A Red Lipstick to Consider – Harlow Red by Bobbi Brown

transpa13957463794058Over at Elle Es they have a post dedicated to red lipstick, and the various shades that compliment an array of skin tones.

I found one that I’m going to have to go try on this weekend, as I have been wearing my New Nars “Jungle Red” for the past few months.

What do you guys think?

Bobbi Brown

‘Art Stick’ (27 €), de Bobbi Brown. En el tono ‘Harlow Red’.

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Amanda Peet @TheGameofThrones Premiere

via Tina Turnbow

via Tina Turnbow

Doesn’t Amanda Peet look gorgeous? Want to know what makeup she’s wearing?

She’s wearing my favorite Eye brow pencil by “IT” Cosmetics and a velvet red hue by Nars.

“For this gorgeous lady last night at the GAME OF THRONES premiere. I used IT Cosmetics “Brow Power” and NARS “Majella” satin lip pencil. – Tina Turnbow, Celebrity Makeup Artist.

Lady in Red – L’Wren Scott

lwren-bannerL’wren Scott’s death threw me and left me sad.  I never knew her, but felt like I did.  I read every interview she gave and always thought she was lucky, she was beautiful, talented and had great taste.

Her death seems so surreal, it just came out  of left field, it was sudden and unexpected.

She will be missed and may she rest in peace.

A Red Lipstick to Consider – Lady Danger by Mac

LadyDangerI’ve been meaning to walk into my neighborhood Mac Boutique, I mean it’s across from Nars on Fillmore Street.

Why? because Lady Danger appealed to me when it was first launched and it’s been on my list of reds to consider.  I do get bored and rotate all of my reds before adding a new one to my collection.

Lady Danger by Mac seems to be a favorite of Alexa Chung’s, so now I have to try it, after all Alexa Chung has never steered me in the wrong direction.

SJP – The Video for Vogue

imagesI know she doesn’t wear crimson, but I adore her.  I’m hoping the rumor that Sex & the City number 3 is true.  Lately when I find myself home alone and with nothing to do I watch the series again and realize that everything they discussed and wore is still relevant today.

I found this on WhoWhatWear this morning, a video shot for Vogue.