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    Another great idea is to put your makeup brushes in a straw holder and and then put all of your most used beauty items on a lazy susan for easy access.

    Put them on your bathroom counter or wherever you do your makeup and ta-da, you have all of your essentials organized and not taking up a bunch of space.


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    1. Dry/rough cuticles

    Butter Melt Away Cuticle Eliminator

    If you're not the biggest fan of cutting and trimming your cuticles, then take Butter Melt Away Cuticle Eliminator for a spin. It's a gentle cuticle exfoliator that helps break down dead skin cells and softens your cuticles. Over time, they even become less overgrown. (Ulta, $19)

    2. Hangnails

    Hangnails

    Hangnails. Barf. When your hands are dried out from regular hand washing or polish changes, these little critters can become as relentless as the stage five clinger you were set up with last weekend. Curel Hand & Cuticle Therapy Cream is a heavy duty moisturizer that'll soothe that sandpaper skin of yours. It's also a cuticle-strengthener (in other words, fewer broken nails), and continues to do its job no matter how many times you wash your hands. (Amazon.com, $15)

    3. Ridges

    Ridges

    Few things are more annoying than doing your nails, only to find you can see every crack and crevice — if anything, the polish enhances them. Enter Deborah Lippmann Ridge Filler Base: It's a base coat that helps smooth out the bumpy, uneven portions of your nails. It looks great on its own too. Either way, you get to say sayonara to line-riddled manicures. (Nordstrom, $20)

    4. Discoloration

    Discoloration

    Whether they're looking funky from all those dark polish applications or have yellowed from (gasp!) a fungal infection (hey, it happens), consider Develop 10 Nail Whitening Scrub to be your knight in shining armor. It's a water-based solution with lemon juice that gradually removes the stains on your nails and gives them a healthy-looking appearance. (Ulta, $7)

    5. Weak nails

    Weak nails

    My mom has Terminator-strength nails… and I didn't even come close to inheriting them. If your digits are prone to breakage and peeling, Julep Oxygen Treatment is your ticket to stronger nails. This perfecting nail tint allows your nails to breathe while strengthening and conditioning them. (Sephora, $18)

    6. Slow growth

    Slow growth

    If you're starting to feel as if your nails are never going to grow (like, ever), Butter London Horse Power Nail Fertilizer will help speed up the process. It contains horsetail extract, which is a powerful herb rich in nutrients. The formula helps strengthen and soothe nails, and can be used as a base coat, top coat or on its own. (Ulta, $19)

    7. Brittle nails

    Brittle nails

    If you use nail polish religiously, you're bound to run into a brittle, cracked nail or two (or 10). Give your digits a vacay — including the spa treatment. Orly BB Crème is an all-in-one topical treatment that helps smooth, moisturize and brighten your nails with a sheer peach tint, while protecting against future breakage. (Orly.com, $15)

    8. Fungus

    Fungus

    Oy to the vey: Fungus is the worst. Nailtiques Fungus Treatment is an oil that will kibosh the spread of nail fungus infections both on and under your nails. Take that! (Ulta, $22)

    9. White spots

    White spots

    Contrary to popular belief, white spots on your nails don't indicate a vitamin deficiency — they just mean your nail bed was injured at some point (either from picking, biting or banging your nail against something). The only solution to this problem is patience: Allowing them to grow out, and not being such a klutz in the future. In the meantime, why not cover them up with a snazzy polish color, like Essie's Urban Jungle — grrr, baby! (Beauty.com, $9).

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    The good news? Most options don't even come close to breaking a grand, much less five.

    1. 24-Karat Gold Dust

    24-Karat Gold Dust

    We love the versatility of this Jane Iredale sparkling mica and gold dust, that you can sprinkle on your cheeks, brows and even into lotion for a lightly sparkled decolletage. (Ariva, $14)

    2. Allegresse 24K Gold Illuminating Facial Peel

    Allegresse 24K Gold Illuminating Facial Peel

    Everyone needs to buff away dead skin cells from time to time, so why not do so with pure gold? This exfoliating facial peel encourages cell turnover for a more balanced skin tone. (Bibasque, $195)

    3. Ultra Color Rich 24K Gold Lipstick

    Ultra Color Rich 24K Gold Lipstick

    Don't be fooled: This creamy 24-karat lipstick from Avon doesn't just come in one color. Instead, pure gold flecks illuminate and brighten lips in eight beautiful shades. (Avon, $23)

    4. 24K Jivago Eau de Parfum

    24K Jivago Eau de Parfum

    Apparently, gold does more than just sparkle — Ilana Jivago's perfume supposedly generates energy with its gold flecks. OK, so that might be a hard sell, but at least we know that its jasmine and amber notes smell delightful. (Ilana Jivago, $135)

    5. L'or Radiance Concentrate Make-Up Base

    L'or Radiance Concentrate Make-Up Base

    Why not use a golden gel-based primer, like L'or Radiance, to borrow a youthful glow? Slather this gold-infused primer and base into your skin before applying makeup as usual. (Sephora, $73)

    6. Boom Boom Pow Luxurious Nail Color

    Boom Boom Pow Luxurious Nail Color

    Rihanna started a trend with her gold manicure, but she certainly didn't finish it. This gold-flecked nail polish is wildly beautiful, and it doesn't break the bank. (Dermstore.com, $20)

    7. Yves Saint Laurent Golden Gloss

    Yves Saint Laurent Golden Gloss

    Pucker up with this shimmery lip gloss that looks great by itself or over a darker lip color. The formula is long-lasting and also plumps lips for a full and radiant appearance. (Neiman Marcus, $30)

    8. 24K Collagen and Caviar Mask

    24K Collagen and Caviar Mask

    Denise Richards is a spokeswoman for this moisturizing facial mask that features pure gold, caviar, collagen and aloe vera. It claims to renew aging skin for a youthful appearance, and if Richards is indeed using the product, it clearly works well. (Orogold, $398)

