6 Superstar Concealers For Full Coverage Concealing



Concealer is a staple in our beauty regime. It’s a multifunctional product that can be used to camouflage scars, hide dark circles, cover up blemishes, and even conceal tattoos. While we love a good “no-makeup” makeup day, sometimes there’s no denying that we’ve just gotta do something about the situation under our eyes. Luckily, that’s where our full coverage concealer comes to the rescue. Read on to find out our top picks for those days where you just need a little something extra.

Kat Von D Lock It Concealer

A cult favorite among makeup artists and bloggers, Kat Von D’s Lock It Concealer is as heavy duty as they come. Ideal for face and body use (we’ve all had those strange zits pop up in even stranger places), this oil-free and transfer-resistant concealer, which is available in 9 different shades, keeps imperfections camouflaged for hours on end. The brand suggests a four-step foolproof technique to keep the…

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How 6 Selfie-Editing Apps Totally Transformed My Face


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I’ve been known to duck-and-weave to avoid a camera at all costs when I’m having a breakout, bad hair day, or experiencing chronic bags under my eyes. If there’s a chance of a getting a bad shot, I’m usually out of sight faster than Britney Spears‘ movie career. That was the old me though, because now I’ve discovered that no matter how tragic my beauty or body woes, well, there’s an app for that.

To be exact, there are over 6,000 apps that can help edit out your pimples or make your skin appear matte in photos based on a search of “selfie editor” in the iTunes app store. Seriously–and I haven’t even started on Android yet.

It’s not just a small group of people who are using these editing apps either. A survey of social media using adults found that 50 percent of people who post selfies…

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No Closet In Your Bedroom? Here Are 5 Design Solutions To Try


So, you don’t have a closet in your bedroom? It is, unfortunately, a design dilemma that a lot of people share, especially those finding themselves living in a less-than-spacious apartment. Storing your clothing without a closet though doesn’t have to be an eyesore. Simply think about it in terms of as a chance to turn a negative into a positive, and you can do that by turning your clothing into a part of your home’s decor.

MORE: When Should You Get Rid of Clothes? Here’s a 10-Step Guide to Figure it Out

Here, five simple solutions to consider for those of you who find themselves closet-less.

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1. Armoire:

Go old-school and get an armoire, or even a chifferobe. What’s the difference? A chifferobe combines space for hanging clothes, with a section for drawers, while an armoire is simply a standing closet. Use it to store everything…

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Add These Not-Too-Pricey Styles Seen on Stars to Your Closet Now!

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Having great style doesn’t have to come with a high price tag. And some of our favorite stars prove (over and over again) that you can still look fab without dropping serious cash. So to make that point, each Wednesday we’ll be featuring the best celeb style finds of the week (all under $150) that we think should be added to your virtual cart — stat.

Taylor Swift, Gigi Hadid, Kate Bosworth, Malin AkeErik Pendzich/Rex USA; Bauer-Griffin; Raymond Hall

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Johnny Depp’s Daughter Lily-Rose, 15, Lands First Modeling Gig

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When your dad is this guy and your mom’s a Chanel muse, it’s a given that you’ll be cooler than most 15-year-olds. Lily-Rose Depp definitely delivers on those expectations. After making her high-fashion debut at Chanel in March, she’s now making her fashion editorial debut in Oyster mag.

The young star was shot for the U.K. magazine in her hometown of L.A. by fashion photographer Dana Boulos, who captured Lily-Rose serving up her best “sullen teen model” face (and giving an accompanying teen-speak interview to boot: she loves to use “lol” in texts and the last song she listened to was “Hardly” by Future).

RELATED PHOTOS: Even more top models with A-list parents!

Introducing: @lilyrose_depp, now on oystermag.com 🌸 shot by @danaboulos ✨

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Taylor Swift: ‘When I’m Getting Dressed, It’s Always Based on What My Friends Will Think.’

I can definitely relate with her – Taylor Swift, I mean. Whenever I go out and get dressed, I always consider what my friends would think when they see me in an outfit.

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Taylor Swift is definitely in the running for “most photographed street style of 2014” (Kim Kardashian and Reese Witherspoon are also top contenders), which is why it’s no surprise that we’ve started to see an army of Swift lookalikes (clad in colorful jeans, plaid skirts, cute coats and fancy hats) hitting the streets of N.Y.C. And, she tells Asos magazine, she started these trends (perhaps inadvertently) with one very important group of critics in mind: Her BFFs.

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