Giorgi continúa su camino imparable hacia la perfección de tu cabello

giorgi, cabello, cuidado

Giorgi es popular por ser una firma de productos para el cabello y, sobre todo, famosa por el cuidado específico para cada tipo de pelo con Giorgi. Una amplia gama muy diversa que incluye, por ejemplo, la aplicación de la tecnología Elastina como solución al pelo rizado. Tras una gran inversión en I + D, se ha conseguido incluir las proteínas de elastina junto a polímeros fijadores que aportan elasticidad y recrean tus rizos desde el interior del pelo con solo usar los productos de Giorgi Rizos Descarados.

La línea incluye muchos más productos clasificados por su efecto: la fijación imparable, volumen obsesión, liso impecable o fijación y textura. Cada categoría abarca diferentes resultados desde geles y espumas hasta sprais de agua y lacas, entre otros.

rizos descarados, giorgi

Esta colección incluye tres tipos de espuma con elastina que sirven para marcar los rizos, proporcionar unos rizos naturales y sin apelmazar gracias a la hidratación o una protección del color de los mismos.

fijación imparable, giorgi

La Fijación Imparable trae cinco geles (fuerte, extrafuerte, con un efecto mojado, control total o el absolut titanium que aporta ultra-resistencia), una laca para el acabado perfecto, dos espumas para la fijación o el efecto mojado y un spray agua de peinado para larga duración.

 

Una laca y una espuma que proporcionan un volumen intenso y un cuerpo resistente durante todo el día, con micro-difusión ultra-fina.


liso impecable, giorgi

El Liso Impecable proporciona un acabado liso y sin encrespar con el aceite de belleza con cinco aceites esenciales y una laca con micro-difusión ultra-fina que se elimina fácilmente. 

fijación y textura, giorgi 

Un spray para lucir un look ondulado surfero sin tener que ir a la playa; una crema para darle volumen a tu tupé y sin añadir peso; una crema para crear un look despeinado y flexible; una cera con efecto brillo y definidor de mechones con aceites nutritivos; y, finalmente, una cera de efecto mate con polvos matificantes que naturalizan tu pelo al 100% y define los mechones y puntas. Todos estos productos en la gama de Fijación y Textura, una gran solución para tus peinados diarios o más complicados.

Por ello, Giorgi se centra, sobre todo, en los diferentes contratiempos que pueden hacer que tu cabello no luzca tan sano como realmente es. Si tienes problemas para evitar el encrespamiento, conseguir la definición de tu peinado, la hidratación del cabello y el movimiento natural en tu pelo, Giorgi te ofrece multitud de soluciones.

consejos, giorgi

Los mejores remedios anti edad para la piel

Aunque no sea posible detener el paso del tiempo, sí es posible ralentizar sus efectos. El uso de cosméticos o vestir prendas favorecedoras y juveniles son remedios muy eficaces para quitarse años de encima. Sin embargo, no es necesario ir muy lejos para descubrir las fuentes de la eterna juventud. Simplemente con estos sencillos trucos saludables, podrás mantener una piel tersa y bonita durante muchos años.

El té contiene una gran cantidad de antioxidantes, que ayudan a depurar toxinas y permiten que el cutis luzca fresco, luminoso y sin rastro de grasa. Los más efectivos para la piel son el té rojo y el verde

Dos litros de agua al día

Una piel hidratada es una piel bella. A través de los líquidos, el organismo elimina los residuos tóxicos acumulados en el interior. La hidratación también aporta elasticidad y luminosidad a la piel, elimina el exceso de grasa y por lo tanto, de celulitis. Es necesario beber al menos dos litros de agua al día.

Cosméticos de buena calidad

La cosmética natural a base de plantas y frutas es un eficaz aliado a la hora de minimizar arrugas, gracias a su gran poder hidratante. Existen productos como
Nuskin adecuados para cada tipo de piel (grasa, mixta o seca). También resulta imprescindible utilizar un protector solar, incluso en los días nublados.

Estrés

Uno de los peores enemigos de la piel es el estrés y el mal humor. Mantener el ceño fruncido provoca que las arrugas se marquen más, haciendo que la expresión del rostro sea de cansancio y tristeza.

Dieta sana y equilibrada

Aceite de oliva, lácteos desnatados, ajos, cereales, zanahorias, cítricos, soja, aceite de oliva o miel son alimentos que, además de deliciosos, evitan la formación de los radicales libres, responsables del deterioro de las células corporales y faciales. El consumo regular de este tipo de alimentos permite lucir un rostro joven y terso además de resultar un poderoso aliado para ralentizar el envejecimiento.

Dormir al menos 8 horas

El mejor tratamiento de belleza para lucir una piel tersa y suave es dormir al menos 8 horas diarias ya que las células del cuerpo se regeneran durante el sueño. Cuando el descanso no es satisfactorio, el proceso no se completa y al despertar, la sensación es de cansancio y malestar.

Actividad física

El ejercicio físico ayuda a eliminar las sustancias nocivas del cuerpo y favorece la depuración de la piel. El mínimo diario recomendado es de unos 30 minutos al día (caminar, pasear, correr, subir y bajar escaleras, etc.).

Alimentos frescos y naturales

Mientras menor sea la cantidad de aditivos, mucho mejor. Los conservantes, productos químicos, hormonas etc., no solo pueden resultar perjudiciales sino que además son nefastos para la piel.

Limpiar y tonificar el rostro antes de dormir

De nada sirve utilizar cosméticos de calidad si la piel no puede respirar adecuadamente. Antes de acostarse, es preciso retirar la suciedad y los restos de maquillaje de la cara, aplicando a continuación un tónico astringente antes de la crema de noche.

La adopción de unos hábitos de vida saludables resulta la mejor forma de disfrutar de una buena calidad de vida y de una existencia feliz y llena de bienestar y salud.

Crea tu propio look étnico para este invierno

El estilo étnico, sin duda, está de moda. Lo puedes encontrar en decoración de interiores y, sobretodo, en la ropa. Toda una explosión de culturas con las que puedes ir combinando colores terrosos con blanco y negro, un look que forma parte de las propuestas para este invierno 2016-2017.

Como se ha dicho, el estilo étnico se caracteriza por estar inspirado en culturas asiáticas y africanas, pero también si, por ejemplo, has tenido la suerte de viajar alguna vez a latinoamérica con los vuelos baratos a Ecuador en Expedia.es, habrás podido observar prendas como ponchos y prendas con estampados multicolor, que también tienen su toque étnico. Asimismo, podemos decir que este estilo representa a diferentes países unidos en un mix de texturas y estampados con tribales y una gran variedad de colores.

¿Cómo puedes seguir este estilo tan de moda?

En sus prendas destacan los colores rojos, naranjas y marrones, los cuales dibujan representaciones abstractas. Es ideal para combinarlo con accesorios con flecos, parkas de lana y con prendas de color blanco y negro para no recargar el look.

El look en sí, debe ser alegre, no por ser invierno debe de quedar apagado y sobrio, al contrario. En este estilo la originalidad juega un papel fundamental. Tú puedes crear tu propio look y, seguro, que no encontrarás a otro igual.

Al ser un estilo en el que se utiliza prendas de tejidos pesados, podrás ponerte un vestido sin tener que abrigarte mucho en los días más fríos. A la hora de combinar prendas, aunque se ha dicho que puedes jugar con diferentes estampados y colores, hay que tener cuidado y mimar mucho el look, para que no quede demasiado chillón.

Por último, los accesorios serán los principales protagonistas del estilo étnico. Aquí el color dorado debe destacar entre las demás prendas, es lo que le dará este estilo africano. Los viajes, las ferias y los mercadillos son los lugares indicados para comprar estos artículos, ¿qué mejor que llevar puesto algo que te dé buenos recuerdos? Son artículos que cuentan historias. Si viajas, por ejemplo, a un país latinoamericano podrás comprarte pulsera de macramé o de madera de colores.

 

 

How Gigi Hadid, Chrissy Teigen, and More Style Their Moto Jackets

There are many elements of Charlotte D’Alessio’s life that read like a teenager’s fairy tale. Instagram didn’t exist when I was in high school, but I imagine I’d be pretty fascinated by the beautiful, leggy 17-year-old with more than 174,000 followers and a Wilhelmina Models contract, too. For the legions of aspiring Cool Teens™, D’Alessio, who has been modeling full-time for the last year, is living the dream — though her Cinderella story has been anything but conventional.

At Coachella in 2015, pictures of D’Alessio (above, right) and her friend, 18-year-old model Josie Canseco (left), flooded the Internet, winding up on places like the festival’s official Twitter and The Cobra Snake’s Instagram, among others. BuzzFeed spoke to D’Alessio soon after, resulting in a viral article that has since garnered 1,479,600 views. Wilhelmina reached out to D’Alessio from there, and the rest is history. In the 12 months since D’Alessio was discovered, the Canada native has landed a slew of commercial campaigns, left Beverly Hills High School to pursue homeschooling and launched a YouTube channel with her friend and fellow model, Abby Champion. And with a secret project in the works for this summer, I imagine that D’Alessio’s stake in the California modeling pantheon will only deepen.

On the eve of Coachella 2016’s first weekend, I hopped on the phone with D’Alessio to get caught up on the last year of her life, from her social media strategy to her dream campaign.

 

You obviously gained a lot of attention at Coachella last year. What can you tell me about your experience there?

I went with my friend Josie — it was my first year going — and we barely took photos. I think we took 10 photos, but people really responded to them. They ended up everywhere. I saw them on Facebook, and not just [from] friends, but random people posting them. And then The Weeknd and the Coachella Twitter reposted [one of their photos]. It was so surreal because I was just a normal girl from Canada who was going to Coachella. I had, like, 16,000 [Instagram] followers, and now it’s [174,000].

Coachella really got me started in modeling. Wilhelmina reached out to me from the [BuzzFeed] article — that’s how they saw me.

Fragrance is great, but it’s hard to write or read about because your computer screen isn’t scratch and sniff—also because I can’t talk about base notes or top notes without feeling like a fancy sommelier. I prefer to think of fragrance in terms of anthropology, which is much more fun. Have you ever thought about your personal fragrance history? Well, here’s mine.

 

02

 

And when Wilhelmina reached out to you, how did you feel about going forward with the process?

Basically every single one of my friends in L.A. is a model, with Next or Wilhelmina or whatever it is. I was the non-model in the friend group because I wanted to go to UCLA. I didn’t have that much of an interest — well, I had an interest, but I didn’t think I would be successful so I didn’t really pursue it.

When they asked me to come in, I went with my dad because I was 16. I almost didn’t sign because I was so scared. But I’m happy I ended up signing with them, because they’ve been a really great agency. I had the contract in my room for two days — like, I was scared they were going to tell me to cut my hair or lose weight or something like that, but they’ve been so supportive. They never told me to change anything.

 

Fifth Grade: Tommy Boy

I’m not kidding, I won Tommy Boy after I aced a quiz contest in Sunday School. The ultimate bounty. If you find yourself deep in the attic of my parent’s house, and you pay close attention, you might be able to smell it.

 

Puberty: Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

Don’t even pretend like you didn’t.

 

College: Kenzo Homme Sport

My college years were timed with the heyday of the Kenzo sweatshirt, so this was a very fancy scent to own. You can now buy it for $30 on Amazon.

 

I can look back at them like a tiny museum of me that smells really good—literally, because I still have them all. But enough about me and how (great) I smell. I want to know your fragrance history—tell me what scents you love and why you love them. Tell me when you wear them, and how you apply them, and why they’re special to you. Tell me everything.

 

—Brennan Kilbane

Photo via ITG.

Sarah Jessica Parker’s Favourite Shoe Moment on Sex and the City

There are many elements of Charlotte D’Alessio’s life that read like a teenager’s fairy tale. Instagram didn’t exist when I was in high school, but I imagine I’d be pretty fascinated by the beautiful, leggy 17-year-old with more than 174,000 followers and a Wilhelmina Models contract, too. For the legions of aspiring Cool Teens™, D’Alessio, who has been modeling full-time for the last year, is living the dream — though her Cinderella story has been anything but conventional.

At Coachella in 2015, pictures of D’Alessio (above, right) and her friend, 18-year-old model Josie Canseco (left), flooded the Internet, winding up on places like the festival’s official Twitter and The Cobra Snake’s Instagram, among others. BuzzFeed spoke to D’Alessio soon after, resulting in a viral article that has since garnered 1,479,600 views. Wilhelmina reached out to D’Alessio from there, and the rest is history. In the 12 months since D’Alessio was discovered, the Canada native has landed a slew of commercial campaigns, left Beverly Hills High School to pursue homeschooling and launched a YouTube channel with her friend and fellow model, Abby Champion. And with a secret project in the works for this summer, I imagine that D’Alessio’s stake in the California modeling pantheon will only deepen.

