10 Best Beauty Instagrams Of The Week: Urban Decay Naked Heat & More!

The newest Urban Decay palette, Cara D's pixie crop, a Gisele throwback and more beauty news this week.?

You say hot mess like it's a bad thing. // : @hiddenharmonyworld #NakedHeat #UrbanDecay

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Urban Decay's iconic?Naked Palette'spawned a million copycat palettes so you know the new Naked palette is gooood.?The?Urban Decay Naked Heat Eyeshadow Palette?(?47.50)?contains no more neutrals but 12 of the dreamiest, warm and smouldering shades of red in shimmering and bronzy peaches, cranberries, burgundies and berries that will be suitable for all skin'tones and eye colours and could create an infinite amount of looks.?Available now in?Urban Decay?Grafton Street for €47.50.

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Pat McGrath Labs'may now be available in Ireland?but we want?LUST:?#MatteTrance?now.

Cara Delevingne's icy blonde pixie cut styles from her promo tour of her new movie?Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets are divine.

I ??waking up on a friday Whats your fav day?

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I too woke up like this.

Get Gigi Hadid's space age beauty look and learn how to wear grey lipstick without looking like the undead right here.

Make up Feels with @maybelline #bts

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Jourdan Dunn with the holographic eyeshadow of your mermaid dreams.

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#throwbackthursday Dona Florinda desde 1994

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As if we needed further proof that Gisele Bundchen is a vampire.

wash day.. (back story: I grew up with natural hair and got to middle school where I was already different and was one of the only black girls with "nappy hair" as everyone had a chemical relaxer. I wanted my hair to look like theirs so I begged my mom for a relaxer and all my hair fell out from it. In high school I decide to go natural and grew my hair long and healthy. I educated myself on natural hair and my hair was thriving. When I entered the modelling industry the braids and twists I protected my hair with weren't versatile enough for my job, so I tried weaves... Unfortunately, the hair I would leave out to cover my tracks went completely straight from all the heat damage from work, and then fell out. I was devastated. I worked so hard for the health of my hair. I sat down with my favourite hair stylist from Toronto and she introduced me to wigs as protective styling and Thank God she did. Sometimes in my career now I seem difficult when it comes to my natural hair, but most black girls will understand our hair is like a crown made of very delicate flowers that damage so very easily. I joke about naps because I know the struggle. This is 1 full year of hair growth. My goal is bra strap length, healthy hair.)

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Winnie Harlow gave her natural hair some self-love on Instagram this week, as she should. She hasn't always been that supportive of natural hair so this is a sweet transition.

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Adwoa Aboah is 'bout to be a contributing editor of British Vogue and we are excited to see all the changes coming under Edward Enninful.

#goodmorning 2C for me please #tea #yorkshiredecaf #breakfast with thanks for the photo to @salihughesbeauty

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Based on this tea-scale (except for 4D, 4D is definitely not tea and is frankly, offensive) posted by Sam McKnight, what teacup shade of foundation are you? In truth I'm a 3C but I bronzer myself to a good 2D.


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