WHAT’S HOT NOW
GET SET FOR SUMMER!
“Let’s just make you bronzy today!” is what Avon makeup artist Lauren Andersen told Alba after seeing the actress’s summery two-piece outfit and tanned skin. She used golden tones on Alba’s eyes and cheeks and gave her a peachy lip. Hairstylist Davy Newkirk then created a “modern twist on Hollywood glam” with soft, sideswept waves. For all the details on Alba’s look, go to people.com/JessicaAlbaLook
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YOUR SUMMER GUIDE
7 BEAUTY TRENDS TO TRY NOW
1 TEXTURE SPRAYS
One part dry shampoo, one part hair spray, these aerosol stylers boost volume and create that effortless, tousled second-day look that Taylor Swift has down to a science.
Bumble and bumble
Cityswept Finish, $29; bumbleandbumble.com
Shu Uemura Art of Hair
Texture Wave, $38; shuuemuraartofhair-usa.com in June
2 ALLOVER GLOW
Around the office we call these face and body illuminators “baby bronzers” because they warm up your skin with just a hint of color in addition to blurring imperfections (bye-bye, veins, cellulite and redness).
Naked Skin Body Beauty Balm, $32; urbandecay.com
Liquid Lumière in Luster and Brilliance, $39 each; chantecaille.com
LOOKS AMAZING ON LEGS!
INSTANTLY BRIGHTENS SKIN!
3 COCONUT EVERYTHING
If summer had an official scent, it would be coconut. And it seems like just about every beauty product contains some version of it, whether it be water (OGX Coconut Water Shampoo), milk (Pacifica Malibu Lemon Blossom wipes) or just the aroma (Escada Born in Paradise perfume).
Born in Paradise, $59 (for 1.7 oz.); sephora.com
Hand & Body Lotion Wipes, $7; pacificaperfume.com
Weightless Hydration Coconut Water Shampoo, $7.99; at drugstores
SUMMER IN A BOTTLE!
4 BLONDE HAIR, DARK BROWS
Blame supermodel Cara Delevingne or Khaleesi from Game of Thrones, but now all the cool girls like Kate Upton and Julianne Hough are showing off a dramatic contrast between their hair and their arches.
5 METALLIC LINER
A smoky eye is the wool sweater of makeup: great for fall and winter but too heavy for warm weather. Lighten up without losing any of the drama by defining your eyes with one of the new gold or copper pencils. It’s gorgeous in your inner corners.
Marc Jacobs Beauty
Highliner Gel Eye Crayon in Mari(Gold) 70, $25; sephora.com
Le Stylo Waterproof Long Lasting Eyeliner in Golden Riviera, $27; lancome-usa.com
6 JELLY LIPS AND TIPS
This summer, shine is on steroids. Worn solo or layered over an opaque color as a top coat, the latest glosses and nail polishes deliver a superslick pop of color.
Lèvres Scintillantes Glossimer in Happy, Sexy and Hello, $29.50 each; chanel.com
Sheer Tints Top Coats, $9 each; beautybrands.com
GOES ON SHEER
CREATES A GLAZED LOOK
7 ORANGE LIPSTICK
Trust us, citrus hues are surprisingly wearable (see Hilary Duff as proof) and such a fresh alternative to red or nude. Choose a creamy formula (we love all the new lip crayons) and keep the rest of your makeup to a minimum.
Pure Color Lip Shine in Mandarine, $24; esteelauder.com
Art Stick in Sunset Orange, $26; bobbibrown.com
THE BOLDER, THE BETTER!
THE ‘IT’ HAIR LOOKS OF SUMMER
THEY’VE BOTH BEEN TRENDING FOR SOME TIME, BUT EXPECT LIGHTER TIPS AND OVER-THE-SHOULDER BRAIDS TO REACH A FEVER PITCH THIS SEASON
“Ombré will never go away! It looks good on everybody and is low-maintenance. What’s hot right now is the softer version (I call it sombré) that doesn’t have a dramatic contrast.”
—Joico colorist Denis De Souza, who works with Kate Mara
“It’s not only feminine but youthful and modern. The key to the look is a lived-in texture so that the braid, even when it goes a bit more formal, has that ‘street style’ feel.”
—L’Oréal Paris hairstylist Mara Roszak, who works with Emma Stone
BLOWOUTS, Beyoncé Knowles & WHAT’S IN HER (DIRTY) TOTE BAG
TINA’S FAVE THINGS!
“I do enjoy lip balm. I always have either a Burt’s Bees [$3.30; burtsbees.com] or a Dr. Hauschka [$13.95; drhauschka.com] or straight up old-school ChapStick [$1.01; at drugstores].”
