Julie Hewett https://www.juliehewett.net Makeup, Skincare, Lipstick, Brushes & More Sun, 26 Feb 2017 04:28:13 +0000 en-US hourly 1 How to Rock a Dark Lip https://www.juliehewett.net/rock-dark-lip/ https://www.juliehewett.net/rock-dark-lip/#respond Thu, 23 Feb 2017 22:03:27 +0000 https://www.juliehewett.net/?p=7210 Dark lips are a sure way to amp up any night out with a sexy, seductive tone. What other shades will help accentuate a dark-lipped-look? Really, makeup application is supposed to be fun and about the exploration of your own style– wear what works for you and you feel most confident and beautiful! However, Julie does

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Dark lips are a sure way to amp up any night out with a sexy, seductive tone. What other shades will help accentuate a dark-lipped-look? Really, makeup application is supposed to be fun and about the exploration of your own style– wear what works for you and you feel most confident and beautiful! However, Julie does have a few pointers and tips if you would like to reference.

In the picture of our gorgeous babe Tiah, she is wearing the Coco Noir lipstick in the Luxe Creamy Matte Lipstick collection. Tia is wearing a blush color that is a rose shade with a brown undertone in “Destiny” cheekie pot by Julie Hewett to be specific. Julie then used her Breathless Palette to accentuate her eyes with a burgundy/wine color mix. Finally, Julie topped the lid with a shimmer along Tia’s brow bone with a light colored shimmer using Julie’s very own Shimmy in “Goldie.

So, where are you going to rock this dark lip seduction?

OXO

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Vixen on Hello Giggles! https://www.juliehewett.net/vixen-lipstick-hello-giggles/ https://www.juliehewett.net/vixen-lipstick-hello-giggles/#respond Thu, 09 Feb 2017 07:45:02 +0000 https://www.juliehewett.net/?p=7067 From Beauty Chatter at HELLO GIGGLES: “Retro clothing designer Micheline Pitt collaborated with makeup artist Julie Hewett on a new cosmetics line and it couldn’t be more perfect. Vintage lover Micheline Pitt has teamed up with celebrity makeup artist Julie Hewett to release a retro-inspired makeup collaboration. Pitt is a clothing designer and model, and Hewett produces

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From Beauty Chatter at HELLO GIGGLES:

“Retro clothing designer Micheline Pitt collaborated with makeup artist Julie Hewett on a new cosmetics line and it couldn’t be more perfect.

Vintage lover Micheline Pitt has teamed up with celebrity makeup artist Julie Hewett to release a retro-inspired makeup collaboration. Pitt is a clothing designer and model, and Hewett produces small-batch makeup products, so this is pretty much a match made in heaven. The line, which is called Vixen, will include lipstick, a matching lip liner, and an eyeliner to help you create the perfect pinup cat-eye.

 

vixen perfect red lipstick by julie hewett

 

Pitt has designed the packaging for the lipstick while Hewett created the actual product. The box is so cute! The clothing designer has been a big fan of Hewett’s retro-style makeup line, so it must be a dream come true to work with someone who you admire and whose products you love!

In an Instagram photo of the packaging, Micheline states that the products are American-made excluding the lip liner, which is made in Germany. She also explains:

The lipstick has 3 times the pigment of any traditional lipstick with the lasting power of a matte but with a soft creme finish. Gluten free, Paraffin-free and cruelty-free!”

 

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Ruby Balm Woos Mandy Moore https://www.juliehewett.net/ruby-balm-woos-mandy-moore/ https://www.juliehewett.net/ruby-balm-woos-mandy-moore/#respond Thu, 12 Jan 2017 21:22:19 +0000 https://www.juliehewett.net/?p=6745 Mandy Moore mentions her love for Camellia Ruby Balm in an interview with Refinery 29 on January 9th, 2017, in the interview with MI-Anne Chan, “The Weird Thing That Makes Mandy Moore Break Out– & How She Deals.” Moore says that Julie’s Camellia Ruby Balm is a product that she discovered on set and that

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Camellia Ruby Balm

Mandy Moore mentions her love for Camellia Ruby Balm in an interview with Refinery 29 on January 9th, 2017, in the interview with MI-Anne Chan, “The Weird Thing That Makes Mandy Moore Break Out– & How She Deals.” Moore says that Julie’s Camellia Ruby Balm is a product that she discovered on set and that she likes so much, that she has kept it for herself. “I am obsessed with Julie Hewett’s Camellia Ruby Balm. It looks bright pink, but gives the perfect tint on the lips and it’s pretty much all I wear for my character in 1988, but now I use it in my day-to-day life, too,” Moore says. We don’t blame Mandy Moore!

