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Movement I by Wassily Kandinsky — It's one of life's quirks that one person could look at this and see random splotches of color ("any idiot could do this") and another person — me — would look at this and see beauty just because it isn't a representation of anything at all.

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Beauty Swag Makeup Artists Actually Use

Beauty Swag Makeup Artists Actually Use #refinery29 Elizabeth Arden Eight-Hour Cream, £27, available at Debenhams; Lancôme Hypnôse Mascara, £22.50, available at FeelUnique; YSL Rouge Pur Couture, £25, available at Boots; Suqqu Eyelash Curler, £18, available at Selfridges; Chanel Vitalumiére Foundation, £32, available at Selfridges.

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Backstage Beauty Report: Prettiness Overload at Dolce & Gabbana

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The Beauty Products the Pros Are ACTUALLY Using Backstage

What The Pros Really Use Backstage at NYFW #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/2014/09/74256/professional-beauty-tools-fashion-week-2014#slide-6 “I’ve been mixing my own moisturizer for years,” says beauty guru Charlotte Tilbury, who was backstage at Donna Karan. “I came to call it ‘Magic Cream’ because it just gives you this really dewy, fresh, radiant look.”

I look forward to her silver hair. A magnificent face, with an eye colour that will surprise everybody, that have been a white-out for too long because of the too-light, too-warm hair. Given that her best look and persona do not follow trend, I often wonder why she puts up with it. But then I did. Silver hair can be like saying to yourself "Welcome back!"

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The Beauty Products the Pros Are ACTUALLY Using Backstage

“I’ve been mixing my own moisturizer for years,” says beauty guru Charlotte Tilbury, who was backstage at Donna Karan. “I came to call it ‘Magic Cream’ because it just gives you this really dewy, fresh, radiant look.” Sir John, face painter to major icons like Iman, Naomi Campbell, and Beyoncé confessed backstage at Edun that it was one of his ...

So we told you how to recreate and rock milkmaid braids like the stars on the red carpet...now some makeup to pair with it. Didn't you just love actress Emily Blunt's Greek goddess look at the Golden Globes? From head to toe, the star looked super elegant, owing her makeup to artist Jenn Streicher. "Because we decided to have her hair loosely back I wanted her makeup to be soft and ethereal and just a pop of color on the lips to bring out the jewels," Streicher said. Check out what makeup…