From Runway to Real World: Fall/Winter Trends To Try, According to the Experts at MAC

If you’re anything like me, you love learning about all of the latest fashion trends, come runway time. But when it comes to taking them off the runway and rocking them in the real world, things can get a little confusing.

That’s why I take my fall and winter beauty cues from the experts – in this case, my friends at MAC Cosmetics.

I attended a little fall & winter trend preview last month with M·A·C Director of Makeup Artistry Gregory Arlt and Senior Artists Cynthia Rivas, John Stapleton and Caroline Donnelly, and for the first time, rather than feeling intimidated, I feel inspired! These guys just get it. As they should! They are the makeup masterminds behind many of the big fashion houses. MAC has been part of runway shows in 4 cities, over 250 fashion shows and keyed 26 of the shows and keyed nails at 30 shows. Their goal in the real world is always to make the woman look like the most precious, radiant version of herself.

The fall & winter trends are all about natural skin, working with the colors in your skin tone and edgy color placement on lips and/or eyes. And I’m here to give you the rundown before the holiday party parade begins. Consider trying out one of these trends in lieu of your standard party makeup this year.

The 4 major Fall/Winter trends, according to the Experts at MAC Cosmetics:


OFF COLOUR look #1 at Max Mara

Inspired by: Freckles and skin tone, this trend is all about deconstructing colors found naturally in your skin tone and in nature.

How it looks: For shades, think burnt reds, coppers and bronzes; muds, mushrooms and mosses. The mood is all about 90s grunge – moody and sexy like Winona Ryder in 1994.

OFF COLOUR Look #2 - mushroom hue on the eyes

How to: Focus on playing up and bolding out the eye, lip or both. Instead of firm bristle brushes, try working with soft bristle brushes for a natural, diffused effect. For a soft look, apply with a fluffier, soft bristle brush. What you wanna do is play up the colors found in skin or nature, so that they blend in easily with the skin.

Trend Tip: Rather than a standard, firm lip brush, try applying lip color with a fluffy brush to get a “washed” effect.


The STREAMLINED look at Kenzo

Inspired by: Tomboys. A vibe that’s grungy yet sophisticated. This look is all about sharper, statement eyebrows. They’re sharper and the use of navy blue is

How it looks: Really reminds me of Hunger Games characters in The Capitol! Super colorful and charismatic, this look was featured on the Missoni runway.

How to: Concentrate on eyeliners and eyebrows and playing with eyeliner a bit.

Trend Tip: Try creating chunky lashes from the iris out to the outer corner of the eye, and then pinching the lashes together for a doe-eyed look. For liner, try disconnecting liner by lining top and bottom but leaving a break between the liner, or applying a super thick, colorful winged liner.


The ON REFLECTION look at Desigual

Inspired by: The glow of liquid gold

How it looks: Luminescence and glow; matte skin is paired with shine; hints of reflection with a golden glow

How to: Start with really shiny, glossy skin. Vaseline is your friend! The easiest way to try this trend is to sport some glossy, metallic pigment on the eye, using gold or platinum shades. Gorgeous with wine lips! And don’t forget some glossy highlighter on the upper cheekbone!

Trend Tip: Rather than keeping brows precise and polished, try messing them up a little with some clear lip gloss. Fall trend forecast palette – great staying power, not creasing


The Unprocessed look at Barbara Bui

Inspired by: Ali McGraw/preppy girls. Not natural or no makeup, but real makeup.

How it looks: Start with full, messy, exaggerated brows. Think rosy cheeks and lips and highlighter.

How to: Apply clear brow gel, a creamy gilded gold with a brown undertone on the eye and a super nude face with a flash of bold copper eyeliner.

Trend Tip: For a little sheen, apply lip balm on lips and apply the rest on nose, eyes and cheeks


BF Asks: Which trend are you most excited to try this fall/winter? 


New Years Eve Makeup: When in Vegas, you gotta SHINE!!

Hi beauties!

I spent New Years Eve in Vegas with good friends, amazing music, fabulous food and oodles of cocktails.

A lot of you guys saw the pics on Instagram, Twitter & Facebook and wanted to know what products made me glow.

Glowing on New Years Eve in Vegas - HoneyPunch dress ℅ M. Caroline Boutique & hair by Drybar on West 3rd St in LA

So I just wanted to share the highlights of my makeup look from New Years Eve with you, today.

