evening I use Argan Liquid Gold’s 2 in 1 Cleanser to remove all impurities. Every second or third day I then use Argan Liquid Gold’s Gentle Exfoliator, leaving it on for 20 minutes. I always finish off with Argan Oil and then the Restorative Night Cream which I leave on all night, allowing it to repair my skin while sleeping. FA: Was your mum mindful of taking care of her skin, Did you learn good skin care habits early on? MH: My mum is also a beautician so the answer is Yes! She taught us from a very young age to cleanse and tone and to always use Argan Oil on damp skin morning and night. FA: And did I miss something that you would like to add? MH: I want people to focus more on skincare. Makeup is a big craze but your skin needs to breathe and be healthy. Use products that help repair your skin. FA: Finally, what’s your message for jamo readers? MH: Skincare is like dieting, you have to invest your time and effort and the results will become apparent in no time!

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These Will Be the 6 Biggest Hair Trends to Try This Spring Spring is a time for fresh beginnings, and nothing refreshes your look quite like a new hairdo. Luckily, the S/S 20 runways were rife with hair inspiration, giving us a glimpse into the biggest hair trends that are set to be all over our Insta feeds in just a few months. According to the runways, retro ‘70s styles will reign supreme, braided pigtails will be our new go-to paired with work suits (yes, they’re all grown up), deep side parts are a must, and out-of-the-ordinary pearl and crystal embellishments will unquestionably add a pretty, of-the-moment touch for all your spring soirées.

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1. Wet-Hair Look

Chic and shiny slicked-back hair was prevalent on the spring runways, seen everywhere from Chanel to Lanvin and Carolina Herrera. The fierce style can easily be achieved no matter your hair length. All you need is a generous amount of hair gel combed through from root to tip with a fine-tooth comb or boar-bristle brush, a glossing spray, and a shine-enhancing hair spray to hold it all together.

2. ‘70s-Inspired

The ‘70s made a huge mark on the runways, and hair unquestionably got the retro touch too. From textured shaggy waves at Celine to afros at Chanel, think back to the era for inspo but with a modern touch.

3. Deep Side Parts

It’s time to try a razor-sharp side part in 2020. We saw deep side parts on just about every spring runway. At Chanel, they were slicked back; at Tory Burch, they were inspired by Princess Diana’s locks; and at Michael Kors, hair was free-flowing.

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Dakota Lotus can currently be seen as Cooper on Disney’s Coop & Cami Ask the World. Dakota spoke with me about the entertainment industry, what it’s like being on Coop & Cami Ask the World, his favorite episodes, and his future goals.

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FA: So Dakota, for those who aren’t familiar with you tell them about yourself? DL: My name is Dakota Lotus, I’m 15 years old, I’m a musician, and I play Cooper in Disney’s “Coop and Cami Ask The World!” I am really passionate about animal rights and the environment! FA: Tell us about your character in Disney’s “Coop And Cami”? DL: Cooper is a kindhearted, generous, loyal, and funny kid who loves and cares about his family and Would you Rather live stream! FA: What is your favorite episode from Coop and Cami? DL: One of my favorite episodes of Coop & Cami is Would you Rather sing or fly where I first joined Charlotte’s a cappella group the Glamtronics! I got to sing a cappella and fly on a jet pack in the same episode!!!

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FA: What can we expect from the upcoming episodes? DL: You can expect some new and crazy fun Would you Rathers. There is also a lot more music from Charlotte and Cooper’s a cappella group the Glamtronics! FA: You have been acting professionally, what do you think has been the best part of stepping into the industry this young? DL: The best part of acting professionally for me is having the opportunity to grow as an actor, perfect my craft every day, as well as discovering how much I love it more and more every day! FA: Who are some people you look up to in the industry? DL: Some of my greatest inspirations are Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Chris Pratt, and Gaten Matarazzo!


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FA: What role has been your favorite so far and who are you looking forward to playing in the future? Is there any specific genre you’d like to tap into? DL: So far Cooper is definitely my favorite character I’ve played! I would love to tap into more drama and action! FA: What are you most excited for your fans to see with Coop and Cami? DL: I am super excited for Coop & Cami fans to meet all the new characters and be ready for some awesome and crazy fun Would you Rathers! FA: What are you most excited about in the future? DL: I’m very excited to share my new music and new upcoming projects! FA: Lastly, what’s your message for JAMO readers? DL: Stay true to who you are and never let anything get you down, persevere and never give up!

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Hallea Jones INTERVIEWED BY FAMI

Born in Toronto, actor, singer and songwriter, Hallea Jones, stars in Netflix’s LOCKE & KEY as Eden Hawkins– the “it” girl who does her own browbeating of the show’s leads. Hallea talks about acting and what she loves most about her job and character.

FA: First of all thank you, Hallea for being on JAMO. Please tell us about yourself? HJ: Thanks for having me! I’m a big city girl from Toronto, Canada. I focus mainly on music while I’m not acting, and love to paint. I’m overall a very creative person and get a bit stir crazy if I don’t have a creative outlet - which is what’s nice about music - I can do it anytime and anywhere!