    9. Revival Gold Beauty Elixir Day Illuminator

    Revival Gold Beauty Elixir Day Illuminator

    Still not so sure about this gold trend? Try this affordable illuminator to see if gold can brighten and balance your skin as promised. Rub into your cheek bones for an inexpensive and healthy sheen. (Marcelle, $46)

    10. Bobbi Brown Long Wear Cream Shadow Stick

    Bobbi Brown Long Wear Cream Shadow Stick

    While gold dust can flake off easily, this creamy gold eyeshadow is designed to wear all night. Sweep it over your eyelids on a summer day, or build on the color by adding charcoal gray for nighttime. (Barneys New York, $28)

    11. Rodial Skincare Bee Venom

    Rodial Skincare Bee Venom

    Last but not least, this bee venom skin care essence is by far the priciest gold option, but it basically promises to keep you looking young forever. With gold, bee venom and high-tech peptides, it might just work. (Beauty.com, $470)

    So what do you think — can gold really make all the difference in your own beauty routine? Or does the trend remind you of Tobias Funke, wearing his wife's skin cream made from crushed diamonds?

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    Lou Teasdale shared this snap on Instagram earlier this week and we fell in love immediately.

    Hair tapestry

    Hair tapestry

    Stylist Alex Brownsell from Bleach London created the look for Dazed Magazine by weaving black and white thread along a random section of hair, along with a colorful heart. The rest of the model's brown hair was left textured with a small patch pulled into a perfectly messy updo to show off Brownsell's handiwork.

    We're dying to try this out, but weren't exactly sure how to start. A quick search on Instagram gave us this step-by-step pictorial. All you need is an embroidery circle, some thicker, yarn-like thread and a knitting needle to get started. Then, let your creativity take over.

    Hair tapestry2

    Hair tapestry2

    For us, the hair tapestry is all about creating an original look, so don't be afraid to try something different. We guarantee that your friends — and all of Instagram and Pinterest — will be dying to copy your look.

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    Now that the high heat and humidity of the summer have hit, I'm all about feeling fresh all day long. My goal is to avoid a midsummer version of me with a super shiny T-zone, hair that's deflated and raccoon eyes from my melted makeup. I don't want to spend hours getting ready each morning, but I've found that with a few added products I can achieve my goal. Even better, I stay fresh all day long without needing to refresh throughout the day.

    1. Dry shampoo

    On hot summer days I spray a little all over my hair every day, even if I've just washed my hair. It add volume while soaking up oil and sweat to help my hair looking great all day long. No more flat midday hair.

    2. Shadow base

    The secret behind keeping your eye makeup in place all day long is primer. There are a lot of great ones available at every price point. Just swipe one on before you apply your shadow and it will look freshly applied all day long. I wear primer year round, but it seems especially important in the summer.

    3. Waterproof your liner and mascara

    I like to waterproof my mascara and eyeliner. I've found that in high heat and humidity, my normal smudge-proof liners and mascara just won't stay put. Swapping out to waterproof products means that my makeup still looks great after a long day out in the sun.

    4. Mattifying primer

    I have combination skin, and in the summer it can be hard to keep the shine to a minimum. Rather than applying powder all day long, I've found that applying a mattifying primer under my foundation or BB cream is a much better option. Primer is very lightweight and dries clear, so I can't even tell that I'm wearing it. Just a small amount is enough to keep my T-zone shine-free without needing to reapply powder all day long.

    5. Super strength antiperspirant

    I just started using a "clinical strength" antiperspirant a few weeks ago, and I'm impressed! The increase in active ingredients has been keeping me bone dry every day. I went back to my previous antiperspirant for a few days to compare and I felt a bit damp, though I know I wasn't really sweating. The great news is that these products are available over the counter, so you don't need a prescription.

    Disclosure: This post is part of a collaboration with Carefree and SheKnows. All opinions are my own.

    Photo credit: Stephen Smith/ Photographer's Choice RF/ Getty images


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    Robin Slonina owns her own body painting studio called Skin City in Las Vegas and is also a judge on Skin Wars, a body painting competition on Game Show Network (yes, there is a reality show about this and it.is.intense).

    Rest assured, this isn't about doodling designs on your body with Crayola paint. Robin received a fine arts degree, and prior to body painting she was a mural painter in Chicago. She moved to Las Vegas after falling for a Cirque du Soleil performer and found a way to make her art thrive in Sin City... by painting murals on bodies.

    Body painting like you've never seen it before

    Photo credit: Square Shooting

    It's not just about stage shows, pole dancers or contortionists. She has private clients, too, and that is where the magic happens. "A lot of people from all over the country and all over the world find our website. They actually plan trips to Las Vegas specifically to come to Skin City and get body painted," Robin explained. "We've had a school teacher from Iowa come just to live out a fantasy of getting painted like Wonder Woman with full pampering." Think of it as a spa weekend getaway without the massage.

    The transformation is something Robin describes as rewarding. "Most of these women have never had a makeover like this so when they look in the mirror it's just amazing to watch their expression as they really start to fully embody this transformation," she says. "The way they walk is different after they've been painted."

    Body painting like you've never seen it before

    Photo credit: Steve Horlock

    One of the most emotional jobs she's had is with military wives who came in and got painted in their husband's army fatigues. Most jobs involve a photo shoot and these are no different. "[We] send the pictures off as a reminder and a token of love to their partners who are quite isolated," said Robin.

    As you can guess, it takes a long time to get body painted. Robin can really get to know her clients. They share stories and even have to take laughing breaks. "When you're body painting someone it's almost like [being] a hairdresser. They really open up and they talk. It can be quite an emotional and almost spiritual experience."

    Body painting like you've never seen it before

    Photo credit: Lisa Rose for GSN

    And did we mention funny? Several grooms have actually come to the studio to get the famous Mike Tyson tattoo painted on their face a la The Hangover film and surprise their brides at the altar. Robin has also done zombie-themed weddings and weddings where the bride and groom were painted into their gown and tuxedo. Clothes are overrated anyways, right?