In my glowing beauty treasure chest for New Years Eve? MAC, Hourglass, Antonym, Too Faced, Josie Maran, Jouer, Vani-T & more! *Necklace by Forever 21 (yes, seriously!!!)


Some of the shimmering highlights?

Tarte Pure Maracuja Oil ($46)

Antonym Cosmetics Organic Duo Eye Shadow in Café au Lait ($24)

MAC Shadows in Tempting & Woodwinked ($15)

Josie Maran Argan Illuminizer ($28)

Hourglass Cosmetics Femme Nude Lip Stylo ($30)

Jouer Age-Repairing Brightener ($32)

& more…

I felt so glam walking around in my Honey Punch rose gold sequined dress (℅ M. Caroline Boutique), Charles David gold high heels, The Artisan Group rose gold heart earrings and my smoky eyes, glowing skin and nude lips. I wanted to embody New Years Eve and I think I did just that.
After all, when else do you get to wear a short, gold-sequined dress than in Vegas?!?!


BF Asks: What were you donning as the clock struck midnight? 




Whatcha’ Wearin’ Wednesday, Hannah D? She’s such a rebel!

So this past Friday, I was in a great mood and was almost skipping at The Grove after seeing Silver Linings Playbook. I celebrate on Fridays. In fact, I call them Friday Fundays!

But I digress. I decided to spend the rest of the afternoon writing with a glass of Cab Franc and some swiss fondue accompanied by green apples and broccoli at my fave Grove hangout, Morels. A free Friday afternoon is an exquisite luxury to me, folks.

As I wandered into Morels, I spotted a gorgeous hostess with the most strikingly seductive lipstick I have ever seen. All at once I thought of what it would be like Bond girls and vampire goddesses in Anne Rice novels procreated. That’s a good thing, y’all.

Hannah D: She's such a REBEL.

I walked up to the hostess, gave her my card and asked if I could feature her as this week’s WWW girl. She said yes and that she was honored.

BF: What’s your name?
WWW: Hannah D.

BF: And tell me what divine lip color that is? Who makes it? What’s it called? Where can I get it? Like yesterday!

WWW: MAC Rebel. I love it.

BF: How did you find this lovely lip?

WWW: This is terrible but I love trying on all of the different colors at MAC across the fountain right before work. I get to try a new one every time I work!

BF: Terrible? Pashaw! That’s both fabulous and BRILLIANT! Kudos, my fellow lipcolor-loving new friend!

And, beauties, that is how our WWW girl today, Hannah D, can teach us how to bring a little beauty into our lives every day by making the most of the moment and the location.



BF Asks: Are you our next WWW girl? Email me a pic with your must-have makeup love. The kind that inspires people to ask, “Whatcha’ wearin’?” 


Makeup Monday: MAC Archie’s Girls – Veronica or Betty?

I was delighted to be invited to the MAC Archie’s Girls event at Nordstrom at The Grove this past weekend!


The talented Satine asked me if I wanted to be a Betty or Veronica.

Hmmm….good question!

She described Betty as the sweet, girl-next-door girlfriend of Archie with a more neutral palette. Well, that sounded a little like me! But then, she described Veronica. Glamorous, rich and not afraid of color. Well, I’m not Veronica but that doesn’t mean I can’t pretend to be!

Since I would be attending my friend John’s party after the event, I opted for the glam, va-va-voom Veronica. Satine applied Painterly followed by the Spoiled Rich: Eye Shadow x 4 palette ($44) and a pop of Amethyst pressed pigment. My lash line was rimmed with Petrol Blue pearl glide intense liner ($16.50),  and my lashes were made full & lush with Veronica Opulash ($17.50)

My Veronica look was polished off with Veronica Powder Blush ($22), Archie’s Girls Pearlmatte Face Powder ($30), Angel lip color, Kiss and Don’t Tell lip gloss, and Half-Red Lip liner.

At first, I was afraid. There was some mega-wattage purple eyeshadow in that Veronica palette and it was being applied on me. Yikes! I was fairly certain that I would leave there looking like I had just had a run-in with Chris Brown.

But then, I was deeeeeelighted!

The purple looked majestic and regal and verrry sexy.


Spending the evening as a Veronica made me feel quite sassy and introduced me to a world of color!

By the time I sashayed through the party, I was defffffinitely feeling like a Veronica.



BF Asks: Are you a Betty or a Veronica?

Primping with…Kiersten Warren

Happy Wednesday, beauties! I loved interviewing my friend, Kiersten Warren, for my latest FabFitFun column, “Primping with…”. It was an utterly delicious delight! And it was filled with soooo many details & tidbits that I couldn’t include it all on FFF. So here it is in its entirety for your reading pleasure.

