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Graphic Eye at Missoni A/W ’14

February 28th, 2014

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At Missoni A/W 2014, makeup artist Lucia Pieroni created “cool girls in their boyfriends’ coats, at the bus stop at 6 in the morning” with blocks of graphic eyeliner and dewy skin.

Missoni A/W '14 runway beauty
Face
* Studio Finish Concealer – blended over moisturized skin as needed to perfect
* Pearl Cream Color Base – blended into the skin with fingers over the upper cheekbones, bridge of nose, browbone and chin for luminosity

Eyes
* Clear Brow Set – combed upwards through the brow to groom and set
* Blacktrack Fluidline – drawn thinly from the outer corner of the pupil to the outer corner of the eye in a soft square shape; upper and lower lashline, leaving a gap between the upper and lower lash in the outer corner
* Carbon Eyeshadow – blended over Blacktrack and below the eyes with 217 Blending Brush for a look of perfected imperfection
* 7 LASH – chopped into pieces and filled through the outer corners of the upper lash for more impact if needed
* Haute & Naughty Black Lash Mascara – layered through the outer upper and lower lashes for a doll-like effect
* Lashes were curled and squeezed together if needed to achieve a feeling of imperfection
* M·A·C PRO NC15/NW20 Chromagraphic Pencil – applied through the waterline to open eyes

Lips
* Viva Glam II Lipstick – dabbed over the lips with fingers for a natural look to finish

Graphic eye makeup at Missoni A/W '14
Missoni A/W '14 backstage beauty
Missoni A/W '14 backstage makeup by MAC

Images: Courtesy of MAC and ImaxTree.

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Runway Beauty: Graphic Beauty at Manish Arora S/S ’14

October 1st, 2013

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Graphic elements have been a popular trend on the runways in the past seasons and at Manish Arora Spring/Summer 2014, makeup artist Kabuki and manicurist Marian Newman working for M·A·C Cosmetics created a “1920′s Josephine Baker meets 1990′s raver” look to go with the bright clothing in the collection.


Manish Arora S/S '14 runway beauty
Face
Mineralize Charged Water Face & Body lotion – massaged into skin to instantly hydrate, rejuvenate, and prepare for foundation.
Matchmaster SPF 15 Foundation – applied to even and tone, leaving skin looking naturally matte in finish.
Studio Finish SPF 35 Concealer – applied as needed to perfect.
Lightscapade Mineralize Skinfinish – blended down the center of the nose to highlight.
Platinum Love Extra Dimension Eyeshadow (available Spring/Summer 2014) – swept over the bridge of nose to add dimension.
Prep + Prime Transparent Finishing Powder/Pressed – swept over cheeks before any blush is applied for a soft application of color.
Peaches Powder Blush – applied low on the cheeks for a flush.
Matte Texture – blended over the forehead and sides of nose to eliminate shine.

Eye
Bare Canvas Paint – painted over the entire eyelid as perfecting base on eyes.
M·A·C PRO Pure White Chromagraphic Pencil – drawn thickly through the inner corners of eyes.
M·A·C PRO Landscape Green and Pure White Chroma Cake – mixed together and applied with the 210 Precise Eye Liner Brush as a block of color blended out towards the nose.
M·A·C PRO Process Magenta and Pure White Chroma Cake – mixed together and applied with the 210 Precise Eye Liner Brush as a block of color on top of the green and then blended towards the nose.
Clear Brow set – brushed up through brows to define and groom.

Lips
Have A Lovely Day! Casual Colour (available Spring/Summer 2014) – patted into lips for soft nude.

Nails
Morange and Steamy Nail Lacquers – chosen and painted for a manicure or pedicure base on nails, with the alternate on fingers and toes, i.e. Steamy fingers with Morange toes or vice versa. A green reflective material in a “mini” nail shape is drawn through the middle to contrast against orange, and a pink reflective material on pink.

