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M.I.S.S. Beauty Tip Of The Week: M·A·C Makeup Looks At Milan Fashion Week S/S 2010 – Costume National, Just Cavalli, Moschino Cheap & Chic, Alberta Ferretti, and Blumarine


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The good people over at M·A·C were kind enough to share their facecharts from the Spring/Summer 2010 shows during Milan Fashion Week. Today’s facecharts are brought to you by Costume National, Just Cavalli, Moschino Cheap & Chic, Alberta Ferretti, and Blumarine, whose shows took place on Thursday, September 24th and Friday, September 25th.

Costume National

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M·A·C artist, Lynn Desnoyers created heavy, geometric eyes to clash with an overall fresh faced effect.  Says the artist, “The look is about the contrast between the softness of the lips, the freshness of the skin, and the dangerous lashline.”

Just Cavalli

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“All black everything” was the mood for eyes at Just Cavalli, created by M·A·C artist, Maxine Leonard. While face and lips were kept fresh using minimal foundation and gloss, Leonard describes the look as, “Rock and Roll to reflect the connection. The girls look a bit like they did their makeup themselves and had a great night out.”

Moschino Cheap & Chic

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M·A·C artist, Sam Bryant created the quintessential Spring face with pink, pink, and did I mention PINK? Tinted moisturizer combined with creme blushes left the skin looking dewy, while the lips and eyes were light, bright, and flushed. Says the artist, “The look is super pretty rosy pink girls on acid.”

Alberta Ferretti

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M·A·C artist, Lucia Pieroni created  naked, almost ghostly faces for Alberta Ferretti. Using only Gloss Texture and brown mascara (for brows only), “It’s a little bit of white mischief, an aristocratic lady in her garden. The look is glowing, but in a waxy way, very pale, super nude.”

Blumarine

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Glamazon inspired, smoked out eyes and FINISHED faces took over the runway at Blumarine. M·A·C artist, Lloyd Simmonds created an angular, sunny glow complete with foundation, powders, AND highlight. According to the artist, “The look is something any girl would do on vacation. A summery tanned feel, sculpted face with bronzey gold highlights.”


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