Good Girl Gone Wild
Spring Runway Makeup Inspiration

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We’ve come to expect a certain level of unkempt “coolness” from the Proenza Schouler beauty look each season, and for spring, Paul Hanlon for Fekkai wanted the girls’ hair to look purposefully scraggly and lived-in. He tied a scarf around each model’s neck—over the hair—to create a dent, as if her hair had gotten stuck under her collar. Diane Kendal for MAC added some smudged eyeliner under the eyes, and these urban girls were good to go.

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Guido Palau for Redken created a rock ‘n’ roll, “party girl” look inspired by Edie Sedgwick for the Marc Jacobs show. He pulled the hair into a disheveled, low-slung ponytail with a deep side part, and teased near the crown for extra volume. Francois Nars wanted to give Edie’s classic makeup look a modern update, so he concentrated on strong, square eyebrows, pale skin (no blush or lipstick!) and lots of mascara.


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Wes Gordon's uptown girls got down and dirty this season: Bumble and bumble's Laurent Philippon created a rough, dreadlock-inspired style that was a surprising contrast to the collection. We've never seen bedhead look so good!


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Tory Burch

The Tory Burch girl is fresh-faced and a bit bohemian this season—we love how carefree and romantic these messy fishtail braids look.


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Herve Leger

A very cool peek-a-boo braid at Herve Leger.

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BCBG

You really can’t go wrong when your beauty look is inspired by the great Kate Moss, which was precisely the case at BCBG. With messy, party-girl hair and black kohl eyeliner rimming the eyes, this style is sure to bring out the sexy, inner supermodel in all of us.


Best Beauty Tips!

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Overzealous tweezing can lead to emaciated brows and bald patches, where hair only grows back irregularly. Use a protein-spiked brow gel to stimulate healthy growth and brow fillers to shade in problem areas.

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Sure, it’s chilly in your bathroom in the morning, but don’t be tempted to crank up the heat in the shower. Hot water followed by cool, dry air leads to rough skin. To lock in moisture post-shower, pat — don’t rub — yourself dry, and coat skin in a thick alpha-hydroxy lotion.
 

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Large pores are caused by two things: genetics and age. Want to shrink them? Go to a dermatologist or a spa to get microdermabrasion treatments, a type of facial that gently sloughs off the dead surface layer of skin.


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Keep your eyes open when applying liquid liner — otherwise your line will look uneven. Apply by drawing three dashes, one on the corner, one in the middle, and one on the inside corner of your eye. Then go back and connect the dashes for a smooth line.


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For full lips go for a glossy look. Try first outlining the perimeter of your lips using a concealer brush dipped in bronzer two shades deeper than your skin tone. Then, top pout with gold, peach, or coral gloss.


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Prevent dead-skin pileup by using a pumice stone in the shower — and don’t be tempted into using a razor. That will only cause more skin to grow back. Pamper your feet with moisturizing facial masks.


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Want to make your small eyes look bigger? Stay away from dark eyeshadows. Start with a nude base, then apply shadow a shade or two darker than the base to your crease and use your finger to blend the color up toward your eyebrow.


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Even if you didn’t get enough sleep last night, your skin doesn’t have to give you away. Nothing wakes up a face like bright cheek color. Consider a cream blush with red or pink overtones. Blend into the apples of your cheeks and set with loose powder.


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For a modern take on luminous skin, try pearlized pink-sand shades on lids and cheeks. With a pale matte mouth, you’ll look rock-club cool (not disco)


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We love the black on white! The Mad Men actress ever-so-chicly belted her white one-shoulder custom Jason Wu dress.

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Kat Dennings

The 2 Broke Girls star showed off her assets in a red va-va-voom J. Mendel dress.

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Hayden Panettiere

The star of the upcoming series Nashville looked ultra-glam in a gold Marchesa gown covered in sheer tulle.

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Emily VanCamp

The Revenge star wore a flowing gray J. Mendel dress. Even more aww-worthy was her Van Cleef bow-tied bracelet.


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Tina Fey

Tina’s on trend! The comedian — who is gearing up for the final season of 30 Rock — rocked a Vivienne Westwood dress in fall’s key color, burgundy.

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Zooey Deschanel

She’s no new girl to the red carpet, but the New Girl actress looked as adorable as over in layers upon layers of icy blue tulle in her Reem Acra dress.

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Emilia Clarke

The Game of Thrones actress dared to be different in a white two-level Chanel dress with striking purple embellishments.






