Want to be on trend this fall? Who doesn’t! The quickest way to get there is with a bold, red lip.
The red lip look was seen on Fall 2015 runways in numerous shows including Celine and Carolina Herrera, a crimson mouth the makeup staple worth following once again. Getting red right comes down to choosing the right red that best flatters your complexion, properly prepping your lips so the color looks pristine once it’s applied and giving your lipstick some staying power so it lasts as long as you need it to.
PICK YOUR POISON: It’s of the utmost importance to choose the right red but any hard and fast rules about finding your best red don’t hold a lot of weight. That’s because the
It’s not necessarily a bad idea to stick with your “little-black-dress” makeup routine — it’s a no-fail look that’s served you well time and time again. The only problem with it is that after a while it can be same-old, same old…in other words, BORING!
Think you might want to discover a new look? The start of a new season is actually the ideal time to step out of your usual routine and switch things up a little bit and this season’s catwalk provided ample inspiration. One look that really caught my attention is the graphic eye. Though some were certainly exaggerated versions that only a Cirque de Soleil artist in the midst of a performance would be able to pull off, a strongly lined e
Photo Credit: tomyrivero.com
With over a decade of experience in the beauty industry, Tomy Rivero is a widely sought after makeup artist. Based in New York and Los Angeles, he continually works on top magazines, feature films and television as well as collaborating with New York Fashion Week shows. Rivero has worked extensively with elite models including Dorota Kollova (Prada) and Arlenis Soso (Lancome) as well as celebrities such as Barbara Corcoran (Shark Tank) and Peter Dinklage (Game of Thrones).
Tomy chatted with Beauty in the Bag about the biggest beauty faux-pas, makeup must-haves, his favorite makeup look this season and more.
Here’s what he had to say: