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: Zac Posen, Carolina Herrera, Donna Karan, Rad Hourani, and Halston, whose shows took place on Monday, February 15th.
To create the look of “youth and freedom” for Zac Posen, M·A·C artist, Stephane Marais applied M·A·C Face and Body Foundation over the entire face while Studio Finish Skin Corrector was dabbed on where needed. Cream Colour Base in Shell was then applied to the center of the cheekbone. Using a M·A·C #239 brush, Marais smudged Eye Pencil in Smolder around the waterline of the eye. Creme Liner in Black and Mixing Medium Water Base was used to create horizontal stokes in the crease of the eyelid and the same below the eye with heavier strokes in the center. Studio Fix Lash mascara in Black Fix was then applied to top and bottom lashes. Lipstick in Hipster was blotted all over the lips with Dubonnet layered over the top (onto the center of the mouth).
M·A·C artist, Diane Kendal described the look at Carolina Herrera as, “Biba and Sarah Moon. Late 70′s opulent; dark purples and deep reds.” Kendal applied Face and Body Mixing Medium to the entire face and used Blot Film to remove any excess shine. Mineralize Foundation SPF 15 was layered over the Mixing Medium with a dusting of Prep + Prime Transparent Finishing Powder to set. M·A·C Lip Pencil in Night Moth was blended along the rim of the eye and the crease of the eyelid. M·A·C Pro Eyeshadow in Indian Ink was swept across the crease of the eyelid and around the upper and lower lash line. Eye Shadow in Vibrant Grape and Mineralize Eye Shadow Duo in My Dark Magic (available in Fall ’10) was then layered onto the eyelid and crease of the eye. Kendal topped the look off with Zoom Mascara in Zoomblack and Lipglass in Docile (available in Fall ’10).
The look at Donna Karan according to M·A·C artist, Charlotte Tilbury, was “very film noir: porcelain skin, deep red lips; dramatic and cinematic.” M·A·C Face and Body Foundation was applied to the entire face and Select Cover-Up Concealer was applied where needed. Lip Treatment was dabbed along the cheekbones for highlight. Pro Cream Colour Base in Airforce Blue was applied to the crease of the eyelid, with a touch of Lip Treatment on top for added shine. Eye Kohl in Fascinating and Eye Pencil in Fleshtone were penciled into the waterline of the eye. Tilbury lined the lips to give precise definition with Lip Pencil in Cherry. A blend of Ruby Woo lipstick and M·A·C Pro Lipmix in Burgundy were brushed on for depth and texture.
“The collection is about androgyny and unisex, so we created a face that reflects this,” says M·A·C artist, Hung Vanngo about the look at Rad Hourani. To moisturize and refresh the skin, Vanngo applied M·A·C Fast Response Eye Cream below the eye. Studio Sculpt SPF 15 Foundation was applied for a smooth, matte finish. Prep + Prime Transparent Finishing Powder was then dusted over the top to set. Eyes were minimal with only Studio Sculpt SPF 15 Foundation brushed through the lashes with a mascara wand. M·A·C Lip Erase in Dim or Pale was applied to the lip to mute the natural color.
M·A·C artist, Lisa Butler described the look at Halston as, “sophisticated, sculpted, and well defined- using creamy textures to create a natural yet intense face.” M·A·C Full Coverage Foundation and Strobe Cream were blended together and applied for a sheer finish. Paint Pot in Quite Natural and Blushcreme in Brit Wit were washed over the cheekbones for contour. Pro Cream Colour Base in Madly Magenta was applied through the cheekbones and temples to highlight the face. The artist then applied Eye Kohl in Teddy to the inner corner of the eye, with Paint Pot in Quite Natural brushed on to the eyelid and blended toward the brow. Zoomfast mascara in Zoomblack was then brushed through the top and bottom lashes. Lips were kept nude with a combination of Lip Pencil in Spice, Lip Conditioner, and Lipglass in Jealous, to give the mouth a naked sheen.
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