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Tracie Rosales has always loved fashion and make-up. After graduating from college, Tracie went to National Makeup Academy, and then to M.A.C. school. After moving to Northern Virginia with her husband, she decided to start her own company “Makeup Artistry by Tracie”.

In the four years that Makeup Artistry by Tracie has been a company, it has been honored with several awards and milestones. In 2007, The Washington Mystics (WNBA) invited Tracie to participate in events and do the girls' makeup, which she does every year. In 2008, MABT was invited to the White House’s staff appreciation day, to speak about skin care and makeup. MABT was also honored by winning the 2008 Home Based Business of the Year. In 2009 Makeup Artistry by Tracie was featured in Northern Virginia Magazine as Best Makeup Application. Tracie volunteers for charities such as The Loudoun Small Business Development Center, Arthritis Foundation, Nationals Incorporated Pageants, Active Girlz, and The Soldiers Angels Foundation.

Lancome Show By Lanvin Fashion Designer Alber Elbaz

The announcement was made in January that Fashion designer Alber Elbaz would be collaborating on a limited-edition makeup line with Lancome.  The buzz in the Fashion and beauty world around this pairing and how would Elbaz’s unique contemporary style lend to the packaging and design.  Elbaz a fashion icon working at iconic Fashion Houses such as Yves Saint Laurent and others. Wait no more, the collection is out in stores and ready for the world to see.  Lancome The Show has arrived.

The nine piece makeup collection includes iconic mascaras, false lashes and “must have” palettes.  An animated video of a pop up book that goes thru Elbaz’s inspiration and creation of the product line.  This viral video and the take over of the Lancome website is just one way that the cosmetic giant is showcasing the collaboration.  “Eyes are the new fashion accessory. People are obsessed with eye makeup. It’s the most complicated, and it’s the one thing that really can transform you the most”, stated Elbarz in an interview with WWD.

(Photo Credit: Lancome)

(Photo Credit: Lancome)

Lancome Show Mascara: $29 each

Hypnose Doll Lashes Mascara: Black The first “doll lashes” effect mascara, for broader, longer and lifted eyes.  Draped in a red heart dress the packaging gives the innocence that is intended with this product.

Hypnose Star Mascara: Noir  A tribute to the glamour of the silver screen, it is used to define stunning Hollywood eyes.  The “star” studded ensemble in electric blue makes it look like a studio goddess.  A star is born with Hypnose Star.

Hypnose Drama Mascara: Black  The mascara for intense eyes, the brush designed to coat and seperate each lash to achieve the drama in volume.  Swathed in its flamenco-style dress with bright pink polka dot dress, it embodies self-assurance, passionate femininity.

Definicils Mascara: Extra Black  For the longest perfectly defined lashes, this is the mascara for major definition.  Definicils is dressed as the bride, dressing it in eyes.  Eyes are the theme of the entire collection and this is the artwork that began it all.

(Photo Credit: Lancome)

(Photo Credit: Lancome)

Lancome Show It Accessories – Palette: $51 each

The all-in-one palette’s each have 5 shades, an allover color, lid color, crease color, highlighter and liner.

Definicils ‘It Accessories': Mint Jolie

Hypnose Star ‘It Accessories': Midnight Rush

Hypnose Drama ‘It Accessories': Taupe Craze

Hypnose Doll Lashes ‘It Accessories': Rose Coquette 


Lancome Show – False Lashes: $35

(Photo Credit: Lancome)

(Photo Credit: Lancome)

Designed to be chic for everyday use and glamourous for adding drama to your look.  Adhesive is included with each pair.  The box packaging features every woman the show represents.

Lancome Show by Alber Elbaz line can be founded where Lancome products are sold in stores or online.  It is a limited edition line, so once it is sold out it will be gone.  Don’t hesitate if you think there is something that could be added to your beauty bag.

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