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: Kenzo, Emanuel Ungaro, Giambattista Valli, and Chloe, whose shows took place on Monday, March 8th and Tuesday, March 9th.
M·A·C artist, Tom Pecheux gave the models at Kenzo a multi-culti, elegant vibe. Said the artist, ” The Kenzo woman is an amazing woman-very multicultural with elegance and you’re never sure where she’s from. Add a peach color that is not too girly or bronzy-like a feel good color that is reminiscent of the 80′s. To give the look a “sick” quality, we have given them dry, mustard lips.” M·A·C Studio Sculpt Foundation was set with Prep+Prime Transparent Finishing Powder to pale and perfect skin. Blush in Utterly Game was then washed over the cheeks and up across the brow bone in a soft “v” shape. Pecheux applied M·A·C Pigment in Lithe (available Fall 2010) to highlight the lids (using a #224 brush). Several coats of Opulash Mascara in Bad, Bad Black were applied to both top and bottom lashes. For lips, Pecheux applied Lipstick in Chintz with Invisible Set Powder dusted on top to set.
“She’s a young French girl going out at night-as natural as an evening look can be,” said M·A·C artist, Carole Lasnier of the look at Emanuel Ungaro. M·A·C Face and Body Foundation in White was applied for sheer, pale coverage. Full Coverage Foundation in White was used to conceal and highlight the under eye. Set Powder in Porcelain and Iridescent Powder in Silver Dusk was applied to highlight the cheekbone, while Powder Blush in Dame and Pink Swoon was brushed on to flush the cheeks very softly, in a girly way. Face and Body Foundation in White was applied to the eyelids as a base (to highlight). Set Powder in Porcelain was used to highlight the inner corner of the eye. Eye Shadow in Kid was smudged on the outer corner of the eye and blended outwards. Studio Fix Mascara in Black was then applied to top lashes only, while Brow Set in Clear was combed through the brows. For lips, Lasnier applied Cream Colour Base in Pink Shock to the center of the mouth very softly with the fingers.
M·A·C artist, Val Garland created a “neo-classical” vibe for the models at Giambattista Valli. Said the artist,” It’s Jean Shrimpton made more futuristic and sporty.” M·A·C Face and Body Foundation was applied as a base, while Prep+Prime Transparent Finishing Powder was dusted on to set. Cream Colour Base was then applied to contour. Garland used M·A·C Eye Pencil in Coffee (to draw the slightest swish in the contour). Fluidline in Dipdown was applied very precisely with a #209 brush in a graphic, elongated bat wing shape. Fluidline in Blacktrack was then painted above the brown liner. Zoomlash Mascara in Lofty Brown was touched on to the roots of the lashes only. Chromacake in Pure White was painted on with a #209 brush half a centimeter below the lower lashes following the shape of the liner. Two pairs of #35 lashes were used for a heavy, hooded eye that’s sixties but more mechanical. Lips were kept muted with Lip Erase in Dim patted on to the mouth.
“It’s the makeup of French actresses…Dominique Sanda, Carole Bouquet, very expensive and ultra luxe”, said M·A·C artist, Charlotte Tilbury of the look at Chloe. Tilbury used M·A·C Studio Sculpt Foundation sheered out with Mineralize All-Over Lotion. Prep+Prime Transparent Finishing Powder was applied all over the skin to create a satin, matte finish. Pro Sculpting Powders in Sculpt, Shadowy, and Bone Beige as well as Powder Blush in Taupe contoured the cheekbones and was blended through the temples. Cream Colour Base in Air Force Blue was applied to the eyelids. Paintstick in Black mixed with the Cream Colour Base was blended into the crease of the lids. The same mix was applied onto lower lash line and blended. Pro Lash Mascara in Black was then applied to the roots of the lashes, while Brow Set in Beguile was brushed upwards through brows. Brow Pencil in Fling or Lingering was used to fill in sparse areas of the brows. Lips were kept nude with only Lipstick in Freckletone patted onto the mouth.
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