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NYFW Spring 2012- Day 8

By Behind The Scenes Makeup @BTSMakeup


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At Wayne, the face was kept very clean, and the focus of the look is obviously the white eyebrows.

The Blonds

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Key makeup artist, Kabuki, describes his look as “sex kitten, futuristic, Raquel Welch and Ursula Andress in one: it’s sexy and sharp.” To get the look, he brought the eyeliner out and winged it upward, and then pulled it back in slightly through the crease. On the lower eyelid, a swipe of black liner was applied with space in between the lashes and the line. The skin was contoured and a mango gloss was applied to the lips.

Key Makeup Artist: Kabuki for MAC

Ralph Lauren

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The look at Ralph Lauren is so fresh and wearable. Makeup artists, applied white shadow to the model’s eyelids and coated the upper lash with mascara. To get the perfectly flushed cheeks, a mix of peach and rose blush was applied to the apples and blended upwards.

Key Makeup Artist: Tom Pechuex for Estee Lauder

Proenza Schouler

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At Proenza Schouler, Diane Kendall went for a very “no makeup” makeup. Any imperfections on the skin were concealed, the cheeks were dusted with a soft rosy hue and the eyebrows were filled in and darkened.

Key Makeup Artist: Diane Kendall for MAC

Philosophy Di Alberta Ferretti

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Lucia Pieroni and her team used MAC’s Holographic Orange and Fluer Power blush to create the peachy blush that was applied from the model’s outer eye, onto the temples and blended out onto the cheekbones. Highlight was applied down the nose and onto the cheeks to give the skin a little glow.

Key Makeup Artist: Lucia Pieroni for MAC

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