    I'm starting to imagine all the possibilities — just think of Coachella. Your own temporary tattoos for summer beach days? Decorating your arm before girls' night out? You may not be a trained fine artist, but Robin doesn't think that should stop you from having some fun with body paint. "You can always find good, fun reference pictures online," she points out and recommends starting with patterns like cheetah spots and zebra stripes. "It's a really fun way to heighten your outfit for the night."

    Body painting like you've never seen it before

    Photo credit: Lisa Rose for GSN

    And getting the supplies is as easy as buying makeup. Robin recommends Chromacake by MAC, sold at select MAC stores, or Makeup Forever products which are carried at select Sephora stores. "You can [also] experiment with pressing cosmetic grade glitter into the wet paint."

    In the meantime, for more inspiration, you can catch Robin and the outrageous body painting competition on Skin Wars, premiering tonight 9/8c on Game Show Network.

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    There are tons of great ways to max out your products' value and versatility. Here are some of my favorite sneaky little beauty "hacks."

    1. Spike your concealer

    Mix liquid highlighter with your under eye concealer to create your own brightening concealer. Two parts concealer to 1 part highlight. Adjust as preferred.

    10 Beauty hacks that will make you a makeup genuis

    2. Re purpose your mascara brush

    Save the mascara wand from your pricier mascaras to maximize your cheaper formulas — i.e., a Benefit They're Real brush is plastic and easy to clean and reuse in your drugstore faves. It will really maximize that formula.

    10 Beauty hacks that will make you a makeup genuis

    10 Beauty hacks that will make you a makeup genuis

    3. Make liquid eyeliner

    Mix eye drops with shadow to create a custom liquid liner. Dip a brush into some eye drops or mix together on your hand.

    10 Beauty hacks that will make you a makeup genuis

    10 Beauty hacks that will make you a makeup genuis

    4. Revive old eyeliner

    Use eye drops to revive gel liners. Eye drops are sterile and safe for the eye area obviously so you're in the clear.

    10 Beauty hacks that will make you a makeup genuis

    10 Beauty hacks that will make you a makeup genuis

    10 Beauty hacks that will make you a makeup genuis

    5. Use bronzer as eye shadow

    Use a bronzer as a transition color in your crease. I do it all the time and it's an awesome way to multitask and get your money's worth.

    10 Beauty hacks that will make you a makeup genuis

    6. Prevent smudged eyeliner

    Draw eyeliner directly onto your brush to apply a soft, smudged line. This is quicker, softer and easier than lining and then smudging.

    10 Beauty hacks that will make you a makeup genuis

    7. Use face oil to revive makeup at the end of the day

    Dip your wet beauty blender into moisturizer or facial oil to revive makeup and add glow. Concentrate on the highest points of your face, mainly cheekbones. You'll be highlighted sans the sparkle.

    10 Beauty hacks that will make you a makeup genuis

    8. Use concealer as eye primer instead of buying it

    Use concealer on lids as an eye primer. Until eye primer really became a thing, I always did this. It cancels out any veins and discoloration and gives your shadow something to adhere to.

    10 Beauty hacks that will make you a makeup genuis

    10 Beauty hacks that will make you a makeup genuis

    10 Beauty hacks that will make you a makeup genuis

    9. Create the straightest eyeliner lines

    Use a business card to create perfectly-angled winged liner. Angle a business card from the outer corner of your eye upwards and draw along it with your liner. Bam! Perfect line, every time.

    10 Beauty hacks that will make you a makeup genuis

    10 Beauty hacks that will make you a makeup genuis

    10. Make a lip scrub with what you already own

    No need to spend $10 on a lip scrub when you can duplicate the effect by dipping your finger in olive oil, followed by white or brown sugar and scrubbing across lips. Follow with lip balm and your pout is perfected.

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    It's sold exclusively on TwoHalvesStore.com and we immediately fell for its edgy vibe. The collection features T-shirts, necklaces, earrings, rings and more.

    So what can you expect from the line? Two Halves blends Shenae's signature boho rocker style and Josh's punk rock roots to create a cool boy-meets-girl, '60s-meets-'80s, East-meets-West vibe. Eager to find out more about the collection, we picked Shenae and Josh's brains for their inspiration behind a few of our favorite pieces.

    Two Halves, two minds

    Charmer Ring ($55)

    Charmer Ring ($55)

    She says: I've always wanted a big snake ring and I've hunted far and wide but never found a great one that fit my finger (I have baby hands!) so I really wanted to make one for the first collection. The adjustable ring fits sizes 4-8 and just looks rad, plain and simple.

    He says: A snake ring in antique finish or gold... What's not to like? This is one of the strongest pieces in the first collection in my opinion and I can't wait to see people rocking it around the globe.

    Warrior Necklace ($75)

    Warrior Necklace ($75)

    She says: Though it's hard to choose, I'd have to say this (in both finishes) is my favorite piece of the whole collection because it's the first one we made. We're always taking trips out to the desert and on one particular trip, I found an amazing old arrowhead. Without any particular use for it at the time, I brought it home knowing it would inspire me in some way or another down the line. Before we knew it, we were sourcing a manufacturer to get it made and the birth of Two Halves as a clothing and accessories brand was well on its way.

    He says: I love the warrior necklace. It's the first product we did and it kinda sparked the whole idea for the Two Halves store, so this piece will always be special to me.

    Tree Chopper Antique Finish Necklace (currently sold out)

    Tree Chopper Antique Finish Necklace (currently sold out)

    She says: This was Josh's baby out of the whole collection. While he loved the other necklace designs, he wanted to do one that was more male influenced and what's more manly than a primitive axe?! He was very specific about the idea and walked me through sketching it. We work very closely with our manufacturer and when we went in to see the sample, they literally brought my sketch and Josh's brainchild to life. It was incredible!

    He says: The first piece that I designed so obviously I love it!!! It has already sold out on our store once so I am super stoked.

