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Now, with some experimentation, Beer’s routine begins with the perfect cleanser (PanOxyl Anti-Microbial Acne Foaming Wash), followed by Laneige Cream Skin Toner & Moisturizer and Drunk Elephant Lala Retro Whipped Cream—and a brief appearance by a rose quartz face roller. A quick spritz of Caudalie Beauty Elixir and a pull of La Mer’s cultish the Eye Concentrate, and Beer’s face is primed for the day’s makeup. Glossier Skin Tint and a duet of NARS Cream Concealers—“Custard” for under the eyes and across the T-zone, “Ginger” for spot coverage—coalesce with the help of a Beauty Blender, serving as a base for a subtle and strategic angling courtesy of Charlotte Tilbury’s Contour Wand. I don’t care if I have pimples and no concealer, I would use blush no matter what,” says Beer, citing Tilbury’s Beauty Highlighter Wand in High Blush as her desert-island product.
From Fletcher’s perspective, this non-designer chair (while it won’t be for sale in her shop) has value in its ability to trigger recollection—in this case, of a playful evening among adults. Oswalde Shop, named after Fletcher’s family name on her mother’s side, specializes in sourcing furniture that is functional, transportable, and durable enough to serve as the foundation for memories. Growing up in London, Fletcher’s mom used to take her out of school for impromptu trips to Barbados, where the family would stay with her grandparents and spend time in the sun. Taking cues from some elements of Bajan living, and later the work of architect Paul Revere Williams, which she observed in Los Angeles, Fletcher has an appreciation for spaces that integrate the outdoors and feature furniture that embraces an actively used environment.
Hosted by Keke Palmer, the annual awards ceremony, which is honoring the best of music in 2020, is being held in COVID-safe outdoor arenas across New York City (spanning its five boroughs). While there will be no large audiences this time around, there is still a star-studded roster of performers this year, including talents such as Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande (who are performing together), BTS, Miley Cyrus, The Weeknd, Doja Cat, and more, all of whom will take to various stages to perform their hits. Despite the social distancing efforts put into this year's show—most of the performances are pre-recorded—there are physical red carpet events happening at the VMAs this year. Still, it marks one of the first major events to take place in-person since the pandemic began, and considering the VMA’s history of flashy, memorable looks in the past (remember Lil Kim’s purple pasties?), stars came in dressed with a bang—even if the event is totally reimagined.
Sure, all the Champagne swigging and bonbon popping are easy to blame, but, as it turns out, seasonal debauchery is not the only culprit at play: Pollution; poor sleep; inadequate makeup removal; and hot, dry indoor air are all among the root causes of puffiness, says Hollywood facialist Mila Moursi. ’s leather,” explains Moursi, who suggests applying a light, breathable, gel-based formulation in the morning with a gentle massage. The latest wave of products pack a host of depuffing, fine-line–plumping actives, from caffeine and rejuvenating black pearl to 24-karat gold.