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MAKEUP ARTIST: Pat McGrath for CoverGirl
MAKEUP: All makeup by CoverGirl. To recreate McGrath's goddess-like glow, apply Clean Makeup Foundation over entire face. Lightly blot Simply Ageless Corrector (which contains Olay so it doesn't crack) around eye area to conceal any blemishes or dark spots. Give cheeks "a bit of pink" with Simply Ageless Sculpting Blush in Plush Peach and Rich Cinnamon, blending up towards the temples. Brush Shadow Blast Pencil in Silver Sky over the lids, before dramatically lining with white pencil. And to finish, use a little foundation to tone down lips.
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Colored Mascara, A Discussion
September 14, 2009

We’ve always been slightly on the fence about colored mascaras. In theory, they strike us as an interesting way to do something a little different with your typical beauty routine; in practice, they come across more juvenile than chic. They are here to stay, though, at least for the short term, making appearances in a slew of recent color collections, from YSL to Estée Lauder, and at yesterday’s DKNY show. “Donna [Karan] wanted something youthful and fresh with a fun accent,” makeup artist Charlotte Willer explained, which ultimately led her to eye embellishments. Willer mixed Maybelline’s Eye Shadow Single in Turquoise with Vaseline and applied it to models’ lashes. A good catwalk effect, for sure, but we’re still not convinced it’s a look we could pull off in real life. Willer does have a tip for girls like us though: “Try putting it on just the outer corners of your lash line,” she recommends, for a surprise flash of color. What do you think: something for the kids or a cool add-on for makeup enthusiasts of all ages?
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MAKEUP ARTIST: Francois Nars, creator of Nars cosmetics
MAKEUP: All makeup by Nars. Nars paled-out the skin with Sheer Matte Foundation in Siberia, and gave the lips a wine stain with Lipstick in Pop Life. Eyes were done up with Eye Shadow Duo in Pandora, Eye Shadow in Black Moon, Liquid Eye Liner in Stylo, plus two pairs on faux lashes per model.
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Makeup was bold, courtesy of strong Brooke Shields-inspired brows, which were drawn in using a pencil with strokes that feathered up and out.
“He wanted the girls to look really strong and beautiful,” said makeup artist Diane Kendal working on behalf of MAC Cosmetics. “It was about achieving a look without using too much makeup. The eyebrow is a good way of doing that and still giving a boldness to the face.”

The rest of the eye was left bare, except the tops, where a clear lip gloss was applied for shine.

The look for skin was clean. MAC’s cream blush in Lilicent was applied to the apple of the cheeks for a peachy glow, and the brand’s Select Cover-Up Concealer was used only where needed.
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I have to say that Spring is always a bit boring when it comes to makeup and this season was no exception. Lots of highlighters and skin. I did like how dramatic Marc Jacobs went. Nars never disappoints.

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looking forward to LFW, MFW and finally Paris!- that's when the beauty theatrics begin!

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September 16, 2009

East L.A. gang girls. Menacing condors. Maori tribeswomen. Makeup artist James Kaliardos rattled off all of these things at Rodarte yesterday, where he was attempting to create “the dark side of beauty.” With a charred black lip and a series of full-sleeve, half-sleeve, and neck tattoo designs courtesy of MAC senior artist Chantel Miller, his efforts were an overwhelming success. Starting with a minimal base, Kaliardos dabbed concealer under models’ eyes and brushed a dark mauve shadow on their lids for contour. Keeping everything “simple and strong,” he skipped the mascara and blush, and focused his energies on the lips, where he filled in the middle with strokes of MAC Lip Pencil in Beet and then used an angled brush dipped intoMAC Pro Lipmix in black to line the rest of the mouth. Nail connoisseur Deborah Lippmann echoed Kaliardos’ trip to the dark side with her new “Funky Chunky,” a sheer, texturized black lacquer that goes on slightly more uniformly than Marquis Moon, the sequined silver shade she premiered at this show last season. As for the hair, Odile Gilbert explained her coifs in a single word: “Beautiful.” The stylist treated the models’ tresses with Aveda Pure Abundance Hair Potion to create a salt-water texture and then laid a piece of wool on top, spraying it with hairspray so that it adhered to the hair. Gilbert referenced Edward Curtis’ evocative images of the American West and Native Americans as the basis of the look, although her inspiration really came from the unique way the Mulleavys work with knitwear and the wholly different vantage point from which they approach their designs—a universal appreciation that resonated backstage.
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