    Skull Logo Tee ($30)

    Skull Logo Tee ($30)

    She says: I love this tee and we will soon be releasing other styles with this logo too! The skull with the headdress was inspired by a recent tattoo of Josh's along with our infinite love of skulls, biker culture, Halloween and Native American artifacts. I initially sketched this image in pencil and our incredible graphic designer Jon Barmby and his illustrator pal Lloyd Stratton recreated it digitally. It's timeless and is a beautiful summation of the two aesthetics from which we pull our inspiration... boho biker at its best.

    He says: It's our logo on a tee, inspired by one of my recent tattoos. I can't wait to have more products with this [design] as I love the design and everything that it represents for me and the wifey.

    Hollywood Misfit Crop ($25)

    Hollywood Misfit Crop ($25)

    She says: I was adamant [about] doing a comfy one-size-fits-all crop top because they're all I wear in the summer. He told me to come up with a list of slogans and the one that really stood out to him was "Hollywood Misfit." We've both worked in the entertainment industry for years in different capacities and struggled to find a personal connection to the glitz and glam that go hand in hand with the careers we love. In a way, the "Hollywood" in the slogan is really just a metaphor for mainstream society and pop culture. We believe a lot of people exist within it, around it or beside it who feel like misfits in one way or another as well.

    He says: If I was a chick I would rock one. In fact, if I was Rocky in Rocky 2 running up the beach with Apollo Creed I would 100 percent rock one too. These are badass.

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    My thoughts are trained to gravitate toward youth. I imagine up-and-coming models like Karlie Kloss and Cara Delevingne, or 20-something actresses like Blake Lively and Jennifer Lawrence. To me, sadly, beauty is usually defined through stereotypically "fresh" faces — but NARS and Marc Jacobs Beauty are redefining "fresh" this fall, opting for mature faces to front their new campaigns.

    NARS has decided to use 68-year-old British actress Charlotte Rampling in press for their Audacious Lipstick fall cosmetics line, while Marc Jacobs just released images of 64-year-old Hollywood darling Jessica Lange.

    Charlotte Rampling

    Charlotte Rampling

    You can still see the lines on actresses' faces when the brands could have left those "flaws" on the cutting room floor. The ads speak to what cosmetics should be: a simple enhancement of your experiences in life. Makeup should give you more confidence, but it's not what makes you more beautiful. It's just another reason for those laugh lines.

    Jessica Lange

    Jessica Lange

    Now that I've seen these images, I'm surprised we haven't seen more mature, natural beauties among the younger crop we always see in magazines — because at the end of the day, youth fades quickly but true beauty never dies out. Both Jessica and Charlotte are stunning examples of aging gracefully, and capture the purest idea of what makes someone beautiful; it's exuding depth and character instead of perfectly toned figures or wrinkle-free faces.

    Lines give these images life. And, having really lived (in your makeup or out of it) is all that matters.

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    1. Mint green is one of our fave summer colors, so we were delighted to see TSwift head out in this printed mini dress. The side cutouts and Tay's hot pink heels add a touch of sass and sex appeal to the otherwise sweet look.

    Mint green is one of our fave summer colors, so we were delighted to see TSwift head out in this printed mini dress.

    Photo credit: Alberto Reyes/WENN.com

    2. En route to visit one of her famous BFFs, supermodel Karlie Kloss, Taylor tried out a new edgy style. In a white tank top, black high-waisted shorts, black booties and a matching hat, the singer looked so downtown chic.

    En route to visit one of her famous BFFs, supermodel Karlie Kloss, Taylor tried out a new edgy style.

    Photo credit: TNYF/WENN.com

    3. No, it's not Christmas, it's just Taylor in a red and green kind of mood. The Red singer stepped out in a vibrant floral cap sleeve dress, green pumps and a matching bag while in the East Village.

    No, it's not Christmas, it's just Taylor in a red and green kind of mood.

    Photo credit: WENN.com

    4. Cropped tops are everywhere this season, and now Taylor has officially deemed them fashionable. The leggy lady went the matchy-matchy route in a printed two-piece crop top and flared skirt combo paired with strappy sandals.

    Cropped tops are everywhere this season

    Photo credit: Alberto Reyes/WENN.com

    5. Taylor's one of the few gals out there who could make a strapless cropped jumpsuit look totally enviable. She does so by draping a matching blazer over her shoulders and sticking to a monochromatic palette with her accessories.

    Taylor's one of the few gals out there who could make a strapless cropped jumpsuit look totally enviable.

    Photo credit: TNYF/WENN.com

    6. Red has always been one of Taylor's go-to hues. Here, the red lipstick devotee matched her pout to her dress in a ladylike full skirted fit and flare dress paired with leg-elongating nude heels.

    Red has always been one of Taylor's go-to hues

    Photo credit: TNYF/WENN.com

    7. What's black, white and yellow? Taylor's adorable sunny day ensemble. She takes those legs for days out for a spin around the city in yet another cute and colorful outfit.

    What's black, white and yellow? Taylor's adorable sunny day ensemble.

    Photo credit: Alberto Reyes/WENN.com

    8. Rainy days aren't enough to stop the colorful Swift from stepping out in a stylish yet approachable look we can all copy. We give her credit for schlepping around in the rain in those high oxfords.

    Rainy days aren't enough to stop the colorful Swift from stepping out in a stylish yet approachable look we can all copy

    Photo credit: WENN.com

    9. Book shopping never looked so fashionable. Taylor gets her reading on in style, dressed in a blue floral print mini dress featuring keyhole detail and green bow-detail Mary Janes.

    Book shopping never looked so fashionable.

    Photo credit: TNYF/WENN.com

    10. Last but not least, Taylor mixes prim and proper (thanks to a structured bag and ladylike headband) with youthful edge (in the form of a mini dress and edgy cutout oxfords).

