Makeup Artist Lucia Pieroni, using Nars products created a beauty look intended to be radiant, gorgeous, yet as natural as possible. Kane also announced that he’d be collaborating with Nars for his own collection – available possibly next summer. Pieroni used Violet Atom Multiple, part of Kane’s new collection, Pure Radiant Tinted Moisturizer and Optimal Brightening Concentrate to create the simple, precise look.
Makeup Artist Charlotte Tilbury created the look using Tom Ford products. Expensive and cool were the instructions she received from Ford. To create the modern, expensive, rock and roll look, she used Intensive Infusion Ultra Rich Moisturizer and perfected it with the Concealing Pen. She created the smokey eye look with as yet unnamed and unreleased eyeshadows from Ford. Lipstick was Vanilla Suede.
Makeup Artist Wendy Rowe translated the inspiration for the collection – the birds and the bees – into honey skin and tawny eyes with a bold red lip. She used Fresh Glow Luminous Fluid Base in Golden Radiance and Effortless Concealer on the face. For lips, she used Lip Color in Ruby and Brick Red liner dusted with Fresh Glow Powder.
Makeup Artist Gucci Westman created a gypsy/rock-n-roll inspired beauty look for the runway show using Revlon products. She continue the minimal, clean makeup trend seen at New York fashion week.
Makeup Artist Val Garland, using L’Oréal Paris products, aimed for a glamorous beauty look for Julien Macdonald. She created a metallic smokey eye using Color Riche mono eyeshadow in Gold Mania and Little Beige Dress in the outer corners.
The minimal makeup look trend continued at Proenza Schouler where Makeup Artist Diane Kendal kept makeup simple and added shimmer with MAC Eye Gloss in Lightly Tauped (available Fall 2014)
Francois Nars wanted the beauty look for this show to be all about the skincare so he kept it simple by forgoing makeup except for Nars Luminous Moisture Cream on the face and neck.
The goal of the beauty look, created by Tom Pecheux was to compliment the safari inspired collection. He achieved the look with Ben Nye white gold shimmer and Estee Lauder bronzers. Instead of lipstick, he used a swipe of Chapstick on lips.
The beauty look, done by artist Tom Pecheux for MAC, centered around lavendar tinged eyes and lips.
MAC Prep and Prime Powder
MAC lipstick on the apples of the cheeks as blush
Mineralize Skinfinish in Lightscapade
MAC Haute and Naughty Black Lash Mascara
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Makeup Artist Diane Kendal was inspired by a traditional Nepalese dress and boyish American sportswear. She wanted to keep the makeup fresh, organic, and beautiful.
MAC Studio Finish Skin Corrector
MAC Sculpting Powder
MAC Clear Lip Glass
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