Posts Tagged ‘Marc Jacobs’


Thursday, August 10th, 2017
AGE:  29
CITY/STATE:  Puyallup, Washington
PHILOSOPHY: Moisturize, Moisturize, Moisturize!!
AM BEAUTY ROUTINE:   Wash face with Shiseido Benefiance Extra Creamy Cleansing Foam, use Dickinson’s Original Witch Hazel Pore Perfecting Toner, apply Shiseido Ultimune Power Infusing Concentrate and Hard Candy Sheer Envy Pore-Defense Primer Serum. Makeup: L’Oréal Paris True Match Lumi Healthy Luminous Makeup, L’Oréal Paris True Match Super-Blendable Powder, Tarte Amazonian Clay 12-hour Blush, Smashbox eye shadow (color depends on my outfit that day), Maybelline New York Lash Sensational Luscious Full Fan Effect Mascara (top & bottom lashes), Rimmel London Exaggerate Waterproof Eyeliner in Black. Set everything with Hard Candy Sheer Envy Mattifying No Shine Setting Spray. Perfume: Marc Jacobs DAISY, YSL Black Opium, or Chanel No 5 L’EAU.
PM BEAUTY ROUTINE:  Wash face with Cailyn Dizzolv’It Makeup Melting Balm, Mask and wash with Dr. Jart+ Dermaclear Trans-Foam Clay (pink, white or green. Rotate throughout week), use Dickinson’s Original Witch Hazel Pore Perfecting Toner. Masque-ology or SOO AE sheet mask every other night. Moisturize with Clinique Moisture Surge (on nights not using sheet masks).
CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT PRODUCT:  My moisturizers. I can get very dry skin and that doesn’t make for a pretty look.
CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT COSMETIC:  Mascara. Definitely!
MOST EXPENSIVE PRODUCT:  Shiseido Ultimune Power Infusing Concentrate
BEST BARGAIN PRODUCT:  Any Hard Candy product. Super cheap & and they work well.
 FAVORITE BEAUTY TOOL:  Tria Beauty Hair Removal Laser
 MISC:  My mother always told me beauty comes from within. This being said, it never hurts to get dolled up and feel pretty on the outside.



Friday, September 16th, 2016
 Marc Jacobs Spring 2017 Runway Show - Backstage
While closing New York Fashion Week, designer Marc Jacobs decided to add a splash of color (and some controversy) to his campaign, by sending predominantly Caucasian models down the runway, sporting multi-colored dreadlocks.  Redken global creative director, Guido Palau, shared with Harper’s Bazaar that the look was inspired by transgendered director, Lana Wachowski, and “certain types of cultures, like rave culture, club culture, acid house, Boy George and Marilyn.”  As dreadlocks are mainstream in African American culture, the reference was seen by many as exclusionary.
Continuing to defend the aesthetic, Palau shared, “The interesting thing about Marc is how he takes something so street and so raw, and because of the coloration of the hair and the makeup, it becomes a total look,” referring to dreadlocks as, “something that we’ve bypassed on the street.”  However, Palau then said that Jacobs “makes us look at it again in a much more sophisticated and fashionable way,” infuriating many in the African American community who believe that the look was already sophisticated and fashionable.



Sunday, February 21st, 2016

Gaga BrowsLady Gaga is known for being a true chameleon, and last week, she failed to disappoint.  At the Oscar Nominee’s Luncheon (left), she appeared as an elegant ice cream blonde; at the Grammys, she channeled David Bowie as a flaming redhead (right).  She even made a surprise runway appearance at Marc Jacob’s Fall 2016 presentation on Thursday, adopting a punk-meets-goth look, created by François Nars.  So how does the multi-hyphenate transform so easily?  “I bleach my eyebrows every day – I like to keep them light,” she revealed to Vogue.  “They’re more versatile for a beauty look. You can draw [your eyebrows] any way you want when they’re bleached,” she said.