On the eve of Coachella 2016’s first weekend, I hopped on the phone with D’Alessio to get caught up on the last year of her life, from her social media strategy to her dream campaign.

 

You obviously gained a lot of attention at Coachella last year. What can you tell me about your experience there?

I went with my friend Josie — it was my first year going — and we barely took photos. I think we took 10 photos, but people really responded to them. They ended up everywhere. I saw them on Facebook, and not just [from] friends, but random people posting them. And then The Weeknd and the Coachella Twitter reposted [one of their photos]. It was so surreal because I was just a normal girl from Canada who was going to Coachella. I had, like, 16,000 [Instagram] followers, and now it’s [174,000].

Coachella really got me started in modeling. Wilhelmina reached out to me from the [BuzzFeed] article — that’s how they saw me.

Fragrance is great, but it’s hard to write or read about because your computer screen isn’t scratch and sniff—also because I can’t talk about base notes or top notes without feeling like a fancy sommelier. I prefer to think of fragrance in terms of anthropology, which is much more fun. Have you ever thought about your personal fragrance history? Well, here’s mine.

 

02

 

And when Wilhelmina reached out to you, how did you feel about going forward with the process?

Basically every single one of my friends in L.A. is a model, with Next or Wilhelmina or whatever it is. I was the non-model in the friend group because I wanted to go to UCLA. I didn’t have that much of an interest — well, I had an interest, but I didn’t think I would be successful so I didn’t really pursue it.

When they asked me to come in, I went with my dad because I was 16. I almost didn’t sign because I was so scared. But I’m happy I ended up signing with them, because they’ve been a really great agency. I had the contract in my room for two days — like, I was scared they were going to tell me to cut my hair or lose weight or something like that, but they’ve been so supportive. They never told me to change anything.

 

Fifth Grade: Tommy Boy

I’m not kidding, I won Tommy Boy after I aced a quiz contest in Sunday School. The ultimate bounty. If you find yourself deep in the attic of my parent’s house, and you pay close attention, you might be able to smell it.

 

Puberty: Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

Don’t even pretend like you didn’t.

 

College: Kenzo Homme Sport

My college years were timed with the heyday of the Kenzo sweatshirt, so this was a very fancy scent to own. You can now buy it for $30 on Amazon.

 

I can look back at them like a tiny museum of me that smells really good—literally, because I still have them all. But enough about me and how (great) I smell. I want to know your fragrance history—tell me what scents you love and why you love them. Tell me when you wear them, and how you apply them, and why they’re special to you. Tell me everything.

 

—Brennan Kilbane

Photo via ITG.

The Single Most Versatile Skirt, According to Olivia Palermo

There are many elements of Charlotte D’Alessio’s life that read like a teenager’s fairy tale. Instagram didn’t exist when I was in high school, but I imagine I’d be pretty fascinated by the beautiful, leggy 17-year-old with more than 174,000 followers and a Wilhelmina Models contract, too. For the legions of aspiring Cool Teens™, D’Alessio, who has been modeling full-time for the last year, is living the dream — though her Cinderella story has been anything but conventional.

At Coachella in 2015, pictures of D’Alessio (above, right) and her friend, 18-year-old model Josie Canseco (left), flooded the Internet, winding up on places like the festival’s official Twitter and The Cobra Snake’s Instagram, among others. BuzzFeed spoke to D’Alessio soon after, resulting in a viral article that has since garnered 1,479,600 views. Wilhelmina reached out to D’Alessio from there, and the rest is history. In the 12 months since D’Alessio was discovered, the Canada native has landed a slew of commercial campaigns, left Beverly Hills High School to pursue homeschooling and launched a YouTube channel with her friend and fellow model, Abby Champion. And with a secret project in the works for this summer, I imagine that D’Alessio’s stake in the California modeling pantheon will only deepen.

On the eve of Coachella 2016’s first weekend, I hopped on the phone with D’Alessio to get caught up on the last year of her life, from her social media strategy to her dream campaign.

 

You obviously gained a lot of attention at Coachella last year. What can you tell me about your experience there?

I went with my friend Josie — it was my first year going — and we barely took photos. I think we took 10 photos, but people really responded to them. They ended up everywhere. I saw them on Facebook, and not just [from] friends, but random people posting them. And then The Weeknd and the Coachella Twitter reposted [one of their photos]. It was so surreal because I was just a normal girl from Canada who was going to Coachella. I had, like, 16,000 [Instagram] followers, and now it’s [174,000].

