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The Lounge NEXT Artists Beauty Lounge Journal

EDITION #2 SPRING / SUMMER FASHION WEEK 2015


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

CONTRIBUTORS PAGE 4

SWAG BAG PAGES 6-7

A LOOK BACK PAGES 8-13

RITA ORA PAGES 14-15

BRAZILIAN GOLD PAGES 16-21

GINA EPPOLITO SIGNS WITH NEXT PAGES 22-23

NEXT S/S 2015 SHOWPACKAGE LINK PAGE 24

SHERI TERRY ON QVC PAGE 30

DAVID LOPEZ ON QVC PAGE 31

ARIZONA MUSE IS MISS VOGUE PAGES 28-29

MEET THE ARTISTS

BINX FOR CHANEL PAGES 32-33

SHANNON GREY WILLIAMS INTERVIEW PAGES 34-35

GRACE FOR SAINT LAURENT PAGES 36-37

MEET THE ARTISTS OF NEXT MODELS PAGES 40-43

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Next Artists Gina Duckworth / GinaD@nextmodels.com Melinda Barnes / MelindaB@nextmodels.com THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS!

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Gina Duckworth – Editor in Chief

Gina Duckworth, Director of Next Artists. The agency’s roster includes: hairstylists, makeup artists, fashion stylists, prop stylists, manicurists, photographers, film directors, tailors and art directors. In September, 2013 Gina launched the Next Artists Fashion Week Beauty Lounge and “The Lounge” magazine. She divides her time between NYC and Litchfield, CT with her husband, Alexander, and their children Henry, Charlotte, Aubrey, and Sebastian.

Brad Triffitt – Photographer

Brad Triffit is an Australian fashion photographer. He began his career in fashion as a design student at the highly regarded Australian Fashion Design Studio in Sydney. “It was flicking through the pages of Vogue in class that I discovered the art of fashion photography and decided that maybe this was the direction I wanted to go in.” After graduating from the Fashion Design Studio in 2006, Brad moved into the photography world assisting some of Australia’s top fashion photographers before moving to New York in 2010 to shoot professionally. Brad’s love for photography and his trained eye in fashion together have made him one of the top young photographers working in the industry today.

Marysol Ortiz – Fashion Stylist

Marysol Ortiz is a Fashion Stylist with a specialty in commercial advertising. Being in the industry for 17 years she also has experience in personal styling/image consulting, music videos, editorials, production and still life. As a native New Yorker she has had the privilege of being raised in the Fashion Capital of the world. Growing up in the 80s and 90s she developed a diverse sense of style and has the ability to identify with different brands making them visually appealing to the client and consumer. Given the chance to express her vision through style, Marysol loves what she does and is always looking forward to new ways of bringing creativity to her work.

Sheri Terry – Makeup Artist

Sheri Darlyn Terry, born and raised in the Lone Star State, found her fascination and appreciation of make-up and hair at a very early age. First exploring these interests in the spotlight, acting and modeling took her to Europe, and it’s here she acquired her “hands on” education in the beauty industry. After realizing her passion as an artist was in the crafting of beauty, she moved to New York to pursue a career as a make-up and hair artist. Whether the work was for editorials, fashion shows, or advertising campaigns, Sheri took every opportunity to learn and hone her craft. From her efforts emerged her own visual aesthetic and personal style. Shery currently works in Manhattan and Los Angeles.

Vassilis Kokkindis – Hair Stylist

Vassilis Kokkindis was born in Walniel, Germany. After moving to Greece with is family, he started working as a hair stylist. It was just a few years later when Vassilis was requested to work for his first editorial shoot for Greek Harper’s Bazaar magazine. Vassilis likes to take his inspiration from a mix of everyday people and cultures. He describes his style as unique, progressive, edgy and modern. Vassilis’s work is published regularly in the following magazines: Elle, Marie Claire, Vogue Hellas, Elle Mexico, Vogue Mexico, Allure, In Style,and GQ. His clients include J Crew, Talbots, Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, and Ann Taylor. Vasillis is currently based in the NYC area and divides his time between Athens, Paris, and Milan.

Damien Neva – Social Media

The Spring 2015 ready-to-wear season will be Damien’s second season at Next since joining the agency in October of 2013 where he handles social media company wide. Damien has nearly 15 years experience working in fashion during which time he has worked for Calvin Klein, Ford, and Wilhelmina. He holds a bachelor of arts in English literature from the University of Detroit Mercy and a master of arts in humanities and social thought from New York University. Damien lives with his wife and daughter in Brooklyn.

Savion James-Marcelle – Art Director

At 19 years old, Savion received his bachelors degree in Digital Arts & Design from Full Sail University. Being one of the three chosen to present his academic work at Full Sail’s Graduate Showcase, a major accomplishment for any Full Sail student graduating from the DAD program, came with another achievement as Full Sail announced Savion to be its June 28th 2013 valedictorian of the DAD graduating class. Once an intern, turned employee, he now works for Next Model Management dealing with some of the company’s in house design work. Outside of Next Model Management, Savion has been working on his personal branding Savi Designs, along with taking on a few freelance projects. 4

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BABOR Derma Cellular Collagen Booster Cream Solid ($158.00) “This velvety cream smooths on easily & absorbs quickly to plump & lift the skin from the inside out. It creates younger looking skin that glows without the pinch of a needle!” – Shannon Grey Williams, Makeup Artist

Brazil Bronze Luxury Dermabrasion Glow Bar ($21.00) “This dermabrasion soap removes dead skin cells while moisturizing your skin leaving your limbs feeling exfoliated and hydrated.” – “The Lounge”, Editor

ESSIE Dress To Kilt & Style Cartel Nail Polish ($8.50) “I bet you’ll feel like a smooth and sexy criminal when your tips are locked up in these shades. Dressed to Kilt and Style Cartel are sure to keep you on the lam and in style for fall.” – “The Lounge”, Editor

TATTLY Designy Temporary Tattoos in Metallic ($5.00) “Nothing like a metallic tattoo to bring you back to those childhood days only this time you ink up in style, temporarily of course!” – “The Lounge”, Editor

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JOUER Moisturizing Lip Gloss ($20.00) “I love the texture of the Jouer Moisturizing Lip Gloss. It goes on smooth and not sticky -which is always a plus. There are so many great bright colors and sheer colors to choose from!” – Francisca Saavedra, Hair and Makeup Artist on Jouer


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Here’s A Sneak Peak At What Beauty Lounge Guests Will Be Taking Home With Them This Season. Living Proof Flex Hairspray ($24.00) “ON SET – it’s a great way to softly set any heat work, but still be brushable no matter how much I use throughout the day. Adds a nice light shine as well as soft hold. AT HOME – it’s my EVERYTHING! I use it on my wet hair as a lightweight volumizer and adds hold, but yet I don’t feel like my hair feels stiff or tacky. I love to take it when I travel because it’ll be the only styling product I pack. Amen!” – Sheri Terry, Living Proof Spokesperson and Next Hair & Makeup Artist

Living Proof Instant Texture ($26.00) “ON SET – this is a new to my arsenal...And I LOVE IT! Unlike salty, gritty sea sprays, hair stays supple. It still gives a nice grip to the hair and adds some volume. VERY versatile for our jobs. AT HOME – when I want to add more oomph than flex, but still have it feel really natural I blow dry it in on wet hair. Then I love to spritz after I’ve styled to make it more tousled. Another way I use it is I’ll spray it in, air dry, then brush it out and scrunch in more for beachy. Ta da!!” – Sheri Terry, Living Proof Spokesperson and Next Hair & Makeup Artist

VOGA Italia Sparkling Mini Wine ($5.99) “The perfect drink to bring to your favorite BYOB! This sparkling mini offers wine lovers a taste of bubbly in a portable size.” – “The Lounge”, Editor

T3 Source Showerhead ($130.00) “T3 Source Shower Filters remove 95% of chlorine from shower water and have proven health and beauty benefits for hair and skin. I recommend it to all my clients, especially those who have dry, dmanaged skin or hair or who color their hair.” – “The Lounge”, Editor

