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John Patrick Organic
Ivana Helsinki with Shirley Manson
Surface to Air
Cushnie et Ochs
Three As Four
Hood by Air
Jean Piere Azede
Helen Yarmak Fur Sensations styled by Patricia Field
…any else? At this point…I hope not! ;)
I had the opportunity to shoot MAC cosmetics make-up gurus backstage at some of the shows this season and wanted to share with you the looks. I found myself feeling amazed by how many products it takes to create a look and excited to have all the details so I can try some of these (or modifications of them) myself!
STUDIO SCULPT SPF 15 FOUNDATION —blended into hydrated skin to even and tone.
STUDIO FINISH SPF 15 CONCEALER —applied where needed to brighten and perfect.
STUDIO FIX POWDER PLUS FOUNDATION —swept over skin to polish and set.
GINGERLY SHEERTONE BLUSH —blended under cheeks with 168 Large Angled Contour Brush for a warm contour.
BOUNTIFUL BROWN POWERPOINT EYE PENCIL —used to create shape of smoky eye, blended above the eyelid and below the lower lid, connecting the outer corners into a rounded shape.
KID EYE SHADOW — used with 224 Tapered Blending Brush to diffuse the edges of the smoky eye.
ESPRESSO EYE SHADOW — deepens the crease.
SMOLDER EYE KOHL —lightly applied and diffused through the waterline and lashes,
blended outwards over the eyelid and crease.
FRESHWATER EYE SHADOW — applied through the lashline upwards over the eyelid with 242 Shader Brush.
TYPOGRAPHIC EYE SHADOW —blended through the inner and outer crease of the eye.
EXPENSIVE PINK — blended over the browbone to highlight.
GOLDMINE EYE SHADOW AND M·A·C PRO GOLD GLITTER — layered through the inner corner of the eye for a multi-dimensional highlight.
HAUTE & NAUGHTY BLACK MASCARA —applied generously through upper and lower lashes to define.
BRUNETTE LUXE BROW POWDER PENCIL (AVAILABLE SPRING/SUMMER 2013) —
used with 263 Small Angle Brush to fill and create a graceful shape to brows.
FORECAST NUDE FROM SPRING ’13 FORECAST/LIPS (AVAILABLE SPRING/SUMMER 2013) — blended over the entire lip.
GEL LIPSTICK — applied through the centre of the lip to highlight.