Coachella really got me started in modeling. Wilhelmina reached out to me from the [BuzzFeed] article — that’s how they saw me.

Fragrance is great, but it’s hard to write or read about because your computer screen isn’t scratch and sniff—also because I can’t talk about base notes or top notes without feeling like a fancy sommelier. I prefer to think of fragrance in terms of anthropology, which is much more fun. Have you ever thought about your personal fragrance history? Well, here’s mine.

 

02

 

And when Wilhelmina reached out to you, how did you feel about going forward with the process?

Basically every single one of my friends in L.A. is a model, with Next or Wilhelmina or whatever it is. I was the non-model in the friend group because I wanted to go to UCLA. I didn’t have that much of an interest — well, I had an interest, but I didn’t think I would be successful so I didn’t really pursue it.

When they asked me to come in, I went with my dad because I was 16. I almost didn’t sign because I was so scared. But I’m happy I ended up signing with them, because they’ve been a really great agency. I had the contract in my room for two days — like, I was scared they were going to tell me to cut my hair or lose weight or something like that, but they’ve been so supportive. They never told me to change anything.

 

Fifth Grade: Tommy Boy

I’m not kidding, I won Tommy Boy after I aced a quiz contest in Sunday School. The ultimate bounty. If you find yourself deep in the attic of my parent’s house, and you pay close attention, you might be able to smell it.

Puberty: Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

Don’t even pretend like you didn’t.

College: Kenzo Homme Sport

My college years were timed with the heyday of the Kenzo sweatshirt, so this was a very fancy scent to own. You can now buy it for $30 on Amazon.

 

I can look back at them like a tiny museum of me that smells really good—literally, because I still have them all. But enough about me and how (great) I smell. I want to know your fragrance history—tell me what scents you love and why you love them. Tell me when you wear them, and how you apply them, and why they’re special to you. Tell me everything.

 

—Brennan Kilbane

Photo via ITG.

A Very Chill Dinner Party With Chef Mina Stone

There are many elements of Charlotte D’Alessio’s life that read like a teenager’s fairy tale. Instagram didn’t exist when I was in high school, but I imagine I’d be pretty fascinated by the beautiful, leggy 17-year-old with more than 174,000 followers and a Wilhelmina Models contract, too. For the legions of aspiring Cool Teens™, D’Alessio, who has been modeling full-time for the last year, is living the dream — though her Cinderella story has been anything but conventional.

At Coachella in 2015, pictures of D’Alessio (above, right) and her friend, 18-year-old model Josie Canseco (left), flooded the Internet, winding up on places like the festival’s official Twitter and The Cobra Snake’s Instagram, among others. BuzzFeed spoke to D’Alessio soon after, resulting in a viral article that has since garnered 1,479,600 views. Wilhelmina reached out to D’Alessio from there, and the rest is history. In the 12 months since D’Alessio was discovered, the Canada native has landed a slew of commercial campaigns, left Beverly Hills High School to pursue homeschooling and launched a YouTube channel with her friend and fellow model, Abby Champion. And with a secret project in the works for this summer, I imagine that D’Alessio’s stake in the California modeling pantheon will only deepen.

On the eve of Coachella 2016’s first weekend, I hopped on the phone with D’Alessio to get caught up on the last year of her life, from her social media strategy to her dream campaign.

 

You obviously gained a lot of attention at Coachella last year. What can you tell me about your experience there?

I went with my friend Josie — it was my first year going — and we barely took photos. I think we took 10 photos, but people really responded to them. They ended up everywhere. I saw them on Facebook, and not just [from] friends, but random people posting them. And then The Weeknd and the Coachella Twitter reposted [one of their photos]. It was so surreal because I was just a normal girl from Canada who was going to Coachella. I had, like, 16,000 [Instagram] followers, and now it’s [174,000].

Coachella really got me started in modeling. Wilhelmina reached out to me from the [BuzzFeed] article — that’s how they saw me.

Fragrance is great, but it’s hard to write or read about because your computer screen isn’t scratch and sniff—also because I can’t talk about base notes or top notes without feeling like a fancy sommelier. I prefer to think of fragrance in terms of anthropology, which is much more fun. Have you ever thought about your personal fragrance history? Well, here’s mine.

 

02

 

And when Wilhelmina reached out to you, how did you feel about going forward with the process?