I was so impressed with her full, colorful and love-filled life. And I am thrilled that she is writing about all of her daily (and past) adventures. Here’s to the next sweet & exciting chapter, Kiersten!


(excerpts originally featured on FabFitFun 12/4/12)
Today, I’m primping with the always-funny, eternally youthful, ethereal sprite that is my friend, Kiersten Warren. You may recognize this talented actress, writer, wife and mother from Desperate Housewives, Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood, Bunheads, Independence Day, Life Goes On or Saved by The Bell: The College Years.

We chose to meet at Chateau Marmont for a light lunch – shrimp cocktail, Caesar salad and a glass of sauvignon blanc for those who like to know such details – and primping. Having just left having tea with Tarte Cosmetics, I gifted Kiersten with Tarte’s Maracuja concealer. We had some fun with makeup in the middle of the Chateau Marmont and giggled a lot.

I had met Kiersten this past summer at a party where we became instant friends and decided we should definitely “make plans on purpose” (as Kiersten says) soon. 3 months later into our busy schedules, we had our first chance! Between her candor, wickedly clever humor, sweet nature wine and lovely presence, I couldn’t wait to share our chat with   you!

BF: Tell us about your beauty routine. Makeup?

KW: I wear Cle de Peau foundations for the light silky coverage. I never feel like it’s heavy and it reflects light really well. With that I’ll use the YSL Touche éclat combined with the Chanel concealer. I also love the Tarte Maracuja concealer you introduced me to. I’m always up for “concealing.” I have allergies and sometimes my under-eye region gets really puffy, and until the meds kick in I just have to deal. Then I like Shiseido powder in a compact to take along.

I use Dior Show mascara and usually MAC eyeshadows for their vibrant colors. As far as lipsticks go, I’m really liking my MAC reds. I think it’s “VAMP” that I use all the time. I don’t know for sure because Scarlett (my 7 year old) left her ice cream to melt in the car’s drink holder where I hide my lipstick and, resultantly, the label long ago died and had to be peeled off. I think it’s VAMP but I have Dior lip glosses in candy color shades in every purse so I could easily be wearing any of those.

BF: I feel very Steel Magnolias asking this. In fact, I shall do it with a southern accent. What is your signature fragrance?

KW: For years I’ve worn La Chasse Aux Papillons Eau de Toilette by L’Artisan Parfumeur. But lately I’ve been feeling unfaithful and reckless and have switched it up with those naughty Marc Jacobs triplets, Lola, Daisy and Dot.

BF: Naughty, indeed. And as for your lovely locks?


KW: I have dreadlock, curly, cotton candy hair. Hair like a 19th century Irish street orphan. Nicole Kidman’s is the classy version of my natural hair. So it needs to be dealt with by way of keratin treatments and then letting it come out to play a bit. Good thing with hair like mine is that there’s always volume. Bad thing is that it does what it wants if you let it, and that’s decidedly NOT PRETTY. 

 BF: I think we have very similar hair thanks to Mother nature. Mine is post-brazilian blowout right now. Getting my volume back! Everyone wants it when they don’t have it. But honey, it takes a village, doesn’t it?

KW: Gabor, my hair guy on Desperate Housewives, would take a deep sigh, close his eyes, do one cleansing yoga breath and say over my head as a daily mantra, “The hair will not win!”

BF: That. Is. Hilarious.

KW: Always made me laugh. Which is key. I prefer to work with a high level of joy. “Chuckle-headed-ness” even. Sutton Foster on Bunheads is fun like that as well. 

BF: So what’s your go-to ‘do?

KW: Since I have curly hair I don’t wash it very much. Like every 3 or 4 days. So day one it’s down and wavy and bouncy and kind of perfect.  Day two is curlier. Three is a ponytail with a pretty headband. Day four is a hat.

BF: Shower or Bath?

KW: I prefer a bath. Showers to me are like an aquatic assault. Something you do when that’s all that is offered in your hotel room in Moscow. 

BF: Oh my gosh. I could not love the way you put that any more. I always consider a shower basically a workout. Hmm…that might explain a few things.

BF: Do you have a nightly beauty ritual? You know something that helps you wind it down? (ex. for me – I never miss my bath and book every night)

KW: Every night I’ll make chamomile tea with honey and then have chilled slices of an Asian pear. Or a pomegranate. 

