Bobbi Periscope Q&A

Bobbi Periscope Q&A


 
Thanks to all our Pretty Powerful fans for tuning in to our first-ever live Bobbi Brown Periscope. I had a blast answering all of your beauty questions.  Missed the scope? Check out some of the highlights below and get a sneak peek at my makeup bag.  Next time I’ll take you through my makeup routine. Let me know what else… READ MORE

The Pretty Powerful Meryl Streep

The Pretty Powerful Meryl Streep


Every year, the best films and talent gather in Telluride for the town’s iconic film festival. This year, I had the special privilege of supporting one of my favorite actors, Meryl Streep, and her new movie, Suffragette, at Arroyo Wine Bar. I love this film because it… READ MORE

Remembering Yogi Berra

Remembering Yogi Berra


To the world, he was an icon. To me, he was a neighbor, a dad, a grandpa, a husband and a friend. He never cared who you were or what you did. He talked to everybody–the guys in the kitchen, the garbage men, the President.
Every year on Halloween… READ MORE

Inside the Greige Collection

Inside the Greige Collection


When it comes to creating makeup collections, I see inspiration everywhere. The idea for Fall’s Greige Collection happened while I was mixing paint for my home, in search of that illusive, perfect grey/beige (hence greige) shade. I love the color because it’s the perfect neutral that’s eternally classic and subtly… READ MORE

Back-to-School

Back-to-School


It’s been years since I’ve needed to go back-to-school shopping with my sons, but I still love the idea of prepping for FalI. Here’s my list of “back to school” essentials–perfect whether you’re hitting the books or not.
Celine Crossbody Trio
Easy and versatile, this little crossbody… READ MORE

Chloe’s Soft Serve Fruit

Chloe’s Soft Serve Fruit


While walking in Manhattan this summer, I stumbled across Chloe’s Soft Serve Fruit. I’d never heard of it, but I liked how simple the ingredients were: just fruit, water, and cane sugar. Once I tried their soft serve, I was hooked—it’s light, fresh and better than any fro-yo out… READ MORE

The “No Contouring” Contour

The “No Contouring” Contour


It’s no secret that I hate contouring. When I was starting out as a makeup artist in the 1980s, contouring was everywhere—makeup was all about changing your features, and it was really artificial. My interest in natural beauty, and celebrating—not altering—a woman’s features is… READ MORE

Makeup’s Big Weekend

Makeup’s Big Weekend


Last month, London hosted the annual International Makeup Artist Trade Show (IMATS, to those in the know). Whether you’re an aspiring makeup artist or industry pro, this event is heaven—endless demonstrations from the best of the best and tons of new products… READ MORE

Summer Spreads

Summer Spreads


What’s better than summer cooking? Everything is simple, really fresh and super-healthy. Take a look at some my favorite meals, courtesy of my husband Steven and oldest son Dylan.
XO,
Bobbi


Steven’s Steamed Clams
3 cloves fresh garlic, minced
1/2 cup… READ MORE

Where To Eat in NYC

Where To Eat in NYC


Food is a big part of our family get togethers. We cook a ton but also meet for dinner last minute usually in NYC. We sometimes try new restaurants but often we choose from a list of our go-to’s.
Here are some of our faves:


Santina (Meatpacking)
A fantastic new Coastal Italian place with… READ MORE

The Perfect Clambake

The Perfect Clambake


Summers are about hanging out with friends and family, relaxing and sharing a great meal. I’m very fortunate that the men in my life are such great chefs—my oldest son Dylan and my nephew Jeremy planned, shopped for and cooked this iconic but cool feast. The… READ MORE

Strobing: Highlight the Positive

Strobing: Highlight the Positive


If you’ve scrolled through Twitter, tapped on Instagram or checked your Facebook feed lately, you may have seen the word “strobing” somewhere along the way. Not exclusively for the dance floor, this eye-catching phrase refers to the latest trend in beauty­–highlighting taken to the next… READ MORE