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“I wanted Rosie to look like a punk princess so I gave her a strong brow and lip, and kept the rest of her face really fresh. It made her punk element feel more modern.” – celebrity makeup artist Monika Blunder for tarte
Become the ultimate punk princess! Keep reading to learn how to create this look at home. More >
“Kerry represents classic beauty with an edge and the Vera Wang dress she chose is classic with a punk twist. The stunning violets and blacks in the dress inspired me to create Kerry’s bold, smoky eye.” – Carola Gonzalez, celebrity makeup artist
For the Metropolitan Museum of Art annual gala — often referred to as the Oscars of Fashion — celebrities go all out, working with stylists to craft intricate looks fit for the fête’s theme. This year’s theme? Punk. And celebrity makeup artist Carola Gonzalez used all tarte products to create an edgy, sultry look for Kerry Washington. Love this look? Keep reading to learn how to get it at home! More >
What are you doing this Saturday? Come visit us at Columbus Circle Sephora…free makeovers, gifts bags, music, fun and a lot of Holiday beauty!
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In the age of fashion blogging and guerilla photogs, street style stars have almost eclipsed runway shows as the focus of New York Fashion Week. And while most of us may not have the cash to snag next season’s hottest designer pieces, we can create our favorite trendsetters’ looks right now, with items we probably already own. Here are four of our favorite street style looks from NYFW with tips on how to pull them together at home. More >
As you know, we’re all about high-performance naturals at tarte—we’ve got a roster of amazing waterproof, budgeproof, sweatproof, and 12-hour long-wear products to keep you looking fantastic no matter what. So, in the spirit of the Olympics, we invited some of our favorite beauty bloggers and editors to join us for a spin class and test some of these products out at FlyWheel Sports in NYC. More >
tartelettes, if you haven’t heard, Tone It Up is hosting another Bikini Series — 8 weeks of fitness, nutrition, beauty and fun to get you summer-ready — and we’ll be part of their summer beauty bag giveaway!
We stopped by their meet-up with Self Magazine at the Oakley store in Times Square today to check in with these bronzed fitness divas — and envy their already bikini-ready bods. Yeah, that’s me in the middle photo!
To begin Stephen used tarte’s Amazonian clay waterproof concealer in medium to even out Hailee’s complexion.He then used tarte’s airbrush finish bamboo foundation brush to buff in Hailee’s Amazonian clay 12-hour full coverage foundation with Broad Spectrum SPF 15 in medium to create a flawless complexion.
-Stephen used tarte’s Amazonian clay 12-hour blush in exposed, a warm nude, on the apples of her cheeks and along her cheekbones.
-He started by applying tarte’s Amazonian clay waterproof cream eyeshadow in plum smoke on her lids.
-To add further definition, he used tarte’s smolderEYES™ Amazonian clay waterproof liner in bronze as a shadow along Hailee’s lash line to make her eyes pop.
-He finished by lining her eyes with tarte’s Amazonian clay waterproof eyeliner in black.
-For extra volume Stephen applied two coats of tarte’s lights, camera lashes!™ 4-in-1 clinically-proven mascara.
Well, tartelettes, that’s a wrap: New York Fashion Week is officially over. The last makeup cases and sewing kits were packed up at Lincoln Center last night… but, for us, the fun is only getting started.
Now we get to play dress-up! We’ve checked out our favorite shows and pulled a few trends that will be inspiring our fall wardrobes.
who wears the pants?
After a few seasons of watching ethereal dress after ethereal dress traipse down the runway, it was a pleasure to see a more moody and structured silhouette return for fall 2012. Gorgeous, tailored trousers were everywhere, such as this fifties-inspired pair from J.Crew.
When it’s cold outside, there’s nothing we love more then a ridiculously oversized sweater. If you’re like us, you’re in luck: fall 2012 brings tons of chunky and loose-knit jumpers, like this one from Michael Kors.
Make an outerwear statement
the dark side
The overall sentiment in the design world seems to have shifted from soft and girly to dark and moody. From the abundance of dark colors – wine and black being the most common – to the more structured silhouettes, the clothes this fashion week seemed more brooding and complex and, therefore, more interesting, like this look from Yigal Azrouel.
One of the perks of living in NYC? You never know who you’re going to run into. Early this morning, Jenna, tarte’s creative marketing manager bumped in creative great Simon Doonan on 5th Ave. In her own words:
“So sleepy this morning… but awake enough to notice Barneys New York‘s Creative Extraordinaire Simon Doonan walking down 5th Avenue next to me… which is why I had to grab him (with force) for a photo op. Ha! The best part? He was oh-so-genuinely-nice and what’s nicer than being nice AND having amazing style? They go hand in hand.”
Have you ever run into a living legend on the street? Tell us all about it, or better yet, share a photo!