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It's no secret Gwen Stefani loves makeup -- one look at her trademark fire-engine red pout tells you that. But why does she wear a full face all day, every day? The answer might surprise you.
Her song "Just a Girl" became the feminist hit of the '90s, but Gwen Stefani has a surprisingly old fashioned attitude towards beauty rituals. The No Doubt singer, known for her full face of makeup and trademark red lipstick, revealed the reason why she wears it: Her husband, Gavin Rossdale.
In an interview with Harper's Bazaar, Stefani said, "I like to make my husband like me more, and he likes it when I'm wearing makeup."
Watch the video and get Gwen Stefani's signature makeup look!
We can’t magically transform into the gorgeous Mila Kunis, but thanks to Urban Decay, we can try.
Now the makeup brand is releasing pretty palette inspired by Kunis’s characters in the movie " Oz the Great and Powerful"
Now you have a wonderful opportunity to be able to create the looks of Theodora (Mila Kunis) from the film using this palette, but also explore other aspects of her character through some of the other shades inside.read more >>
How to do your makeup like Kate Middleton?
The new Duchess of Cambridge is known for her signature style and natural, sensible beauty. So on her wedding day, we wouldn't expect anything less from this future princess.
According to several sources, Kate decided to enhance her natural beauty by doing her own makeup.
Want to do your wedding day makeup just like Kate? Follow these easy steps, and you will look like royalty in no time.read more >>
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