A Day In The Life Of Jewelry Designer Jennifer Fisher

  Bella Breakdown Katie Couric talks with the jewelry designer Jennifer Fisher, an iconic jewelry designer. The New York based designer started out with one simple pendent that became hugely popular at the onset of her career. The charm that started it all was inspired by the birth of her son, Shane. At the time, she was struggling with a tumor on her chest wall, and doctors did not expect her to be able to conceive or bear a healthy child with her these complications. But Shane was born a strong, healthy child, and Jennifer beat her cancer with...

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How To Do A Braided High-Bun

Bella Breakdown High buns are a super cute way to recover from a bad hair day, and adding a couple braids makes it even better! 1. Part the hair down the middle with a comb and hold it in place with clips. 2. French braid one section, starting at the nape of the neck and working up towards the crown. 3. Secure with an elastic. 4. Repeat steps two and three on the other section of hair. 5. Pull any remaining unbraided hair at the crown of the head into two pigtails and secure with an...

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How To Play With Bold Blue Negative Space Liner

Who says liner has to be boring? Spice up your liner game with this bold space liner! 1. Apply eyelid primer and blend with a cotton swab. 2. Apply blue eyeliner pencil along the top lash line and make a wing. 3. Apply blue eyeliner pencil to the upper eyelid crease. 4. Curl eyelashes and apply mascara. 5. Apply pink lipstick. 6. Finish with lip...

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Runway Eyeliner Is Simpler Than You Think

Bella Breakdown Take this cat-eye to a whole other level. To get this look: 1 Begin by lining the upper eyelid with a black eyeliner along the lash line 2 Extend the line out to make it like a cat eye 3 Continue by using the same liner underneath the lower lash line also 4 Make another line with the black eyeliner at the brow bone base, extending the line all the way to the end of your eye 5 Complete this gorgeous look with a coat of black mascara...

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Gradient Under Eye Makeup

Bella Breakdown Three colors to rule them all. To perfect this look: Begin by using a thin black eyeliner under the eye, right along the under eyelid. Next, do a smudged line of orange under one third of the eye, then do a light blue with the next third. Finally, do a bright yellow for the last third of the under eye. Follow the same pattern with the same three colors of mascara to really make this look...

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