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Get The Look: NYFW Edition

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GET THE FRONT ROW FIXTURE LOOK: EMILY BLUNT WITH SARAH POTEMPA (below products are available at Beachwaver.com & Ulta.com):

1) Create a natural middle part and loosely blow-dry with The Beachwaver Co. On Set Styling Brush.

2) Using The Beachwaver Co. Darby Clips, section the hair starting at the bottom and working your way up. Curl the hair with The Beachwaver Co. BEACHWAVER S.75, but leave 2″ out to create soft, natural wave.

3) Smooth over the ends with The Beachwaver Co. Coast Pro Styling Iron and add pomade for a subtle texture on the ends.

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GET THE LOOK: NICOLE MILLER WITH TOMO JIDAL FOR PHYTO PARIS

INSPIRATION:  A modern take on the French woman

LOOK: French beauty meets boho-chic, fringe and grunge

  1. Apply PHYTO PHYTO Phytokeratine Repairing Spray and PHYTO Intense Volume Mousse, section by section.
  2. Then distribute PHYTO Phytolisse Serummid-lengths to the ends.
  3. Blow dry while raking fingers through the hair.
  4. Use tongs of a 1 inch or half inch curling iron (depending on hair length) to create a ridge sort of texture on hair. Style large sections at a time.
  5. Brush out the hair with a large comb or fingers.
  6. Attach the fringe/bangs clip (match extensions color to hair color) in which have already been texturized using the PHYTOIntense Volume Mousse and PHYTO Phytokeratine Repairing Spray.
  7. Cut the fringe to the right length.
  8. Apply PHYTOPhytovolume Actif Spray all over then shake the hair out.

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GET THE LOOK: JILL STUART SHOW WITH DIDIER MALIGE

  1. Prep the hair withPHYTO Phytokeratine Repairing Thermal Protectant Spray from root to end.
  2. Add a pea size amount of PHYTO 9or PHYTO 7 from mid-shaft to end, depending on hair texture.
  3. Section hair in the fringe area and add a few light mists of the PHYTO PhytoPlage Protective Sun Veil.
  4. Sweep a section of hair behind the ears, leaving the fringe section up front.
  5. Smooth and set the hair close to the head with hands.
  6. Add a pea size amount of PHYTO Professional Strong Sculpting Gel from root to eye line.
  7. Diffuse hair with a sock diffuser.
  8. Throughout the diffusing, sprayPHYTO Phytolaque Soie Light Hold Hair Spray to set the hair]

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GET THE LOOK: PHELAN SHOW WITH TOMO JIDAL FOR PHYTO PARIS

INSPIRATION: The hair mixes masculine and feminine elements for a tight, soft, yet structured look.

LOOK: Sophisticated juxtaposition. 90’s minimalism meets graphic realism.

  1. Prep and saturate hair with PHYTO Phytokeratine Repairing Thermal Protectant Spray.
  2. Comb and smooth hair. Spray PHYTO Phytovolume Actif to create texture and a wet look.
  3. French braid hair from the crown of the head to bottom. Secure with elastic.
  4. Create hair wisps around ears for a soft, romantic look.
  5. Finish with PHYTO Professional Phytolaque Soie Hairspray.
  6. Smooth ponytail end or flyaways with PHYTO Phyto 7or Phyto 9.

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GET THE LOOK: THE BROCK COLLECTION SHOW: SKINCARE WITH TATA HARPER SKINCARE

LOOK: Beautifully-undone

  1. Begin by cleansing skin with Tata Harper Refreshing Cleanser to remove excess oil and makeup, revealing a balanced, luminous complexion
  2. Spritz the face with Tata Harper Hydrating Floral Essence to deliver long-lasting, oil-free moisture and minimize the appearance of pores
  3. Apply Tata Harper Concentrated Brightening Serum to promote a visibly healthy, radiant appearance
  4. Use Tata Harper Rebuilding Moisturizer for balanced hydration with a smooth matte finish
  5. Apply Tata Harper Restorative Eye Crèmearound the eye area for a bright, rested look
  6. Finish with indulgent Tata Harper Fortifying Body Lotion for intense hydration and a glowing body from head-to-toe
  7. Lastly, to create a relaxing backstage experience, apply Tata Harper Aromatic Stress Treatment and Tata Harper Aromatic Irritability Treatment to pulse points inside wrists, on temples, and each side of the neck. Rub onto palms and inhale deeply for the ultimate calming experience.

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GET THE LOOK: TOME WITH TATA HARPER SKINCARE

LOOK: Natural with an edge of universal and tribal (Dinka Tribe)

  1. Cleanse skin with Tata Harper Refreshing Cleanser to removes excess oil and makeup for a fresh, radiant start
  2. Spritz the face with Tata Harper Hydrating Floral Essence to deliver long-lasting, oil-free moisture and minimize the appearance of pores
  3. Apply Tata Harper Concentrated Brightening Serum to promote a visibly healthy, radiant appearance
  4. Use Tata Harper Rebuilding Moisturizer for balanced hydration with a smooth matte finish
  5. Apply Tata Harper Restorative Eye Crèmearound the eye area to refresh and restore
  6. Finish by applying Tata Harper Aromatic Stress Treatment to pulse points inside wrists, on temples and each side of neck. Spread over palms and inhale deeply for a luxurious, relaxing experience

 

 

 

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NYFW – We are dancing in Cristina Ruales!

