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Boozy block party
NARS puts out a Warhol collection of lip glosses, including a raspberry one named after performer Penny Arcade. (If they really had guts, they would have named it Bitch! Dyke! Faghag! Whore!") Well, Penny is suitably pissed. She wrote on Facebook:
A top makeup artist was recently applying all sorts of wizardry to my face while sharing some insider gossip with me the way makeup artists are delightfully wont to do. And he said that in makeup schools around the country, Angelina Jolie is referenced a lot--in a good way, because the Oscar winner ... More >>
Nice girls don’t wear cha-cha heels
Won’t someone dance with me?
Or maybe it's spray tan. Or a real tan.
Here are some of the most crazy-making clunkers, as reported by the commenters on broadwayworld.com, who've seen everything: "All these things you saw in your pajamas/ Are a long-range forecast for your farmers" --Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
Being dreadfully ugly and dead is always in style
The uber designer is starting a makeup line--for women, I guess--which prompted a WWD interview and this de-gorgeous shot.
Let all the children boogie
Yes, it's true. In a few years, the drag restaurant/cabaret Lips--which has spawned locations in wacky places like San Diego and Fort Lauderdale--will be legal!
Donna KimBlue raspberry Blow-Pops provide a similar effectBlue lips and orange lids worked cohesively and brilliantly at Richard Chai's Spring Fashion Show on the first morning of Fashion Week, but I would definitely say this isn't a look I'd try for the everyday beauty routine. Backstage i ... More >>
Murder, Agatha Christie wrote
Hipsters. Zombies. Same thing.
A 16-year-old girl from Fort Hamilton High School was arrested and charged with assault today for pouring hydrochloric acid on the "head and face" of a 15-year-old classmate in chemistry class. This is not, from what we can tell, viral marketing for Mean Girls 2 (straight to DVD) or nostalgia ... More >>
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photo by Sam Horine Lisa Howard Resides: Toronto Occupation: Make-up artist Most looking forward to during CMJ: Bowling at the Pitchfork #Offline party at Brooklyn Bowl Favorite CMJ band: Neon Indian
Heating up Michigan, beat by beat
How many Fringe shows can you see?
Our patience is running as thin as her sobriety
Trying on makeup in order to make out of trafficking
A theater festival in the winter?
Troll around Amazon and you'll find some amazing things--like this completely authorized Barbra Streisand Barbie doll, complete with Cleopatra eye makeup, pert sailor blouse, and saucy smirk. "People, people who need plastic..."
Can you tell me how to get to Court Street?
Not for the tender-hearted . . . just sayin'
The Gotham Girls roll out a new season
Richard Foreman and John Zorn team up
Playing dress-up is actually a profession
NYC The Blog noticed a well-dressed heckler at Fashion Week Monday, and he or someone has posted his barricaded commentary ("We did a movie together, you remember?... you are a cougar! A cooouuuugar!") on YouTube. He gives props to "Kathy Bates," actually a short Asian woman, and to makeup artists w ... More >>
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