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     Yves Saint Laurent Radiant Touch Touche Éclat

    Yves Saint Laurent Radiant Touch Touche Éclat

    I’ve got my Swarovski crystal turban on and I am making some beauty predictions.

    Can you picture me?

    When it comes to Oscar red carpet beauty this Sunday,  you can expect to see a makeup throwback to the 1920’s with clean fresh skin spotlighted just the right way.

    I guarantee that big dark eyes, double sets of false lashes, and blood red lips will dominate the Oscar red carpet beauty looks.

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    Highlighters used on the bridge of the nose and the crest of the cheekbone focus über brilliant attention, and you know those stars love attention. So should you.

    I like the Yves Saint Laurent Radiant Touch Touche Éclat to highlight. Are you aware that  YSL says that every 10 seconds one Yves Saint Laurent Radiant Touch Touche Éclat is sold somewhere in the world? Wild.

    Why the reason to elevate the look this year to a sophisticated streamlined 1920’s glam, you ask?

    Simply put, in times of great hardship, Americans can step out of their own life and  escape into the shoes of a Hollywood star! And, one of the chicest and trendsetting Hollywood stars, is Oscar nominated Rooney Mara, pictured here.

    Plus, the capitulation of  the Oscar-nominated silent movie The Artist and the adorableness of its star Berenice Bejo, solidify the infatuation with the 1920’s.

    Jean Dujardin and Berenice Bejo in The Artist

    Jean Dujardin and Berenice Bejo in The Artist

    As for your hot makeup tip: YSL has come out with Yves Saint Laurent Rouge Pur Couture Golden Lustre, a lip stain that’s also a gloss. It is beyond amazing you can eat drink and still be red carpet perfect… now, that’s a tip worth sharing!–Brad Boles

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    Rooney Mara for the Oscar®-Nominated Actors Step Out of Character for Academy Portrait Exhibition; © Douglas Kirkland 2012/AMPAS

    The Artist, Courtesy of The Weinstein Company/AMPAS

    Published on February 25, 2012

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