Raver makeup look at Manish Arora S/S '14

Manish Arora S/S '14 backstage nails

Images: ImaxTree.

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Runway Beauty: Violet Lip and Ombre Glitter Nails at Nicole Miller S/S 2014

September 12th, 2013

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At Nicole Miller Spring/Summer 2014, the inspiration came from the opulence, glamour and beauty of Versailles – the gardens, mirrors, mazes and chandeliers. As a result, makeup artist James Kaliardos working for MAC Cosmetics created a bright violet lip while Katie Jane Hughes, butter LONDON Global Colour Ambassador, gave models a glittery ombre nail.

Nicole Miller S/S 2014 Hair, Makeup and Nails
Face
* Mineralize Moisture SPF 15 Foundation – blended over hydrated skin to even and tone, and followed by concealer as needed to perfect.
* Keep It Loose! Casual Colour (available Spring/Summer 2014) – lightly applied to cheeks with fingertips for a natural blush.
* Lily-white Pigment (available Spring/Summer 2014) – dusted lightly over the temples, upper cheekbones, bridge of nose, and cupid’s bow with 168 large angled contour brush to highlight.

Eyes
* Cultivating Chic from Spring 14 trend Forecast/Eye (available Spring/Summer 2014) – softly blended over the eyelid and through the crease with 213 fluff brush.
* March Mist From Spring 14 trend Forecast/Eye (available Spring/Summer 2014) – blended under the eye through the lashes with 213 fluff brush.
* Haute & Naughty Black Lash Mascara – applied through the upper lashes only to define and open eyes.
* Lingering Eye Brows – blended through brows for a full, slightly defined look.

Lips
* Vino Lip Pencil – blended over the entire lip, slightly overdrawn to create a full, luscious effect.
* M·A·C Pro Violetta LipstiCk – blended over Vino pencil to intensify and perfect.
* M·A·C Pro Matte Mixing Medium – applied over lips to set and finish.

Nails
Katie first applied a layer butter LONDON’s new Nail Lacquer in The 444. To create a cascading effect she used butter LONDON Nail Lacquer in The Black Knight and applied upward from the tip of the nail. She lightly dabbed the nail lacquer where the two shades met to blend the look. Finally, she reapplied The Black Knight to finish the ombre effect.

Violet lip and glittery nails at Nicole Miller S/S 2014
Nicole Miller S/S 2014 runway beauty
Ombre glitter nails by butter LONDON at Nicole Miller S/S 2014
Nicole Miller S/S 2014 facechart by MAC

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Runway Beauty: Glossy Eyes at Kenzo Fall 2013

March 7th, 2013

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Glossy eyes paired with lower eyeliner and nude lips was the “futuristic Maharaja” makeup artist Aaron de May created for the Kenzo A/W 2013 show.


Face
* Studio Finish SPF 15 Concealer – blended over moisturized and primed skin to even, tone, and perfect.
* Pearl Cream Colour Base – blended with fingertips over the bridge of nose, upper cheekbones, chin, and cupid’s bow to highlight.
* Silver Dusk Iridescent Loose Powder – applied with a fluff brush over the bridge of nose, chin, and cupid’s bow to give an extra highlight and add dimension.

Eyes
* Smolder Eye Kohl – applied through the waterline and root of lower lashes following a straight line, more “Indian mood” than Egyptian.
* Carbon Eyeshadow – blended over Smolder to intensify the colour and create a softer line.
* Blacktrack Fluidline – applied through the outer corner of eye to sharpen and define.
* M·A·C PRO Gloss Texture – applied over eyelids with fingertips for a glossy shine.

Lips
* Translucent Powder – was applied over the edges of the lipline to matte.
* Pearl Cream Colour Base and Silver Dusk Iridescent Loose Powder – blended through the centre of the lip to highlight.
* Clear Lipglass – a drop was applied to the very inside of the lip to highlight to finish, completing 3 textures on the lip in all.