BABOR Derma Cellular Ultimate eye Perfecting roller ball ($126.00) “Compact, effective and fast results in de-puffing, hydrating and brightening those dark under-eye circles. The ultimate product to carry with you at all times!” – Leah Bennett, Makeup Artist

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RITA ORA FOR ROBERTO CAVALLI FALL 2014

NEXT BLOG POST — A certain campaign is a little more than an hour public and it is already the toast of social media. That’s right, the Roberto Cavalli Fall 2014 campaign featuring Rita Ora has racked up thousands of likes, favorites, and whatever superlatives apps-come-lately accumulate. No stranger to the brand, Rita was famously pictured luxuriating aboard the Roberto Cavalli yacht at Festival de Cannes 2014 in May. Steam ahead to the second Tuesday in July and the campaign by photographer Francesco Carrozzini is now live and what a beauty it is. Rita 14 www.nextmanagement.com

so clearly captures the spirit of the Roberto Cavalli brand and looks a certainty to garner thousands and thousands of likes, favorites, and more throughout the coming months. — By: Damien Neva; Published: July 8th 2014 Credits Include: Client, Roberto Cavalli; Campaign, Fall 2014; Photography, Francesco Carrozzini. Rita Ora Video Link

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BRAZILIAN Photography By BRAD TRIFFITT Styling By MARYSOL ORTIZ Makeup By SHERI TERRY using Makeup Forever Hair By VASSILIS KOKKINIDIS using Shu Uemura The Art of Hair

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Credits Include: Photographer, Brad Triffitt; Stylist, Marysol Ortiz; Hair Vassilis Kokkinidis using Shu Uemura The Art of Hair; Makeup, Sheri Terry using Makeup Forever; Model, Lary Arcanjo from NEXT New York; Swinwear, American Apparel (all); Jewelry, Manon Jewelry ; Shoes, Christian Louboutin. 18 www.nextmanagement.com


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Next Artists Signs Gina Eppolito — Manicurist NEXT BLOG POST — As of July 2014, Next Artists added Gina Eppolito to its already impressive roster of talent manicurist. Gina boasts a distinguished list of celebrities with whom she has worked including Sarah Jessica Parker (top right picture) Rihanna (bottom right picture), Jennifer Connolly, Drew Barrymore, Tina Fey, Amy Adams, and many more. Gina recently manicured Arizona Muse for the Fragrance Foundation Awards last month in New York. Welcome to Next, Gina! — By: Damien Neva; Published: July 10th 2014

Please visit nextmanagement.com to see Gina’s portfolio in full.


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ARIZONA FOR VOGUE 7 TIMES

NEXT BLOG POST — Not since the days of Allied mobilization in the 1940s has the image of women in industrial manufacturing shown so vividly. There is a tangible masculine-feminine tension at the heart of women clad in heavy denim and leather workwear, which is explored in the pages of the August 2014 issue of Vogue Paris featuring Arizona Muse photographed by Mark Segal. Titled “Working Girl,” this Géraldine Saglio-styled story plunges full-steam into the world of women in the workshop and lets the

sparks fly. A lumberjack-checked mechanic jacket from the Rag & Bone Fall 2014 collection (pictured) perhaps best captures the thrust of the story especially when accessorized with OSHA-rated hearing protection and thick work gloves. At the heart of the editorial, however is the face of Estée Lauder, Arizona Muse, working girl par excellence. — By: Damien Neva; Published July 22nd 2014 www.nextmanagement.com 31


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S H ER I T ER R Y

SHERI TERRY TO REPRESENT LIVING PROOF ON QVC Next Artist Sheri Terry can be seen regularly on QVC as the Spokesperson for Living Proof and serves as its Director of Artistry and Education. She works closely with the Living Proof scientists and team of top stylists inventing new beauty solutions that keep their promises and deliver undeniable results. This unique hair care and beauty company peaked the interest of actress Jennifer Aniston who is a co-owner. With over 20 years of experience in the 32 www.nextmanagement.com

beauty, editorial and advertising world, Sheri brings fun and excitement to a large television viewership. Sheri has over 20 years of experience in the beauty, editorial and advertising worlds. She not only brings fun and excitement to her television viewership, but is a sought after beauty expert translating the trends on her latest photo shoot. A native of Texas, Sheri has traveled the world shooting in exotic locations from Europe to Africa.


