I already made 2 posts about NYWF Spring 2010:
And in this post I’d like to tell you about my favorite look of the week by MAC Pro at Rodarte. You can create this edgy and dark look , hairstyle and “tattoos” yourself. Plus it’s Halloween soon;) So enjoy it!
- Face and Body Foundation – applied to skin for a transparent, matte finish.
- Accentuate Sculpting Powder – used to contour cheeks slightly.
- Bone Beige Sculpting Powder – brushed into socket and under eye to slightly contour.
- Eyelashes curled. No mascara.
- Beet Lip Pencil – applied to center of lips for a reddish-wine stain.
- Black Lip Mix and Fast Response Eye Cream – mixed and precisely outlined around Beet Lip Pencil for a soft-edged, transparent and full lip.
- PRO Micronized Airbrush in Black Black
- Brush 252
- Brush 242
- PRO Mixing Medium/Alcohol Base
- Liquidlast Liner in Point Black
“The idea for the tattoos stemmed from Kate and Laura’s desire to celebrate makeup as art not only for the face, but also for the body in a similar way that Indian culture uses henna. They want women to look at makeup as an accessory for an outfit the way you would a bracelet or a necklace,” said Chantel Miller.
I already made the post about how to Create 3 Fabulous Looks From NYFW. Spring 2010 by Lancome, MAC and NARS. Today I would like to tell you about 5 more fantastic ( I’ve picked the looks that I like) looks by CoverGirl, Nars, Revlon and 2 by Sephora. Plus how to create a hairstyle for Marchesa by Fekkai.
And what looks did you like the best? Share them in the comments 🙂
CoverGirl @ Anna Sui
And I found photos of my favorite models Natasha Poly, Victoria Sasonkina and Sasha Pivovarova from this show. They look So beautiful and stunning!!!
Circus with a nod to mod was the theme for Anna Sui’s Spring 2010 collection, and the designer proved she can tame the fashion beast, deftly pairing lots of loud gestures – 60s-inspired floral prints, plaid vests, star patterned ties – and actually making it work. This fracas of feminine layering called for hair and makeup to be simple, yet statement-worthy. “We wanted the hair to be very 60s,” said Garren, “A take off on the old Mademoiselle cover girls – blunt but polished.” The makeup was simple: “It’s all about rosy blush, very young and fresh and bright,” said McGrath.
Get the Look (done by Pat McGrath and Garren)
Pat brightened eyes with yellow gold Cover Girl Eye Enhancers Eye Shadow in Samba, and used lots of Cover Girl Lash Blast Mascara on top and bottom lashes to pop the eyes.
Cover Girl Simple Ageless Blush in Shade 200 gave cheeks a peachy pink flush. Laura Mercier concealer concealed the flaws on skin.
Lips were painted pale pink for a retro flare.
Hairstylist Garren did different styles on each mode depending on their hair cut and texture. But for all he blew out the hair with extra volume and then smoothed on a shine serum to leave strands silky and polished.
Sephora @ Susan G. Komen Foundation Pink Dress Collection
Get the Look
For a fresh faced look, try Sephora Mineral Double Compact Foundation which includes SPF 10.
Make peepers pop with liner and shadow customized to your eye color. Sephora Flashy Liners come in an array of shades and are waterproof, as are the Sephora Colorful Mono Eyeshadows.
Lips – For a natural sheen and subtle pop of color, try Sephora Nectar Lip Shine.