    Last but not least, Taylor mixes prim and proper

    Photo credit: WENN.com

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    In case you missed it, these temporary tattoos are the coolest new summer accessory >>

    Some of these faux tattoos can cost up to $25, so why not rock one that you can make with products you probably already have?

    DIY Temporary metallic tattoo tutorial

    Supplies:

    • Metallic silver waterproof liquid liner or cream shadow
    • Metallic gold waterproof liquid liner or cream shadow
    • Synthetic liner brushes
    • Stencils or create your own with washi tape, X-Acto knife, marker and business cards
    • Setting spray
    • Eye makeup remover to clean up

    DIY Temporary metallic tattoo tutorial

    Instructions:

    In choosing a design, I found that stencils from the craft store had a lot of butterflies and stars. I just wanted more hipster-like shapes, so I made my own stencils. To do so, either trace a design onto a business card and cut out with an X-Acto knife or cut small designs into washi tape. Consider using decorative hole punches too.

    DIY Temporary metallic tattoo tutorial

    DIY Temporary metallic tattoo tutorial

    DIY Temporary metallic tattoo tutorial

    I created my own metallic liquid liner by mixing cream shadow, Maybelline Color Tattoo, with liquid shimmer, LORAC's 3D Liquid Lustre. Urban Decay and Make Up For Ever make great waterproof metallic liquid liners. I also replicated a gold bracelet design with L'Oreal's Silkissime Liner in Gold.

    DIY Temporary metallic tattoo tutorial

    Body and face paint will work too, but I find the most long-wearing and most metallic formulas are found in cosmetic products. Many are made to be waterproof so they'll stick around longer.

    How to make temporary tattoos

    DIY Temporary metallic tattoo tutorial

    DIY Temporary metallic tattoo tutorial

    DIY Temporary metallic tattoo tutorial

    DIY Temporary metallic tattoo tutorial

    DIY Temporary metallic tattoo tutorial

    DIY Temporary metallic tattoo tutorial

    Press the stencil you've created firmly against your skin and stipple on cream shadow or paint on liquid liner. If you use washi tape, be very careful lifting it away. Create a solid line by placing two pieces of washi tape side by side and filling in the space in between. You can create chevron designs this way too.

    DIY Temporary metallic tattoo tutorial

    Clean up any stray edges with waterproof eye makeup remover and a precision cotton swab.

    To ensure your new tattoo doesn't go anywhere, set it with a spray of setting spray, or even hairspray will do.

    DIY Temporary metallic tattoo tutorial

    Don't be afraid to freehand designs too. If you need inspiration for on-trend designs, try looking at Aztec designs, triangles, chevrons, chain links or sketch a word or name you love in freehand cursive.

    DIY Temporary metallic tattoo tutorial

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    At 8 years old, it was also a whopping fortune — a whole 88 cents a bottle — but buy it I did, because they always had some color the budding beauty geek in me was lusting after. And at the end of the day, it only set me back a Snickers bar for the week.

    When I graduated to adult beauty buys, which I had to budget for, I made sure I saved dough for a few bottles of my all-time favorite nail lacquers: OPI. At $8 a pop, it was a splurge... but *swoon.* The hues were vivid and varied, and so virtually chip-proof that it was more like a nail shield. To this day, these are the nail colors I compare all other nail colors to — even when I decide to break the bank on a NARS or Deborah Lippmann shade.

    And by "break the bank," I mean somewhere in the neighborhood of $20, which when you think about it is still kind of crazy for a bottle of nail color. But sometimes there's that one ultra-specific shade only that one company makes, and I just flat-out gotta have it.

    That said, I absolutely draw the line at the $50 price tag you'll find on a bottle of Christian Louboutin's new "Rouge Louboutin" nail colour. I draw the line well before that, actually. Because for $50, I could buy concert tickets. Or a new handbag. Or six shades of OPI and a candy bar. It is just that outrageous.

    I get that Louboutin red is a legendary color in the world of style. I do. But $50? If Louboutin nails will cost me that much cash, I'm going to slap on a coat of OPI's "Cajun Shrimp" instead. I can guarantee no one will be able to tell the difference. Unless you have the eye of an eagle, in which case, I lose. But I think I'll take my chances.

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    Celeb Hairstyle of the Week: Charlize Theron

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    Now that she's growing out the 'do, Charlize is experimenting a lot with her hair, and she recently wore her locks in a cropped curly 'do for a red carpet event. Eager to copy the look, we turned to Marc Mena, Senior Stylist at the Warren-Tricomi Salon in NYC, to get the step-by-step tips. Have fun styling!

    Celeb Hairstyle of the Week: Charlize Theron

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    Get the look

    1. In order to get Charlize’s look, the key is to blow dry hair smooth first. Once hair is blown out, curl 1-inch sections of hair with a 3/4-inch curling iron. Make sure you are curling everything in the same direction. Editor's note: For added body and shine, wash hair first with Suave Natural Infusion Seaweed All Day Body Shampoo & Conditioner.
    2. Once you finish curling, spray with non-aerosol hairspray and then brush out using a flat paddle brush.
    3. To get added shine, use a pomade like Keratin Complex Iconic Polish. Put a pea-size amount in your hand and rub until the product has almost dissolved in your hand. Then run fingers through your hair, starting with the back and working your way forward.
    4. At the end, use fingers to style hair into the shape you want.

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    Mel B

    Every week on America's Got Talent, millions of viewers tune in to check out the latest talented act advancing in the competition, but we're always ogling judge Mel B's outfits on the sly. This week, the beautiful Brit stepped out for The X Factor auditions in England wearing the prettiest pink dress we've seen in quite some time.

    Get Mel B's look

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    Naturally, we're crushing on this hot little number. Between the vibrant hot pink hue, the flared white bell sleeve wrists and the surprise colorblocked, zippered back detail, this LPD (little pink dress) is anything but generic. It's a little bit retro, a little bit flirty and a lot sassy — just like Mel. Black ankle strap sandals and matching polish were really all Mel needed to complete the colorful look and keep things clean.

