Style Setters: Beauty Influencers
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By Glam Editors September 20, 2012
Eva Chen took her role as Teen Vogue's Beauty Director beyond the pages of the magazine and into the social stratosphere. As one of the most important beauty voices on Twitter, Instagram, and Tumblr, Chen can make even the most attainable products seem aspirational. Though she is reportedly no longer with the glossy, @evachen212's profile continues its meteoric rise. Click here to read more about Eva!
As Global Director of Education for Stila Cosmetics, Sarah Lucerno has trained many of the industry's rising stars. She makes backstage beauty seem attainable and is a go-to resource for journalists looking to stay on top of the trends. Though her celebrity clientele includes Victoria Beckham, Katherine Heigl, Brooke Shields, Olivia Wilde, and Kerry Washington, she remains delightfully down to earth. Click here to read more about Sarah.
Heather Park has been elevating beauty brands for over a decade with her publicity prowess. After stints at MAC, Revlon, and Mario Badescu, Park is now the Director of Digital Media at NARS Cosmetics where she has propelled the brand's makeup and skincare products forward. Click here to read more about Heather.
Few blogs wield the same type of beauty influence as Patrice Grell Yursik's Afrobella. As one of the most informative and focused sites on the web, Afrobella has become a trusted resource and friend for women with natural hair. Her poignant posts and Tweets on the issues that effect us all, make Yursik one to follow on all fronts. Click here to read more about Patrice.
As The Cut's first beauty editor, Christina Han is moving the site in a more beautiful direction. Her witty coverage of industry news and trends make her posts a daily must-read. Click here to read more about Christina.
Vogue's Beauty Director has transformed beauty editorial into an intellectual pursuit. Her smart articles and ability to stay ahead of the trends make Sarah Brown a venerably brainy beauty guru.
As an alum of Vogue and Teen Vogue, Emily Weiss certainly has a polished pedigree. Her site, Into The Gloss, chronicles the daily beauty routines and cosmetic choices of the ultimate industry insiders. Her ability to bring the concept of personal style into the world of beauty makes her a visionary in her own right. Click here to read more about Emily.
There's more than one important Gucci in the world of fashion and cosmetics. Backstage beauty fanatics look to Westman, who is Revlon's Global Artistic Director, to find out what's next. For Spring 2013, she created the faces at shows like J.Mendel and Rag & Bone, where her husband David Neville is one haf of the design team.
The runways of the world are a far more beautiful place thanks to the creative vision of Pat McGrath. Designers rely on her to create the looks and the face charts that compliment their aesthetics. As P&G's Global Creative Design Director, McGrath is synonymous with makeup.
He's touched the the locks of some of the world's most beautiful women. From Gisele Bundchen to Sarah Jessica Parker, Harry Josh has styled them all. As John Frieda's resident hair expert, Josh sets the trends when it comes to tresses.