FA: Tell me about your character in Netflix’s Locke and Keys? HJ: I play Eden Hawkins - “Matheson’s finest”. She’s the queen bee at school and is instantly skeptical about the new kids at school - especially Kinsey. Over the course of the show though, we see her open up more and, well, you have to watch the show to see how her story really takes a turn!

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FA: What do you like the most about your character? HJ: She’s fun! Even though she says some pretty cruel things, she has very bubbly energy. FA: Who is your favorite character on the show? HJ: Am I allowed to say, Eden? FA: Do you personally are a fan of horror movies and shows? HJ: Definitely not! I hate horror! FA: What’s your favorite episode from the “Locke and Keys” series? HJ: Episode 5 and 10! You’ll have to watch and tell me what you think! FA: How does working on this show different from the other projects you’ve worked on? HJ: This was my first big role so I was able to be a part of the production family and get to know the cast and crew really well. FA: What is your favorite scene in the series? HJ: Cafe scene, Episode 5! Or something without me, the shadow monster scene, episode 10!!! It is just SO SO SO cool!

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FA: Have you always been into acting growing up? HJ: Yeah! I started in school plays but didn’t get into it professionally until a few years ago. It wasn’t until the popular TV Show Degrassi came to my high school to host an open audition when I realized I could do this for a living. I haven’t looked back since. FA: What is the most rewarding part of your work? HJ: The friendships that I have created and made my family proud. FA: What kind of roles do you like or would like to play and why? HJ: I would love to break the stereotypical mold of blonde characters and really hop into the more thrilling and dark work. I think playing a spy or lawyer would be cool! FA: And did I miss something that you would like to add? HJ: Follow my socials! @halleajones on everything FA: Finally, what’s your message for Jamo readers? HJ: Remember: kindness always gets you to better places than negativity and cruelty ever will!


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MAD ABOUT MATTE

6 Tips to Flawlessly Apply Matte Lipstick Like a Pro Flawlessly applying matte lipstick is, like any makeup technique, a skill. It requires patience, a steady hand and (until you get the hang of it) tools to fix an inevitable slip-up. But perfect matte lipstick is not impossible, and once you get the hang of it, you’ll love the way a bold lip color can completely change your makeup look. With that in mind, we’ve rounded up our best tips for applying matte lipstick — we’re sure you’ll be a pro in no time. Tip 1: Use a Good Lip Scrub The key to a flawless matte lip is a smooth canvas, which is why we recommend scrubbing your lips before applying the lip product of your choice. For an affordable, effective option, we recommend the L’Oréal Pure Sugar Smooth and Glow Grapeseed Lip Scrub, an ultra-soft sugar scrub that gently exfoliates. It also contains lip-loving oils like acai and monoi, which moisturize your lips prior to lipstick application.

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Tip 2: Apply a Hydrating Lip Balm If your lip scrub doesn’t offer added moisture, we recommend using a nourishing lip balm like Kiehl’s Lip Balm #1, which helps protect lips from cold weather and creates a smooth canvas for application. The cult-fave option will run you $10 and is absolutely worth the money.


Tip 3: Grab a Smooth Lip Liner One of the hardest parts of applying matte lipstick is staying in the lines, which is why lip liner is the real MVP. Opt for a smooth option that doesn’t skip like NYX Professional Makeup Suede Matte Lip Liner and apply by following the natural shape of your lips. For a lusher pout, slightly overline to create a contoured look before filling in with a complementary shade. Tip 4: Use a Lipstick Brush for Extra Precision A lipstick brush is the easiest way to ensure you achieve a flawless matte lip. Use an easy-tocarry option like IT Brushes For Ulta Essential Retractable Lip Brush, a cruelty-free brush that you can bring everywhere. The small-tapered tip is ideal for even application, especially when applying a bullet lipstick that can be more difficult to control. Tip 5: Use the Tip L’Oréal Pure Sugar Smooth and Glow If you’re using a fresh bullet of lipstick or a Grapeseed Lip liquid lipstick, use the pointed edge of the apScrub, plicator to outline your lips before filling them in. This is a great hack if you’re out of lip liner or need to apply on the go. One of our favorite formulas is the Maybelline New York Super Stay Matte Ink, a no-budge formula that’ll last through virtually anything you put it through. The newest shades include the deep fuchsia Savant and mauve-y-purple Mover. You can also opt for a pigmented, more satin-finish formula like the NYX Professional Makeup Shout Loud Lipstick. Tip 6: Conceal Your Mistakes If you need to hide an uneven application, use a lip brush and concealer for a crisp finish. We recommend using a thicker, full-coverage concealer for this to ensure the formula stays in place. One of our favorite options is the NYX Professional Can’t Stop Won’t Stop Concealer that comes in 24 shades.

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Madeline Lauer Interview By Fami Photo By Chase Stockman

Singer and songwriter Madeline Lauer have never failed to impress us with her style and vintage vibe. She has never done things the usual way, she becomes an artist to live the dream and inspire people, all while conquering the music industry. Madeline recently released her album “Morning Honey” and she released the song called “Other People” which is out and the music video is not your ordinary music video, it is a short film which is something very unique and beautiful, Her songs are sweet and intimate but packed with emotion over a nostalgic groove and blending the lines between relaxed pop, alternative, and R&B, she’s falling into a different lane that is all her own.

