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M·A·C Fall/Winter 2010 Fashion Week Re-Cap


"Skin is the ultimate accessory. It's not about masking everything, but rather bringing out and revealing the girls' individual, natural beauty."- M·A·C artist, Lyne Desnoyers

"Skin is the ultimate accessory. It's not about masking everything, but rather bringing out and revealing the girls' individual, natural beauty."- M·A·C artist, Lyne Desnoyers

M·A·C Cosmetics continues to set the bar in beauty with their on-trend looks for Fashion Week. Celebrating their 15th year with New York Fashion Week, the cosmetics giant ruled the runways (both nationally and overseas) for the Fall/Winter 2010 season. Smoldering, super blended eyes, flawlessly “real” skin, and fiery RED lips defined the season at shows ranging from Chado Ralph Rucci to Vivienne Westwood Gold Label to L.A.M.B. Lyne Desnoyers (Director of Makeup Artistry for M·A·C) called the look ” flirting with luxury on a contemporary face.”   Gone are the days of over the top, perfected opulence. Instead, the focus at Fashion Week was “a sense of individual enhancement based in reality.”

The finish is cashmere, the tones warmest mink. The look was a 90's feel of tonal neutrality.

The finish is cashmere, the tones warmest mink. The look was a 90's feel of tonal neutrality.

"You can see where these shadows started, but not where they stop...it's about blending into nothingness."-M·A·C artist, Neil Young

"You can see where these shadows started, but not where they stop...it's about blending into nothingness."-M·A·C artist, Neil Young

Lineless, shadowy, beautifully blown out and blended. A modern approach to luxurious makeup.

Lineless, shadowy, beautifully blown out and blended. A modern approach to luxurious makeup.

The modern "smokey" eye included unexpected twists, squarer shapes, and NO mascara

The modern "smokey" eye included unexpected twists, squarer shapes, and NO mascara

"It's a call back to glamour but in a very reworked way...a black eye now is about taking one simple element and tailoring it to the face and working it more playfully."-M·A·C artist, Terry Barber
“It’s a call back to glamour but in a very reworked way…a black eye now is about taking one simple element and tailoring it to the face and working it more playfully.”-M·A·C artist, Terry Barber
"Couture, seductive, rockabilly, chic, gothic lady. Red has so many personalities."-M·A·C artist, Terry Barber

"Couture, seductive, rockabilly, chic, gothic lady. Red has so many personalities."-M·A·C artist, Terry Barber

Artists revamped the classic red lip by tweaking the texture; amplifying or turning down the tone. The look consisted of modern perfection, taking a formal shade and wearing it in an INformal manner.

Artists revamped the classic red lip by tweaking the texture; amplifying or turning down the tone. The look consisted of modern perfection, taking a formal shade and wearing it in an INformal manner.

"A seamlessly perfect, underplayed natural makeup, a red lip, or black eye that is at once flawless, yet spontaneously chic."- M·A·C artist, Lyne Desnoyers
“A seamlessly perfect, underplayed natural makeup, a red lip, or black eye that is at once flawless, yet spontaneously chic.”- M·A·C artist, Lyne Desnoyers

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