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Make-up: A Splash of Color

Lauren Salapatek | July 10, 2011 | 11:20 PM
Encourage clients to brighten their make-up bags with new glosses, powders and shadows to put their best face forward on any occasion.

Make-up: A Splash of Color
Mirabella Beauty Products

Hot product:

Colour Shine Lip Gloss. Available in five shades: Charisma, Muse, Reckless, Allure and Vibrant
Why it's hot: Color is back in a big way. Colour Shine lip gloss provides a sheer, pop of color that's easy for everyone to wear.
How it's different: These pigments are bright without shimmer or pearl.
Special features: The moisturizing and conditioning formula infused with peppermint, vitamin C and vitamin E, leaves lips hydrated and refreshed.

Youngblood Mineral Cosmetics

Hot product: Mineral Radiance in Riviera
Why it's hot: Mineral Radiance in Riviera is a dual-colored pressed powder that bronzes and brightens.
How it's different: Includes a pop of pink and a sueded tan-peach tone. Use the tan-peach on the apples of cheeks, topped with the shimmery pink for a multidimensional look; or wear each shade alone (the darker shade is ideal for adding definition to the hollows of the cheekbone, while the lighter shade adds soft highlights).
Special features: Contains mica for a natural-looking radiance and rice starch for longer wear.

Make-up: A Splash of Color
Bed Head Make-Up by TIGI

Hot product: Bed Head Eye Shadow Pallette by TIGI
Why it's hot: This pallette is versatile and gives clients many glamor options.
How it's different: Wetting the shadows allows for more depth and wearability.
Special features: This eyeshadow is a perfect on-the-go pallette for clients who travel.

Senna Cosmetics

Hot product: Posh Eye Shadow, part of the Virtual Vintage Fall/Winter Color Collection
Why it's hot: Fall 2010 is an eclectic mix of retro and futuristic elements. The eye shadow and make-up in this collection have the best of both with color versatility.
How it's different: The Virtual Vintage Fall/Winter Color Collection encourages women to stretch their make-up boundaries.
Special features: All products (including the eye shadow) offer highly pigmented finishes. Emmy-nominated make-up artist and Senna founder, Eugenia Weston, personally designed them.

Your Name Professional Brands

Hot product: Instant Skin Smoother
Why it's hot: This next-generation hybrid primer fills and smoothes the complexion. It has age-defying benefits and gives a flawless look.
How it's different: It creates a base for make-up application and can be reapplied over make-up to smooth and freshen.
Special features: Silica gives the skin a finished look and imparts light-diffusing properties. Dermaxyl reduces the appearance of wrinkles, while collagen-filling spheres create a soft-focus finish on the skin. It's free of surfactants and parabens.

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