Diane Kendal describes her look for Jason Wu as “Ming Dynasty and 1940’s Hollywood.” Using a soft emerald green, makeup artists painted the model’s lids and extended the shadow out into a cat eye shape. Mascara was applied to the top lashes only, cheeks were flushed with soft piink and lips were kept bare.
Key Makeup Artist: Diane Kendal for MAC
The look at Jeremy Scott was inspired by Gwen Stefani’s use of bindis during her No Doubt years. 19 handmade, neon bindis were applied to each model. The lips were painted blue with MAC’s white lipmix mixed with cyan, and a topcoat of shadow.
Key Makeup Artist: Kabuki for MAC
Love the warm, bronzed look at Mara Hoffman! Makeup Forever’s Shine on Powder was applied from the temples to the cheekbones for a sunkissed look. Metallic pigment was added to the inner corners of the model’s eyes, and the lips were topped off with MUFE’s Glossy Full #10.
Key Makeup Artist: Lottie for Makeup Forever
Marc by Marc Jacobs
The look at Marc by Marc Jacobs was all about the bold red lip. Foundation was applied minimally, and lashes were coated with Shiseido’s Perfect Mascara Full Definition.
Key Makeup Artist: Dick Page for Shiseido
At Marc Jacobs, model’s were given a heavily lined and smudged lower lid and luminous skin. Eyelashes were coated in Larger than Life Lengthening and Larger Than Life Voluminizing Mascara. No blush, and a nude glossy lip finished the look.
Key Makeup Artist: Francois Nars for NARS
Dick Page used a bright red lipstick mixed with foundation to create the rosy, windburned cheek seen at Michael Kors. Lips were coated in a similar cherry color.
I am a freelance makeup artist in Los Angeles working mainly in print and television. Makeup and traveling are my passion and my heart resides at La Isla De Los Monos Monkey Rescue Center in the Peruvian Amazon.