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Tarina Tarantino is pretty in pink at Tarina Tarantino Beauty for Sephora launch fete

KellyOsbo_Jeff_59723114_Max On Wednesday,  Tarina Tarantino launched her Tarina Tarantino Beauty for Sephora at Hollywood’s Siren Studios. Celebrity friends such as Kelly Osbourne, Debi Mazar and Andy Garcia came out to toast the designer along with fashion industry folk such as Tokidoki’s Ivan and Pooneh Arnold and the designer’s husband Alfonso Campos.

Tarantino is recognized for her rose-colored bob, and the event space was done up in pink with pink champagne. She wore a "really smoky" $19 Butterfly Black eye shadow -- "It has tiny bits of sparkle" -- and revealed that her pink hair shade was the result of two Special Effects hair colors blended together.

Party-goers were lovin' one product in particular, the Sparklicity Shimmer Dust ($39).

“The glitter stays with you for a night, not a month,” said Kate Flannery, who plays the always-inappropriate Meredith Palmer in “The Office." “In the Scranton office, I can’t have glitter. I’m lucky if I can have lipstick."

Tarantino’s pal Kelly Osbourne, who appeared in ads for the jewelry designer, was hamstrung by the attention she was getting. "If I would have known there was a red carpet, I would have put on makeup,” she said. Wearing a leather biker jacket with boots and Chanel quilted bag, Osbourne said she was a fan of Tarina Tarantino Beauty’s Sparklicity but in pot form ($19) and that she was keen to launch a clothing line. “But I need to learn how to sew and how to dart,” she said. Would she launch her line on a Bravo reality show? “No way!” she scoffed.

-- Max Padilla

Photo: Kelly Osbourne and Tarina Tarantino.  Credit: Jeff Vespa / WireImage courtesy of Tarina Tarantino

 
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