Models walking in the Nanette Lepore runway were given shimmery bronze eyeshadow, that slightly extended out past the eye. The cheeks were contoured, brows were kept natural, and lips were coated with a raspberry, pinkish red gloss.
Key Makeup Artist: James Kaliardos for MAC
The natural, boho theme of Anna Sui’s runway influenced the neutral peach and brown color palette used in the makeup look created by Pat McGrath. The cheeks were made to look flushed with a pretty peach blush, and the lips were kept natural looking, with a hint of peach balm. Brown shadow was blended onto the eyelid, and gold glitter was applied to the inner V of the eye.
Key Makeup Artist: Pat McGrath for Covergirl
The look at Douglas Hannant revolved around the blue eyeshadow applied to the outer V of the model’s eyes. The color also made it’s way underneath the eye, and along the outer, lower lashline. White eyeshadow was applied to the inner corners of the eyes, and a soft coral lipstick was applied to the lips.
A sexy, matte brown, slightly smokey eye was applied to the model’s walking in the Gottex runway yesteday. Eyelashes were defined with several coats of mascara, and a glossy, coral lip finished off the look.
The look seen yesterday at the Jeremy Scott show was reminiscent of a cracked out, Marilyn Monroe. Black, liquid liner was applied in a think line, which extended out into a winged, cat-eye. The liner was also applied to the inner V of the eye. New eyebrows were drawn on to look thin, and sparse; and the models were all given a trademark, Marilyn mole. Last but not least, lips were made a perfectly crisp, orange-red.
I love that the cheeks are the focal point of the makeup on Michael Kor’s Spring 2011 runway! A peachy pink blush was applied to the model’s cheeks, and nose, making them look like they’ve spent the past several hours in the sun. The eyes were slightly defined with a neutral brown, and lips were kept nude and natural.
Key Makeup Artist: Dick Page for Shiseido
Milly by Michelle Smith
The bright orange,velvety lips, along with flushed, peach cheeks made up the majority of this look. Eyes were kept pretty clean, except for several coats of mascara for definition.
Key Makeup Artist: Romy Soleimani for MAC