Glamour Beauty Do’s

DO glow with olive oil. Makeup artist Julie Morgan likes to gently press olive oil into glam chef Giada De Laurentiis’ cheekbones to give her skin

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Giada De Laurentiis’ goddess waves

"Italian goddess in the kitchen" is the look that Giada De Laurentiis’ hair and makeup artist, Julie Clevering, goes for. Here’s how she creates va-va-voom waves that won’t get in the way of the Food Network star’s cooking

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Believe it or Not: I Wore Jessica Simpson’s Hair to My Sister’s Wedding!

Seems like all the Glamour staffers have a wedding, engagement, or bridesmaid style story to share these days, so let me add mine to the mix: My beautiful sister Marnie got married this weekend (congrats Marnie and Neil!). While I was happy for the couple-to-be, prepping for the big occasion presented me with a major hairstyle dilemma. I had planned on wearing a gorgeous Monique Lhuillier gown--but was considering not wearing it because it was a little more revealing than my usual style.

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Career day at Haddonfield Middle School

Check out these images from 8th Grade Career Day at Haddonfield Middle School. What an awesome group of teens! As a presenter, I was honored to share the spotlight with the incredibly talented L.A. and NY makeup artist, Julie Clevering. We grabbed one lucky (brave) student from each group to be our "model" for our shoot. I think everyone had a great time. What do you think?

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Makeup color inspiration

I got a great text message from my makeup artist friend Julie Clevering claiming she’d found the perfect red lipstick hue…on a Ferrari! It’s this red with a gold-pearl finish. She and her photographer husband, Jason (he’s currently appearing in VH1 reality show The Shot—he’s the one with the platinum hair) were at the L.A. Car Show, he took these photos. Julie also thought this bling-covered car would make a great nail polish or eyeshadow hue.

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Get a load of that skin!

Every visible inch of Molly Simms’ body is glowing. As I write this, I’m sitting here with my makeup artist friend Julie Clevering, who thinks Molly looks like she had a salt scrub. I’m curious: Do you think about your skin when you wear clothes that reveal? Or is it hard enough just to put your makeup on? I usually slather on tinted moisturizer after noticing my dry legs in the mirror when I do my final wardrobe check.

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