Now the second part of MAC Spring – Summer 2011 Makeup face charts from Milan Fashion Week from 25 September 2010.
For now I’m gonna show you three of the face charts created and executed by famous makeup artists.
The first face chart shows the makeup created by Charlotte Tilbury for Blumarine.
She’s a luxurious bohemian girl sailing around the med, wearing a fabulous leopard print kaftan! Think modern day talitha getty.
Check out all the face charts right after the jump.
Teddy Eye Kohl – in the lower lashline and all over the lids up to the socket, blended with a 219 brush.
Black Fibre Rich Mascara – several coats applied to top and bottom lashes.
Fling and Lingering brow pencils – for a fuller, seventies brow.
Lust Lipglass – super precisely applie.
Chai Lipglass – worked on top of the lust, to create the perfect peachy caramel shade.
Select Cover-Up Mixed with Moisturelush Cream – worked all over the skin “for an expensive, buffed finish”.
Mineralize Skinfinish Natural – in a colour to match the girls’ skin, to set the base.
Medium Dark, Medium Deep and Dark Mineralize Skinfinish Natural – mixed together and applied as a contour.
Gold Pigment – buffed high on the cheekbones.
The second face chart represents the makeup realized by MAC makeup artist Lisa Butler for Emilio Pucci.
She’s the chicest, richest hippy you’ve ever seen in your life! Fabulous, rich expensive…think Jane Birkin in a palette of warm browns to give a south of France glow.
MAC PRO Studio Finish Skin Corector – mixed and applied to lids with a 224 brush and under the lashes with a 214 brush.
Teddy Eye Kohl – on the outer corners of the eyes, smudged in with a 219 brush.
Luna Cream Color Base – dabbed on the inner tear ducts for a spot of light.
Powersurge Eye Kohl – along the lower lash line rubbed in with a finger.
Cream Color Base in Bamboo, Nude, Hush, Bronze and Pearl – mixed for the individual, patted in with the fingers.
MAC PRO Studio Finish Skin Corrector – to brighten under the eyes.
Prep + Prime Transparent finishing powder – on the T zone.
Cream Color Base in Bamboo, Nude, Hush, Bronze and Pearl – a customised mix according to the girls’ individual skin tone to give the cheeks and temples definition “without looking make-upy”.
The last face chart shows the makeup done by Tom Pecheux for Max Mara.
It’s nineties Helmut Lang, very minimal, monochromatic and about the contrast of matte satin skin against gloss to bring out the lips and eyes.
Gloss Texture – all over the lids, up to and over the brows.
Studio Finish SPF 35 Concealer – to take down the natural color of the lips.
Clear Lipglass – slicked over the concealer.
Care Blends Essential Oils – massaged into the skin.
Studio Sculpt Foundation – applied with a 190 Brush.
Mineralize Skinfinish Natural and Invisible Set Powder – buffed all over the face.
Prep + Prime Transparent Finishing Powder – polished over the skin with a powder puff.
Bone Beige Sculpting Powder Pro Palette – to shadow under the cheekbones.
NC15/ NW20 Chromagraphic Pencil – to eliminate any redness in the waterline.