Basically every single one of my friends in L.A. is a model, with Next or Wilhelmina or whatever it is. I was the non-model in the friend group because I wanted to go to UCLA. I didn’t have that much of an interest — well, I had an interest, but I didn’t think I would be successful so I didn’t really pursue it.

When they asked me to come in, I went with my dad because I was 16. I almost didn’t sign because I was so scared. But I’m happy I ended up signing with them, because they’ve been a really great agency. I had the contract in my room for two days — like, I was scared they were going to tell me to cut my hair or lose weight or something like that, but they’ve been so supportive. They never told me to change anything.

 

Fifth Grade: Tommy Boy

I’m not kidding, I won Tommy Boy after I aced a quiz contest in Sunday School. The ultimate bounty. If you find yourself deep in the attic of my parent’s house, and you pay close attention, you might be able to smell it.

 

Puberty: Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

Don’t even pretend like you didn’t.

 

College: Kenzo Homme Sport

My college years were timed with the heyday of the Kenzo sweatshirt, so this was a very fancy scent to own. You can now buy it for $30 on Amazon.

 

I can look back at them like a tiny museum of me that smells really good—literally, because I still have them all. But enough about me and how (great) I smell. I want to know your fragrance history—tell me what scents you love and why you love them. Tell me when you wear them, and how you apply them, and why they’re special to you. Tell me everything.

 

—Brennan Kilbane

Photo via ITG.

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There are many elements of Charlotte D’Alessio’s life that read like a teenager’s fairy tale. Instagram didn’t exist when I was in high school, but I imagine I’d be pretty fascinated by the beautiful, leggy 17-year-old with more than 174,000 followers and a Wilhelmina Models contract, too. For the legions of aspiring Cool Teens™, D’Alessio, who has been modeling full-time for the last year, is living the dream — though her Cinderella story has been anything but conventional.

At Coachella in 2015, pictures of D’Alessio (above, right) and her friend, 18-year-old model Josie Canseco (left), flooded the Internet, winding up on places like the festival’s official Twitter and The Cobra Snake’s Instagram, among others. BuzzFeed spoke to D’Alessio soon after, resulting in a viral article that has since garnered 1,479,600 views. Wilhelmina reached out to D’Alessio from there, and the rest is history. In the 12 months since D’Alessio was discovered, the Canada native has landed a slew of commercial campaigns, left Beverly Hills High School to pursue homeschooling and launched a YouTube channel with her friend and fellow model, Abby Champion. And with a secret project in the works for this summer, I imagine that D’Alessio’s stake in the California modeling pantheon will only deepen.

On the eve of Coachella 2016’s first weekend, I hopped on the phone with D’Alessio to get caught up on the last year of her life, from her social media strategy to her dream campaign.

 

You obviously gained a lot of attention at Coachella last year. What can you tell me about your experience there?

I went with my friend Josie — it was my first year going — and we barely took photos. I think we took 10 photos, but people really responded to them. They ended up everywhere. I saw them on Facebook, and not just [from] friends, but random people posting them. And then The Weeknd and the Coachella Twitter reposted [one of their photos]. It was so surreal because I was just a normal girl from Canada who was going to Coachella. I had, like, 16,000 [Instagram] followers, and now it’s [174,000].

Coachella really got me started in modeling. Wilhelmina reached out to me from the [BuzzFeed] article — that’s how they saw me.

Fragrance is great, but it’s hard to write or read about because your computer screen isn’t scratch and sniff—also because I can’t talk about base notes or top notes without feeling like a fancy sommelier. I prefer to think of fragrance in terms of anthropology, which is much more fun. Have you ever thought about your personal fragrance history? Well, here’s mine.

 

02

 

And when Wilhelmina reached out to you, how did you feel about going forward with the process?

Basically every single one of my friends in L.A. is a model, with Next or Wilhelmina or whatever it is. I was the non-model in the friend group because I wanted to go to UCLA. I didn’t have that much of an interest — well, I had an interest, but I didn’t think I would be successful so I didn’t really pursue it.

When they asked me to come in, I went with my dad because I was 16. I almost didn’t sign because I was so scared. But I’m happy I ended up signing with them, because they’ve been a really great agency. I had the contract in my room for two days — like, I was scared they were going to tell me to cut my hair or lose weight or something like that, but they’ve been so supportive. They never told me to change anything.

