Spring is here! Get your hands on Estee Lauder’s Spring 2013 Pretty Naughty Collection. Personally, we think its perfect for all the colorful and floral looks of Springtime. Continue reading for more pics and a list of the collection!
In celebration of Breast Cancer month, many companies in the fashion and beauty world have announced their campaigns to raise awareness about breast cancer, as well as releasing products with funds going towards the research for breast cancer.
Here at Audrey, we have the privilege to try out new products on our Thursday beauty days. Last week we tried on nail polish from MAC and Estee Lauder. With fall approaching soon, the shades we tried on are perfect for all your fall wardrobe choices.
Earlier this month, Estée Lauder held a press event in New York City to their new philosophy of “Every Woman Can Be Beautiful.” The venerable 65-year-old cosmetics company also unveiled the launch of two new skincare products for all skintones, Idealist Even Skintone Illuminator and Idealist Cooling Eye Illuminator (more on that in our next issue).
Got a big trip ahead of you? Lighten your TSA maximum liquid load with these easy liquid alternatives, featured in our Winter 2010-11 issue.
ISSUE: Winter 2010-11
STORY: Anna M. Park
It’s hard enough traveling these days without trying to fit your entire beauty arsenal into a tiny quart size baggie. Try these ingenious alternatives to liquids.
Estée Lauder came out with their first collectible solid perfume compact in 1967. This year, the tradition continues with new handcrafted designs for their timeless Youth Dew (it’s hip again!), as well as other favorites like Pleasures, Beautiful and White Linen. Continue Reading »
We told you fashion model Liu Wen landed an Estée Lauder contract back in April. Now we have a sneak peek of the behind the scenes photos from Liu Wen’s first major campaign with Estée Lauder, Wild Violet, available at Estée Lauder counters starting January 1, 2011.
What do you think of her look?
More photos after the jump.
Finally! We have a face that represents us in one of largest cosmetic companies in the world. The next time you see an Estée Lauder ad in a fashion magazine, look for Chinese model Liu Wen.
As the first model from China signed by Estée Lauder, Liu joins the brand’s roster of global beauties that include Hilary Rhoda (U.S.), Elizabeth Hurley (U.K.), Anja Rubik (Poland), Liya Kebede (Ethiopia) and Constance Jablonski (France). Liu will make her debut in the brand’s global advertising campaigns beginning June 2010.
“Estée Lauder has always searched for global beauties that define a generation,” said Aerin Lauder, senior vice president and creative director, calling Liu a “beauty of our time.” Jane Hertzmark Hudis, global brand president, said that Liu has the “style and confidence that reflects Estée Lauder’s modern vision of global beauty.”
Originally from Beijing, the 5-foot-10.5-inch model, known for her dimples, exploded onto the international stage in Paris on the Spring 2008 runways of Chanel and Jean Paul Gaultier. Liu has since a fixture on the runways of New York, Milan and Paris, walking a total of 49 shows for the Autumn/Winter 2010 season, including Rodarte, Derek Lam, Michael Kors, Carolina Herrera, Proenza Schouler, Alexander Wang, Fendi, Bottega Veneta, Salvatore Ferragamo and Balenciaga. She has shot editorials with the world’s top fashion photographers and has recently appeared on the cover of Chinese Vogue, and in editorials for W as well as the French, Japanese and Chinese editions of Vogue.
So, what do you think of Liu Wen’s look? Do you think she’ll make Estée Lauder more appealing to Asian American women?
Photos courtesy of Estée Lauder.
It may be still too early to break out the strappy sandals (at least without chunky socks, anyway), but I’m dreaming of warmer weather right now. Till I can get myself to Maui later this year, I’ll satiate my tropical yearnings by planning my Kaanapali look now. Like this dress from Indian American designer Bibhu Mohapatra. High fashion meets oceanside wedding.
It’s a new season and I, for one, can’t wait to try out spring’s pretty, colorful looks. Inspired by all the sorbet colors on the runway, I’m gonna go for a more naturally pretty, naturally undone look.
But that doesn’t mean I’m going to put away my makeup kit. From flushed cheeks, yummy nails, bold brows and fluttery lashes, spring’s makeup arsenal has plenty of styles to experiment with.
And keep reading for a special beauty giveaway by LashFood — their newest conditioning liquid eyeliner gives you a precise line while encouraging the health and growth of your natural lashes! Five lucky readers get to try one for free!
The beauty looks from New York Fashion Week keep rolling in. And with most of the country still swathed in chilly weather, now’s the perfect time to experiment with the looks models wore down the runway last week.
My favorite is M*A*C’s face chart for Peter Som. Super spiky eyelashes, a shimmery golden eye and vampy lips for an “uptown girl meets Woodstock” look, according to makeup artist Tom Pecheaux. It’s so easy to do and a refreshing change from spring’s pastel profusion.