5 Awesome Fashion & Beauty Jobs Only Science Buffs Can Get

Have you ever wondered how your beauty products are developed? Or about the different fabrics that are hanging in your closet? Would you believe me if I told you that all beauty products and fabrics are created by scientists? I know, crazy right? But, it’s true. We wouldn’t have any of these things without super cool women working in labs all over the world. If you’ve ever thought about a career in fashion or beauty you need to get into science! Here are five awesome jobs you didn’t know you could have in the fashion and beauty industry if you love science.  

Kylie Jenner's Lip Color



Kylie  Jenner may only be 16 years old but she’s already mastering the skill of makeup. Despite tabloid rumors of any lip enhancements, any makeup artist can tell you that it’s just a simple trick of any overdrawn lip. Getting a pout like Kylie’s is simple and it only takes a few steps.

1. Prime and Conceal
By applying a thin layer of concealer to your lips, you’ll not only conceal your natural lip colour so that the pigment of your lipstick is stronger, you’ll also conceal your lip line which is key when overdrawing the lip.


2. Line
Using a lip pencil a shade darker than your lip colour, overdraw just above your natural line, then lightly fill in your entire lip to avoid that dreaded 90′s lip liner look. (Pictured: Urban Decay’s lip liner in ‘Naked’, $24)


3. Final Touch? Colour!
The last step is to apply your lipstick in a similar shade as your lip liner. (Pictured: Urban Decay’s lipstick in ‘Naked’ $26)

By: Melanie Kerr, Managing Editor, @MelanieKerr_

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Inspiration from Brilliant Women ( )


“I believe in pink. I believe that laughing is the best calorie burner. I believe in kissing, kissing a lot. I believe in being strong when everything seems to be going wrong. I believe that happy girls are the prettiest girls. I believe that tomorrow is another day and I believe in miracles.” 
― Audrey Hepburn

Another [scene] that really, really affected me was the scene with Oliver (Conrad Ricamora) where he tells me that he tested HIV Positive. I’ve had friends that have tested positive, and I’ve been in waiting rooms with friends getting tests and that’s very scary. And again, a real thing that people go through, so yeah, that for me was a tough day and I think that Conrad did such a beautiful job of playing that truthfully.