Here are some of the face charts with MAC Spring – Summer 2011 makeup seen at Paris Fashion week on 1 October 2010. Enjoy!
Val Garland for Vivienne Westwood – Gold Label
They’re lost children of a future civilization – young child like beauties that have been entombed and embalmed…or lost up a mountain…Vivienne always likes the idea of chaos.
Look 1: Entombed The exact placement of colours was unique for each girl.
Blacktrack Fluidline – painted precisely on in an egyptian shape with a 210 brush.
Rose Gold Pigment mixed with Eye Liner Mixing Medium – painted just above the black liner on the upper lash line.
MAC PRO Primary Yellow Paint Stick – pushed on the hightlight the brow.
Blacktrack Fluidline – to sketch in the brows with individual doll-like hairs.
Blacktrack Chromaline – to line the lips.
MAC PRO Terracotta Airbrush Formula – to fill them in with a blood red.
White Face and Body Foundation – applied sheer for paled down skin.
MAC Pro Primary Yellow Paint Stick – in a doll shape on the cheek.
A Paste of Kaolin Clay was brushed randomly around the hairline and onto the face, and partially cracked off when it dried to give the dusty, entombed effect.
Look 2: Mountain Girl
Brown MAC PRO Lip Mix – as a soft stain.
Studio Moisture Tint – applied as a base. Brown MAC Pro Lip Mix – to flush the apples of the cheeks.
A paste of Kaolin Clay was brushed randomly around the hairline and onto the face, and partialy cracked off when it dried to give the dusty, entombed effect.
Val Garland for Roland Mouret
It’s about gorgeous, strong women. A contour on the eye and cheek and very ‘Roland’ moment of a strong red lip matte to contrast against moist skin. It’s a very seamless beauty.
Coffee Eye Pencil – along the socket line as an aerodynamic, tailored line going straight out to the temples.
Concrete Eye Shadow – washed over the lids to soften out the Coffee Pencil, and slightly under the eye for contour.
Cherry Lip Pencil – to line the mouth Crimsong Lip Mix – precisely on top with a 316 lip brush.
Basic Red MAC PRO Pigment – to give an extremely matte, perfect finish.
Studio Sculpt Foundation – applied as a base.
Dark Brown and Mid Tone Sepia Cream Colour Base – mixed and smoothed under the cheekbones and on the temples to contour.