June 9, 2017
March 26, 2012
For Spring 2012, Target is launching an exciting new collection of exclusive, and affordable beauty products, all retailing at $35 or less! Featured brands include JK Jemma Kidd, Nicole by OPI, NP Set, Pixi, Umberto Beverly Hills, Nip+Fab, Apotheke: M, and up&up will be available starting March 2012 in stores and online at www.target.com.
Spring makeup trends include everything from the bold brows at Derek Lam and Moschino to the more artistic appliques as seen at Chanel and Givenchy. However, taking luxurious care of your skin and hair is always on trend!
Makeup artist Petra Strand for Pixi draws on her “makeup-to-wakeup” philosophy to build a line of fuss free products that simultaneously offer skin care benefits. Radiant beauty and luxurious treatments in one!
Makeup artist Jemma Kidd channeled her previous experience working with British and American Vogue, ELLE, and Vanity Fair before founding the Jemma Kidd makeup school. After cultivating professionalism and high-fashion edge, she launched JK by Jemma Kidd for today’s modern woman. Statement color and glamour make for runway-inspired looks in this collection of multipurpose, easy to use makeup.
Looking to update your skin regimen for Spring 2012? Nip+Fab‘s internationally renowned skin and body care collection uses advanced ingredients to boost skin’s pigment and enhance moisture.
Swipe these, and more, fashion-forward beauty looks at a price that is wallet friendly!
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February 23, 2010
Hosted at the mod loft-turned hair salon in the West Village, Red Market combined fashion, pampering and complimentary cocktails for a diva-worthy evening. Innovative Miguelina, WWD‘s ’07 “new designer to watch” Ardistia and nostalgic Jennifer Fein previewed their spring collections, comprised of seductive silks, vintage couture and magical carefree designs. Guests eagerly sifted through the samples while waiting for either a free hair cut and learning about environmentally friendly line of Davines’ natural hair-care products or testing the Indonesian skin-care treatments from the luxurious beauty brand, Juara.
As if there weren’t enough to bankrupt estrogen-saturated shopaholics, Velvet Angels displayed its confident, “luxury-attainable” footwear that is worth subsisting on tuna for the rest of the month to own a piece of. As frosting on the delicious cake of style, Sabido & Basteris showed off their alternative jewelry line that uses natural materials to create unique timeless pieces to accent a fashion-forward style. The affair was completed with sweet sprinkles of Becca Cosmetics, founded by Rebecca, an Australian make-up artist whose products accommodate the busy lifestyle of the modern woman. And to keep the spoiled guests from feeling too self-indulgent, J. Alexander‘s book Follow A Model was auctioned off to raise proceeds for Wyclef Jean’s Yele Haiti fund.
– Maria Eilersen