Refinery29 Screenshot of Mandy Moore mentioning Camellia Ruby Balm
Camellia Ruby Balm has a sheer red tint that is perfect for every day casual use, or natural enhancement of the lips. At the same time, the main ingredient base of this balm is camellia oil and makes up 70% of the tinted balm stick. Camellia oil is touted for its high content of vitamins A, B, C & E and other minerals like Potassium, Zinc, Calcium, Iron, Manganese and Magnesium. It’s non pore clogging and the molecule of Camellia oil is small enough to penetrate the deepest layers of the skin, more so than other plant oils. It also contains rose oil and grape seed oil and orange oil. This balm promotes healing of imperfections, contains natural UVA protection is rich in anti-oxidants and anti-ageing polyphenols.

Cheekie Color Swatches Peachie

Cheekie Peachie Color Swatch

Hewett also worked with Moore on the movie “Because I Said So!” and used her Cheekie pot for cheek tint in Jamie on Moore. Hewett and Moore loved working with each other so much that Hewett created a special palette for Moore. The colors in this palette can still be bought separately today.

Cheekie Destiny Color Swatch

Cheekie Destiny Color Swatch

The colors are Peachie and Destiny in the Cheekie pots and Goldie shimmy as a beautiful gold tinted highlighter. Goldie shimmy is outstanding when patted on the high part of the cheek, on top of eyeshadow, on top of your lipstick, down the center of the nose to make the nose look longer or thinner, in the tear ducts of the eyes, mixed with moisturizer into a body shimmer, on your clavicle bones, up the center of your legs to make your legs look longer, and also pairs beautifully with red lips.

Shimmy Color Swatches - Shimmy Goldie

Shimmy Goldie Color Swatch

We are ecstatic that Mandy Moore continues to use Julie Hewett’s Ruby Balm as a staple in her beauty arsenal since she discovered it on the movie set “Because I said so!” back in 2007. Mandy Moore looked astounding at the 2017 Golden Globes on January 8th. Clearly, she is doing something right!

OXO Julie Hewett Team

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12 Days of Beauty Giveaways https://www.juliehewett.net/12-days-beauty-giveaways/ https://www.juliehewett.net/12-days-beauty-giveaways/#comments Tue, 13 Dec 2016 16:36:24 +0000 http://www.juliehewett.net/?p=6437 #12DaysofGiveaways winners: Gina A. Shareena M. Amanda C. Shaila B. Tanya M. Sally J. Vankesha Victoria F. Donna P. Vikki B. Charles R. Jennifer P. Thank you for entering! We will have more contests in the future! All those who entered, please feel free to use the promo code: winners at checkout to receive a complimentary

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We will have more contests in the future!

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How to get the perfect red lips! Tips from a pro Makeup Artist https://www.juliehewett.net/get-perfect-red-lips-tips-pro-makeup-artist/ https://www.juliehewett.net/get-perfect-red-lips-tips-pro-makeup-artist/#comments Mon, 21 Nov 2016 23:05:23 +0000 http://www.juliehewett.net/?p=6152 A red lip is one of the most classic and visually stunning things you can do to brighten up your face and it’s perfect for the holidays. “I believe I have the perfect red for everywomen” says Julie…  ok! But, how do we make it perfect? We know you have the perfect color, but what’s

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A red lip is one of the most classic and visually stunning things you can do to brighten up your face and it’s perfect for the holidays.

“I believe I have the perfect red for everywomen”

says Julie…  ok! But, how do we make it perfect?

We know you have the perfect color, but what’s the secret?

 

She should know after more than two decades painting the lips of the most famous faces. These faces are some of the most well known beauty icons and they are seen on a screen 200 feet tall. Perfection is a must.
Julie says “Stop sticking to the neutrals and flirting with fuschias. Experiment and play. Have fun! I have a chart to start you off, but try a few shades” And if you’re really stuck, she has two beginner reds: OONA NOIR and GEM NOIR are sheer pops of red color but subtle.

gem noir lipstick

oona lipstick

A red lip tip from Julie:

Apply lip liner first.. you can use a NUDE to reshape first…
(For beginners put a hint of lip balm under Noir Matte Red)

Apply lipstick with brush or right out of the tube.  JH Noir Matte red lipsticks are triple pigmented so they give a big payoff of color… Blot.. Then..

Perfect the edges with matching color lip pencil, for example, Coco Noir has a Coco Noir pencil.

lipstick and liner from julie hewett

Another tip Julie says is to use a concealor pencil like OMIT to clean up and define your Cupid’s bow.

