The third day of Milan Fashion Week from 26 September was full of events. Here I have a few charts realized by MAC makeup artists for famous designers.
Let’s start with Lucia Pieroni for Missoni.
She’s multi-cultural, young, sexy, hip and beautiful – she’s got an arty and cultured feel but she’s not grungy, she just looks sun-kissed and gorgeously herself.
Technakohl Liner in Graph Black – worked into the waterlines and along the upper and lower lash lines and blended into a winged shape.
Smut Eyeshadow – over the top of the Technakohl with a 219 brush.
Vanilla Pigment – to highlight the center of the lids.
Black X Mascara – top and bottom, onto well-curled lashes.
Frechletone Lipstick – patted on with a finger “so it’s not too make-upy”
Select Cover-up – where needed
Prep + Prime Transparent Finishing Powder – where needed for “minimal skin”
Mineralize Skinfinish Natural in Medium Deep and Deep Dark – swept across the cheeks and nose with a 129 brush for a bronze flush.
Vanilla Pigment – smoothed onto the cheekbones with a finger to bring out it’s shine.
The next face chart is by Tom Pecheux for Salvatore Ferragamo.
She’s a woman by the pool on holiday in Capri at a fantastically chic hotel, about to go shopping. She’s tanned and glowing, all in very soft shades of bronze, copper and gold.
Tan Pigment – all over the lid and into the inner corners of the eye.
Shadow MAC PRO Sculpting Powder – swept into the crease with a 224 brush so there are no hard edges.
Golden Bronze Iridescent Loose Powder – dusted over the whole lid.
Smolder Eye Kohl – in the waterline.
Lofty Brown Zoom Lash Mascara – onto curled lashes.
MAC PRO Lip Erase in Dim – patted onto the lips.
Studio Mositure Fix SPF 15 – to prep the skin.
Studio Sculpt Foundation – buffed in with a 190 brush.
Prep + Prime Transparent Finishing Powder – all over the skin to lightly mattify.
And now the last face chart of the day also realized by the same Tom Pecheux for Marni.
The inspiration is from the clothes – I wanted something that would work with the very graphic, multi textured collection: it’s a graphic eye, a strong orange lip and everything is very matte..Marni is always about femininity that’s been twisted.
White Chromaline – taken from the lash line to the brows for an opaque white base.
Gesso Eye Shadow – dusted on top to mattify.
Carbon Eyeshadow – applied with a 212 brush in a slightly curved line above the socket.
Orange Lip Mix – precisely applied with a 194 brush.
Frankly Scarlet Powder Blush – pressed around the edges of the lip to sharpen and shade them.
Studio Sculpt SPF 15 Foundation – applied as a base.
Studio Sculpt Concealer – where needed.
Invisible Set Powder – buffed on the skin with a powder puff for a matte yet polished finish.
What do you say girls? Are these MAC Spring – Summer 2010 makeup looks wearable? 🙂 Which one do you like?