MIZANI, the professional authority for all curl textures, took Spring 2015 New York Fashion Week by storm backstage at Victor dE Souza!

MIZANI Celebrity Artist and Master Stylist at Dop Dop Salon Cesar Ramirez created a bold, textured style that ruled the runway. See below details and step-by-step on how to get the look.

MIZANI Celebrity Artist and Master Stylist at Dop Dop Salon Cesar Ramirez, who created hair for the show, brought the vision to life by developing an ethereal, yet voluminous look in a striking blonde hue. Coupled with MIZANI styling products, he came up with the idea to create triangle shapes, with an unconventional, coiled texture to produce a magnificent reverse “A-Line Bob,” which paired perfectly with dE Souza’s collection.

“I wanted to design a dimensional style in this icy, arctic shade for a dramatic look,” says Ramirez. “Using MIZANI products to create the bold, textured style was a perfect match, as the brand has always been a leader in the professional textured market. I loved having the opportunity to work with Victor because he brings drama and his pieces are incredibly theatrical, so it really inspires my creativity.”

How to get the look:
Start by applying a small amount of MIZANI Iron Curl Heat Styling and Curling Cream to the entire head of hair, create a center part and brush smooth to start the shape
Take 3″ hair pins and wrap small strands of hair in a “figure 8” around the pin, holding the ends in place
Once the hair is wrapped around pins, spray it with MIZANI HRM Humidity Resistant Mist and heat with a flat iron for a few seconds; repeat the process until your entire head is covered with pins
Next, remove the hair pins and brush it out to reveal a very teased and textured head of hair
Cut the length very blunt into a triangle shape, frame the face and create a sharp line to reveal a cutting-edge A-Line Bob
Lastly, spray the entire head with MIZANI HRM Humidity Resistant Mist to set the shape, and voila!




Get The Look with Lauren B. Beauty Nail Couture

Step 1: Apply Lauren B. Beauty Nail Couture’s Dual Base Top Coat to the base of your nail and let dry.

Step 2: Paint the entire nail with two coats of Lauren B. Beauty Nail Couture’s City Of Angels and let dry.

Step 3: Create an accent nail on your ring finger by painting a gold half moon with Lauren B. Beauty Nail Couture’s Where’s My Oscar (TIP: Use a hole punch reinforcement sticker, available at office supply stores, as a stencil to make this quick and easy!)

Step 4: Shine and seal by applying the Dual Base Top Coat again and letting dry for 2 minutes.

Lauren B. Beauty Nail Couture is a collection of salon quality do-it-yourself manicure polishes that last for 2 weeks without chipping or fading.

Available at : www.LaurenBBeauty.com



Emily Meade and Carrie Coon from HBO’s The Leftovers, World Cup Ski Racer Lindsey Vonn, CFDA’s Stephen Kolb, Zanna Roberts Rassi, Street Peeper’s Phil Oh, Romero Britto, Dylan Lauren of Dylan’s Candy Bar, Olympic Medalists Sasha Cohen and Nastia Luikin, and more joined to celebrate CFDA designer’s one-of-a-kind looks inspired by the Barbie Fashion Design Maker, a new product out for girls this Fall.


As an icon that continues to inspire design, Barbie and the CFDA asked CFDA designers to create one-of-a-kind looks for Barbie; which were revealed at the Barbie & CFDA Fashion Lounge where fashion and technology came together.


The Barbie Fashion Design Maker Doll and app allows you to design and print real, wearable, custom fashions for Barbie doll. Create designs with prints and accessories included in the software, and add photos for totally personalized looks. Designs are brought to life by printing out custom creations on printable fabric – the fashions transform from 2D to 3D! Peel off the fashions, and adhere to Barbie doll’s figure and add embellishments. The fashions peel on and off like a sticker and can be worn by Barbie doll multiple times. The Barbie Fashion Design Maker Doll and app once again affirms that Barbie is the ultimate canvas for imagination.

NYFW Recap: butter LONDON x Yoana Baraschi

Backstage at Yoana Baraschi, butter LONDON’s Global Colour Ambassador Katie Jane Hughes created a bold makeup look to compliment the S/S 2015 collection.

Designer: Yoana Baraschi
Lead Makeup Artist: Katie Jane Hughes
The Scoop: Yoana Baraschi’s Spring 2015 collection is inspired by bold African sunsets. Sunset colors such as yellow, gold and saffron tones are combined with purples and accented with sangria and nectarine. Coral rose adds spice and warmth to the collection and mixed media prints add a daring African aesthetic.

The Makeup Look:
· Skin: skin was prepped with butter LONDON Hydrating Balm. Hughes then mixed butter LONDON Tinted Highlighter in Twit with moisturizer and applied to the high points of the face followed by a touch of concealer to even out skin.
· Cheeks: contour using butter LONDON Cream Bronzer in Bit Faker on hollows of the cheeks and temples.
· Lips: line lips with red lip liner and apply butter LONDON Moisture Matte Lipstick in Ladybird on bottom lip. Pop butter LONDON Moisture Matte Lipstick in Come To Bed Red, concentrating in the center and working towards the sides.
· Eyes: apply butter LONDON Hydrating Balm on lids. Draw a graphic line with butter LONDON Eye Pencil in Alabaster Gaze following the contour of the eye. Apply butter LONDON Eye Pencil in All Hail The Queen (out Spring ’15) under the lower lash line for a natural darkness. Lastly, apply butter LONDON Mascara in Union Jack Black to lashes concentrating on the roots.
· Brows: Lighten brows with concealer, then apply butter LONDON Tinted Highlighter in Pence to the inner brows.


