quarta-feira, 20 de maio de 2015

Olivia Palermo At Good Day New York:Olivia Palermo's 3 'must-dos' for summer





Olivia Palermo never leaves her house in sweat pants.
Olivia says she learned at a young age from her mother that she should always look her best.
Olivia top beauty and fashion tips are ahead of the summer:
1. Buy ballet flats a half size bigger;
2. Switch your foundation;
3. Wear Olivia Palermo's Hutch Red Nail Polish by Ciate.


Olivia Palermo At Good Day New York


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OLIVIA PALERMO



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BEAUTY SECRETS FROM OLIVIA PALERMO


BEAUTY SECRETS FROM OLIVIA PALERMO
"My hands and feet are always matching."
Model and professionally well-dressed person Olivia Palermo has joined forces with UK beauty brand Ciate London to create arguably the only three nail polish shades needed for summer: creamy pink, blood red, and beach coral.

"Red is the color I wear every day," says Palermo, who has 'Hutch,' a glossy crimson with blue undertones, on her nails when we meet at The Crosby Hotel. "Since it's summer, I just wanted colors to pop on a skin tone."

There's a reason why Palermo's signature rich-girl style inspires millions of copycats, and I'm not immune. "What do you usually do?" she asks, eyeing my hands. The usual is chipped, but I choose 'Hutch' as well. "You'll feel like a new person," she says, while a manicurist paints my nails.

Beyond her signature red polish, Palermo shares her thoughts on loyalty, nail art, and the best mascara ever.
"I've been getting manicures and pedicures since I was very, very young. In New York you have one on every block, and my mom would go every other week to get a manicure and pedicure, and always only red. It must've been Revlon. They didn't have the amazing nail colors they have now and the polishes. So I just went with her and got my nails done. Way before Kindergarten. I get it done every four or five days."

ON LOYALTY:
"I am totally religious and loyal [to my salon] and I'm their oldest client; i-Plaza right in Tribeca. The son has opened up another store right around the corner called M-Spa, and you feel like you're in a Swedish spa. It's very cool, they play house music, but it's all the same ladies from the other location, so all friendly faces."

ON MINIMALISM :
"The way the French do a manicure, it's not exactly exciting, and the actual French manicure itself—no. Just stick with a nude. It's just dated. A lot of trends come back and forth, but it's one of those things like crystal jeans, I'm not sure it's going to come back so quickly."

ON MATCHING:
"My hands and feet are always matching. The only time they're not is maybe for a day, or half a day if I don't have time to do both, and I know I'm going to have my toes covered. I like the consistency. Although, when I see a woman with darker on her toes and then lighter on her hands it looks chic, but then when I try it I just look like...not so sure."

ON LIPS:
"I love a great matte red lip. Sometimes if you have a tan I would suggest more of a coral because I think that's nice. With a brighter lip, just keeping it as minimal as possible and just a little lash."

ON THE PERFECT MASCARA:
"I've used Diorshow for years, and Guerlain because they have a great wand."


Via : Elle.com