Beauty Buzz: Beyonce’s Makeup Maestro Love L’Oréal, Rodial Crafts in Color, and Jared Leto Pumps Up His Joker Pout


Sir John has helped Beyoncé stay #flawless (sorry, we couldn’t help ourselves) for her Mrs. Carter and On the Run tours, and now the makeup maestros has linked up with her signature beauty brand, L’Oréal. It’s huge for Sir John, who was mentored by the legendary Pat McGrath before he met Queen B at Tom Ford’s runway show in 2011. “I’m thrilled to be working with L’Oreal Paris—it’s a humbling experience,” he said.. “It’s a brand I have admired for years, dating back well before my career as a makeup artist even began. I will wear my new title with pride, and aim to inspire as many women as possible.” [InStyle]

Rodial has been a British beauty staple for years, but the brand is breaking new ground in color cosmetics from the view of the consumer. The line will include easy-to-apply makeup musts like eye sculpting cream, a luminescent highlighter, and a hyaluronic acid cheek tint, priced between $21 and $57. The range will hit Bluemercury shelves exclusively in June – we’re already counting down the days! [WWD]

Jared Leto has jumped head first (literally) into his latest role as The Joker for Suicide Squad. After showing off his freshly dyed green strands last week, he completed the look with a little lipstick and bleached brows. If we see a snap of his in full costume at the end of the month, our inner fangirl may just keel over. [Pop Sugar]

Everyone wants the high-gloss finish of a gel manicure, but no one wants to sit through the UV-infused process. Essie has a new solution ensure your mani lasts with its new Gel-Setter top coat that will hit shelves in May. The wonderful thing about the new nail necessity is that it’s a thicker formula that gives nail that cushiony look of a gel regardless of the type of nail color applied – no light needed. [The Huffington Post]

Laura Geller’s Baked collection is opting for a different consistency with its first ever liquid foundation that uses the brand’s signature process to even tone with full coverage and a long-lasting finish. After wrapping loose pigments in Almond Oil, the pigments bake on terracotta tiles for 12 house and is then jet-milled and mixed with botanical oils, vitamins, and 40% water for a light texture and weightless feel. Talk about fresh faced! [Glam Inbox]