The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands announces Luxury Fashion Event: Front Row

In less than six weeks, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore will present its most important fashion event to date with IMG, the world’s leading producer of fashion weeks across the globe.

Held 8-10 October 2014, Front Row at The Shoppes will witness the arrival of fashion royalty with today’s most celebrated designers and international celebrities. The three-day event will feature the season’s latest collections to all attendees.


This unforgettable schedule of events will be held at ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands, and will be centered around a series of exclusive fashion shows from bespoke brands in a unique setting. Front Row at The Shoppes will be an intimate fashion event where every ticket holder will have an up-close and personal experience.

The program will also treat top tier ticket holders to an A-list experience that will include privileges extending beyond the runway, with exclusive backstage access and invitations to after parties. The full schedule of events will be announced in the coming weeks.


Whitney Pozgay presents WHIT Spring 2015 Collection // ONISHI PROJECT Pop-up Gallery // September 3rd, 2014


The WHIT Spring 2015 Collection is inspired by designer Whitney Pozgay’s teen years and is influenced by the Girl Movement of the 1990’s. The collection explores the dichotomies of adolescence – the desire to be both feminine and tough, thoughtful and reckless, womanly and girly – all at the same time.

Graphic florals, a painterly check, abstract spin-art and a Kathleen Hanna-inspired “Girls to the Front” print are among the season’s custom prints. The color palette features bright primaries against a strong backdrop of black and white graphics.



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Alicia Keys attended the launch of Givenchy’s new fragrance Dahlia Divin in New York City on Tuesday Sept 2, 2014 bearing a baby bump.

The 33-year-old musician is the face of the perfume which hits Macy’s stores this fall. Alicia’s contract with Givenchy is her very first beauty deal and is quite specail to her.

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The pregnant and stylish Alicia Keys sported her iconic cornrows and beads better known from her “Fallin in Love” days paired with a mean pair of Guiseppe Zanotti polka dotted pumps.

Athleta Crush of Adrenaline – New York Fashion Week Show


Athleta, a premier fitness fashion brand for women, made its New York fashion week debut with the performance, Crush of Adrenaline, on Wednesday, September 3rd—showcasing the fusion of fitness and fashion in a way never seen before.


The adrenaline-fueled performance consisted of a series of sequences choreographed by world renowned choreographer Luam Keflezgy (who’s worked with the likes of Rihanna, Kanye West, Beyonce and Britney Spears); and styled by New York Stylist, Zanna Roberts Rassi (also Marie Claire Senior Fashion Editor, E! News and TODAY show fashion correspondent).


Crush of Adrenaline displayed athleticism, movement and power in an inspiring, beautiful way. The show took place in an oversized two-story installation created to showcase the highest degree of performance. Product from Athleta’s Fall ’14, Winter ’14 and Spring ’15 collections was featured, along with a series of exclusive anoraks designed specifically for the fashion show.

Fine Fragrance at Scentarium by Sue Phillips

The Fashion Reporter had the opportunity to sit down with the legendary Sue Phillips of Scenterprises in NYC to discuss fragrance and how Scentarium was born. Located in the very exclusive Tribeca section of Lower Manhattan lies a world of fine fragrances far removed from the typical beauty giants who are located in midtown Manhattan. Once upon a time, however, Sue Phillips was very responsible for the success of these giants.

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Sue Phillips began her career at Elizabeth Arden, and traveled around the country as training director conducting beauty training seminars. She was soon promoted into product development for Color Cosmetics, but her road didn’t end just there. She was later hired by Lancôme, where she worked as marketing director for Fragrance & Men’s Skincare, launched Programme Homme, and developed fragrance introduction for Tresor. Soon thereafter Sue was hired as Vice President of Fragrance Marketing for Tiffany & Company and developed the first iconic TIFFANY perfume for the 150th anniversary. She created “Tiffany,” “Tiffany for Men”, “Society” by Burberry, and “Burberry for Men” fragrances. Sue also developed the original three eponymous Trish McEvoy fragrances.
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Sue is also an Adjunct Professor of Cosmetic & Fragrance Marketing at LIM, training the future of fragrance marketers and perfume designers.
Over time, Sue’s passion grew deeper and she felt that she could offer more to the world of fine fragrances. Through her journey as an influencer in fragrance, she decided to start her very own perfumery in February 2014. She started custom fragrances six years ago at a time where it was unheard of. Fragrance Kit is a special product Sue recently created to take individuals on a fragrance journey without even having to travel to her headquarters in NYC.

The kit contains essential scents, a formula card and strips so that a custom fragrance can be created to each customers liking. A formula can be re-created by simply sending in the card so that it would always be on file.

Sue Phillips is by far a trendsetter and leader in the fragrance world. Her innovative ideas have customers traveling from all over the world to get their very own potion of heavenly scents offered at the Scentarium. For more information on where to buy, please visit www.scenterprises.com.

Make Your #Selfies Worth Something

Who doesn’t love taking a good selfie? Trick question — no one. Now you can make your beautiful #selfie worth something. Conair Professional One ‘n Only collection is encouraging you to take a picture of yourself and your gorgeous locks styled by your favorite One ‘n Only product for a chance to win a gift card up to $2,500 dollars.

It’s easy – head over to the One ‘n Only contest page (http://www.one-n-only.com/selfiecontest/enter.php#) upload your picture, including the One ‘n Only product used to achieve, and let the voting begin!

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