Monday, June 9, 2008

TEMPTU Sets Fall Trends with Airbrush Makeup and Temporary Tattoos at New York Fashion Week

TEMPTU Sets Fall Trends with Airbrush Makeup and Temporary Tattoos at New York Fashion Week

As seen at Lorick, Caroline Seikaly, Alex Casertano and Charlotte Ronson.

New York, NY (PRWEB) March 1, 2010

TEMPTU, the leader in professional makeup, was setting beauty trends for fall at New York Fashion Week’s Fall 2010 Collections backstage, on and off the runway. Makeup included airbrushed beauty and temporary tattoos as seen at Lorick, Caroline Seikaly, Alex Casertano and Charlotte Ronson.

Fall Trends

Fresh, Flawless Skin – Talia Shobrook, TEMPTU Key Makeup Artist for the Caroline Seikaly and Alex Casertano Fall Fashion Shows, used the TEMPTU AIRbrush Makeup System to create flawless, beautiful skin. “Healthy, glowing skin is a key trend this year and it’s not going away this fall, and the best way to achieve the look is through Temptu airbrush makeup. The most important part of your beauty regimen is beautiful skin to go gracefully from day to night, from work to special occasion.” To get the look at both shows, Shobrook used the TEMPTU AIRbrush Makeup System and AIR pod foundations. Off the runway 90210’s Annalynne McCord dropped by the Nintendo suite to get airbrushed by TEMPTU to arrive fresh-faced and dewy at the tents.

Blush, Blush, Blush – Talia Shobrook at Caroline Seikaly layered two colors - TEMPTU AIR pod in Sheer Berry and Washed Rose to create a romantic red carpet look. While across town Cory Bishop, TEMPTU Key Makeup Artist for the Lorick Collection, used TEMPTU AIR pod in Sheer Berry and played with placement by airbrushing blush high on the cheekbones and under the eyes for a dramatic, doll-like flush. “Blush is coming back for Fall and it’s playful and fresh -- don’t be afraid of color,” says Bishop.

Temporary Tattoos – Off the runway, TEMPTU collaborated with Charlotte Ronson for her collection by creating a limited edition tattoo that read “Life is her drug” -- a testament to the full-time traveling bohemian she sent down the runway earlier that day.

About Temptu
Temptu is the leading authority in airbrush makeup, advanced beauty technologies, makeup applications and formulas, dedicated to creating the highest quality cosmetics and innovative beauty solutions. Founded in 1981, the Temptu Pro division is a destination for makeup professionals and is available in 50 countries and territories around the world through specialty retailers. The Temptu consumer division, created in 2009, is a destination for individuals seeking professional quality cosmetics for everyday use and is sold exclusively through Sephora and QVC. Temptu products have been seen on the stars of film, television, and fashion, including The Stepford Wives, Desperate Housewives, and Ugly Betty, and used behind the scenes for Christian Dior, Max Azria, Reem Acra, and Italian Vogue, W and Harper’s Bazaar. For more information, visit http://www. temptu. com (http://www. temptu. com) and http://www. temptupro. com (http://www. temptupro. com).


King Brothers Rally for Justice Scheduled in Pensacola “Caravan of Hope” descends upon Pensacola Rally Seeking Justice

King Brothers Rally for Justice Scheduled in Pensacola “Caravan of Hope” descends upon Pensacola Rally Seeking Justice.

Justice for Alex and Derek King - A rally is scheduled for 9:00 a. m. through 1:00 p. m. on October 17, in Pensacola at the front entrance of the M. C. Blanchard Judicial Building. The rally is to show support of Justice for all America's children. The Rev. Thomas Masters and others will be speaking during the rally and attend to show support for Alex and Derek.

(PRWEB) October 15, 2002

Pensacola, FL, October 13, 2002 — Alex and Derek King remain incarcerated at the Escambia County Jail while lawyers prepare to argue their case. On Thursday, October 17 at 1:00 p. m. James R. Stokes and Sharon Potter, attorneys for Alex and Derek King, will present a motion for a new trial of their second degree murder conviction to Judge Frank Bell.

A rally is scheduled to take place before the 1:00 p. m. hearing on October 17 starting at 9:00 a. m. Rev. Thomas Masters and authors, Kathryn Medico and Mollye Barrows will be attending the rally to show their support for Alex and Derek. Rev. Masters has formed a new advocacy group spawned by this case called “Under Our Wing”, dedicated to fight the persecuting of children as adults.

Concerned citizens and individuals from around the world remain focused in their efforts to seek reform in the Florida judicial system. A “Caravan of Hope” starting in Arizona, will travel eastward through Missouri and North Carolina gaining force as they assimilate more supporters in the trail of vehicles as they descend on Pensacola for the October 17 rally.

Jury members from the King Brothers trial have stated on national television that they were convinced the boys did not kill their father. The jurors stated that their decision of second-degree murder was based on incomplete information presented in court. They found the boys guilty for unlocking a door of their home allowing the murderer to enter. They also expressed their disdain with Judge BellÂ’s decision to seal the verdict of Ricky ChavisÂ’ murder trial from the previous week until the King BrotherÂ’s trial was over. The jurors said that they assumed Chavis was found guilty in the previous trial; otherwise, their decision to convict the King Brothers would not have been the same.

If the motion for retrial is rejected, sentencing has been set for December 4. Alex and Derek are facing 22 years to life for what the court says was their part in the murder of their father.

DonÂ’t let FloridaÂ’s legal system fail Alex and Derek. Starting with one voice, laws can be changed. Show your support by attending the rally for Alex and Derek before the hearing for a new trial. Attend the rally and stay for the hearing at 1:00 p. m. in Pensacola.

Rally Date: Thursday, Oct. 17, 2002

Time:  9:00 a. m. to 1:00 p. m.

Location: In front of the M. C. Blanchard Judicial Building

190 Government Street

Pensacola, Florida

Additional ways to show support for Alex and Derek are to sign the online petitions for Governor Bush and Judge Bell requesting justice for the King Brothers at:

Http://www. petitiononline. com/Kingboys/ (http://www. petitiononline. com/Kingboys/) and

Http://www. e-thepeople. org/a-national/petition/3642/view (http://www. e-thepeople. org/a-national/petition/3642/view).

Defense donations are being accepted for Alex and Derek at the Bank of Pensacola. Please make checks payable to Bank of Pensacola, Alex and Derek King, Account #050016, Attn: Alicia Steele, P. O. Box 12966, Pensacola, FL 32591. You can also visit the King Brothers store at: www. cafepress. com/kingbrothers (http://www. cafepress. com/kingbrothers).

Support groups for Alex and Derek began almost immediately on Internet chat groups and bulletin boards that evolved into a worldwide coalition. Its main goal is to bring justice to the King Brothers and a sense of what is right and proper back to the people of Florida and the country. The coalition involvement has resulted in a massive number of e-mails, and letters to the governor, legislators, and judges to protest this injustice. This coalition will not stop until justice is reached in the King Brothers case and Alex and Derek receive a fair trial.

For more information, visit www. derekandalexking. org or http://home. triad. rr. com/seekjustice/ (http://home. triad. rr. com/seekjustice/).


Media Contact:

Mary Schelich at 949-574-4186 or marys@derekandalexking. org