Advertisement
HomeCollectionsLip Liner
IN THE NEWS

Lip Liner

FIND MORE STORIES ABOUT:
FEATURED ARTICLES
NEWS
By Shari Roan and Shari Roan,Los Angeles Times | December 21, 2003
Permanent makeup -- color applied to the facial skin to resemble lip liner, eyeliner or eyebrows -- is among the trickiest of tattoos to remove. Just ask the woman whose lips turned black and eyebrows yellow. The case, reported by a team of dermatologists last year in the journal Dermatologic Surgery, was an extreme example of what can go wrong when doctors use lasers to attempt to remove certain colors of tattoos, such as the reds and browns used in permanent makeup. Such tattoos are popular among women who want to save time applying makeup or who want to appear as if they have makeup on all the time.
ARTICLES BY DATE
FEATURES
By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | July 17, 2014
Armed with the right tools and tips, achieving the top hair and makeup looks for the summer season can be a breeze. From the casual comfort of a beach-inspired appearance to a more formal updo, Baltimore stylists and artists have come up with ways to recreate these looks on your own. Follow these rules and stand out from the rest. Makeup trend: Smoky eye Expert: Gavin Hebert, makeup artist at All About Me Salon and Day Spa, Towson; allaboutmedayspa.com How to achieve it: The smoky eye is a technique more than a color, according to Hebert.
Advertisement
FEATURES
By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | July 17, 2014
Armed with the right tools and tips, achieving the top hair and makeup looks for the summer season can be a breeze. From the casual comfort of a beach-inspired appearance to a more formal updo, Baltimore stylists and artists have come up with ways to recreate these looks on your own. Follow these rules and stand out from the rest. Makeup trend: Smoky eye Expert: Gavin Hebert, makeup artist at All About Me Salon and Day Spa, Towson; allaboutmedayspa.com How to achieve it: The smoky eye is a technique more than a color, according to Hebert.
NEWS
By Shari Roan and Shari Roan,Los Angeles Times | December 21, 2003
Permanent makeup -- color applied to the facial skin to resemble lip liner, eyeliner or eyebrows -- is among the trickiest of tattoos to remove. Just ask the woman whose lips turned black and eyebrows yellow. The case, reported by a team of dermatologists last year in the journal Dermatologic Surgery, was an extreme example of what can go wrong when doctors use lasers to attempt to remove certain colors of tattoos, such as the reds and browns used in permanent makeup. Such tattoos are popular among women who want to save time applying makeup or who want to appear as if they have makeup on all the time.
NEWS
By Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan and Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan,Sun Staff | February 10, 2002
This Valentine's Day, women are once again faced with the challenge of finding that fabulous lip color that's going to stick with you -- and on your lips -- through dinner and beyond. We decided to test 10 lipsticks in sexy shades of red to find out which brand is going to be a gal's best friend on this night of romance. We subjected the lip colors to two tests: * "Dinner," which involved slurping up five forkfuls of pasta and taking five sips of wine. * "Kissing," which wasn't as sexy as it sounds.
FEATURES
By Catherine Cook | January 10, 1991
* Don't lighten your hair just because you're aging.* Don't spend more effort camouflaging flaws; enhance assets.Don't forget to modify your hair and makeup as you age and styles change.Don't wear pearlized shadows if you have even a few wrinkles -- you'll look like you have more.Don't choose eye shadows just because they're dramatic; shadows shouldbring out the color of your eyes.Do start with a lip liner, a sprinkle of powder and two applications of lipstick for maximum staying power.Do find a middle ground between too much and too little makeup.
