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It's that time of year again. The '"sexiest night on television" a.k.a. The 2011 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show aired last night with some of the most beautiful women in very expensive lingerie (and big angel wings!). This year, Miranda Kerr wore the $2.5 million Fantasy Bra.
With all the backstage footage, you really get a feel for the action that occurs behind the scenes. Thirty-eight models walked the runway. This required: 69 outfits, 22 makeup artists, 20 hair stylists, 7 body groomers and 5 manicurists all working to get the models looking gorgeous.
This time, the models were given a more natural, angelic look--no more fake lashes and big hair. If you fancy this year's makeup and hair, read on for some of their backstage beauty tips and how you can recreate this simple look it at home:
Some people unwind in the weirdest ways. I recently came across an article about a woman's experience with a milkweed facial. Milkweed is what caterpillars rest on before they turn into butterflies, and is supposed to have the same transformational effect on your skin. Apparently, it smells awful, however it's not uncommon for someone to endure such things for beauty.
There are lots of bizarre beauty treatments out there that people pay big bucks for. Read on about some of the other unusual ways people pamper themselves:
When I was asked to test and review some skincare products from Elemis courtesy of generous folks at Time to Spa, I jumped at the opportunity. Free beauty products to try? Yes, please. They sent over a set of four products to try all tucked into a cute silver bag.
It happens to me all the time. I'm running around all day and next thing I know the sun is down and I need to be ready for a dinner date or a night out on the town. The makeup I applied in the morning has melted or faded and I don't have time to head home clean up and reapply my makeup all over again.
I'm sure all you ladies have had one of those days where you needed a refreshed evening look after a long day at work or school. With just a few essentials, here's how you can save time (and stress) and transform your day makeup to night: