On the Thursday July 30th, 2015 epsidoe of "The View," Emmy Award-winning make-up artist Rebecca Borman uses Almay to show the co-hosts how to get flawless eyes. Rebecca gives tips on what brushes and Almay eye trios to use for smokey, natural and party eye looks.
This summer, Almay is taking the ultimate summer road trip, celebrating the American beauty look. A unique beauty bus is traveling nationwide to showcase the people, places and occasions that best exemplify the American spirit. For more information about Almay’s summer bus tour visit almay.com/simplyamerican
Below are some of Rebecca's tips:
The Smokey Eye:For a smoldering look. >Start with the eye before the rest of your face.
The Natural Eye: Stays fresh all day. Use eyeshadow as eye liner!
The Party Eye: Playful with a pop. Begin with the brightest color in your palette, then blend to your liking.
Almay Is Celebrating the True Spirit of American Beauty by Honoring the Women of the U.S. Military
Retired Military Officer Margaux Mange appeared on the Tuesday April 21st, 2015 episode of "The View." Margaux has served her country and in doing so was seriously injured by an IED that has resulted in years of medical testing and treatment. Despite these difficulties Margaux's spirit has remained bright and her determination to get healed prompted her to get fit enough to ski with the USO and with Prince Harry. Watch Margaux's interview with Nicolle Wallace and guest co-host Hannah Storm.
Almay Supports the Spirit of American Beauty with Margaux Mange|Retired Military Police Officer Margaux Mange overcame injuries to ski with the USO.|Margaux Mange has served her country and despite suffering injuries from an IED she has gone on to get treatment and Ski with the USO and Prince Harry. Jill Krakowski announces that Almay, which celebrates the spirit of American beauty, has partnered with the USO to support and thank women who serve our country like Margaux Mange.