To make lip look fuller add a hint of gloss (Jh like Harlow gloss)  Just put on the center of lower lip.  Skip this step if Holiday Beverage in on the menu as it will make the lips last longer.

Or use a straw like the actresses on set between takes. Voila!

PICKING THE PERFECT LIPSTICK COLOR

which julie hewett red lipstick is best for you!

Hope this helps you ladies who are red helpless!!!

Love,

julie hewett

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The Best Red Lipstick Quotes https://www.juliehewett.net/best-red-lipstick-quotes/ https://www.juliehewett.net/best-red-lipstick-quotes/#respond Thu, 06 Oct 2016 21:09:08 +0000 http://www.juliehewett.net/?p=5896 The classic red lipstick look has a cultural following, and with it, a long wonderful history. In this article, we will share the best quotes concerning our favorite popular lipstick choice. From red-carpet glam to that hipster-barista, women everywhere are feeling beautiful and spirited when wearing red lipstick. “I believe I have the perfect red

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The classic red lipstick look has a cultural following, and with it, a long wonderful history. In this article, we will share the best quotes concerning our favorite popular lipstick choice. From red-carpet glam to that hipster-barista, women everywhere are feeling beautiful and spirited when wearing red lipstick.

“I believe I have the perfect red lipstick for every woman”
Julie Hewett

 

Be careful of the power of the red lip, as some women may find it hard to live without it after wearing it…

 

“If I walk outside without lipstick, I feel naked!”
– Sofia Vergara

 

 

“All I need is my Chanel dress, my Louboutins, and some red lipstick.” – Blake Lively

 

 


julie hewett red lipstick on lips

“Beauty to me is about being comfortable in your own skin. That, or a kick-ass red lipstick”
– Gwyneth Paltrow

 

 

Red: the Most Enchanting Color

Oscar Wilde, enchanted by the red lips of a beautiful woman, once wrote “And her sweet red lips on these lips of mine / Burned like the ruby fire set / In the swinging lamp of a crimson shrine”

 

 

His prose fills the reader’s mind with extravagant visions of two lovers surrounded by the lushness of red. He saturates the image with color by reiterating red with the words “ruby” and “crimson,” you begin to wonder if it’s the woman he loves or just the color. Whether it’s the vibrancy of the hue or the actual act of wearing it on our lips, there is something about red lipstick that bewitches the opposite sex.

“She was the kind of girl who wore dark lipstick and didn’t need to speak a word to seduce you.”
– Stephen F. Campbell

 

 

Red Means Business.

 

But, let’s be honest, we’re not just wearing the color to ensure our date goes well or get the attention of a crush, red lipstick is also about determination in all parts of life, not just the sex life. This particular color of lip product is known to be worn by a woman that commands attention, and, as a recent poll found, red lipstick is perceived to be a statement of confidence and competency in the workplace.

The quotes below seem to back up the poll’s findings, by suggesting that red lipstick, may be one of the missing ingredients for any woman in need of empowerment.

“She has a way with words, red lipstick, and making an entrance.”
– Kate Spade

 

 

“Heels and red lipstick will put the God into people.”
– Dita Von Teese

 

 

Red Lipstick: Power in a Tube

Its ability to entice and empower are backed up by scientific and cultural proof. There are numerous quotes from icons and celebrities saying it inspires confidence and even happiness in a woman.

 

Fashion industry legend, CoCo Chanel was once quoted, “If you’re sad, add more lipstick and attack.”

She knew a great lip signified a happy, confident woman. The quotes below endorse her belief.

 

 

“Resolve to worry less and rock a red lip.”
– Mary Kay Ash

 

 

“Nothing says confidence and glamour like a classic red lip.”
– Bobbi Brown

 

 

We hope you enjoyed our favorite red lipstick quotes!

Be sure to view our signature collection of moisturizing, long lasting red lipsticks.

 

 

which red lipstick is best for you infographic

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Makeup Giveaway: Win the Noir Lipstick 6-Set! https://www.juliehewett.net/makeup-giveaway-win-noir-lipstick-6-set/ Thu, 14 Jul 2016 19:22:19 +0000 http://www.juliehewett.net/?p=5280   Congratulations to our Winner – Gina F. For everyone else, thank you so much for entering and giving love to Julie Hewett products! Shop everything on Julie Hewett with free shipping and 10% off! Use Coupon Code: julie10

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Why Do Women Wear Lipstick? https://www.juliehewett.net/women-wear-lipstick/ https://www.juliehewett.net/women-wear-lipstick/#comments Thu, 02 Jun 2016 19:58:12 +0000 http://www.juliehewett.net/?p=4900 Lipstick has a rich and colorful history. But why lipstick? Throughout history, women have always worn lipstick to make themselves more noticeable and attractive. Lipstick draws attention to the lips and makes them stand out. Lips are considered a sensual part of the body, and highlighting them can make women more attractive to the opposite

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Lipstick has a rich and colorful history. But why lipstick?