FEATURES
By Pat Morgan and Pat Morgan,Knight-Ridder Newspapers | January 16, 1991
Here are some ways to save money while pampering yourself:Stretching cosmetics:* Once moisturizer is at the halfway mark or lower,add an ounce of water for each ounce of product and mix well.* Don't waste expensive skin toner by saturating a cotton ball. Soak the cotton in water first and squeeze out excess water. Use the dampened cotton ball to apply toner.* If you like to use a natural sponge or loofah in the bath,try a painter's sponge. Buy them cheap at hardware stores.* If your lipstick color has faded in the tube,wearing it over gold on your lips will restore the color and add dramatic shine.
NEWS
By Erin White and Erin White,McClatchy-Tribune | September 23, 2007
Is that foundation you bought last fall still safe to wear? What about the lipstick you found in an old purse? We consulted some experts to find when cosmetics and other personal care products - often little more talcum powder, minerals and coloring - really should make their way from the bathroom counter to the wastebasket. Here's a roundup of their best advice. Mascara How long to keep it: Three to six months Expert explanation: Your eyes are a haven for bacteria, because they're wet and warm, explains Justin Klabin, who designs and manufactures personal care products.
NEWS
By Maria Blackburn and Maria Blackburn,Special to the Sun | March 28, 2004
A budding glamour girl has many things to keep track of -- hair clips, jewels, purses, pictures of devoted fans, hair ribbons. Alexa, Bianca and Clair make it easy. The girls aren't girls at all, they're wall hangings meant to organize clutter by giving a girl a place to put all the little doodads that invariably end up on top of the dresser, the counter and the floor. The Burnes of Boston wall sculptures come in three designs, the sophisticated Alexa, the ponytailed Clair and the cosmopolitan Bianca.
NEWS
By Maria Blackburn and Maria Blackburn,SUN STAFF | May 14, 2000
Cosmetics by Calvin You can't get much cooler than Calvin Klein's sleek, minimalist clothes. Unless, of course, you consider the popular designer's new color cosmetics line. Calvin Klein color cosmetics, which debuted in stores recently, include lip, eye, cheek and face color, as well as seven skin-care items and accessories such as brushes and sharpeners. Calvin himself reportedly picked the shades for his 180-piece line. Look for everything from robust red to nearly nude. The overall look is translucent and natural.
NEWS
By Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan and Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan,Sun Staff | February 10, 2002
This Valentine's Day, women are once again faced with the challenge of finding that fabulous lip color that's going to stick with you -- and on your lips -- through dinner and beyond. We decided to test 10 lipsticks in sexy shades of red to find out which brand is going to be a gal's best friend on this night of romance. We subjected the lip colors to two tests: * "Dinner," which involved slurping up five forkfuls of pasta and taking five sips of wine. * "Kissing," which wasn't as sexy as it sounds.
NEWS
By Tricia Bishop and Tricia Bishop,Sun Staff | July 15, 2001
''Fresh and clean" hardly seems a likely description for a room full of sweaty dancers, but that's exactly how Allen Mrachek of Havre de Grace describes his DJ Cologne, which he says is inspired by the DJ / dance-club vibe. We expected something more funky and foul, but as it turns out, it actually smells pretty good -- fresh and clean, even. Passing it around the office added these descriptors: spring-breeze-like, refreshing and ocean-inspired. The cologne came into being after Mrachek's Elkton-based nightclub, the Underground Pub, was closed in 1998 because of noise complaints.
NEWS
By Maria Blackburn and Maria Blackburn,SUN STAFF | February 13, 2000
Seasoned TV viewers know better than to watch award shows for the awards. Boring speeches, big bad production numbers and flubbed lines? Come on. The real reason to watch the Grammy Awards (Feb. 23) and the Academy Awards (March 26) is to see what the stars wear. New York-based celebrity makeup artist Maria Verel -- whose client list includes Grammy nominees Emmylou Harris and Diana Krall, not to mention Diane Sawyer, Emme and Lucy Lawless -- says you don't have to be a star to dress and wear your hair and makeup like one. Her thoughts on the topic: Q: What can we expect to see women wearing at awards shows this spring?
Baltimore Sun Articles
|
|
|
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.