    The final verdict? All eyes were on this gorgeous dress, but we also love Mel's no-fuss updo and summery glow. They keep her looking professional and polished and don't take away from this show-stopper of a dress.

    Shop the look: Brigitte Bailey Skyler Shift Dress (zappos.com, $65)

    Shop the look: Brigitte Bailey Skyler Shift Dress (zappos.com, $65)

    Chloe Grace Moretz

    Have you started counting down the days until Chloe Grace Moretz's new film If I Stay hits theaters? We're pretty certain the book-turned-movie is going to be another blockbuster, and are already planning our movie excursion. This week, the young actress looked pretty and flirty while signing copies of the book at a Barnes & Noble.

    Get Chloe Grace Moretz' look

    Photo credit: Johnny Louis/WENN.com

    Chloe is one of those lucky ladies who can make just about any style work effortlessly, and the actress has tried quite a few looks on for size in her several years in the business. Here, she flirted with both revealing and buttoned-up styles for a fun style juxtaposition. We adore her pretty blue embellished skirt and daring sheer lace top. The "is she or isn't she wearing a bra" effect isn't usually considered classy, but Chloe is indeed all covered up and toeing the line between sexy and sophisticated quite perfectly.

    The final verdict? Chloe added to her style home run with retro white heels and a toned down beauty look perfect for the office. Is it so wrong to envy a 17-year-old's wardrobe? Cuz we certainly do.

    Shop the look: Jade Upgrade Heel (modcloth.com, $70)

    Shop the look: Jade Upgrade Heel (modcloth.com, $70)

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    Shark Week starts Sunday, and Sharknado 2 will be out in theaters for one night only on Aug. 21. Not surprisingly, star of the film Tara Reid, has created a shark-related product to sell. Her artistic take? A lavender perfume that she's calling Shark by Tara.

    We thought we would dig up some other chic shark accessories that you could wear to any Shark Week parties you might be attending or throwing, or just because you want to live every week like it's Shark Week.

    So here you have it, some Shark Week chic:

    1. Shark stud earrings

    Shark stud earrings

    If tiny little ear studs are in, these sterling shark studs are in deep. (Etsy, $60)

    2. Shark tooth ring wrap

    Shark tooth ring wrap

    I remember being on Florida vacations in the '90s and going nuts over shark tooth necklaces. But this double shark ring wrap? I would wear this right now and never look back. (Etsy, $75)

    3. Shark socks

    Shark socks

    These may not be high fashion, per se, but they sure are hilarious. (Modcloth, $10)

    4. Shark bite cuff

    Shark bite cuff

    This shark cuff is sure to drop jaws, for a price. (Shopbop.com, $254)

    5. Shark print Toms

    Shark prints Toms

    You know what they say about a shark and how it never stops moving or it dies? Yeah, these sneaks will help you stay on the move in style. (Scoutmob.com, $85)

    6. Shark fin ring

    Shark fin ring

    Here's another ring but this time it has that fin-out-of-water fear and fab factor. (Etsy, $45)

    7. Black shark tooth necklace

    Black shark tooth necklace

    What's black, gold and so hot it's nearly predatory? This necklace, that's what. (Kei Jewelry, $70)

    8. Gold shark tooth necklace

    Barley shark gold shark tooth necklace

    Wanting to go more subtle and dainty with your shark chic? This gold ditty is for you. (Etsy, $50)

    9. Jumbo shark tooth studs

    Jumbo shark tooth studs

    Just another shark tooth pair of earrings. (Etsy, $20)

    10. Gemstone shark bracelet

    Gemstone shark bracelet

    Remember that rocking double shark tooth ring? Now you can make it a shark arm party. (Etsy, $80)

    11. Shark headphones

    Shark headphones

    Listen to us on this one — these are amazing. (Amazon.com, $11)

    12. Shiny shark leggings

    Shiny shark leggings

    If you wear these in the water, I promise you a shark will bite you. (Black Milk, $75)

    13. The Ultimate Sharkini

    The Ultimate Sharkini

    Wear this "sharkini" to look like you got bitten by the fashion bug. (Bad Aby Desgins, $120)

    14. More shark earrings

    More shark earrings

    The only shark bite that you'll find cute. (Asian iCandy, $15)

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    The star of The Vampire Diaries and Let's Be Cops showed off her braiding know-how in what her stylist Riawna Capri calls "The Red Carpet Rope Braid." Paired with a sultry smoky eye and a technicolor crop top and shorts combo, Nina's unique braid looked summery, polished and sassy.

    Now it's time for you to try your hand at Nina's cool style. We got the scoop from Riawna (Nine Zero One Salon) on how to achieve this hair masterpiece.

    We have serious braid envy on Nina Dobrev's Teen Choice Awards side plait

    Photo credit: Steve Granitz/WireImage/Getty Images

    Get the look

    1. Start by blow drying locks using KMS California FREESHAPE Quick Blow Dry to cut down on drying time and leave more time to style your pretty braid.
    2. After hair is all dry, spritz strands with KMS California FREESHAPE 2-in-1 Styling and Finishing Spray before curling with a 1-inch curling iron in big vertical sections. This technique will give you a nice, messy beach wave.
    3. Flip your head over now and spray locks with a generous dose of KMS HAIRPLAY Playable Texture. You want to saturate the hair and create a cool disheveled texture.
    4. Now it's time to braid! To create the rope braid, start by separating hair into 3 sections. Next, twist them clockwise and braid these twisted sections counterclockwise "to showcase distinct texture," Capri says.
    5. Spread out the braid and pull out some loose pieces to frame your face and achieve an effortless look now.
    6. Finish with a blast of KMS California HAIRSTAY Medium Hold Hairspray to make sure your 'do stays put all night long.

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    Why we're obsessed

    From girly dresses to casual shorts, Kiernan's wardrobe is always on point. Here, she looks age appropriate and uber stylish in a late summer look we can all recreate in a few simple steps.