Throughout history, women have always worn lipstick to make themselves more noticeable and attractive. Lipstick draws attention to the lips and makes them stand out. Lips are considered a sensual part of the body, and highlighting them can make women more attractive to the opposite sex. Some women may wear lipstick to feel better about their appearance. Other women enjoy the ability to express their unique artistic style. Colors and ingredients have changed over the centuries, but the purpose for wearing lipstick remains the same: to express inner beauty with outer self. The wonderful thing about lipstick is the sheer variety and versatility in color and composition.

The first reported use of lipstick goes way back to 3500 B.C. when the queen of ancient Sumeria used white lead and crushed red rocks to color her lips. Men and women of Egypt used lipstick as a status symbol. Women in ancient Greece often wore red lipstick. The use of lipstick was even criticized by the Church in the middle ages, but trendsetters like Queen Elizabeth wore a mixture of cochineal, egg whites, gum Arabic and milk. Some people in past times believed lipstick had magical properties and could also prevent illness or death.

Lips shown in aubergine wine red Sin Noir lipstickAs the centuries went on, the use of lipstick became more common as women strove to look their best. Lipstick became a symbol of female emancipation in the early 1900s, bolstered by the endorsement of the suffragettes. The swivel tube, used today by the majority of lipstick brands, was invented in 1923 by James Bruce Mason, Jr.

Colors and lipstick materials continued to change as make-up became more common for women. By the 1970s, bright colored lipstick was a symbol of sexual and social rebellion. In the 1980s red was the “it” color. Super stars like Madonna were known for wearing red lipstick, and the public followed suit. In the 1990s, natural colors and ingredients became common. By the start of the 2000s, lipstick represented over $9.4 billion in sales for the cosmetic industry.

But why do women wear lipstick? As to why lipstick is perceived as attractive, there are several theories. One is that full lips are subconsciously connected to fertility and beauty. Actresses like Angelina Jolie and Lisa Rinna, who are known for their very full lips, are considered among the most beautiful women in the world. Others may say it is the passion for color, art, and independence via expression of self. For Julie Hewett, lipsticks are a focal part of her professional makeup career. When Julie does makeup for hollywood celebrities, she does the lips first!

Whatever the reason, conscious or subconscious, lipstick has been used throughout the ages to enhance and draw attention to lips, thus adding to a woman’s overall attractiveness and ability to express individuality. Julie Hewett is known throughout the world for her incredible line of the best lipstick. Shop today, and thank you for reading, we hope you enjoyed our blog!

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The Amazing History of Blush Makeup https://www.juliehewett.net/amazing-history-blush-makeup/ https://www.juliehewett.net/amazing-history-blush-makeup/#respond Mon, 23 May 2016 06:20:40 +0000 http://www.juliehewett.net/?p=4847 Blush has prevailed as a makeup necessity since ancient times. It was used by the ancient Egyptians, Greeks, Romans and more. Like all makeup, blush has evolved throughout the years. Gone are the days of smearing berries, fruits, and vegetables on cheeks. Now, blush is easily accessible in stores and online from places like our

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Blush has prevailed as a makeup necessity since ancient times. It was used by the ancient Egyptians, Greeks, Romans and more. Like all makeup, blush has evolved throughout the years. Gone are the days of smearing berries, fruits, and vegetables on cheeks. Now, blush is easily accessible in stores and online from places like our online cosmetics store, and it now comes in a wide variety of shades and types.

rosie cheekie Julie's version of cream cheek rouge

rosie cheekie is Julie’s version of cream cheek rouge

In ancient times, when blush first came to be, women had to be resourceful and make their own. Ancient Egyptians used ground ochre, Greeks used wild, crushed mulberries and alkanet root, Romans used red vermilion. During medieval times and the Elizabethan era, everyone wanted pale white skin with flushed cheeks. The flushed cheeks were created with strawberries and water. During these ancient times, blush was worn by both men and women.

During the 19th century, during Queen Victoria’s reign, makeup hit all time low. Queen Victoria disapproved of makeup, stating it was for prostitutes and actors. There was even a law passed allowing annulment of marriage if the bride wore makeup prior to marriage. Many women still wore blush in private, but it was looked down upon outside the home.

In the 20th century, French companies started producing makeup and the trend grew and became acceptable again. During the 1920 Flapper days, eyes were dark, lips red and cheeks stained with bright red blush. Only now, blush wasn’t made from whatever could be found in the wild. Cream blush, powder blush and liquid blush replaced the old, messy ways.

