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December 18, 2005 | By Elizabeth Wellington INQUIRER FASHION WRITER
This holiday season, glammed-up is not the goal. Foundation should be so sheer it's transparent. Eyelids should be dotted with shimmery shadows, and the apples of your cheeks should be slightly aflush with blush. Hair should be tousled and loose. That means no updos loaded with starchy products. We want wispy curls to fall softly over our shoulders. Everything about hair and makeup should give the appearance of being easy, but to achieve the look is anything but. The goal is subtle, bare and beautiful.
NEWS
October 4, 1994 | by Ziva Branstetter, Daily News Staff Writer
It was three years ago that Shannon O'Connor applied her first bit of makeup. O'Connor, now a 16-year-old junior at Bartram Motivation, was greeted with less than enthusiastic reviews. "My mom . . . was like, 'Get that off. You look like a freak.' My dad told me I looked like a ghost. " But with the help of friends and magazines, O'Connor refined her technique, and Mom and Dad "finally just left me alone. I was like 15 when I started wearing makeup that really matched.
NEWS
February 23, 2015 | By Elizabeth Wellington, Inquirer Fashion Writer
Hollywood glam often is dramatic: pouty red lips, luscious lashes and rosy cheeks. But in keeping with this season's red-carpet beauty trends, I predict that tonight's Academy Award-goers will display dewier, barely made-up faces.   The trendlet The fresh-faced makeup look follows the dear old adage: Less is more. But let's be clear here: This is not a No Makeup Monday moment, when you post a selfie after washing your face. Cosmetics are used, just not heavily. Foundation is optional and skin should have a dewy shine.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 11, 2007 | By ELLEN GRAY Daily News Television Critic 215-854-5950
JEKYLL. 8 and 9 tonight, BBC America. Some of the scariest fun on TV this summer can be found in James Nesbitt's eyes. The Northern Ireland-born star of BBC America's "Jekyll" goes from melancholy to maniacal - and back again - in what looks like a blink during the modern-day adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson's "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. " A blink on the screen can mean an eternity in the makeup chair, though. "Well, it took a while," Nesbitt said of the transition during an interview last month at the Television Critics Association's summer meetings in Beverly Hills.
NEWS
April 12, 1993 | By Joe Santoliquito, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Because of the recent bad weather, the teams in the Del-Val League may be forced to squeeze in as many games as they can in one week. One team truly in a bind is Sun Valley, which plays a makeup game today against Penn Wood, then is scheduled to play tomorrow at Chester, Wednesday in another makeup against Harriton, Thursday at Glen Mills, and then Friday the Vanguards are listed to play a nonleague game at Unionville. Under PIAA pitching rules, a schedule like that is certain to test the mettle of any staff: A pitcher who goes seven innings in one outing is required three days rest.
NEWS
January 17, 2016
DEAR ABBY: Our son and his wife have blessed us with a darling 6-year-old granddaughter, "Sophie," who is the love of our lives. We live nearby and are very close. When we received her kindergarten school photo, she had on heavy lipstick and light eye shadow. My husband and I couldn't contain our shock. Her parents said they thought she looked beautiful, and Sophie was made up that way because "she wanted to. " We were speechless. When we pick her up on weekends, she sometimes wears makeup, too. It makes her look like a 30-year-old.
NEWS
October 3, 1986 | By DIANE WHITE, Special to the Daily News
The Max Factor Beauty Museum is an exquisite little repository of glamour, illusion and absurdity that could exist only in Hollywood. The 2-year-old museum is housed on the first floor of the Max Factor Building, an art deco landmark less than a block from one of the seediest stretches of Hollywood Boulevard. Here visitors may study at close range what are said to be the first false eyelashes, created by Max Factor in 1910 for actress June Haver, who wore them in "Temple of Venus.
NEWS
January 10, 1998 | By S. Joseph Hagenmayer, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Richard E. Smith, 41, a hair and makeup artist whose work appeared on the covers of national and local magazines, died Dec. 14 at Pennsylvania Hospital Philadelphia, after a brief battle with non-Hodgkins lymphoma. A Philadelphia resident for most of the last 22 years, Mr. Smith also had lived in Chicago. He was born in Woodbury and reared in Williamstown. He was a 1974 graduate of Williamstown High School, where he was on the soccer team and in the drama and key clubs. Mr. Smith was a freelance hair and makeup artist whose work was featured on the covers of Modern Bride, Brides, Inside Sports and Philadelphia Magazine in recent years.
NEWS
December 15, 1986 | By JIM NICHOLSON, Daily News Staff Writer
Joseph Siravo, a retired Daily News advertising makeup director who could be harshly demanding on the job but never held a grudge past one edition, died Friday. He was 73 and lived in Northeast Philadelphia. Siravo, who worked for the Daily News more than 50 years, started out in the newspaper business in 1929 as a messenger in the News' advertising department. Over the next 51 years, he steadily climbed the ladder to become the top man in the advertising makeup department, deciding where ads would be placed in the newspaper.
SPORTS
May 23, 2000 | Daily News Wire Services
The fans who paid $1 to sit in the bleachers for a doubleheader at County Stadium got quite a show for their buck. The Milwaukee Brewers made the biggest ninth-inning comeback in their history in the first game of a makeup doubleheader yesterday, scoring seven runs in the ninth before Jose Hernandez's solo homer in the 10th beat the visiting Houston Astros, 10-9. In the second game, Jeromy Burnitz hit a three-run homer and Jason Bere pitched eight strong innings as the Brewers swept the twinbill with a 6-1 victory over the reeling Astros, losers of seven in a row. "I don't remember something quite like that before," Hernandez said of the first-game rally.
