Post image for Makeup Monday: Highlighting your Cheekbones

Highlighting your cheekbones can perform miracles to the structure of your face. Full face or a narrow face, this technique works for both! I went up to the studio and talked with our makeup artist to find out a quick and easy way to contour your cheekbones. Read more »

Jessica -Mar 27, 2012, 6:34AM
YES! I love when you guys most makeup tutorials! I buy all the products so I can look like a freepeople girl!
Claire -Mar 20, 2012, 7:26AM
So much fun! I never know how to frame my face with makeup, I love these Monday tips!

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Post image for Makeup Mondays: Shades of Red

As the weather gets warmer and the cold grey days float behind us our skin calls out to be bright. Lipstick can give a whole new cheery side to your face and give off a vibrancy that is captivating. Read more »

Anonymous -Jul 10, 2012, 1:16AM
Every skin tone is pretty Free People. Make sure to include all types. It is just not right if Free People does not. :(
-Mar 13, 2012, 1:29AM
I find with dark skin tones all reds especially ones with a blue undertone work great. The brighter the better. Try MAC in Ruby Woo

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Post image for Makeup Monday: Define your eyebrows

The other night I stayed over my sisters, and as girls do you play around with beauty regimes. I’m the type of girl who hates plucking my eyebrows – it hurts too much… I’d rather let them be. Read more »

Maddy -Apr 23, 2013, 3:58PM
why are you not supposed to pluck above the brow?, i wax the top and then pluck underneath, but i have very crazy and big eyebrows, i have little bits of black hair that fade into my forehead and inch from where my ACTUAL eye brow ends, it crazy
-Mar 06, 2012, 9:11AM
love all of these tips condidering i gave intense eyebrowls and amber hair! xo

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Post image for Makeup Monday’s: Get the Molly look

Last week we met up with one of our designers who just happens to be a natural expert at makeup tips – we’re not surprised as she’s always walking around with a lovely groomed face that it often inspires. Here we asked her how she would create a makeup look for Molly our Retro girl Read more »

Alex B. -Feb 27, 2012, 9:46PM
aaaaand im obsessed.
Lucy -Feb 27, 2012, 6:38PM
Im going to try this this weekend, looks fun and not too much!

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Spread the love, right down to your fingertips! Happy Valentine’s Day :) Read more »

kassia -Feb 20, 2012, 5:29PM
i just had some GOOD roast it was purf LOL
cheap sunglasses hut -Feb 14, 2012, 10:29PM

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Post image for Q&A with our Makeup Artist

Did you guys catch our live Q&A on twitter today with our makeup artist Deanna? It was so much fun and we got some really great tips – in case you missed it, here are some highlights :) Read more »

Katze -Jan 30, 2013, 5:42AM
You girls on here defending the super thin models of FP sound very young, naive and stupid! People have the right to say what they feel, and if you lost a daughter to anorexia, or witnessed young women starve themselves or put themselves down because they don't look like the bony models in FP, then you just don't know what you are talking about. I know all about the disease and yes, in my opinion, a lot of the models in FP resemble women I have counseled that have anorexia. For one, it began with staring at catalogs and wishing to look like these women from a very young age. Please do not flip this issue into an anorexia versus obesity debate, because both are very serious issues. No woman is suppose resemble a coat hanger, no matter what your profession is. Also added to my patient list is an ex professional model, whose name I cannot share. The damage to your bodies is permanent. The young woman you influence is permanent. All the pretty clothing in the world can not cover up the fact that most of my patients are damaged psychologically, physically, and some cannot ever have children. If I could give any of you advice, it would be to not be as naive as you seem and learn the many ways this disease takes a quiet place in so many of our young women's lives.
Linda R -May 29, 2012, 5:36PM
My sisters have always been skinny and have been called anorexic quite a few times, they just brush it off because they know they're not but it does bother them that people just assume they're anorexic without really knowing. They have been very thin since high school they're in their early 30's and both weight about 100 lbs each. One of them looks like the model except she has more boobs. They're very healthy women who do not limit themselves on what they eat They like their doctor said have a very fast metabolism. People need to really inform themselves about this condition before making assumptions.