 BF (in my head): Well, color me impressed. Sophisticated. Very grown up.

KW: And it’s during that ritual that I pick out what I’ll wear to bed. Then I flip through a magazine while my husband, Kirk (writer’s note – Kirk Acevedo of Oz, Band of Brothers, Prime Suspect, Fringe,) finds our movie. Usually something horrifically scary that then he falls asleep to and I’m petrified into therapy because I can’t change the channel. I once left our tv on for 3 months because Kirk was away on location. Let it be known here officially that our Universal remote hates me. And the feeling is mutual. 

 BF: I love that the family drama only exists between you and, basically, an appliance.

 BF: Back to business! Brows – wax or tweeze? Who’s your go-to?

KW: I go to Anastasia and let Katie Crecion work her magic on my brows. 

 BF: And what about those gorgeous, lush lashes? Amazing!!!

KW: Latisse. I use it, Yes. If it turns my eyes brown…whatever. I prayed for brown eyes as a child after reading Anne Frank. I wanted to look like her. To date they are still blue. But will keep you posted.

 BF: You are lean and lithe. I cannot lie. I also love alliteration. How do you stay fit?

BF: I take a ballet-body sculpting class that is brutally efficient. I always wonder when I’m staggering around the next two days in agony, “why is it that I do this?” It can’t be to look sexier. Not when I look like an injured chimp staggering around wearing an adult diaper. Because that is how I walk after one of those workouts. 

 I’m very hard on myself physically. And it’s a shame really. As a competitive gymnast once upon a time, the capacity to even enjoy pecan pie has pretty much been beaten out of me. And so the end result is what? That I’m thin. It’s something to be pitied more than anything. If I said I’d been hungry for just about half my life, it wouldn’t be a lie.  

 BF: That reminds me of that line from Julia Roberts in Notting Hill: I’ve been on a diet every day since I was nineteen, which basically means I’ve been hungry for a decade.”


 KW: Kirk has a hugging gauge and tells me when it’s pasta night. LOL

 BF: I need a man like that!!

KW: I do make a mean corn chowder with shrimp and poblano chiles. And my vices are candy coffee drinks at Starbucks. My candy choices are red hots and black licorice. Then hot tamales. 

BF: What is the best advice you received from your grandmother?

KW: My Grandma Inez gave me the best advice, which was delivered to me while I was ironing my dress, whilst wearing it. Like you do. Grandma looked at me and giggled and goes, “lazy people work the hardest.”  And over the years it’s resonated with me. Because they do, don’t they?

BF: What’s one of your earliest beauty memories?

KW: My first significant beauty memory was feeling the power of transformation in the chair of a champion hairstylist as she dragged my hair straight with her blow dryer for the first time in my life. Up until then I’d thought I was destined to roam the earth looking very muppet-like for all of my days. Her name was Bronwyn and it was at the JCPenney’s salon.  She changed my life. Thanks for that, Bronwyn. 

BF: Shameless plug of Penneys, Kiersten. What beauty faux pas did you commit that you look at now & cringe?

KW: I remember when I was 7, my Mom curled my hair in curlers and I slept in them all night for picture day, I thought I looked so very pretty and while I was being driven to our Christian school I remember making eye contact with all the passing cars. I thought that I might very well be discovered by a huge talent agent looking as pretty as I felt. Terribly funny considering I wasn’t even allowed to see movies in a theater as a child. And yes we were Independent Fundamentalist Baptists…if that explains things a bit. 

BF: What would the 13-year-old version of you think about you now?

KW: My 13-year-old self would be sorely impressed with how we turned out. She would think me both wicked and divine. Then we’d try on my expensive shoes and she’d remind me how when we were 14, we snuck out to see a movie and it was The Muppet Movie. And then we’d laugh at our ridiculous rebel selves. 

BF: Speaking of girls, what advice would you give to your daughter, Scarlett?

KW: I would advise Scarlett to never compare herself to anyone ever. For it’s in that instant where we siphon off all our power in comparing and contrasting. And it’s at that fetid well that girls first drink of inadequacy and self loathing. Then jealousy steals their joy. Keep your joy from the get-go and compare yourself never, ever, in the history of ever, to anybody else. “You are miraculous.” is what I tell Scarlett.

BF: And I’m crying. That is some wonderful mother stuff, right there! Napkin please. Okay. Nearing the end so finish off that glass. One word that describes you right now:

KW: #merrimentmerchant. It’s kind of one word.