In the 1930’s, a more natural look was desired by many. Blush was applied over foundation and cheek contouring was becoming more popular. Blush was a lighter color than the dark red of the twenties and covered almost the entire cheek.

In the 1940’s, blush was referred to as rouge and was hard to find during the war. If it was available, it was sold in small, compact cardboard pots. However, due to the shortages as a result of the war, many women used lipstick as blush.

By the 1950’s, cosmetic products were becoming more and more available to housewives. Rosy cheeks were in and blush was applied to the apples of the cheeks. Blush was also used in light shades to highlight and touch up the eyebrows.

Blush is now a common staple in a woman’s cosmetic bag. There was a time when it did not look like blush, or any cosmetic, would be socially acceptable again. However, it prevailed and is now used to highlight our cheeks and complete our look. whether the look you are going for is modern, elegant, casual or natural, blush ties your look together.

If you’re looking for a silky pink flush blush, shop our Bud of Rose Blush today! Thanks for reading 🙂

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Contouring 101: Makeup Contouring Techniques https://www.juliehewett.net/contouring-101-makeup-contouring-techniques/ https://www.juliehewett.net/contouring-101-makeup-contouring-techniques/#comments Fri, 13 May 2016 19:05:44 +0000 http://www.juliehewett.net/?p=4799 Contouring has become one of the most popular makeup trends in the beauty industry. It has given women a sense of empowerment and self-confidence by accentuating their natural features. It is an easy technique that can change the entire face by simply sculpting and defining the facial structure. Contouring can give the perfect illusion of

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Contouring has become one of the most popular makeup trends in the beauty industry. It has given women a sense of empowerment and self-confidence by accentuating their natural features. It is an easy technique that can change the entire face by simply sculpting and defining the facial structure. Contouring can give the perfect illusion of a thinner face to a slimmer nose by emphasizing or straightening out facial features. Although many believe Kim K. began the contouring technique, let’s not forget where contouring began! The classic, old Hollywood actress Grace Kelly is one of the first women to use contouring in Hollywood films. She used two colored blushes, one on the apples of her cheeks and the darker tone on the hollows of her cheeks. The Princess of Monaco was a minimalist with her techniques using neutral tones as she achieved her own makeup looks.

 
Find the Perfect Products:
Find a bronzer that is two shades darker than your normal skin type for the perfect tone and texture. Ora Aphrodite Bronzer in the Julie Hewett Collection is the perfect warm golden-brown bronzer creating a finish with a hint of shimmer. Also keep in mind, using the proper brush will help with the final finish. In the Julie Hewett brush collection, the Perfect Powder & Blush Duster Brush is one of my personal favorites. It is a part of her cruelty free/vegan collection leaving a light and airy skin finish. It is the perfect brush to blend the warm-bronzer on the cheeks, temples, hairline and jawline.

 
Map It:
Find the hollows of your cheekbones. A few ways to figure out where they are is by finding the dip between your cheekbones, in many cases it can be found from the top of the ear to the corner of the mouth. You can also suck in your cheeks and find where the dip of your cheekbone is located. Then you want to apply the product on the temples of your forehead (if you have a larger forehead, apply product on the top of the hairline) Then apply product down the side of the jaw, a little bit on the chin and down the sides of the nose. When contouring, creams will result in a more dewy finish while powder will result in a matte finish. If you have oily skin, try to use powder products. If you have dry skin, try to use cream products, or if you have normal/combination of both and oily and dry use a bit of both creamy and powder products.

 
Highlight & Blush:
Once the face is sculpted, highlight any areas of the face you want to brighten using a foundation or a powder that is two shades lighter than your skin type. Apply underneath the eyes as a filled in “V” shape, on the bridge of the nose, the center of the forehead, cupids bow and underneath the contour of the cheekbone. Many people forget to add a blush on the apples of the cheek! This allows a more flushed, settle blended finish. In the Julie Hewett Collection, the Cheekie: Cheek & Lip Shine is universal for day and night makeup. Cheekie Posie and Destiny is a soft, creamy blush leaving the skin moisturized and radiant.

 
Blend It:
Blend! Blend! Blend! I can’t emphasize enough how important it is to really blend out contouring products. When using cream products, you can use a beauty blender in a patting motion to push the product into your skin. When using a blending brush, you really want to focus on blending the product on the cheekbones to avoid any harsh lines.

 

Shop the Aphrodite bronzer and brush kit:

aphrodite kit for contouring

 

Shop the Cheekie Trio:

cheekie trio for contouring

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