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M·A·C Makeup Looks at Milan Fashion Week: Marni, Salvatore Ferragamo, and Missoni

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: Marni, Salvatore Ferragamo, and Missoni, whose shows took place on Sunday, February 28th.



M·A·C artist, Tom Pecheux created a single-hued vibe for the models at Marni. Said the artist,” She’s like a woman in a Modigliani painting- everything is very monochromatic in flat blocks of soft color.” M·A·C Studio Sculpt Foundation was applied as a base, while Studio Sculpt Concealer was used only where needed. Prep+Prime Transparent Finishing Powder was dusted all over the face for matte skin. Mineralize Blush in Utterly Game was lightly touched over cheekbones with a #168 brush. Pecheux then applied M·A·C Eye Shadow in Flourishing (washed from lash line to brow with a #225 brush for a very soft veil of color. Lip Pencil in Spice was drawn into the center of the mouth and diffused with a #219 brush, while Eye Shadow in Brown Script was patted on top for a matte, copper toned mouth.

Salvatore Ferragamo


“The girl is a beauty. No big statement, just fresh and naturally gorgeous in camel and honey tones. She’s chic, elegant, and proper.” said M·A·C artist, Tom Pecheux of the look at Salvatore Ferragamo. M·A·C Face and Body Foundation was applied as a base, while Studio Sculpt Concealer was used where needed. Mineralize Skinfinish Natural Powder in Medium Dark was then applied to contour the cheekbone with a #119 brush. Pecheux used Mineralize Skinfinish Natural Powder in Medium Dark over the lids and Eye Kohl in Prunella (traced along the upper lash line, very finely and softly smudged). Opulash Mascara in Bad, Bad Black was applied to top lashes, while Pro Lash Mascara in Charcoal Brown was used on lower lashes. Eye Shadow in Cork was brushed through the brows for a slight boyish feel. Lipstick in To Pamper (available Fall 2010) was then applied straight from the tube and patted in with the fingertips.



M·A·C artist Lucia Pieroni channeled a culturally enriched, rock look for Missoni‘s Fall 2010 collection. Said the artist,” She’s a little bit Scottish, a little Masal, a little punk”. M·A·C Strobe Cream was applied on the high planes of the face, while Select Moisturecover Concealer was applied where needed, and set with Invisible Set Powder. Pieroni applied Eye Shadow in Concrete or Coquette was brushed on very softly around the eye for the slightest shaded effect. Lashes were left bare and Brow Set in Clear was brushed upward through the brows. Eye Pencil in Ebony was used to line and balance the deep lip. Lipsticks in Cyber and Hang-Up were blended together to form an aubergine shade and brushed onto the lip, blending in the liner. Matte Texture was then applied over the top to erase shine.

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