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Cristina Ruales’s fashion dancing performance was very unique and creative. Instead of the traditional runway, she has the dancers wearing her new line, dancing in Cristina Ruales’ fashion atmosphere. LULU was invited as the fashion illustrator to draw her show. Here are the sketches of the fashionable dancers.9 8

LULU with designer Cristina Ruales.

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She did some celebrities’ portraits at the show.

Portrait of Purely Patricia and portrait of Stevie Boi and Bobbiette Palmer.

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Portraits of the guests.

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And, I saw this cutie at the show! Tinkerbelle!

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NYFW – MISBHV, ANDREA JIAPEI LI and MAISON the FAUX at Milk Studios

See these mean girls fashion at Milk Studios. Love the freedom style of MISBHV.

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LULU’s live sketches at the show, free lines with misbehaved emotion.misbhv-2 misbhv

ANDREA JIAPEI LI gave a wired quiet feeling with all simple color in geometrical shapes.

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LULU’s live sketches at the show, watching girls slowly throw around balloon.

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MAISON the FAUX. It is like, don’t tell me about the life because people feel they don’t care.

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LULU’s live sketches at the show, they totally admit they are mean. (See their faces, I love that!)

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NYFW: Tumbler & Tipsy by Michael Kuluva S/S 17

On Tuesday, September 13th Tumbler & Tipsy by Michael Kuluva presented their Spring/Summer 2017 collection at Kia STYLE360 during New York Fashion Week.

Presented by CreakyJoints®, the worldwide online patient community for people with all forms of arthritis, the new collection, “Creaky and Tipsy” is directly influenced by the designer’s personal experience with the disease. The new collection featured looks highlighting key arthritic focal points on the body while staying true to the Tumbler and Tipsy brand with bold colors, funky embellishments, and playful designs.

NEW YORK, NY - SEPTEMBER 13:  Designer Michael Kuluva attends as Kia STYLE360 hosts Tumbler and Tipsy by Michael Kuluva Fashion Show at Metropolitan West on September 13, 2016 in New York City.  (Photo by Thomas Concordia/WireImage Style360)

Kia STYLE360 Hosts Tumbler and Tipsy by Michael Kuluva Fashion Show

The packed show opened up with a special performance by English singer/songwriter Neon Hitchwho performed a medley of her hit songs “Fried Chicken @ Night” ( a song off the new album “Anarchy”), “Ass Back Home”, “Devil” and “F U Betta.”

After the lights went down, the first model to hit the runway to the audience’s delight was Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice’s 10-year-old daughter and star in her own right, Milania Giudice. Additional runway models included Olympic Gold Medalist Dalilah Muhammad, Olympic Silver Medalist Nia Ali, and Asaf Green from “So You Think You Can Dance” who danced and backflipped down the runway. Closing out the show was celebrity reality star and model Somaya Reece and cast member of E!’s new reality series Famously Single.

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Celebrity guests included Teresa Giudice, Brittany Fogarty and Marissa from Mob Wives, Teen Disney star and pop singer Ashlee Keating, pop star Brielle, New York night club owners Kayvon and Anna Zand and more.

Says designer Michael Kuluva of the “Creaky and Tipsy” collection “For our new Spring/Summer 2017 Tumbler and Tipsy collection, I wanted to partner with an organization that was close to myself and my family’s heart. Since becoming a part of the CreakyJoints family, I have been inspired to learn more about my RA and continue to lead an active and productive life despite the diagnosis. To highlight and celebrate this, we partnered with CreakyJoints for New York Fashion Week. As someone who has been diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA), I wanted this collection to highlight my own personal experience, while also bringing awareness to such a debilitating disease and the goal of living successfully, despite it.”

About Tumbler and Tipsy 

Anchored by the creative mind and brilliant talents of professional figure skater turned fashion designer, Michael Kuluva, Tumbler and Tipsy is not only reworking, redefining and revamping the world of fashion but is taking it over with his sexy yet stylish brand. Tumbler and Tipsy is produced in Los Angeles, CA with colorful collections that are distinctive but never repetitive, chic and classy while being comfortable and versatile. Tumbler and Tipsy is not just a line of clothing, it’s a collection of art, it’s an embodiment of chic fashion in the modern world, and it’s a representation of a lifestyle: fun, bold, luxurious and daring. http://www.tumblerandtipsy.com

About CreakyJoints 

CreakyJoints®, now in its 17th year, has evolved into the go-to source for more than 100,000 arthritis patients and their families worldwide who are seeking education, support, advocacy and patient-centered research. Co-founded in 1999 by arthritis patient Seth Ginsberg and social entrepreneur Louis Tharp, CreakyJoints is part of the Global Healthy Living Foundation, whose mission is to improve the quality of life for people with chronic illness. For more information and to become a member (for free), visit http://www.CreakyJoints.org.

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