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DA V I D L O P EZ

DAVID LOPEZ TO REPRESENT T3 HAIR TOOLS ON QVC Program note — Hair stylist David Lopez (Next Artists) represented T3 Hair Tools on QVC during Friday Night Beauty on 6 June 2014. The two-hour program showcased the best there is to offer in hair and beauty and truly has an expert in David. The program aired on QVC for Friday

Night Beauty Friday June 6th 2014 from 22:00 - 00:00 EDT and Friday June 13th 2014 from 20:00 - 22:00 EDT. Please visit qvc.com to check out David Lopez showcasing his skills via live television.

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BINX FOR CHANEL FALL 2014 NEXT BLOG POST — This week’s headlines have been rightly dominated by the couture collections being shown in Paris and the countless parties and related social engagements eddying in their wake. Chanel as is its wont captured many of those column inches (and their digital equivalent) with its Tuesday morning show and stayed in the news for the rest of the week by dint of social media. Less than 24 hours ago the brand promoted a glimpse from backstage at the Grand Palais in the form of a photograph of a phalanx of couture models standing at attention with their profiles to the camera. Prominent amongst the models is none other Binx, which when viewed in

light of the house’s Fall 2014 advertising campaign hardly seems a coincidence. The reason is simple, photographed as ever by the man himself, Karl Lagerfeld, the campaign stars Binx. Shot inside a boxing gym, the campaign packs a considerable punch, a straight knock-out that will likely echo long after the ringside bell has gone mute. Making the news is something Chanel does on the daily and with Binx at the heart of the fall advertising that media cycle is likely going to intensify all the more. Credits Include: Client, Chanel; Campaign, Fall 2014; Photography, Karl Lagerfeld. www.nextmanagement.com 35


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SHANNON GREY WILLIAMS’S BEAUTY TIPS ON REFINERY29

INTERVIEW — Shannon Grey Williams

What’s your go-to summer fragrance?

How would you describe your personal beauty style?

“I have been wearing Krazy Krizia all year round since 1992!”

“Simple, clean, elegant beauty. Even if I am ‘putting on my face,’ I love to keep it simple and bring out one feature at a time. Or, adding a little something unexpected but not overwhelming — like metallic eyeliner.”

What are the top five items you always stash in your makeup bag? “Shu Uemura’s Eyelash Curler will always be my favorite. I’m a self-professed mascara junky — so I always apply two layers of Maybelline mascara. Make Up Forever’s Face & Body Liquid Foundation is super light and provides fantastic coverage and super long wearing. I’m also hooked on NARS’ The Multiple Cream Blush Stick in G-Spot. Diorskin’s Forever Compact Powder is super light and keeps the shine down, but it’s never cakey.” 36 www.nextmanagement.com

What’s your trick for melt-proof makeup for NYC summers? “You still need to moisturize, but I find a lighter moisturizer works better in the summer. Make sure it has an SPF in the formula — I love the First Aid Beauty 5 in 1 Face Cream with SPF 30. “Use less makeup. If you are feeling a bit naked, try boosting your glow with some self-tanner. I use the Tarte Self Tanner, it has a tint so I can see that I am applying evenly. More cream products and less powder products: Cream formula blushes and eyeshadows won’t crease or cake like powder formulas when the sweating starts. Use waterproof mascara if you must, but a couple coats of waterproof over a regular formula often help keep the raccoon eyes away, and it’s easier to remove. If the sweat starts to drip, blot papers are great. Just blot — don’t rub — and your face will stay intact.”


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What’s your favorite drugstore/bargain product?

What’s the next big trend in beauty?

“Again, I am a lash junky — I love Maybelline’s Lash Discovery Mascara. It has a mini brush that grabs and thickens every lash. I layer it with the Lash Stiletto Mascara for length and a killer effect.”

“I think multitasking products are just going to keep growing at lightening speed. Like the BB and CC creams, we all just want the shortest route to the best look that lasts the longest. Plastic surgeons and dermatologists are all weighing in and helping create cosmeceuticals (combination of cosmetics and pharmaceuticals). This marriage of science and beauty is going to just keep getting stronger and stronger.”