    Get the look: Kiernan Shipka's nautical style

    Photo credit: Robin Marchant/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images

    How to style the look

    To elevate a simple top and shorts combo, it's all in the detailing. A cute striped shirt, some shorts with precise tailoring and some strappy sandals can easily take a casual Saturday look to an ensemble ready for any occasion.

    Get the look: Kiernan Shipka's nautical style

    1. Tees by Tina Nautical Strip 3/4 Sleeve Tee (Red/Navy) (teesbytina.com, $58) 
    2. Lilly Pulitzer Callahan Short in True Navy (zappos.com, $58) 
    3. Umberto Raffini Wellsley Beige Sandal (thewalkingcompany.com, $99)
    4. Tracey Tanner Large Long Zip Pouch in Copper Sparkle (zady.com, $62)
    5. J by Jennifer Aniston Eau de Parfum (Kohl's, $55)
    6. bareMinerals bareSkin Serum Foundation SPF 20 with Brush (qvc.com, $44)
    7. Topshop Matte Nail Polish in Rendez Vous (Topshop, $10)

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    Lea Michele

    Lea Micheleat the 2014 Teen Choice Awards

    Photo credit: Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic/Getty Images

    Lea couldn't decide on one color to wear, so she wore four instead. The Glee actress looked modern and a bit mod in this cute colorblocked halter dress featuring a plunging neckline.

    Nina Dobrev

    Nina Dobrevat the 2014 Teen Choice Awards

    Photo credit: Steve Granitz/WireImage/Getty Images

    The fashionista definitely caught our eye in this bold technicolor crop top and shorts ensemble paired with pretty pink pumps. Even though the streaked color pattern kind of reminds us of the aftermath of a paintball match, we oddly adore it.

    Selena Gomez

    Selena Gomezat the 2014 Teen Choice Awards

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    Selena's been pushing the fashion boundaries lately in sexy outfit after sexy outfit, but at last night's Teen Choice Awards she went for a more subdued kind of sexy in a buttoned up black suit. The luxe material, those flashy metallic pumps and that sleek ponytail helped make the look undeniably alluring.

    Taylor Swift

    Taylor Swiftat the 2014 Teen Choice Awards

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    Taylor continued her crop top streak in a coordinating green two piece. We're digging the black and white hem detail and Tay's killer yellow heels. Really cute, right?

    Shay Mitchell

    Shay Mitchellat the 2014 Teen Choice Awards

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    The Pretty Little Liars star looked lovely in a lacy white crop top and high-waisted pencil skirt. A bordeaux lip, side braid and metallic accessories stepped the look up a notch.

    Shailene Woodley

    Shailene Woodleyat the 2014 Teen Choice Awards

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    Everyone is always dying to know what Shailene Woodley will wear on the red carpet. For last night's Teen Choice Awards, she went bold in a black long sleeve dress featuring a high slit and a super-complex print (seriously, this isn't for the faint of fashion heart).

    Bella Thorne

    Bella Thorneat the 2014 Teen Choice Awards

    Photo credit: Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic/Getty Images

    The budding fashion star showed up to the blue carpet in well, a blue outfit. Her sweetheart neckline mini dress featured a larger than life fit and flare silhouette and a summery floral pattern that paired sweetly with her simple blue pumps.

    Hilary Duff

    Hilary Duffat the 2014 Teen Choice Awards

    Photo credit: Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic/Getty Images

    Lizzie McGuire is all grown up! Poised for a singing comeback, Hilary Duff hit the Teen Choice Awards in a sexy black leather midi skirt and a black crop top featuring a slight floral print.

    Sarah Hyland

    Sarah Hylandat the 2014 Teen Choice Awards

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    Sarah Hyland dazzled in a sequined strappy dress with a V-neck and ever-so-subtle tulle detail at the hem. Unique strappy sandals and a sleek ponytail polished the look off.

    Debby Ryan

    Debby Ryanat the 2014 Teen Choice Awards

    Photo credit: Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic/Getty Images

    Much like fellow Disney star Bella Thorne, Debby Ryan is definitely a style star to watch. The Jessie star hit the award show in a tailored black and white BCBG jumpsuit that we have to have in our closet, like right now.

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    Nicky Hilton: 365 Style

    Nicky recalls how her mom Kathy used to dress her and sister Paris as twins, even when they were teenagers walking red carpets. She didn't find her own fashion footing until "towards the end of high school," she admits. "I've been lucky to grow up around some of the biggest fashion designers in the world, modeling, designing and seeing it from every angle. I've learned a lot," she told us of what inspired her to pen her own book.

    Paris and Nicky Hilton

    Photo credit: Evan Agostini/Hulton Archive/Getty Images

    Her book includes an entire chapter on how to find your own personal style, as well as a quiz to help you figure out your own unique fashion fingerprint. But don't be afraid to try a new look that's outside your comfort zone. "At the New York Ballet, I totally stepped out of my element and wore this Valentino Couture blue gown and had my hair up with big emeralds," Nicky recalls. "It was a real departure from how I usually dress and sort of that Cinderella moment."

    Once you've decided on your own style MO, it's time to clean out your closet. Nicky's four questions to ask yourself when debating whether to ditch or keep an item are as follows:

    1. 1. Is it your size?
    2. Is it flattering?
    3. Is it me
    4. Is it ruined?

    Once you've decluttered your closet and tossed old clothes, then it's time for the fun part: shopping. Using her 365 approach, you can maximize your wardrobe without blowing your budget each season. "The 3-6-5 was invented to help simplify a woman's wardrobe," Nicky explains. "The 3 stands for the most common occasions you dress for; 6 represents the six clothing staples and 5 stands for the number of accessories you need."

    Paris, Kathy and Nicky Hilton

    Photo credit: Stefanie Deutsch/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images

    In fact, Nicky is cleaning out her own personal closet to celebrate before her book goes on sale Sept. 2. When you pre-order it from Amazon, Target or Barnes and Noble and send in your receipt, you can win pieces straight from her wardrobe. She shows off the goods for grabs on her Instagram and is announcing two lucky winners each Friday. Two recent giveaways included a Celine bag and Christian Louboutin shoes. Sign us up!