 

Fifth Grade: Tommy Boy

I’m not kidding, I won Tommy Boy after I aced a quiz contest in Sunday School. The ultimate bounty. If you find yourself deep in the attic of my parent’s house, and you pay close attention, you might be able to smell it.

 

Puberty: Abercrombie and Fitch Fierce

Don’t even pretend like you didn’t.

 

College: Kenzo Homme Sport

My college years were timed with the heyday of the Kenzo sweatshirt, so this was a very fancy scent to own. You can now buy it for $30 on Amazon.

 

I can look back at them like a tiny museum of me that smells really good—literally, because I still have them all. But enough about me and how (great) I smell. I want to know your fragrance history—tell me what scents you love and why you love them. Tell me when you wear them, and how you apply them, and why they’re special to you. Tell me everything.

 

—Brennan Kilbane

Photo via ITG.

Productos de belleza imprescindibles para este otoño-invierno

No son solo los armarios los que deben renovarse con la llegada del frío. También nuestros productos de maquillaje y belleza. Y es que, con la bajada de las temperaturas, necesitamos cuidar el cabello y la piel, pues son los que más sufren; se secan, pelan o agrietan. ¡Olvídate de estos problemas siguiendo los consejos de nuestras redactoras! Estos son los productos imprescindibles para lucir radiante este invierno:

LUCÍA SERRANO:

LUCIA-SERRANO
LUCÍA SERRANO: Graduada en Diseño de Moda por la ESDM. Me defino como una mezcla entre miel y limón, dulce e irónica al mismo tiempo, siempre viviendo la vida desde el prisma de la moda. @luciaserran

Con los cambios bruscos de temperatura entre el frío de la calle y el calor de las calefacciones, nuestro pelo y nuestra piel sufren mucho, por lo que la hidratación es la clave. Para nuestro pelo, yo siempre recomiendo los aceites porque creo que son productos más naturales y por lo tanto más fáciles de asimilar por nuestro cuerpo. En The Body Shop encontramos «Polynesian Monoi Radiance Oil«, además recomiendo la marca “Moroccanoil”. Ambas presentan diferentes combinaciones de aceites. Otra opción son las pastillas vitamínicas de algunas firmas como Innéov, Oenobiol o ISDIN, que ayudan al volumen y a la caída del cabello, problemas muy comunes en esta época del año.

Para nuestra piel, sobre todo para la cara, hago hincapié en la hidratación antes de maquillarnos y después de desmaquillarnos. Para mí, el producto estrella de esta temporada son los kit de maquillajes en los que tienes diferentes tonos para cada zona de la cara, generando las luces y las sombras necesarias para llevar un maquillaje perfecto. Yo me quedo con «New Dimension Shape+Sculpt Face Kit» de Estée Lauder. Os dejo con un vídeo del maquillador de la firma:

https://youtu.be/cV8FOMarHlk


ALBA LUCÍA

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ALBA LUCÍA: Cantante, adicta a la moda y el maquillaje, soñadora y psicóloga; en ese orden. Nacida en Murcia y dándolo todo desde 1991. @albalucialopez

Hoy hablamos de las tendencias de maquillaje para este otoño-invierno.
Si quieres ser la primera en lucirlas, no puedes perderte los siguientes tips. ¿Tomas nota?

Queremos lucir un rostro híper natural. Buscamos un efecto no-make up. Para lograrlo, podemos usar un maquillaje con base de agua y no de aceite para que sea mucho más ligera. Un buen ejemplo es la base Face and Body de MAC.

Ya no se lleva el efecto mate en nuestra piel. Podemos usar e, incluso, abusar de iluminadores. Los hay en crema, líquidos y en polvo. Una buena opción es usar una base luminosa mezclada con el maquillaje. ¡Aportará muchísima luz al rostro!

En cuanto a los ojos, la tendencia que pisa más fuerte este otoño es un buen ojo marcado, ya sea mediante un ahumado con sombra oscura o un eyeliner grueso y brillante. Está muy de moda trabajar las sombras con agua para conseguir un «efecto charol». ¡Atrévete a jugar!

Las cejas se llevan gruesas y tupidas. Echa un ojo a la modelo y actriz Cara Delevingne 🙂

Por último, pero un elemento importantísimo del maquillaje de tendencia este año, hablamos de los labios. Opta por colores frambuesa y borgoña y acertarás.

 

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