Whether it's makeup how-tos or beauty product recommendations, we turn to our favorite beauty bloggers for their mad makeup skills and candid opinions about all things beauty. When they swoon over a dazzling new highlighter, we die a little bit too. If they're obsessed with a particular liquid lipstick, we run out and buy it, too. In other words, their opinions hold a lot of value to us beauty junkies. Which is why, when beauty bloggers team up with beauty brands for makeup collaborations, they're among the most highly anticipated product launches of the year.
Glowing complexions were definitely a highlight (pun intended) of last night's 2017 Billboard Music Awards, and Rita Ora's makeup may have stolen the entire show. The singer, actress and Rimmel London spokesperson teamed up with celebrity makeup artist Kathy Jeung for her angelic look. Jeung drew inspiration from the accents of Ora's dress, which she complemented with a silvery smoky eye, gunmetal accents and shimmery highlights on the skin.
Makeup is a no-brainer when it comes to enhancing your best features -- that is, unless it's sliding down your face. And let's be real, between unpredictable weather, our daily workouts and the occasional cry-fest (like whenever "A Walk to Remember" is on) -- not to mention the pool parties, beach vacations and outdoor excursions of summer -- there are endless opportunities for your makeup to smear or streak. That's why makeup that can withstand the elements is a must. Instead of letting a little heat, humidity or tears ruin your makeup fun, keep your face in place with these top-notch waterproof makeup picks.
Once summer arrives in all its hot and humid glory, certain beauty products are better left untouched. And while we understand that our Vampira-esque lip stain and moody oxblood nail color are best reserved for the drearier months of the year, we have an embarrassingly difficult time severing ties with our blow-dryer and embracing our hair's natural texture come temperature spikes and summer nights. While it sounds appealing in theory to forgo heat styling from May through August, we're still hopelessly devoted to our hot tools.