Last night marked the beginning of Canadian Music Week and seeing as catching every artist can be a bit of a daunting task I decided to take the first day slow and only check out one show, granted it was the insanely energetic and chaotic FIDLAR, but I’m getting ahead of myself.
Time sucks. It is the relentless phenomenon that creates untold insecurities, anxieties and fears in us all. We are simply clumsy collections of atoms, hurtling toward a certain death, and all we can do is bide our time. We struggle with our relevance, how much we’ve achieved, whether we will be remembered.
For Fall we see our seventies summer goddess gracefully evolving into a powerful eighties-inspired hard hitter. Olivier Rousteing manages to effortlessly blend the decades with a look that is modern and harsh, yet somehow still nostalgic and whimsical.
“Makeup may come and go, but brush cleaning is forever.” I know, I know! I already hear you ladies huffing and puffing, but it’s my duty to remind you to clean your brushes and makeup tools at least once a week. Although it may seem like it is too often, especially given our busy and hectic lifestyles, the last thing you want is applying your makeup with tools that are full of bacteria, oil and dirt.
It’s the kick off of summer music festival season this weekend with Coachella. Not sure what to wear when you hit a festival? Here are a couple outfit suggestions to get you pointed in the right direction.
MUA: ANTHONIA BEJIDE
PHOTO:ANDREW CARTER Contouring is the new Photoshop and this trend is not leaving the beauty world anytime soon! Kim Kardashian’s beauty secret is the latest craze, and the most important part of this makeup technique is to know which contouring and highlighting products to use to ensure that you are enhancing your best features and not painting on a new face.