BF: If I could describe you in one word, it would be “effervescent”. Oooh-and I like “enchanting”, as well!

BF: Fill-in-the-blank time:

“My favorite color is…”

KW: My favorite color is YES! Because I love them all. Depending on my mood. But I guess I’m partial to deep greens. 

BF: My favorite quote is:

KW: Laugh if you can cry if you must. It’s a favorite quote. Firstly because it’s so applicable, secondly it annoys my husband, so I say it a lot just to be provocative. Now he just laughs whenever he hears it. I actually heard him use it once so I’m certainly the winner in that regard.

BF: My personal philosophy (beauty, life or otherwise) is:

KW: My personal philosophy or way of living life is to “Be a light, shine a light, help hold a light or just go back to your hole.” 

BF: Love that! What accomplishment(s) are you most proud of?

KW: Very proud of my writing. I’m currently shopping my book “Pocket Stories of a Ramblin’ Christian Gypsy.” 

BF: Aaaaaand I’m in! Tell me more.

KW: It’s a deconstructed memoir written in little single consumption reads. Literature for those with an attention span of a caffeinated ferret.  I store my pieces here …   it’s been so nice to unburden myself in the retelling of these stories. Stones I’ve pulled out of my pockets if you will. And am now free to float down the river of life unburdened, free from fetters and fools. I’m proud that as a pregnant fifteen year old I was able to forge ahead and have a successful career in show business. I’m proud of my children and my marriage. 

BF: You are a shining example of a mother doing her best for her kids and following her dreams!

BF: What role has been the most fun to play fashion and beauty-wise?

KW: The most fashion fun I’ve had playing a role was probably to play, “Necie” in the Callie Khourie directed and written feature film, Divine Secrets of the YaYa Sisterhood.

BF: That is one of my all-time favorite books and films. Brilliant. Details please.

KW: It was vintage and going to sleep with loads of pin curls was more fun than the law should allow.  Pretty dresses just make me happy.

BF: What would you like people to say about you behind your back?

KW: That they wish they were me. I’m kidding. Kinda.



BF Asks: Kiersten’s proudest accomplishments made my heart burst! What accomplishment are YOU most proud of thus far? 

Friday FunDay: Who dat?!

Happy Friday, beauties!
I’m in New Orleans today for my best friend’s wedding this weekend!

Just got back to my hotel from the world-famous Cafe du Monde for a cafe au lait, beignets and a little morning writing…


Au Lait!

Now it’s time to primp!

I wouldn’t exactly say I travel light.

Where the magic happens: my makeshift vanity in New Orleans

So what’s on the beauty agenda tonight? For the rehearsal dinner, I think I’m donning YSL burgundy lipstick, Ardell false lashes, Trish McEvoy eyeshdows, powder and mascara, Bobbi Brown spf tinted balm, Tarte blush and Makeup Forever lip liner.

WHO DAT????!!!!


Have a beautiful evening, beauties!



BF Asks: Got any New Orleans places I need to try while I’m here in the cajun capital? 

Whatcha’ Wearin’ Wednesday: MAC Styledriven Shadow – driven by nostalgia

I don’t know about you  - but all of this back-to-school talk on BeautyFrosting has got me thinking of my younger days.

Watching Wes Anderson’s Moonrise Kingdom this summer made me wax nostalgic for school days.

More like the summers of school days! All of the romantic pining and adventure seeking left me missing the 12-year-old version of myself. She was waaaaay cooler than she thought she was!

Romance & adventure-seeking in Moonrise Kingdom


But, even with all of that, there was one thing in that delightful nugget of a movie, that I just couldn’t get out of my head: Suzy’s (Kara Hayward’s) BLUE eyeshadow.


It was that perfect blue that you used to try on, while playing dress up at your grandmother’s. I was smitten. Oh, who am I kidding? I loved it.
And I decided I needed to try it on for size. Like right now.

Luckily, I had just recently been introduced to MAC Styledriven Pro Longwear Eye Shadow.

MAC Pro Longwear Eye Shadow in Styledriven

MAC Pro Longwear Eye Shadow in Styledriven

It was just the ticket. So I wore it all day long and it wore all day strong.

Swatches of MAC Styledriven (from top to bottom: 1 wash, Wet application, 2 washes, 3 washes)

Then I went across the street to hang out with the girls.

Out of that came the delightful photo shoot below shot by 5-year-old Nora and “styled” by  3-year-old Lucy.

