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M·A·C Makeup Looks at NYFW: Jeremy Scott and Proenza Schouler

The good people over at M·A·C were kind enough to share their facecharts from the Fall 2010 shows during New York Fashion Week. Today’s facecharts include: Jeremy Scott and Proenza Schouler, whose shows took place on Wednesday, February 17th.

Jeremy Scott

J-ScottM·A·C artist, Val Garland describes the look at Jeremy Scott as “EXTREME fashion; reminiscent of the 90′s supermodel. Lips and eyeliner overdrawn to the max.” (Something I can definitely appreciate!) M·A·C Face and Body Foundation was applied to the entire face, while Sculpting and Shaping Powder was applied to the cheekbones to contour. Garland then applied M·A·C Eye Shadow in Vanilla and Pro Pigment in White onto the eyelid. A thin line of Eye Pencil in Ebony and Fluidline in Blacktrack were applied below the lower lash line and along the crease of the eyelid (winged out and connected to the outer corner of the eye). Eye Shadow in Carbon was then layered over the liner to set. Garland pressed Lip Erase in Dim into the center of the lip with the fingertip to mute natural lip tone. Lip Pencil in Stripdown was drawn just outside of the natural lip line for a fuller mouth. Lipstick in To Pamper (available in Fall ’10) was then washed over the entire lip.

Proenza Schouler


M·A·C artist, Diane Kendal wanted “early 90′s grunge” for the look at Proenza Schouler- “moisturized face and a statement lip”. M·A·C Studio Finish Concealer was applied where needed while Blot Powder was used to set foundation and give skin a matte finish. Studio Finish Concealer in NC30 was applied to the cheekbones (for contour) using a #190 brush. Cream Colour Base in M·A·C Pro Dark Brown was applied underneath the eye, into the crease of the eyelid and at the top of the lash line, and blended with a #252 brush. Gloss Texture was then dabbed onto the eyelids. Lipstick in Charred Bed and Eye Shadow in Carbon were blended together and applied, with heavier intensity toward the center of the lip.

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