The Makeup Show LA Is Almost Here!

This weekend, The Makeup Show LA takes place at the California Market Center in the heart of Los Angeles!  On Saturday 3/1 from 9-6 and Sunday 3/2 from 9-5, the California Market Center will be an epicenter for artistry, networking, community, inspiration and education in the world of beauty.  Large enough to attract over 75 premier brands yet intimate enough to enable personal interaction with brand executives and CEOs, The Makeup Show is a must for beauty lovers on the West Coast!

For tickets to the event, click HERE.

Above: Artwork by Kevyn Aucoin.
Additionally, TMS has teamed up with the legend that is Kevyn Aucoin to showcase never-before-seen pieces at the The Makeup Show Icon Gallery including personal images of Kevyn Aucoin and his clients, Kevyn Aucoin lashes (labeled for each of his clients) and artwork by Aucoin himself.  

Above: Images from the Kevyn Aucoin collection.

Finally, The Makeup Show LA will feature the launch of new beauty products happening exclusively at the show!  Here is a partial list of the products to debut during the weekend:

  • NARS will be launching their new Instant Line and Pore Perfector, Matte Multiple and Artistry Brush Collection.
  • Make Up For Ever will be premiering HD Blush and HD Pressed Powder.
  • Pinnacle Cosmetics will be introducing Sheer Glo Illuminating Lotion.
  • Kett will be launching Creme Correctors at the Muse Beauty booth.
  • Georgeous Cosmetics will be launching their BB and CC Cream line to the USA.
  • Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics will showcase their latest collection of Lip Tars in six new shades that are sure to sell out.
  • TEMPTU Pro will be introducing an innovative new TEMPTU Pro SP-40 Airbrush Gun.
  • Senna Cosmetics will be premiering their new Blush Contour Cream to Powder Kit in addition to Lasting Illusion Satin Matte Foundation.

Exhibitor’s List: 

Above: The current floor plan for The Makeup Show LA…click to enlarge.

Bottom Line: I will be attending The Makeup Show LA and can’t wait to thoroughly cover this lush landscape of beauty for the blog.  I wholeheartedly encourage you to attend…please let me know if you plan to go; it would be lovely to see you there!


–The Beauty Professor

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Comments (8)

  • Anonymous Reply

    Would you happen to know if this is an industry-only event?

    February 24, 2014 at 2:09 am
    • The Beauty Professor Reply

      It is open to the public (tickets can be purchased both online in advance and at the door) but you can expect to interact with plenty of beauty industry luminaries as well as beauty loving attendees ; )


      –The Beauty Professor

      February 24, 2014 at 6:09 am
  • Unknown Reply

    Another great event! Can't wait to see all the pics!

    February 24, 2014 at 7:03 am
    • The Beauty Professor Reply

      Thanks, Erin…full coverage of everything next week ; )


      –The Beauty Professor

      February 24, 2014 at 5:15 pm
  • BeautyByKrystal Reply

    I'll be there too! 🙂 Can't wait to see you again! oxo

    February 24, 2014 at 4:29 pm
    • The Beauty Professor Reply

      Awesome, Krystal…can't wait to see you again, too!!


      –The Beauty Professor

      February 24, 2014 at 5:15 pm
  • MG Reply

    Thanks for the update on your rotation! I love reading about new products you're discovering. What are your thoughts on the Ellis Faas Creamy eyes? I love the idea that it's shimmer-free, and I'm looking for a natural taupe or light beige colour cream eyeshadow that doesn't crease. But most cream eye shadows crease heavily on me. And how would you compare it to your beloved By Terry Ombre Blackstar?

    February 26, 2014 at 3:59 pm
    • The Beauty Professor Reply

      Hello MG!

      It was my pleasure…thanks for watching ; ) Ah…I think the Ellis Faas Creamy Eyes could be for you. In fact, when I said that they were shimmer-free on my video, you instantly popped into my mind! The #108 could be the light beige you are looking for. I apply on bare lids (no primer) and after a few seconds to let it set, it does not budge nor crease. Truly, it surprised me because the formula doesn't really make any bold claims in this area. It is a bit thicker in texture than the By Terry Ombre Blackstar but not heavy or uncomfortable and, of course, it lacks the shimmer factor. Applied from the brush and then blended with a separate blending brush gave me great, even results. I simply love it and recommend trying a light shade (like #108) to start…I have good feelings about this!


      –The Beauty Professor

      February 27, 2014 at 12:52 am

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