Beauty events during Fashion's Night Out in New York

Here is a selection of the must-see beauty events during Fashion's Night Out on September 8.

Bare Escentuals stores
6pm-9pm

Call your closest boutique to make a reservation for a free makeover. Plus: be the first to score the six-piece Drop Red Gorgeous before it launches in October and take home a free limited-edition tote bag with any $50 Bare Escentuals purchase.
http://www.bareescentuals.com


Chanel

15 East 57th Street
6pm-11pm

Be the first to get your hands on the newest Chanel nail color collection, Les Jeans de Chanel, created exclusively for Fashion's Night Out by Peter Philips, creative director of Chanel makeup. Stop by for a complimentary mini manicure featuring these hues.
http://www.chanel.com


Diptyque

971 Madison Avenue New York NY 10021
6pm-8pm

The Diptyque boutique invites you to its champagne and macaron party. You will be asked to find a special Diptyque item and take a photo of it for a chance to receive perfumes or candles as prizes.
http://www.diptyqueparis.fr


Essie

Bleecker Street & West 11th Street
6pm-10pm

Teen Vogue will take over the boutique and invite girls to come out for a Fashion's Night Out block party that will include free manicures from Essie. The brand's manicurist Elle Gerstein will also be on hand to talk all things nails with the girls and dish on her celebrity clients' favorite nail looks.
http://www.essie.com


Frederic Fekkai

712 Fifth Avenue Fourth Floor
6pm-7pm

The haircare brand will help you get ready for a big night out on the town: its beauty packages include a blowout, makeup application and polish change for $75, or a Swarvoski bejeweled manicure starting at $54.
http://www.fekkai.com


Kiehl's

109 Third Avenue
6pm-11pm

The beauty brand is staging a "Karaoke Karnival" with complimentary food and beverages and celebrity performances.
http://www.kiehls.com


La Mer Counter at Bloomingdale's and Saks Fifth Avenue

6pm-11pm

La Mer will launch a new iPad app on the occasion, with experts allowing visitors to experience the app that features a wish list, video footage, and the option to browse products in English, Spanish, French, Chinese and Japanese. Stop by to complete a skin diagnostic tool to learn more about the moisturizer best suited for your skin’s needs.
http://www.cremedelamer.com


Lancôme at Macy's Herald Square, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Sephora

6pm-8pm

Spokesmodel Arlenis Sosa will be directing customer makeovers given by Macy's makeup artists.
http://www.lancome.com


Make Up For Ever Boutique at Sephora

555 Broadway
6pm-11pm

Make Up For Ever will give you the chance to create your own custom lashes at their “Lash Lounge." Choose your favorite lash style, which can be customized by adding different elements like bows, feathers, beads, colors, and glitter. For those in need of a little inspiration, Make Up For Ever is also creating an official Fashion’s Night Out-inspired lash that will be available for purchase. After perfecting your lashes, artists will be available for lessons on how to apply faux lashes like a pro, so you can either wear them out or take them with you to apply at home.
http://www.makeupforever.com


Maybelline New York

Gansevoort Plaza – Little West 12th Street at 9th Avenue
6pm-11pm

Makeup artists will provide free makeovers (post makeover, guests can have their pictures taken and upload them directly to social networking sites), and in honor of Great Lash Mascara’s 40th birthday, guests will receive a free tube of the product while supplies last. Plus: the first 300 guests to arrive will receive a limited edition Great Lash T-shirt designed by Patricia Field.
http://www.maybelline.com


MAC Cosmetics

109 Spring Street
8pm-10pm

Kick off the night at MAC’s Soho store starting with the soaring vocals of Beth Ditto, while you enjoy backstage makeup touchups from a MAC artist.
http://www.maccosmetics.com


Nails Inc

597 Fifth Avenue
6pm-11pm

The brand will be launching a bespoke Fashion Night Out nail polish in 15 Sephora stores in Manhattan.
http://www.nailsinc.com


Nars Cosmetics

413 Bleecker Street
7pm-9pm

Nars will host a special evening with founder and creative director François Nars and launch Silver Odyssey, a coupling of two exclusive products created in honor of Fashion’s Night Out.
http://www.narscosmetics.com


Revlon

237 Park Avenue
6pm-11pm

Fashion’s Night Pout is back - this limited-edition nude lipstick shade, created by celebrity makeup artist and Revlon Global Artistic Director Gucci Westman, will be available for a limited time and while supplies last during Fashion’s Night Out.
http://www.revlon.com


Sephora

6pm-11pm

At 130 West 34th Street: Learn TEMPTU tricks from Joey Maalouf, celebrity makeup artist from The Rachel Zoe Project, get nail tips from Thea Green, founder of Nails Inc., and try their unique polishes at the Sephora Nail Bar, and meet Dr. Robb Akridge, co-founder of Clarisonic.

At 200 West 42nd Street: Meet actress Kristin Bauer, chat with Ouidad, the “Queen of Curl,” get styled and have your photo taken by Caudalie founders Mathilde and Thomas, enjoy a musical performance by Kat Von D and Linda Perry, and explore new and exclusive body art designs with Urban Decay’s Wende Zomnir.

At 10 Columbus Circle: Wear this season’s bold lip from Buxom and bareMinerals, find out how to get glowing skin with St. Tropez tanning experts, meet Peter Thomas Roth and receive a custom portrait drawn using only eyeliner.

At 45 East 17th Street: Enter the Sparkle Factory and meet Tarina Tarantino, learn makeup tips by Laura Mercier artists, with special guest celebrity makeup artist Matin Maulawizada, get skincare advice from Dr. Murad, discover GLO Science teeth whitening technology and meet founder Dr. Jonathan B. Levine.

http://www.sephora.com

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