The good people over at M·A·C were kind enough to share their facecharts from the Spring/Summer 2010 shows during London Fashion Week. Today’s facechart is brought to you by Antonio Berardi, who’s show took place on Sunday, September 20th. According to M·A·C Artist, Val Garland, who conceptualized the look, “Boudoir goes into battle . Most girls have this modern Marlene Deitrich eye with graphic Samurai lines. Some have a soft degradé texture upon texture lip.” I absolutely love the modernized, warrior feel this makeup look has. It’s a perfect compliment to the designer’s neutral color scheme and airy fabric selection.
Studio Sculpt Foundation mixed with Face and Body Foundation – applied to skin as a base. Prep+Prime Transparent Setting Powder – to set.
Eyes (Look 1)
Grey Utility Powerpoint Eye Pencil – wrapped from inner corners of eyes and blended through the crease of the eyelids, tilting up the outer corners of the eye.
Blacktrack Fluidline – drawing a precise graphic line extending inner corners of the eyes, along upper and lower lash lines, out to past corners of the eyes. No mascara.
English Accent Lipglass – blotted into lips with finger.
*Eyes were kept bare for Look 2
- M·A·C Makeup Looks At Paris Fashion Week S/S 2010: Gareth Pugh and Tim Van Steenbergen
- M·A·C Makeup Looks At Paris Fashion Week S/S 2010: Manish Arora, Balmain, and Rick Owens
- M·A·C Makeup Looks at London Fashion Week: Sass and Bide and Felder Felder
- M·A·C Makeup Looks at Paris Fashion Week: Giles, Gareth Pugh, Balmain, and Manish Arora
- M·A·C Makeup Looks at NYFW: Peter Som, Prabal Gurung, Doo.Ri, Alexander Wang, and Altuzarra