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    1. Of Mercer Allison Belt (ofmercer.com, $35)

    Of Mercer Allison Belt (ofmercer.com, $35)

    Just because you're at work doesn't mean you can't have fun with color. Brighten up a neutral dress with a pretty green belt to cinch your waist and make a style statement.

    2. Kitsch Baby Girl Statement Necklace (mykitsch.com, $14)

    Kitsch Baby Girl Statement Necklace (mykitsch.com, $14)

    Worn over classy sheaths or casual tops, this eye-catching necklace will make you stand out at work for all the right reasons.

    3. Mangrove Sicily Scarf (mangrove.us.com, $150)

    Mangrove Sicily Scarf (mangrove.us.com, $150)

    Dress up a plain sheath dress and beat the incessant AC chill in your office with this cheery floral pattern scarf featuring eyelash fringe.

    4. Emperia Christina Two Tone Satchel (tjmaxx.com, $30)

    Emperia Christina Two Tone Satchel (tjmaxx.com, $30)

    When planning your commute bag, go for classic colors (black and white) that'll match any office outfit you select and fit all your daily essentials. This little baby even comes with an interior pouch.

    5. Yosi Samra Paige Leather Oxford (yosisamra.com, $165)

    Yosi Samra Paige Leather Oxford (yosisamra.com, $165)

    Cover all your fashion bases with a professional yet cheeky pair of oxfords. These black and white ones will add a bit of sass to your buttoned up work attire thanks to their python detail.

    6. Elma Aviator Sunglasses (missguidedus.com, $9)

    Elma Aviator Sunglasses (missguidedus.com, $9)

    Heading out of the office with your colleagues? Make sure you grab a pair of stylish yet professional shades (no heart-shaped sunnies, please) like these classic aviators.

    7. Keds x Kate Spade New York Champion Jersey (keds.com, $75)

    Keds x Kate Spade New York Champion Jersey (keds.com, $75)

    Work in a creative, casual office? Go ahead and get whimsical with your footwear. These kicks are comfy, cool and chic, so you'll be ruling the office in major style.

    8. Express Analog Bracelet Watch - Turquoise and Rose Gold (express.com, $128)

    Express Analog Bracelet Watch - Turquoise and Rose Gold (express.com, $128)

    Make sure you're on time and in style with a statement watch that's practical and stylish. We adore the colored face on this one.

    9. Donatienne Emme Mint Handbag (donatiennehandbags.com, $298)

    Donatienne Emme Mint Handbag (donatiennehandbags.com, $298)

    Sick of toting a big, well, tote to work? Downsize your work bag and reach for this pretty, sweet satchel. It's small enough to transition to a night out but big enough to fit your go-to work essentials like your phone, beauty stash, keys and wallet.

    10. Dot Print Haircalf Belt (bananarepublic.gap.com, $27)

    Dot Print Haircalf Belt (bananarepublic.gap.com, $27)

    If you ask us, polka dots are always a good idea. Get flirty in this black and white belt!

    11. Bobbi Brown Beach Fragrance Roller Ball (qvc.com, $25)

    Bobbi Brown Beach Fragrance Roller Ball (qvc.com, $25)

    Don't suffocate your co-workers with a strong, heavy-handed dose of perfume, ladies. Opt for a subtle, sweet roller ball that will give you just a dose of fragrance.

    12. Grand Central Sophistication Necklace (modcloth.com, $25)

    Grand Central Sophistication Necklace (modcloth.com, $25)

    When in doubt, always go for pearls. For formal work events and presentations, they add just the touch of sophistication and class you need.

    13. Women's Liner Socks (oldnavy.gap.com, $9)

    Women's Liner Socks (oldnavy.gap.com, $9)

    Dress up your toes with some sassy socks at the office. It's a fun and small way to infuse some personality into your work look without going overboard.

    14. Chinese Laundry Area Nude Pump (chineselaundry.com, $80)

    Chinese Laundry Area Nude Pump (chineselaundry.com, $45.)

    Every working lady needs a reliable nude pump in her closet. They're leg-elongating color chameleons that go with anything in your wardrobe, so you'll get years of use out of them.

    15. LANY Bow Tie Satchel (lanystyle.com, $60)

    LANY Bow Tie Satchel (lanystyle.com, $60)

    Want to express your style but still follow the office dress code? This black satchel with a flirty bow does both.

    16. Blue Dot Bobby Slides (remingtonproducts.com, $5)

    Blue Dot Bobby Slides (remingtonproducts.com, $5)

    Add a touch of attitude to your updo with these subdued yet beautiful bobby slides. They're tiny but trust us, they'll leave a big impact.

    17. Celeste Dress Shoes (cobbhillshoes.com, $60)

    Celeste Dress Shoes (cobbhillshoes.com, $60)

    Just because you're in an office all day doesn't mean you can't enjoy the warm weather with some sunny wedge sandals. These neutral ones will match most of your closet, too.

    18. Squire Stone Dangles Ivory Earrings (shopprimadonna.com, $10)

    Squire Stone Dangles Ivory Earrings (shopprimadonna.com, $10)

    Dangling earrings are totally appropriate in today's more casual work environments. Brighten up your ears with this colorful pair.

    19. Reef Dew Kist Shoe in Cream (shop.reef.com, $54)

    Reef Dew Kist Shoe in Cream (shop.reef.com, $54)

    If you're lucky enough to have a pretty casual dress code, you can get away with more relaxing shoes. Take advantage of the nice weather with this eyelet pair.

    20. Oak73 Tiny Floral Leather Tote (oak73.com, $180)

    Oak73 Tiny Floral Leather Tote (oak73.com, $180)

    Think florals are too bold for the workplace? Think again. A tote in a subtle and delicate floral print can add a touch of detail to an otherwise toned down outfit.

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