Weekly beauty agenda: treats you can bag during fashion month

Get in on the fashion week action with these beauty goodies waiting for you this season.

New York Fashion Week
February 10-17
New York, USA

Fashion news blog StyleList has parked its new Mobile Makeover Bus just outside the Lincoln Center tents (Columbus Avenue and West 65th Street, 12-6 pm, through February 14). Says the site: "Staffed with top makeup artists, the bus will offer mini-makeovers, selected hot looks just off the runway and an eyebrow-shaping station. Refreshments, surprises and some special guests will also pop up throughout the event."
http://www.stylelist.com


London Fashion Week

February 18-23
London, UK

Electronics company Canon and The Telegraph have teamed up for a competition that might win you a spot in the photographers' pit at the shows. Email Kate Day at kate.day@telegraph.co.uk with up to three beauty-themed photographs you took by February 16, and you could be shooting top models wearing London's finest designers.
See all requirements at http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/culture/kateday/100051329/london-fashion-week-competition-win-a-place-in-the-photographers-pit.


Milan Fashion Week

February 23 - March 1
Milan, Italy

Italy's shows are known for their va-va-voom beauty looks, so if you could use some help in the makeup department, follow MAC's tweets: the cosmetic brand's makeup artists, who are working on the models backstage, will be sharing their tips and tricks live.
http://www.macartiststweets.com


Paris Fashion Week

March 1-9
Paris, France

Marc by Marc Jacobs is launching a pop-up nail bar at the Printemps department store (64 bd Haussmann, third floor), which will be in place March 3-5, 3-6pm. If you buy one of the label's fashion pieces, you will get a free manicure inspired by the prints of the current collection. Nail polish brand OPI will be on site to provide the products.
http://www.marcjacobs.com

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