The good people over at M·A·C were kind enough to share their facecharts from the Fall 2010 shows during Milan Fashion Week. Today’s facecharts include: Max Mara, Etro, Emilio Pucci, and Moschino, whose shows took place on Saturday, February 27th.
M·A·C artist Tom Pecheux once again created a look inspired by late photographer, Helmut Newton, for the models at Max Mara. Said the artist, “The reference could be a Helmut Newton woman, or the bad Bond girl. She’s powerful and ultra feminine with a graphic cat eye.” Pecheux applied M·A·C Studio Sculpt Foundation with a #191 brush. Loose Invisible Set Powder was brushed on for a matte finish. Sculpting Powder in Sculpt was used under the cheekbones for contour. The artist then applied M·A·C Eye Kohl in Smolder, which was drawn along lash lines and blended out with a #266 angle brush in a “graphic feline, pulled out” shape. Eye Shadow in Carbon was then blended over the liner. Pigments in Golden Lemon and Vanilla were blended together to create a gold highlight for the brow bone, inner part of eye socket, inner corners of the eyes, and all around the top of the cheekbone in a “c” shape. Opulash Mascara in Bad, Bad Black was then applied to the lashes, while Eye Shadows in Embark or Mystery (for brunettes) and Omega (for blondes) were used to define brows. For lips, Pecheux used M·A·C Lipstick in To Pamper (available in Fall 2010) for a creamy, neutral tone.
“It’s a handsome, early eighties look. Very opium den eyes; shaded and softly smoked so they just look shadowed.” said M·A·C artist, Charlotte Tilbury of the look at Etro. M·A·C Studio Sculpt Foundation was used for a perfect, fresh finish. Sculpting Powder in Shadowy and Sculpt were brushed under cheekbones to contour. Mineralize All-Over Lotion was then touched onto the tops of the cheekbones to highlight. Tilbury then blended Eye Pencil in Earthline around the top and bottom lashes. Eye Shadow in Copperplate was then placed on top of the liner and blended. Sculpting Powders in Sculpt and Shadowy were applied in a super blown out square shape. Opulash Mascara in Bad, Bad Black was applied to top lashes only, while brows were left bare for a modern feel. Tilbury also left lips bare using only a bit of Lip Conditioner patted onto the mouth.
According to M·A·C artist, Lisa Butler,”The Pucci woman has evolved into a strong, luxurious, effortlessly groomed creature. It’s accessible and street-y with a rubbed in khaki eye and peachy skin and lip.” M·A·C Face and Body Foundation was massaged into skin for a clean look. Mineralize Skinfinish in Natural was applied to set foundation. Blushcreme in Lilicent was then applied to warm the cheeks high up on the cheekbones. Butler then applied M·A·C Eye Pencil in Lichen (rubbed into the bottom lash line). Opulash Mascara in Bad, Bad Black was applied to top and bottom lashes, while brows were kept bare but groomed. Lips were kept light with a touch of Blushcreme in Lilicent dabbed onto the mouth.
M·A·C artist, Charlotte Tilbury created an eighties vibe for the models at Moschino . Said the artist,” She’s an eighties girl and they wanted that classic lip: creamy textured, hot red, not too perfected.” Tilbury applied M·A·C Mineralize All-Over Lotion (massaged all over the face to prime the skin). Studio Sculpt Concealer was applied where necessary for a clean look. Eye makeup was skipped since the models wore huge black sunglasses, while lips took center stage. Lip Pencil in Cherry was drawn into the center of the mouth with intensity. Lipstick in Russian Red was then applied straight from the tube for a bright, satin finish, while a cotton swab was then used to slightly blur the edges.
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