La vita è bella

Photo courtesy of Dolce&Gabbana

Italian model and actress, Monica Bellucci, has inspired a new collection of color cosmetics from Dolce&Gabbana. The recently released Monica Lipstick Collection boasts rich, jewel tones including a deep fuchsia, rich red and even a just-right hue of nude called "Natural Monica."

Makeup artist Pat McGrath, Creative Advisor to Dolce & Gabbana Make Up, calls the colors classic and iconic.  “The colors are very sexy and flattering on a wide range of complexions. They also reflect the lip trends seen at the shows with nude tones as well as bold reds in a variety of hues,” said McGrath, who has worked with Madonna, Jennifer Lopez, Scarlett Johansson and Jennifer Aniston, among others.

Shop the lipstick collection, $32 each, at select Saks Fifth Avenue locations nationwide.

 

A-list collection, D-list prices

Image via CVS.com

Born in Coatzacoalcos, Mexico to Lebanese-Mexican parents, Salma Hayek became a super star first in Mexico before moving to Los Angeles at 24 years of age to conquer Hollywood.

Now, Hayek has set out to conquer the beauty industry with her Nuance line; a collection of 100+ skin care, hair care, body products and cosmetics. Sold exclusively at CVS, the collection is inspired by Hayek's cosmetologist grandmother and infused with exotic ingredients.

Affordably priced and widely available, standouts from the Nuance line include the Green Tea Cooling Eye Gel ($16.99), packed with chamomile, cactus flower extract and green tea. The Raw Honey Color Protect Shampoo & Conditioner ($7.99), is a budget-friendly multi-tasker that calls upon honey, avocado oil, and shea butter to hydrate locks, and the Advanced Hydration Smooth & Firm Perfector Broad Spectrum SPF 20 Sunscreen ($19.99), is a lightweight gel crème that contains natural licorice extract to even skin tone.


California Girl

Image via celebshut.com

Katy Perry, best known for hit songs, kissing girls and colorful hair, has launched a collection of DIY false-eyelashes in partnership with British company, Eylure.

The strip lashes, currently sold at Ulta for $6.99 per set, are 100% natural, reusable and safe for consumers who wear contact lenses.

According to the company, creation of the lash collection was overseen by Perry as a direct extension of her style.  Easy-on, easy-off styles include "Cool Kitty," "Oh My," and others.

Simon Zussman, managing director of Eylure, expects the collection to generate sales in excess of $65 million. Financially speaking, that could mean fireworks.
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