What’s one product will you use forever? “Personally, I’ve been using Makeup Forever Face & Body Liquid Foundation for 12 years. I also keep it in my kit. You’ll have to pry this out of my hands , along with my perfume!”

Where’s the best place in New York to shop for beauty? “There are so many great places, but when I need a quick easy stop that has a million choices, it’s Sephora. I can totally wander and play there without pressure. I always find a product I never knew I needed when I walk in there, which can be dangerous.”

Shu Uemura Eyelash Curler, $20, available at Shu Uemura; Maybelline Lash Discovery Mascara, $7.99, available at CVS; Maybelline Lash Stiletto Ultimate Length Mascara, $8.99, available at Ulta; Make Up For Ever Face & Body Liquid Foundation, $40, available at Make Up For Ever; NARS The Multiple, $39, available at NARS; Dior Forever Compact Powder, $44, available at Dior; First Aid Beauty 5 in 1 Face Cream SPF 30, $38, available at Sephora; Tarte Self Tanner, $39, available at Tarte. — By: Damien Neva

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GRACE HARTZEL FOR SAINT LAURENT PERMANENT AND PRE-FALL 2014

NEXT BLOG POST — The Saint Laurent Twitter might not tweet often (169 tweets to date), but when it does the world takes notice. Last month in Paris the house of Saint Laurent announced Hedi Slimane’s ready-to-wear collection for Fall 2014 was entirely made entirely on Grace Hartzel and so it was just a matter of time until a campaign surfaced for this exclusive girl. This week 45 photographs by Hedi Slimane of the permanent and Pre-Fall 2014 collection as worn by Grace were released and comprise the basis for the advertising campaign. Set to the specially commissioned song “Why?” by English musician Miles Kane, the images drift languidly from top to 38 www.nextmanagement.com

bottom of the page at YSL.com. This heady mix of Grace’s beauty, the cut of the collection, the signature black & white photography, and the evocative soundtrack make the three and half minutes sequence pass in an instant, which is roughly the time it takes to read an all-caps tweet. Please visit YSL.com to see the collection in full. Credits include: Client, Saint Laurent; Campaign, Permanent and Pre-Fall 2014; Photography, Hedi Slimane; Location, Los Angeles, December 2013.


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SHERI TERRY – NARS – Radiant Creamy Concealer ($29.00) “No matter the season I LIVE for this product!”

GREG GRINER – Alpha Parf – Cristalli Liquidi ($20.00) “It’s very light and increases shine without being heavy and smells incredible.”

VASSILLIS KOKKINIDIS – Shu Uemura The Art Of Hair – Ultimate Remedy ($50.00) “Use it at least once a month even during winter when radiators start blasting dry hot air in the atmosphere.”

JULIEN FAREL – Julien Farel – Hydrate Restore ($33.00) “It’s quick, easy and I’m out the door with easy to manage hair.”

SYLWIA RAKOWSKA – Maybelline – Collosal Volume Mascara ($8.00) “Great deep black color for your lashes, no clumps, and it stays all day without breaking. For a dramatic look you can apply a few layers and still have a clean look.”

GIGI GOMMERS – Makeup Forever – Waterproof Foundation ($40.00) “The colors are awesome and I love that it stays looking fresh no matter what you are doing.”

MATTHEW SKY – Sephora – Rouge Veloute Sand Transfert Cream Lip Stain 01 ($13.00) “It’s the most amazing red lip stain its a true red that works on all skin tones and stays put the whole day.”

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“GET THE INSIDE SCOOP ON THE VERY BEST BEAUTY PRODUCTS FROM THE ARTISTS REPRESENTED BY NEXT” ANDREA WILSON – Bumble & bumble – Thickening Spray ($10.00) “My ultimate hair product that is always in my kit is Bumble & bumble thickening spray. It works on all hair types and acts as a heat protector whether you are using a blow-dryer or curling iron.”

