Rose Makeup Inspiration for Spring

Like the flower, rose-colored makeup adds a touch of elegance to any look and occasion. You can create a subtle, petal-inspired look with pink and lavender tones for a casual weekend event or a night out with friends. For a bolder look, up the flower power by pairing rose-tinted lips and cheeks with beautiful earth tones on your eyes. See below for two soft and elegant looks using our rose inspired shades and try them on virtually in our makeover room by clicking the model’s picture.

Rose inspired weekend makeup

  1. natural rose pink makeup, lavender eye makeupStart by applying your favorite foundation.
  2. Apply Dusk PurePressed Eye Shadow on your entire eyelid using the Eye Shader Brush.
  3. Using the Bent Liner Brush, line your top lash line with Espresso Jelly Jar Gel Eyeliner, starting at the inner corner and extending outward in a slight wing.
  4. Line the inner corner of your eyes with White Eye Pencil to help brighten your eye.
  5. Apply PureLash Extender and Conditioner.
  6. Apply Agate Brown PureLash Mascara to your top lashes only.
  7. Using the White Fan Brush, apply Barely Rose PurePressed Blush to the apples of your cheeks.
  8. Line and fill in your lips with Lip Definer in Rose.
  9. Lightly apply Rose PureMoist LipStick on top of the lip liner.
  10. Finish with Candied Rose PureGloss Lip Gloss.

Rose inspired evening makeup

  1. bold rose makeup look with khaki green eye shadowStart by applying your favorite foundation.
  2. Apply the medium shade of Khaki Kraze PurePressed Eye Shadow Triple on your entire eyelid, using the Eye Shader Brush.
  3. Using the same brush, apply the lightest shade in the triple to the brow bone and inner corner of your eye.
  4. Still using the Eye Shader Brush, add the darkest shade of the triple to your outer corner and crease.
  5. Line your top and bottom lash line with the dark side of Dark Topaz Mystikol.
  6. Use the highlighter on the Dark Topaz Mystikol to line your inner rim.
  7. Apply Ice Black Longest Lash Mascara to your top lashes.
  8. Using the White Fan Brush, apply Barely Rose PurePressed Blush to the apples of your cheeks.
  9. Apply Rose PureMoist LipStick on top of the lip liner.
  10. Finish with Candied Rose PureGloss Lip Gloss.

Which rosy look do you love best? Visit our makeover room here to try on these looks and create your own! Then, share them with us on Instagram @janeiredale #friendfavorites.

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Find major bridal hairstyle inspiration on the runways of New York Fashion Week with thick, romantic braids by James Pecis. Celeb site HollywoodLife.com reports on the bejeweled braided hairstyle that James created for the runway at The Brock Collection fall 2016 show – which would be perfect for either bride or bridesmaid on the Big Day, or your next big night out. They also would be a good low-manipulation hairstyle if you’re aiming for big hair growth goals without the tightly pulled braids of Khloe Kardashian.

The Brock Collection is designed by a husband and wife duo, and their very first runway collection, for February’s New York Fashion Week, was designed to be whimsical and romantic. So the hair had to be girly and pretty. The hairstyle was stunning and surprisingly easy to do at home.

How NYFW Lead Hairstylist James Pecis Created the Look

“It was a look pretty enough for a royal. Hair was blown to a full, voluminous dry, fluffy to the touch. Following the smooth blowout, curls were added to strands and finger-brushed through. Once the base of the look was created, James pulled inch-thick strands from each ear and created a knot at the center of the head, following the hair downwards and weaving the strands into a braid, leaving about three inches at the bottom.

“Strands were secured with a tiny hair band. James then loosened the look by pulling small strands out to frame and flow around the face. The end result was ethereal, with a brocade barrette to match.”

The Ultimate Romantic Bridal Hairstyle

NYFW hairstyles at the brock collection

Photos: Anthony Behar/SIPA

The key to this look and any gorgeous look for bridal, means lots of thick, shiny, healthy hair. The whimsical romance needed relies on long, gorgeous locks. James has trusted Viviscal supplements for years, saying, “It’s the only supplement that works!” He has all of his clients and models take Viviscal to get a beautiful and healthy mane fit for the runway and real life.

Viviscal Extra Strength offers thinning, dry and dull hair a much-needed oomph of volume, imparting a lustrous shine and softer touch. Not only does Viviscal make over the appearance of the hair, but it improves the overall look of health, and the density of each strand is thicker. Many celeb hairstylists (like Ted Gibson and Oscar Blandi) and celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow and Naomi Watts love Viviscal for thick, shiny hair, too.

Would you wear this romantic braid hairstyle to your wedding?

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If you haven’t already transitioned your hair color and haircut for fall, now is the time. The editors at HollywoodLife.com interviewed the stylists at Licari Cutler Salon in NYC to get their expert consultation on the hair looks you must try for fall 2016. Buh-bye, summer. Hello, cozy sweaters and autumn hair perfection.

Get inspo from celebrities like Lucy Hale and Emilia Clarke who are showing off their best fall hairstyles on Instagram. Kiss your summer look good-bye and transition to autumn with this on-trend hair color and haircuts straight from the experts.

When choosing the perfect hair color, says colorist Lilybeth Vargas, blondes want to go for warm, deep, rich tones. “Leave behind that bleached-out summer look by adding multi-dimensional hues,” advises Lily. “Skin tonality shifts from season to season, and so should hair color. Blondes always fear going darker.” But try adding a warm champagne golden tone to your pale blonde to subtly but skillfully brighten the texture of your hair. This will leave the bleached-out blonde behind, keeping your golden locks a super-pretty warm tone.


Brunettes have a wide range of hues and tones they can consider. So have fun with your color, Lily encourages. “Try a cinnamon swirl, a blush ginger, a dusty rose or a buttery scotch,” she advises. “It’s the perfect time to be playful and experiment with autumn shades. Chestnut brown melting into auburn accents can give hair that dark, dimensional look with a pop that most brunettes crave.” These warm tones are the ultimate fall hair colors.

Do you need to repair dry, frizzy summer hair? Lucari hairstylist Breno Miranda advises a strategic cut to remove damaged ends and help transition your bleached-out color. “We love a messy, beach-y style in the summer,” Breno says, “but as you transition your color, you want your cut to match. You can keep that ‘lived-in’ look, but ask your stylist for a more refined finish. You don’t want to look messy!” For extra repair, and to grow thicker, healthier hair with less damage and shedding, take Viviscal Extra Strength. Our hair growth supplements nourish your follicles with the marine extracts, biotin and vitamin C they crave, especially as most of us see extra hair fallout during the colder autumn months.

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