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FA: First of all thank you, May for being on JAMO. Please tell us about yourself? ML: Thank you so much for having me. I am a singer/songwriter, writer, and actress from Los Angeles. FA: So Madeline tell me about your song “Other People”? ML: The song is basically about being with someone who you are so into that you are blind to everyone else around you. We’ve all been on those dates where it’s not about what you are doing or where you are, it’s just the best time because of who you are with. That’s the feeling I was going off of when I wrote it. FA: I love how it is a short film, who came up with this unique idea? ML: The director, Chad Schollmeyer, approached me about doing a concept he’d had under his belt for a while. He had an idea for a music video in which a crazy girl kills her boyfriend and his new lover and then buries them in the desert. I love horror movies, so I jumped at the chance to do it, but the more I sat with the idea, the more I wanted to expand on it. I knew right away that I wanted to include my friend Rawan who is an actress. We thought it would be fun to trick the audience a bit more and have us play a devious pair that actually kills the guy together. The story kind of took on a life of its own from there and the next thing you know, we had a short film.

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FA: What was the inspiration behind it? ML: You would have to ask chad what inspired the original concept. But for me, I’ve always wanted to be an actress alongside a recording artist. I had been thinking for a long time about marrying the two and it was like divine timing when Chad approached me with his concept. He originally wanted me and my boyfriend to be in an abusive relationship. It felt a bit off-brand for me, so I wanted to make it a bit more female-empowering. That’s when I asked Rawan for some help and it unfolded from there. FA: Favorite line from the song “Other People”? ML: “We’re wrapped up in honey that’s bittersweet” FA: What are your upcoming projects that we should keep an eye on? ML: I am working on another album that I’m really excited about. I have had these songs written for a while and it’s driving me crazy having them all to myself! I can’t wait to share them.


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FA: Your music videos always have such a good artistic and vintage sorta vibe to it, is that something you like? ML: I am 100% a vintage girl. From furniture to jewelry to magazines and clothes. I find that everything is a bit more unique when its vintage. FA: Talking about vintage, who are your icons from the ‘60s? ML: From the 60s, I would say, Diana Ross, Cher, and Edie Sedgwick. FA: Have you always been into music growing up? ML: Always. I have been singing since I could talk. Although no one in my family is a musician like me, my house was always full of music growing up.

FA: Who are your musical inspirations? Aaliyah and Amy Winehouse. FA: Describe your music in words? ML: Sensual, simple, warm. FA: Artists, that you would want to collaborate in the future? ML: Miguel, Brent Fiyaz, Justin Bieber FA: Finally, what’s your message for jamo readers? ML: Keep an eye out for more creations! A lot is coming in 2020 xo

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MASTER DEWY SKIN WITH 6 STEPS Dewy makeup is possible without that Instagrammable golden-hour light. Considering that most of us don’t #wakeuplikethis, the enviable effect can be created with the right makeup products and techniques to keep it glowy and not greasy. Here are a few key tips and products that will make getting your glow on a whole lot easier.

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STEP 1: Prime Time Prepping your skin with a matte primer (not an illuminating one) is key, as you’ll want to create the perfect canvas for this glowing look. Because you’ll be skipping setting powder altogether for this look, you need something to prevent shine and oil overload like the Urban Decay All Nighter Face Primer. This formula is slip-free and guarantees that your makeup will last for hours. STEP 2: Foundation Now’s the time to get dewy. Grab an illuminating, lightweight foundation like the NYX Professional Born To Glow! Radiant Foundation and apply it to your face, using a damp beauty sponge. This will allow the makeup to go on light and smooth. If you need to cover any spots or blemishes, use a cream concealer and blend well into the skin. STEP 3: Blush When going for natural, luminous skin, there are two things to keep in mind with blush: don’t go overboard and blend well. Remember, you are going for a naturally flushed look, so grab a peach cream-based blush like the Nudestix Nudies Blush in Sunset Strip and apply it to the apples of your cheeks. Blend well with your fingers or beauty sponge.

STEP 4: Finishing Touch Give your face one last glowing touch. Grab an illuminating powder and lightly dust your face to set the look. Make sure the powder is shimmery and not glittery, as you want to avoid anything that will make you look oily — the NYX Professional Makeup High Glass Finishing Powder is our favorite. STEP 5: Complete With a Glossy Pout Top off your look with a glossy lip. Just a few swipes of Urban Decay Vice Lip Chemistry Glossy Stain will leave your pout dewy, shiny and ready to go. STEP 6: Set It Dewy To finish the dewy look from top to bottom, spritz your face with the NYX Professional Makeup Radiant Finish Setting Spray. This will leave your makeup looking radiant but shine-free.

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April Issue 2020. Welcome To Our 64 issue. Featuring Singer and Songwriter Madeliné Lauer on the cover and her exclusive interview and this...

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April Issue 2020. Welcome To Our 64 issue. Featuring Singer and Songwriter Madeliné Lauer on the cover and her exclusive interview and this...

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