Playing dress-up with Lucy - Photo by Nora

Playing dress-up with Lucy - Photo by Nora

Photo by 5-year-old Nora

Photo by 5-year-old Nora

I decided that when it comes to retro true-blue, MAC Styledriven is the perfect answer to my nostalgic pains.
And, as you can see above, it takes me back to the days of dress-up!

MAC Styledriven

MAC Styledriven


Let it take you back, too. And you just might discover that the 12-year-old you was a lot cooler than you thought!




BF Asks: What makeup takes you back to the days of dress-up?

Whatcha’ Wearin’ Wednesday, Amy O?

Last night, I had the pleasure of attending A Night of Beauty at The Viceroy with my friend & fave BeautyFrosting photographer, Amy Opoka (you can see all her pics in Gallery).

Amy is an amazingly talented photographer and a good friend! And like me, Amy is a lover of all things beauty!

Especially makeup!

So when she donned this fabulous Fuchsia lipcolor last night, you know I had to ask:

Our WWW Girl today: Amy Opoka

BF: Amy, whatcha wearin’?

Amy: You like it?

BF: Are you kidding? I love it! It’s such a fun summer color statement!

Amy: I got it this past weekend at MAC. It’s MAC Full Fuchsia!

MAC Full Fuchsia

BF: Well, you know I’m gonna have to feature you as my WWW (Whatcha’ Wearin’ Wednesday) girl tomorrow, don’t you?

Amy: I wouldn’t have it any other way!

See that spunk! You should see this girl rock an 80s outfit!




BF Asks: Should you be our next WWW girl? Simply send us a picture of you wearing your favorite beauty product and a description of what it is and where you wore it – and YOU might be on Whatcha’ Wearin’ Wednesday on BeautyFrosting!

WWW: Whatcha’ Wearin’ Wednesday? Meet Virginia

Hi beauties,
I get a lot of Dear Dawn questions about the perfect red lip color.
Well, today’s WWW girl pulls off the red lip in the most classic Hollywood style.

I know Virginia, a fellow native Texan, through the wonderful world of Chris Fields’ scene study class.

I heart Chris because I made so many good friends in his wonderful world—and grew a ton, as a performer. Which is why I’m thrilled to introduce you beauties to Virginia.

Virginia is an actress. When I first met her, I immediately thought: DIANE LANE!!!!

WWW: Virginia

Like Diane, Virginia is a classic, talented actress and beauty.

She is kind, composed and courageous. Aaaaand – she just moved out to LA last year from Texas!!

I caught up with Virginia after my show, this past Friday evening at The Hotel Cafe, in Hollywood.

Quite appropriate as Virginia is old-school Hollywood glamour! Did I mention that she was featured on MAD MEN last week?

Without further ado, here’s your WWW girl today:

WWW: Virginia in MAC Russian Red

BF: Hi Virginia! Thank you so much for coming to my show! You look lovely as ever. May I say, Diane Lane, again!!

Virginia: You’re crazy. And, thank you. Great show!

BF (straight to the question everyone’s asking): Thank you so much! So happy you could come! What lip color are you wearing? It’s gorgeous just like you!!!

Virginia: MAC Russian Red.

BF: Looooooovely. It suits you perfectly. I’m featuring you as this week’s WWW girl. Done. And thank you!

Virginia: I’m not sure what that means. But thank you.

BF: Oh, you will, Virginina. You will.

And she shall!

BF Asks: Have you tried MAC Russian Red? What is your go-to Hollywood siren-red lip color?  


FREEday Friday: BeautyFrosting Easter Giveaway Winner Announced

BeautyFrosting is YOUR Easter Bunny, TAYSHA R!!!!

Congratulations!!! And happy day to you!

Better than a chocolate bunny, huh?

Next week, we’ll  have another giveaway so look forward to that announcement on Monday!!

Taysha R won a full-size MAC Plushglass Lip Gloss in BIG BABY!

MAC Plushglass Lip gloss in BIG BABY

MAC Big Baby Plushglass is a peachy, shimmering neutral gloss, perfect for all skin tones and ages.

 MAC Big Baby


Its vanilla-scented, sheer hue will plump and soothe your lips with moisture and leave you with a shimmering high-shine glossed lip. Best of all it’s comfortable to wear (read: not too sticky) and contains vitamin E for added nourishment.

MAC Big Baby Plushglass Giveaway

Happy Passover and Easter, Beauties!!!




BF Asks: What giveaway would you like me to feature? A certain product? Brand? Service? Let me know!