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M·A·C Makeup Looks at London Fashion Week: Peter Pilotto, Nathan Jenden, and Jonathan Saunders

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: Peter Pilotto, Nathan Jenden, and Jonathan Saunders, whose shows took place on Tuesday, February 23rd.

Peter Pilotto

Peter PilottoSaid M·A·C artist, Lisa Houghton of the look at Peter Pilotto‘s Fall 2010 show, “She’s a chic, polished lady, but still has a bit of quirky attitude.  I was inspired by a shot of a dust track in Ethiopia in “Traveler” magazine (Autumn 09)-taken by Marco Paoluzzo.”  M·A·C Studio Moisture Fix was applied lightly over the skin as a primer. Studio Fix along with Face and Body Foundation were both used for a well groomed look. Prep+Prime Transparent Finishing Powder was buffed all over, while Sculpting Powder was used under the cheekbones for a taupe, womanly feel. Eye Shadow in Wild By Nature was applied over the entire eyelid, with Eye Shadow in Fresh Water blended through the crease. Paint Stick in Blue was then dabbed into the inner corners of the eye and along the socket line before being powdered to set.  Eye Shadow in Shag was taken beneath the lower lashes for soft definition. Houghton then topped eyes off with Pro Lash Mascara in Black (applied to top and bottom lashes).  M·A·C Blushcreme in Uncommon mixed with Lip Erase in Dim were blended together and patted onto the mouth for a healthy, nude, “polished” lip.

Nathan Jenden

Nathan JendenM·A·C artist, Makky created a “tribal chic” look at Nathan Jenden.  Said the artist, “The clothes are already very powerful so I wanted the makeup to have a simple statement that’s still bold and modern.” M·A·C Face and Body Foundation was set with Invisible Set Powder for very perfect, matte skin. Iridescent Loose Powder in Golden Bronze was applied to highlight the cheeks and the bridge of the nose on darker skin tones. Mineralize Skinfinish in Soft and Gentle was applied to highlight the cheeks and bridge of the nose on lighter skin tones. Makky created 2 looks for the eyes: for darker skin tones, the artist used M·A·C Chromaline in White (applied in a slight 50′s shape, precisely on the upper  lash line. Eye Shadow in Gesso was then placed on top of the Chromaline. For a bold brow, Makky used Brow Pencils in Spiked or Stud. On lighter skin tones, M·A·C Water Based Mixing Medium and Pigment in Silver were blended together  to create a metallic silver liner, also painted on in a 50′s shape. Lip Pencil in Chestnut was drawn precisely around the mouth and was blended inwards. Eye Pencil in Ebony was used for darker skin tones. M·A·C Pro Paint Stick in Black filled in the lips.

Jonathan Saunders

Jonathan Saunders

“She’s a cool, nerdy, beautiful art student influenced by 1930′s intellectuals,” says M·A·C artist, Andrew Gallimore of the looks at Jonathan Saunders. M·A·C Face and Body Foundation was applied to create beautiful, glowing skin. Select Moisturecover Concealer was applied where necessary, while Invisible Set Powder was dusted over the top of the nose and eyelids. Mineralize Blush in Dainty was then applied to the apples of the cheeks with a #129 brush for a soft, blown out look. Gallimore then used M·A·C Select Moisturecover Concealer mixed with Pro Lip Erase in Dim and different shades of pink lipsticks to warm up the lips (adjusted to suit the skin tone of each model).

Image Layouts: Michelle Peredo

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