Image: Courtesy of MAC.

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Missoni A/W 2013 Hair & Makeup at Milan Fashion Week

February 27th, 2013

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At Missoni A/W 2013, makeup artist Lucia Pieroni working for MAC Cosmetics created glossy eyes and nude lips that is “pure… angelic, but with strength” while Eugene Souleiman, Global Creative Director of Wella Professionals, gave models stacked ponytails.

Missoni A/W 2013 runway beauty
Face
* M·A·C PRO Face & Body Mixing Medium and Care Blends Essential Oil – mixed together and buffed over the entire face followed by being massaged into skin.
* Mineralize Moisture SPF 15 Foundation – blended through the center of the face to even and tone with a luminous finish.
* M·A·C PRO Concealer Palette – used only as needed to perfect.
* Luna Cream Colour Base – blended over the high planes of upper cheekbones, through the temples, bridge of nose, bow of lip, and chin to highlight.
* Clear Lipglass – applied over cheeks and Cupid’s bow for added dimension and shine.

Eyes
* Groundwork Paint Pot – applied as a sheer layer over the eyelid and through the crease to contour.
* Graphblack Technakohl Eye Liner – applied through the upper lashline, lower waterline, and lower lashline, then blended well to diffuse.
* Clear Lipglass – applied over the eyelid and socket for added shine and dimension.
Lashes were well curled and left bare.

Lips
* M·A·C PRO Dim Lip Erase – patted into lips to tone down the natural colour to finish.

Glossy eyes and nude lips at Missoni Fall 2013

Hair
“I wanted to create a hair look that was completely multi-dimensional, that appeared very different according to perspective and where the dynamic was brought to life with movement” said Eugene.

Eugene created a series of sectioned ponytails that were “stacked” upon each other to create a thinner profile which gave an aerodynamic appearance. The profile from the front of the head was small and tight with a degree of shine, this transformed towards the back of the head to a contrasting textured, raw effect.

However, it was when the girls walked on the catwalk that the genius of this look was revealed, as soft pieces of hair from the sides of the head morphed with the textured ponytail to create a streamlined, sporty, minimal look that seemed to have a life force of its own.

Get the Look
Step 1. Start with clean freshly washed and conditioned hair, using Wella Professionals Enrich Shampoo and Conditioner, to ensure hair is in perfect condition.

Step 2. Spray hair with Wella Professionals Perfect Setting Blow Dry lotion and dry with a flat brush keeping the hair flat and smooth.

Step 3. Spray hair with Wella Professional Ocean Spritz Beach Texture Spray, and run through with straightening irons.

Step 4. To create a stacked ponytail, clip hair away on the top of the head and take a section of hair nearest to the nape (around 15cm) and bring hair together with a soft bristle brush and tie in to a ponytail with a long piece of elastic.

Step 5. Repeat this process working up through the head and tying each ponytail on top of the other.

Step 6. When you get to the first of the final four pony tails, take a palm full of Wella Professionals Extra Volume Mousse and press it in to the roots of the hair, before tying in to the ponytail – don’t brush the mousse section as this needs to have texture.

Step 7. On the final section of hair – do not attach to the ponytail, apply the mousse then take the straightening irons and run through the end of the hair section and let it fall on top of the stacked ponytail.

Step 8. Ensure that there are some wispy pieces to the sides of the head and again run the straightening irons through these to give direction towards the back of the head.

Step 9. Finally, spray Wella Professionals Ocean Spritz Beach Texture Spray in to the ponytail, blast with the hairdryer then finish with the straightening irons to create a dry textured finish.

Step 10. Spray the front of the hair with Wella Professionals Stay Essential Finishing Spray to set the look.

Runway hair at Missoni A/W 2013
Hair by Well Professionals at Missoni Fall 2013

Images: Courtesy of Wella and Michele Morosi/InDigital/GoRunway.

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