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The Lipstick League – Week of 12/30/2013

Linda Evangelista

The Lipstick League – week of 12.30.13

Question of the Week: What do you think is going to be the biggest beauty trend in 2014?

EauMG’s Answer: I haven’t really kept up with trends other than runway which as you know, rarely translates to real life. I do think updated “90’s” will be sh*t this year. So expect to see more matte brick lips and rusty shadows. And brows, thick brows. I also think we’ll see some fun stuff like white eyeliner and baby blue eyeshadows and nail polishes. I really just want someone to bring back body glitter…seriously. But, you know these are my predictions and I don’t know what I’m talking about. We’ll probably just see some more matte orange lipstick in S/S, dewy complexions (I predict more highlighters hitting the market) and maybe a few jewel tone eyeliners for A/W. I do think pastels like rose will be “in” for most of the year (thanks to the Urban Decay Naked 3 Palette). 

EauMG – says goodbye to 2013 with her best (and worst) list of perfumes launched last year.

Gouldylox Reviews – What worked and what flopped? Did your favorite make the list? Read The Year in Beauty to find out!

My Beauty Bunny – Tis the season to rock a scarlet pout! Unsure about red? We share the secrets on How to Find the Perfect Red Lipstick for all skin tones.

Nouveau Cheap – The new Wet n Wild Fergie Centerstage Collection for 2014 is now hitting stores, and there are some intriguing new products in this one!

Prime Beauty – is tired of the the overly sweet floral fragrances on the market. Dolce and Gabanna takes her out of her comfort zone with The One Desire and sweeps her off her sexy stilettos!

Phyrra – shares her Best Beauty Products of 2013! Are any of these must haves for you?

we heart this – shares their three favorite beauty tutorials from 2013; including the secrets to getting that doe-eyed Zooey Deschanel look.

Guest Post of the Week, as chosen by EauMGThe Non-Blonde shares her makeup tips for adult women who are just beginning to wear makeup in their 30’s or 40’s. It’s never too late to start playing in pigment!

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