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HiQ Cosmetics facial serum is worth the $125 price tag

Would you pay $125 for a beauty product that comes in a bottle the size of a shot glass? I wouldn’t have pegged myself as the type, but after testing the new facial serum from HiQ Cosmetics, I handed over my credit card.

Introducing: The new Nars boutique and its summer makeup line

Today, cult favorite makeup brand Nars Cosmetics opens a standalone boutique in the Shops Buckhead Atlanta, debuting the brand’s colorful new summer collection on its shelves. Atlantans will be the first to rock the new summer products until they are released in its other boutiques and the brand’s website later this month.
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Makeup Artist: Stephen Moleski

Best known for his smoky eye look, Stephen Moleski has made up the faces of celebs like Kim Kardashian and Kim Zolciak.
50 Best Shops in Atlanta

Cosmetic Market

Known for beauty counter service with the selection of a mega-retailer
Zombies

How to do your zombie makeup for the Atlanta Zombie Pub Crawl

On July 25, the undead will fill the streets (and bar stools) during the annual Atlanta Zombie Pub Crawl. We asked crawl cofounder and special effects artist Luke Godfrey about how to get that “fresh from the crypt” look.

Little Five Points’ Beauty Maven sells hard-to-find cosmetic brands

Opened in December, Beauty Maven in Little Five Points is already a destination for hard-to-find cosmetic brands such as Klorane, Demeter, Sabon NYC, and cutting-edge Korean labels like Skinmiso and Klairs.

Buckhead’s Anisa International designs makeup brushes for beauty’s biggest names

If you wear makeup, there’s a good chance you’ve used products by local company Anisa International. Name doesn’t sound familiar? That’s because Anisa’s goods are sold under labels like Estée Lauder, Sephora, and MAC.

Dab on natural beauty products

HollyBeth is the only USDA-certified organic skincare company in Atlanta.

Eco beauty: 5 Atlanta spots to buy green cosmetics

The green cosmetics industry is booming, projected to top $13 billion globally by 2018. The Atlanta market is no exception, even though eco products tend to cost more and have a shorter shelf life.

As seen on TV: Meet the Atlanta stylists behind the screen

Last year, Georgia’s film and television industry drew in $3.3 billion, putting the city’s creatives in the spotlight—from costume designers to makeup mavens and hair stylists. Here are a few of the artists behind some of your favorite looks on the screen.

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