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CHANEL 2011 Paris-Byzance Metiers D’Art Show Beauty. “The theme of the collection, Paris-Byzance is a great inspiration on it’s own. The links and associations with Chanel are rich and plenty. Karl Lagerfeld gave Sam (McKnight) and me a sketch giving us a rough idea of the direction he wanted for the look, from then the tone was set. Karl also showed us the world-famous mosaic portrait of Theodora, the Empress of the Byzantine Empire Mosaic from the Saint-Vital de Ravenne Basilica, which very naturally became the inspiration for the show’s makeup.”
CHANEL Celebrity Makeup Artist Kate Lee worked with Rose Byrne at the Los Angeles premiere of Get Him To The Greek on Tuesday, May 25th, 2010. The Look & Inspiration: Sultry, 1960’s inspired makeup look.
How to makeup tutorial by CHANEL Celebrity Makeup Artist Kate Lee:
“Rose’s look was part Penelope Tree, part Belle du Jour. She has incredible eyebrows, and I wanted to push that 1960’s shape but keep it modern. ” “I worked along the lash line with CHANEL Long Lasting Eyeliner in Ebénè. I blended it out and into the socket line.
Gemma Arterton in CHANEL Beauté. CHANEL Celebrity Makeup Artist Kate Lee worked with Gemma Arterton at the Los Angeles premiere of Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time on Monday, May 17th, 2010.
How to get Gemma’s glamorous, fresh makeup look by CHANEL Celebrity Makeup Artist Kate Lee:
“I prepped Gemma’s skin with CHANEL Hydramax + Active Serum. On her eyes, I used a beautiful violet grey shadow from a new palette launching in July – CHANEL Quadra Eye Shadow in Enigma.
Following an explosive first season together, MAC Cosmetics & Milk Studios will partner once again to offer an innovative New York Fashion Week experience. Both veteran and emerging designers will host their runway shows, presentations and special events at MAC & Milk during New York Fall/Winter 2010 fashion week (February 11– February 18).
New to this season, MAC Cosmetics introduces the exclusive online only MAC & Milk Collection – a selection of backstage essentials found in every makeup artist’s kit. These show staples are consistently relied upon by the MAC PRO Team to create the key fashion week beauty trends throughout the world.
“Radiant skin, smokey eyes and beige lips seem to be a part of the beauty trends every season. The MAC & Milk Collection are the iconic products that create these trends. No makeup artist can live without these products during Fashion Week,” says Gordon Espinet, Vice President of Global Makeup Artistry, MAC Cosmetics.
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CHANEL 2010 SPRING/SUMMER HAUTE COUTURE BEAUTY: Get The Look and makeup tutorial.
“Karl Lagerfeld gave me three key words: Neon Baroque, Chemical Pastels and Liquid Silver. For the lips I used the new Summer 2010 Rouge Allure Lipstick in Genial. This coral shade perfectly matched the Technicolor and Neon Baroque spirit Karl wanted for the makeup at this show.”- Peter Philips, Global Creative Director of CHANEL Makeup.
Photo Credit: vincent lappartient – photographe
Marta Walsh says: I love the CHANEL Spring/Summer 2010 makeup, particularly the coral lips and the silver nail polish. I also loving the grey and white highlights on model’s hair, and yes, the hairstyle.
Peter used the following CHANEL products to create the runway beauty looks:
Skin prepared with Hydramax + Active Nourishing Cream for Dry Skin (Available in March 2010)
Complexion: Base Lumiere Illuminating Makeup Base Pro Lumiere Professional Finish Makeup SPF 15
Poudre Universelle Libre Natural Finish Loose Powder
Stylo Eclat Lumiere Highlighter Face Pen
Correcteur Perfection Long Lasting Concealer
2010 Golden Globes Beauty Trends: Another big trend of the evening was long, dramatic lashes set against smoky eyes as seen on True Blood’s Anna Paquin, actress Emily Blunt, and Glee’s Lea Michele. BTW-I love Anna’s Stella McCartney gown.
