Created on: January 09, 2013
You don’t have to live in Beverly Hills, own 10 Ferraris, or be a household name to give gifts created by A-list celebrities themselves. Many of Hollywood's brightest stars now have their own cosmetics lines, often at quite affordable prices. It's lights, camera, action for you to have a headlining role in giving the gift of cosmetics created by one or more of your favorite celebrities.
Since Drew's already had plenty of cosmetics experience as the spokesperson for Covergirl and Lancome, it's no wonder her interest in makeup reached such a, er, fever pitch that she started her own line. Called Flower and distributed by Walmart, Drew's cosmetics are intended to create a luxurious experience at an I-can't-believe-I have-money-left-over price. Flower's 181 eye, lip, face, and nail products cost $4.98 - $13.98, and are available in opulent white and rose gold plastic. Flower Cosmetics are also made with the same ingredients as expensive department store brands, at an incredible discount.
Did Cindy Crawford discover a time machine? Make a deal with the devil? At 45, she looks just as stunningly beautiful as she did when she filmed her unforgettable Pepsi ad in 1991. So it's no surprise that the woman who put the "super" in model would unveil Meaningful Beauty, a cosmetics line that combats aging. Working with Dr. Jean-Louis Sebagh, a French anti-aging expert, Cindy created a youth-enhancing system 10 years ago that costs $39.95, and contains products that cleanse, protect, restore, revitalize, and renew. A great gift for young women who want to retain their youthful glow, and older women who want to regain it.
Kat Von D.
Like her namesake with nine lives, Kat keeps reinventing herself - as tattoo artist, TV celebrity, and now makeup maven. Partnering with Sephora, Kat's a cosmetics fanatic who's equally skilled with a tattoo needle as she is with a makeup brush. She should be. She's got an entire closet - no, that's not a typo - filled with cosmetics. Ranging from $15.00 to $45.00, Kat's vibrantly bold and sultry colors, along with fragrances, have names like High Voltage eye primer, Sinner perfume, Tattoo eye liner, and Outlaw lipstick. They're perfect cosmetics for your edgy friends - as well as those who want to take their first walk on the wild side.
Bieber fever is turning into a wildfire that's now consuming the cosmetics world. Partnering with OPI, he re-released his "One Last Lonely Girl" nail polish collection.
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