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Find a darker hue that flatters. If you have lighter features and want to go darker, go for a medium or dark brown instead of black. To get this style, roughly dry hair on a medium heat without applying any product beforehand. After hair is dry, add a dry spray wax and work through hair until you get that perfect unwashed look, and add a teensy bit of shine just to your bangs.

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Give hair some life with texture and shine. Work a texture cream through the ends of your hair. Take a flat iron and use a little heat at the roots so everything is straight and shiny. Use a small curling iron on the ends to make them flip up a bit so you get a different sort of texture. Finish with a shine serum.



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Grow out bangs in style by flat-ironing them so that they fall off to the side and stay that way. Dry hair with a round brush-use a big dollop of smoothing styling créme to tame frizzies without greasiness.




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Use a super-moisturizing shampoo — thick, textured hair needs more moisture than most. Run a curl cream through your damp and newly hydrated locks, and use a diffuser on medium heat to kick-start the drying. Diffuse until hair is half-dry. Once hair is dry, go back in and use a large-barrel curling iron on three or four two-inch sections.


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Start by finger-combing through dry hair to get a little volume and separation. Mist hair with spray gel to give separation, texture and hold, and pull one side loosely back, keeping hair in front of your ear.

I’m Loving Kendall Jenner’s style!

WHO: Bella ThorneWORE: Maria Lucia Hohan Dress, silver platforms, silver chain bracelet and necklace. WHERE: Young Hollywood Awards in Hollywood, CaliforniaThe Disney star was certainly the belle of the ball. Bella was feminine and elegant in her ballerina-inspired pale pink frock. The frock featured a corset top with a pleated, dainty skirt. Her strappy, silver heels reflected the gorgeous tone of the dress. Bella’s choice of simple jewelry was a perfect way to add to the look without taking any eyes away from that show-stopper dress. 

WHO: Bella Thorne

WORE: Maria Lucia Hohan Dress, silver platforms, silver chain bracelet and necklace. 

WHERE: Young Hollywood Awards in Hollywood, California

The Disney star was certainly the belle of the ball. Bella was feminine and elegant in her ballerina-inspired pale pink frock. The frock featured a corset top with a pleated, dainty skirt. Her strappy, silver heels reflected the gorgeous tone of the dress. Bella’s choice of simple jewelry was a perfect way to add to the look without taking any eyes away from that show-stopper dress. 


Spring Break Fashion Here comes the sun! The Seventeen Style Council shows off their favorite warm weather wear. A Little Edge

"I love flowy sheer tops for spring, very hippie/rocker chic. Pair it with high wasted shorts and some high heeled booties and this is the perfect outfit for spring!" —Samii

Golden Girl

"I can’t wait to step out of winter and add some color to my wardrobe! The yellow high-waisted shorts are so cute and colorful. Denim jackets are also a spring break must-have because they look good with any outfit. Also, layers of jewelery is a fun way to make a statement with your outfit and show your personality. The red bag gives the outfit another pop of color, while the black shirt brings the look together. I’m a petite girl, so the high-waisted shorts elongate my body and make my legs look longer." —Natalie

Neon Lights

"Spring break is all about shedding off some of those bulky layers and getting ready for some sunshine. This spring you can find me in a fitted mini-dress and a light blazer to protect from the lingering winter weather. I’m also really excited to pair some neon accents in my outfits — like in the form of cute ankle socks!" —Ellie

A Little Lace

"My ideal spring break outfit pairs a bright neon skirt with something neutral, like this Wish lace doily top, and a picnic basket/hand bag to store some snacks and refreshments for a day out in the park. Normally I stray away from wearing any type of boot, but these ankle booties are quite cozy, despite the daunting heel." —Olivia

2012 Spring and Summer Teen Fashion Trends. If you’re a teen and you’re making your list for spring and summer fashion, it’s the year of bold bright colors, and neon hues. Have fun this season mixing bold colors of pinks, and blue in the form of mini skirts and graphic tees. Other most wanted styles for teens this season include 70′s inspired fashion ( sheer maxi skirts, bohemian tops, swing blouses, and uneven hem lines) polka dots, stripes, bandage skirts and dresses, color-blocking and tons of bold prints and patterns. Look beneath to see some of the trends.

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Powerpuff Eyes, triptych for Cartoon Network Gallery and exhibition at Jett Gallery in San Diego, July 11-14.

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Powerpuff Eyes, triptych for Cartoon Network Gallery and exhibition at Jett Gallery in San Diego, July 11-14.