SHANNON GREY WILLIAMS – Dermablend – Cover Creme ($37.00) “My ultimate makeup beauty product is Dermablend Cover Creme. It is a great multi-tasker for all your skin concealing needs. You can use its full strength or dilute it with moisturizer for less coverage. It is long lasting & safe for all skin types and it will always have a place in my kit.”

SHINTARO TERAOKA – Oribe – Royal Blowout ($60.00) “This product really smoothes the hair without weighing it down, while also protecting the hair from heat damage. You can use this product before hair dryer and irons as well as in the middle of the day to freshen up.”

DAVID LOPEZ – Kevin Murphy – Born Again Essential Treatment ($45.00) “Kevin Murphy’s Born Again Essential Treatment is my product hero. It’s a deep treatment for all hair types, chock full of antioxidants to help repair damage and natural, weightless moisturizers to replenish locks left brittle and dry from the summer sun.”

ANGIE BARTON – Laura Mercier – Skin Primer Luminaire ($33.00) “Makes your skin glow and sits well beautifully under foundation or just on a clean face.”

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LEA SIGEL – Embryoisse – Moisturizer ($20.00) “It’s mild, gives the skin a beautiful soft sheen, and no one has ever had an allergic reaction.”

PEPPER PASTOR ­– L’Oreal – Professional Perfect Shimmer ($19.00) “There is nothing else like it on the market. It will control your hair flyways, give hold, and with a tiny amount of oil the product becomes humidity resistant and adds shine. No summertime hairstyle should be without it!”

JUSTIN ST. CLAIR – Charlotte Tilbury – Filmstar Bronze & Glow ($65.00) “Contour and highlight in one gorgeous compact with a perfect finish.”

JOSHUA BARRETT – L’Oreal Paris – Elnett Unscented Extra Strong Hold Hairspray ($15.00) “The absolute best and most workable hairspray ever invented! My all time favorite hair product!”

RYAN B ANTHONY – Amika – Un. Done Texturizing Spray ($10.00) “It adds a healthy looking texture to hair with flexibility and moment.”

FERRUCCIO NEVIO RAGAZZINI – Estee Lauder – Foundation ($45.00) “The texture and color of the foundation are great and it is easy to blend. It’s versatile for a natural look OR a heavy look. It lasts all day long without having to reapply.; First of all, everyone loves the smell! This product helps keep your hair in place without looking too made up. It gives a natural look with a lot of texture.”

LEAH BENNETT – Makeup Rms – Living Luminiser ($40.00) “One touch away from a summer glow.”

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DONNA FUMOSO – Smashbox – Halo Highlighting Wand ($32.00) “This can be used with or without makeup to give the cheeks, eyes, lips a soft glow. It can also be used with foundation or concealer under eyes and on cheek bones. Looks fresh and glowing.”

FRANCISCA SAAVEDRA – Osis; Koh Gen Doh – Dust It & Aqua Foundation (Varies) “Osis Dust It is perfect for adding texture and volume at the roots, plus it’s clear not chalky. Koh Gen Do Aqua Foundation, the best “no makeup” makeup, blends with skin.”

KRISTI WILCZOPOLSKI – Chanel; Unite – Soleil Tan de Chanel & Expanda Dust (Varies) “Buildable, natural bronzer, gives the perfect accent tan, leaves skin soft and smells SO GOOD. Expanda Dust should be powdered at root for volume or sprinkled into ends for perfect texture creating the perfect messy look (just woke up / sexy hair, lol).”

PIRET AAVA – Piret & Tamara; Warren Tricomi – Eye Silks & Super Hold Hairspray (Varies) “Eye Silks is a waterproof silicone based eye shadows that won’t move. It works great alone or as a base. Super Hold Hairspray is basically superglue for hair.”

TRACY CRYSTAL – Chanel – Natural Illuminating Fluid ($39.00) “Perfect, natural finish, silky and luminous foundation.”

STOJANKA BULIC – Tom Ford – Blush Colors ($60.00) “Tom Ford has the most amazing blush colors. They glide onto skin with the comfort of a cream, achieving outstanding luminosity and a velvety transparency.”

SABRINA ROWE – Oribe – Dry Texture Spray ($30.00) “It’s the perfect tool to create sexy voluminous hair!”

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