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May 15, 2016 | By Elizabeth Wellington, Fashion Writer
Turn around, bright eyes! The trendlet Brightly lined eyes, that is. Purple, magenta, turquoise, hot pink, and even sunset yellow pencils (and powders) are doing the viva la summer jig in our makeup bags. Talk about pop! Where does it come from? The '80s, of course. Back in the decade of extravagance and bad fashion, we favored colored eyeliner from the blue and green families. Navy, midnight, hunter, turquoise, and sapphire hues gave Cyndi Lauper's hazel eyes life.
NEWS
February 28, 2016 | By Elizabeth Wellington, FASHION COLUMNIST
Makeup is about creating the illusion of perfection. The right foundation makes skin appear flawless. Concealer camouflages under-eye bags. Dusting charcoal powders on cheeks hollows them out. Brushing a similar deeply hued crushed pigment along the neck thins it out. The trendlet But a few healthy dabs of creamy, shimmery iridescent makeup at the center of the forehead, under the eyes, and along the bridge of the nose and chin brightens up...
ENTERTAINMENT
February 4, 2016 | Elizabeth Wellington, Fashion Writer
We're keeping our fingers crossed that the film Brotherly Love takes home the NAACP Image Award Friday night for Outstanding Independent Motion Picture. Not only is Overbrook High School the backdrop, but a makeup artist in the film - executive produced by Queen Latifah and starring Keke Palmer - is Northern Liberties' own Shannon Thompson . "I'm excited ... I'm super excited," said Thompson Wednesday morning, hours before she planned to hop on a plane to Los Angeles for the 47th celebration of African American superstardom held at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium.
NEWS
January 26, 2016
The sight of her aunt's being escorted out of a Donald Trump rally in South Carolina was too much for the celebrity makeup artist from Hatfield, Montgomery County. You may remember that earlier this month, Rose Hamid, 56, stood in silent protest of remarks by the GOP frontrunner that linked refugees to ISIS. Trump supporters began chanting "Trump! Trump! Trump!" Hamid, who is Muslim and covers her hair with a scarf, was removed from the rally. Pinned to her shirt was an eight-pointed yellow star bearing the word "Muslim," similar to the yellow Star of David that Jews were forced to wear throughout Nazi-occupied Europe.
NEWS
January 17, 2016
DEAR ABBY: Our son and his wife have blessed us with a darling 6-year-old granddaughter, "Sophie," who is the love of our lives. We live nearby and are very close. When we received her kindergarten school photo, she had on heavy lipstick and light eye shadow. My husband and I couldn't contain our shock. Her parents said they thought she looked beautiful, and Sophie was made up that way because "she wanted to. " We were speechless. When we pick her up on weekends, she sometimes wears makeup, too. It makes her look like a 30-year-old.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 7, 2016 | By Elizabeth Wellington, Staff Fashion Writer
It's that time again: New Year's resolutions are in full effect. And in between vowing to eat right, work out more, get sufficient sleep, and keep a calendar, who has time to maintain a new beauty regimen? The good news is, you won't have to. Just commit to your eyebrows. "A strong, chiseled brow is a very important beauty statement," said Karen Grant, senior global analyst and vice president of beauty at the NPD Group. In other words, brows frame the face. Did your overtweezing in the '90s leave your brows sad, sad, sad?
NEWS
October 30, 2015
Look, ma, no hands. That may sound flip, but when you see Jessica Ruiz do makeup by sticking a brush between her teeth, you see where I'm going with this. That's right. She uses her mouth. Ruiz has no other choice. Because of a congenital birth defect, Ruiz can barely lift her arms. Raising her hands to touch even her own face is impossible. So, her mouth acts as a substitute for her hands. She may be a first. Who has ever seen a makeup artist apply cosmetics by sticking a brush in her mouth?
ENTERTAINMENT
September 3, 2015 | By Howard Gensler
FROM YESTERDAY'S USA Today : "Ever look in the mirror and think, 'Gosh, if only I had Rihanna 's face/body/life, this work week wouldn't be so bad!' " No, USA Today , Tattle has never thought that. We've occasionally thought, "If only we woke up next to Rihanna, this work week wouldn't be so bad. " The amount of makeup, toning, waxing and liposuction we'd need to look like Rihanna would be an impossible amount to obtain. But for those of you who are at least female (or male with good legs)
SPORTS
July 24, 2015 | BY TOM MAHON, Daily News Staff Writer mahont@phillynews.com
MARK CUBAN is still trying to get over losing DeAndre Jordan to the Clippers. Last month, the Mavericks owner publicly announced that the 6-11 free-agent center had agreed - verbally - to sign with Dallas. But then Jordan changed his mind and re-signed with the Clippers. The incident embarrassed Cuban who, in addition to not getting Jordan, was hit with a $25,000 fine from the NBA for commenting on the deal before the signing deadline. Yesterday, Cuban discussed the matter with ESPN radio's Colin Cowherd.
NEWS
March 13, 2015
D IANE DILEMANI, 58, of Franklintown, is founder of Beautiart Soaps, an all-natural, handcrafted-soaps boutique company she just launched online. Dilemani is a former makeup artist and retail beauty specialist with more than 20 years' experience in the beauty and skin-care industry. Q: How'd you come up with the idea for Beautiart? A: It started as a hobby and I would give soap as gifts. Then people started purchasing the soap as gifts for themselves or others. I thought, you know, maybe I could make some money on this.
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