MAC’s Vampy New Collection + More News

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Fall is just around the corner, and we’ve got vampy jewel tones on our minds. Enter MAC Vamplify, a collection of super-pigmented glosses that leave a patent-polish shine behind. The glosses are available online on August 26, but in the meantime, feel free to feast your eyes and pick out your faves here. [MAC]

Kristen Stewart has been killing it in the beauty department lately, and her negative-space manicure at the American Ultra premiere is no exception. Manicurist Ashlie Johnson stuck a crescent-shaped cutout at the bottom of Stewart’s nail, then swiped on Chanel Le Vernis ($27) in Secret to cover the remaining portion. [InStyle]

There’s a grown-up way to wear pink—and it involves putting it on your eyelids. Makeup.com uses Urban Decay’s Eyeshadow ($29) in Woodstock for a chic, modern flush. [Makeup.com]

Going nude on the red carpet is totally trending—at least, in the beauty department. The latest reiteration of the barely-there trend involves nude lips and a statement eye—just look at Shay Mitchell, Gabrielle Union, and others for proof. [Huffington Post]

If you’ve ever wished for a magical patch you could slap on lone zits to clear them up overnight, your wish has been granted. Supposedly, a Korean product called CosRx Acne Pimple Master Patch ($5) works as a spot treatment, with encouraging results. [PureWow]

Everyone sweats—some more than others, though. If you’re an excessive sweater and the summertime heat has got you down, try one of these means to an end: Botox, Miradry (or what we’re calling “microwaving your armpits”), Drysol, or Drionic. Botox temporarily blocks the signals to receptors within your sweat glands, Miradry uses heat energy to zap and destroy sweat glands, Drysol is a prescription anti-perspirant, and Drionic is a device that uses very low electric currents to “shut off” your sweat glands. Options, options… [SheFinds]

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