“I hide from my children for a minute in the bathroom, so it’s good that this is a multitasking product.” Garnier Ultra-Lift Transformer, $16.99; at drugstores
“I can’t wear fragrance; it gives me a headache. But I like nice bars of soap. I’m mostly trying to put that out there because my birthday’s coming.” Claus Porto Banho Citron Verbena Bath Soap, $18; bluemercury.com
WE SPENT 30 MINUTES CHATTING WITH THE EMMY-WINNER, MOM AND NEW FACE OF GARNIER SKIN CARE. HERE’S EVERYTHING WE LEARNED.
• Shooting a beauty commercial is harder than it looks.
“The first four hours you’re like, ‘This is great! I feel really beautiful.’ And then there’s another 16 hours where you’re like, ‘I’ve only got two different ways of turning my head and smiling, but I’ll try to find new ones!’ There’s a high level of delusion required for taking a good picture. It’s 10 percent lighting, 90 percent self-delusion.”
• Her favorite TV show is a comedy, obviously.
“I recently discovered Inside Amy Schumer. It’s a sketch show on Comedy Central that’s really funny.”
• Whatever you do, do not tell her what’s happening on Mad Men.
“I’m almost a full season behind. I come into the office wanting to talk about episodes from a year ago, and they’re like, “We’re kind of past it…. ”
• Speaking of Mad Men … guess who dressed up as Joan for Halloween once?
“I was really excited about it, but it was disappointing. It made me realize, ‘Yeah, you’re not Joan; you’ll never be Joan.’ ”
• Olivia Pope is her small-screen style star!
“Kerry Washington on Scandal,” was Fey’s response when asked what TV character has the best fashion sense.
• Fey can do a lot of things—her hair isn’t one of them.
“I really, deeply, cannot style my hair. I get a $40 blowout and amortize it over four days so it’s a $10 blowout.”
• Speaking of hair, she and comedic bestie Amy Poehler have yet to braid each other’s hair. But here are a few things they have done together:
“We have stayed up all night many times for various jobs and changed clothes in the same room. We have never checked each other for ticks, but we should.”
• She failed out of “prep” school.
“I grew up in the ’80s, and I didn’t go with the big-hair flow. I tried to be preppy, but I didn’t have the right build for preppy clothes—you have to be sort of slim-hipped. But I had an L.L.Bean catalog and The Official Preppy Handbook.”
• Her tote bag is filled with awesome stuff.
“I’ve got this dirty tote. I’m sure there’s a bag of Cheerios in there for emer- gencies, at least two Tasers and a 76ers foam finger in case I need to dance.”
• Apparently that was a joke. Here’s what’s really in it.
“Lip balm, headphones and old scripts from 30 Rock. They make me happy, so I leave them in there.”
• Watch your back, Dakota Fanning. We asked Fey what celeb’s body part she’d trade for. She answered:
“Dakota Fanning’s kidneys. They’re really young and fresh.”
• Liz Lemon’s signature scent? Eau d’Produce.
“Liz would have worn the Demeter one that smells like tomato.”
• What’s the most important item in her closet? Pants.
“I never leave the house without pants. Even if I’m wearing a dress, I usually have pants under it.”
• Style regrets? She has zero.
Even though her 2010 Golden Globes “poufy” dress-plus-umbrella combo landed her on worst-dressed lists for looking like Mary Poppins (her words), Fey’s unfazed: “I stand by the dress. I really like it, and you know who’s good-looking? Mary Poppins!”
Fey’s biggest fashion critic?
Eight-year-old daughter Alice, above, with Fey in January. (Tina also has another daughter, Penelope, 2.) Alice approved of all three Carolina Herrera gowns (shown) worn by her mom when Fey cohosted the Golden Globes in 2014.
TINA PLAYS THIS OR THAT?
SPANX OR 6-INCH HEELS?
“6-inch heels. Spanx are necessary, but no one’s excited about wearing them.”
FRIES OR SIDE SALAD?
“Side salad, but mad about it the whole time.”
LIPSTICK OR MASCARA?
“Mascara. I have a really tiny mouth like a ’70s baby doll, so there’s not really a lot for me to put lipstick on.”
FACIAL OR MASSAGE?
“Facial. The only massages I like are the cheap ones at the nail place when they just punch you in the back.”
SPINNING OR YOGA?
“Yoga. I hate spinning. I don’t get to do yoga, but if I could, I would love it.”
“Beyoncé. She’s hitting it on a lot of levels; promoting feminism, grinding on a surfboard.”