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Post image for DIY By Request: Braid Tutorial

We posted a photo of this beautiful braided hair style on our instagram page and we got so many requests for a tutorial! One of our fp girls recreated the look for you in this video – enjoy :) Read more »

Emily -Mar 01, 2012, 5:31PM
the song is "For 12" by Other lives
Mmouse -Feb 18, 2012, 3:15PM
What is this song playing?

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Post image for Blogger Diary: Scrubbing Away Winter Blues

Well it’s definitely Winter. While I seem to hold up to the cold better than others (growing up in Syracuse, NY will teach anyone) my skin has been feeling the effects. Read more »

fp naomi -Jan 10, 2012, 9:31AM
Hey Rhonda, if you follow the link it will take you to Amazon where you can order it online. If you don't want to order it online, you can probably find it - or something similar - at any natural foods or skincare store. Just look for something with almond oil and vitamin E. Good luck! And Sara - yes, you can also make scrubs with epsom salts. Use the same ratio of 1/3cup oil to 1cup salts with 8-10drops of essential oil. I also like to grind the salts down a bit more if they're really chunky. I happened to already have brown sugar in the house and didn't feel like spending money for the salt which is why I used the sugar. Whichever you prefer - I think that they both work great!
mervelous -Jan 10, 2012, 7:31AM
Yay! Syracuse in the house! :-) Thanks Naomi! I will definitely make some of this.

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Post image for DIY Nail Art Tutorial by Free People

Here at Free People we’ve gone a little crazy for nail art lately… it’s such a fun way to add a pop of color or pattern to your look. Read more »

bridal invitations -Aug 02, 2014, 12:12AM
Greetings! This is my 1st comment here so I just wanted to give a quick shout oout and say I truly enjoly reading your posts. Can you suggest anyy other blogs/websites/forums that deal with the same subjects? Thans a ton!
Corsha -Sep 20, 2012, 9:41PM
Love the designs. Inspired to try something like this for myself! :)

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Post image for Braid Tutorial with Dennis Lanni and Noot Seear

I have a special treat for you today! The amazing Dennis Lanni, who has done the hair for a number of our catalogs (including May and July, pictured above), demonstrates how to do one of his favorite braid styles on model Noot Seear. Hope you like!

jenny -Jun 10, 2014, 1:12PM
I'm I the only one that's totally lost? When he "turns" or "twists" the braid around, is he simply turning it, or is he flipping it over and turning it. Help:(
Top10Terbaik -Dec 24, 2013, 6:35AM
this is perfect and its so beutiful. i wish i have long hair. :(

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Post image for Beauty Tips to Beat the Winter Blues

I am not a winter person – and neither is my hair or skin. I feel like this time of year, my lips are always chapped, my skin is extra dry and my hair is a static mess. Read more »

Natasha -Dec 18, 2011, 2:57PM
Great post! I have the same problem and to battle dry skin i use a cream, brown sugar and sea salt scrub. Super easy to make, just buy whipping cream (the more fat the batter, for once hehe) and mix it with equal parts sea salt and brown sugar so it the consistency of a pudding. Than hop in a hot bath and scrub with the mixture, all over. It's all natural, smells great, and leaves skin feeling velvety!
Angela -Dec 18, 2011, 1:19PM
a great way to exfoliate your lips is some brown sugar with some honey!

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Post image for Hair Tip: The Neon Trend Continues

I kinda flipped over this hairdo when I saw it on our website! It’s super easy to get the look too – just tie some neon twine or ribbon into your hair and braid away! When you get to the end of the braid, use the twine to wrap around your hair as a tie. Read more »

monica -Dec 08, 2011, 2:31PM
Ooooh! this is very summery and bohemian I like it! Have a look at my recent post on Holiday hair on my new blog:)

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