To get the look, try Dolce & Gabbana The Make Up Smooth Eye Color Quad in Champagne—the ideal palette to attain a smoky eye, along with the Crayon Intense Eyeliner in Black and Volumized Lashes Mascara in Black.
GET THE LOOK: Funny lady and Golden Globes nominee Tina Fey was made up by celebrity makeup artist Ana Marie last night at the 67th Golden Globe Awards using Lancôme products. Here’s the scoop on Tina Fey’s makeup at the awards straight from Ana Marie. The inspiration, says Ana Marie, was Old Hollywood/1950’s with a twist.
The makeup tutorial on how to get Tina Fey’s makeup look by celebrity makeup artist Ana Marie for Lancôme:
Tina’s skin was prepped with Lancôme Secret de Vie Toner (Ana Marie’s favorite!) and moisturized with Bienfait Multi Vital, a combination that keeps the skin looking vibrant all day. Lancôme Absolue Foundation in Pearl evened out Tina’s complexion. Ana Marie applied it with a foundation brush and blended with a damp sponge to make the foundation more transparent.
GET THE LOOK: Celebrity makeup artist Genevieve gave Courteney Cox her Golden Globes look, pairing a sexy smoky eye with a pale nude lip. Genevieve gave us all the details on the nominee’s look.
Genevieve lined Lancôme Le Crayon Khôl in Gris Noir on the upper and lower lash line to define Courteney’s eyes. Several coats of Lancôme Hypnôse mascara in black gave her lashes a beautiful boost of volume. Genevieve added Lancôme Color Design Eyeshadow in Honeymoon to the inner corner and The New Black to the outer corner to make Courteney’s eyes pop. Genevieve added just a touch of color to the cheeks with Giorgio Armani Sheer Cream Blush #2. For Courteney’s soft neutral colored pout, Genevieve dabbed on Lancôme Color Design Lipcolor in Pale Lip.
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GET THE LOOK: Lancôme’s new ambassadress Julia Roberts looked gorgeous on the red carpet at the Golden Globe Awards. Celebrity makeup artist Genevieve created Julia’s look and Talking Makeup got the inside scoop.
First, Genevieve applied Lancôme Bienfait Multi Vital Teinté to Julia’s flawless complexion. Just a hint of color was applied to the cheeks with Lancôme Color Design Cream Blush in Petticoat Pink. Genevieve used her finger to apply and pressed the color on to Julia’s cheeks. To create a dramatic eye, Le Crayon Khôl in Black Ebony was used. Several coats of Lancôme Définicils Pro Mascara in Black created lush, dark lashes. Genevieve opted for a soft natural-looking pout. She applied Lancôme Le Lipstique lip liner in Natural Mauve then coated the lips with Lancôme L’Absolu Rouge in Coquette and topped with Lancôme Juicy Tubes in Hallucination for a high-shine finish.
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GET THE LOOK: Christina Hendricks from Mad Men makeup look was created Celebrity Makeup Artist Vanessa Scali using products from shu uemura’s newest launches: Depsea Hydrability and Égérie Spring 2010 Collection.
Inspiration & The Look: “Effortless and chic: sheer satin eyes, pink milk-maid cheeks and a siren mouth. Christina’s dress has a sexy, yet soft look. We mirrored this with her make up. I love the contrast of the angelic, innocent face with the sexy edge of a strong mouth.”
Here is how to get Christina Hendricks’ red carpet makeup look at the 2010 Golden Globes:
PREPARE: I used shu uemura’s new Depsea Hydrability Moisture Cream. This cream seriously hydrates, yet disappears into the skin leaving the skin feeling fresh and smooth.
UNDEREYE: Lancôme’s Effacernes in Porcelain.
FOUNDATION: Applied minimal foundation, because Christina has nearly flawless skin. I used shu uemura’s Nobara Cream Cover Stick foundation.