The good people over at M·A·C were kind enough to share their facecharts from the Fall 2010 shows during London Fashion Week. Today’s facecharts include: Christopher Kane, Roksanda Ilincic, and Erdem, whose shows took place on Monday, February 22nd.
M·A·C artist, Lucia Pieroni described the look at Christopher Kane as, “androgynous and healthy”. Said the artist, ” It’s a sporty and young look. It’s a very nude face to work against the very graphic, black collection.” M·A·C Face and Body Foundation was applied to the face for sheer coverage. Pigment in Vanilla was used as a highlight while Mineralize Blush in Dainty were brushed on to the apples of the cheeks. Pieroni applied Pigment in Vanilla over the eyelids and Eye Shadow in Woodwinked (which was brushed on under the lashes and on the center of the eyelid). A combination of Brow Set in Clear as well as Lipglass in Clear were brushed up through the brows and lashes remained bare. Lastly, Lipstick in Peachstock and Lipglass in Clear were dabbed on to the center of the lips.
M·A·C artist, Lucia Pica created a “soft, seventies disco look done in a modern, fashion-y way.” for Roksanda Ilincic‘s Fall 2010 show. Pica applied M·A·C Studio Moisture Fix with Careblends Essential Oils in Grapefruit and Chamomile to give the skin a dewy sheen. Select Cover-Up combined with Studio Moisture Fix was then applied (only where needed for sheer coverage). Blushcreme in Posey was blended softly along cheekbones, while Reflects Glitter in Blue was pressed with the fingertips on top of the blush. Reflects Glitter in Gold was pressed all over the eyelid and up to the brow bones and temples with a #165 brush (staying clear of the lash line). M·A·C Studio Fix Lash in Black Fix was applied to the top lashes only (pulled out toward the sides). Brow Set in Clear was then brushed upwards through the brows. For the lips, Pica combined Lipsticks in Russian Red, Spice It Up, Cocachino, and Lipglass in Desire for the perfect brownish-purple hue. An added layer of gloss was applied for a rich, seventies lip using a #318 brush.
M·A·C artist Andrew Gallimore created a moody vibe for models at Erdem. Said the artist,” We wanted her to look like she’s survived someting (not too tragic though!-could just be a night out). It’s more a mood than a makeup, using skin products more than actual colors.” For the face, Gallimore applied M·A·C Studio Sculpt Foundation (using one shade lighter on the cheekbones as a textureless highlight). Studio Finish Color Corrector in Deep Brown gave the eye a shapeless, smoky stain that was blended into the lash lines and eyelid. Powerpoint Eye Pencil in Engraved was layered on to top and bottom lash lines to give the smokiness added depth. Mineralized Powder was then brushed through the brows. Gallimore then applied Studio Sculpt Foundation to lips to (subtly) mute out their natural color.
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