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Multi-platinum singer and songwriter Beyoncé wore NARS cosmetics on the red carpet at today’s Billboard Women In Music Awards, where she received the award for “Woman of the Year.” Beyoncé’s celebrity makeup artist Jackie Gomez explains her look: “I loved the color of her dress so much so I wanted to mirror the effect that it had against her skin- the Cleo Duo Eyeshadow (see image below on right) was perfect.” And, Jackie informed us that Beyoncé is a BIG fan of NARS!
The following NARS products were used to achieve her look:
-NARS Sedona Sheer Matte Foundation
-NARS Sedona Powder Foundation
-NARS Albatross Highlighting Blush Powder
MAC Trend F/W ’09 is available from September 17, 2009 and October 2009. As designers deepen their fascination with all things architectural, from Raf Simon’s structural dresses for Jil Sander to the futuristic, constructed ‘pod’ shoes that we saw at Balenciaga, so too goes the modern face.
The shapes and steely colours in this collection are an expression of the trend, an ode to the Strength of a Woman, rendered with true architectural precision. The geometry of eyes in graphic, graphite tones of grey with the beguiling blue sheen of an elegant grid of sky-reflecting windows on a stunning concrete skyscraper, Trend F/W ’09 is a living tower of power Lips are dark or seductively nude. The fragrance? Asphalt Flower, a limited-life scent as bold and urbane as the Modern Metropolis.
MAC Trend F/W ’09 the makeup collection:
Asphalt Flower: Glossy violet and iris petals cast an ebonized sheen over dark clouds of vanilla and patchouli. Like a shimmering lace veil this scent caresses and envelops of glamour and drama. Top Note: Violet, Ylang Mid: Iris, Heliotrope Dry: Olibanum, Patchouli, Vanilla. Suggested Retail Price $20.00 U.S./$24.00 CDN
Watch Marta video blog talking about some of her favorite products in her makeup bag!
Products Marta loves:
DiorShow Mascara by Dior
Giorgio Armani Beauty Eyes To Kill Mascara
Giorgio Armani Beauty Lasting Silk UV Foundation SPF 20
Giorgio Armani Beauty Light Master Primer
New York Fashion Week Spring 2010 Makeup Trend Report.
Show: Chris Benz Spring 2010 Collection
Lead Makeup Artist: Daniel Martin for Lancôme
The Trend: Coral-colored pout.
The Look: Refined 60’s party girl. Healthy skin and stand-out lips: Chris’ spring collection is full of whimsical fabrics, colorful ornamentation and texture pieces. For the makeup Chris asked Daniel to create a sun-kissed fresh look. He wanted healthy skin and prominent lip.
Daniel gave the models a natural glow by applying GÉNIFIQUE Youth Activating Concentrate to clean skin followed by GÉNIFIQUE Eye (Available 10/15/09) to brighten and open up the eye area. The complexion was perfectly even and polished. Shu Uemura Nobara Foundation was applied to even out the skin tone and Lancôme AGELESS MINÉRALE WITH WHITE SAPPHIRE COMPLEX (A perfecting and setting mineral powder) was dusted over the entire face. POP ‘N CHEEKS in Coral Flirt (Available Spring 2010) was used as a highlighter and lightly applied to the cheekbones near the temple for just a hint of color.
To define the eyes, Daniel smudged LE CRAYON KHÔL in Black Coffee on the upper and lower lash lash lines. Several coats of HYPNÔSE Mascara in Black were applied for thick, black lashes.
Lips were bright and creamy. Daniel used L’ABSOLU ROUGE in Chris & Tell (Available Spring 2010 at Saks Fifth Avenue) for a vivid, coral-colored pout. Chris & Tell is the fifth lipstick in the POUT-A-PORTER designer lipstick series. In the meantime, the waiting list is open at Lancôme’s Upper West Side Boutique. simply call 212-362-4858 to be added to the waiting list.
Show: Marc Jacobs Spring 2010
Lead Artist: François Nars, Founder and Creative Director of NARS Cosmetics
Trend: Theatrical Makeup
Inspiration: The look of the Marc Jacobs collection was inspired by the contemporary dancer, Martha Graham: Old-fashioned and theatrical but graceful and precise. At the same time, however, there was a darker side that was shone through: a quality of gothic romance. Ballerinas with a sense of mystery- as if part of them, along with some of their makeup, had been left behind on stage.
Look: Left-over stage makeup. The models weren’t meant to have perfect makeup- rather, they were meant to encompass a “just came off-stage” effect. “Dancers in theater and opera always have white faces, pointed lips and an eye that is drawn outward, not upward-it’s very theatrical, very ballet,” said François Nars. He stressed the importance of the eye for this look, noting that “the shape of the eyeliner is important- it should open the eyes, especially underneath. The slashes of white is something they used to do in the 70s- it brings a 3-dimensional feeling to the makeup.”
Below are some key products and steps for recreating the look:
Ginnifer Goodwin, star in the HBO series “Big Love” has made her mark in Hollywood on the red carpet at last nights 2009 Emmy Awards! mark celebrity makeup artist Mai Quynh explains how she created Ginnifer’s gorgeous red carpet look.
How to Get Ginnifer’s Red Carpet look:
Face: “Ginnifer wore a beautiful, Fuschia strapless dress, so we wanted to keep her look more neutral, but focused on her eyes. To get her look, I started by applying mark Face Xpert Flawless Touch Makeup in Buff with a foundation brush. I then applied mark Get Bright Hook Up Highlighter in Light above her cheekbones and mark Good Riddance Hook Up Highlighter in Fair/Light under her eyes. Once the foundation and creams were applied, I set everything by dusting mark Matte-Nificent in Buff/Natural with a powder brush. And finally, to give her a warm glow, I swept mark Good Glowing Mosaic Blush in Hush Baby on her cheeks using the blush/bronzer brush.”
Kristin Cavallari wore MAC Cosmetics to the MTV Video Music Awards aka VMAs in New York on Sunday, September 13th, 2009.
MAC Cosmetics Products used:
•Lipstick in Myth
•Plushglass in Fulfilled
•3 Lash and 7 lash combined
•Eye Kohl (pencil) in Smolder
•Crème Liner in Black
•Face and Body Foundation in N5
Visit www.maccosmetics.com for additional product details!
Image via: www.zimbio.com
Red carpet beauty scoop: get the look of Christina Applegate at the 2009 Emmy awards. Christina ‘s look was created by Makeup Artist: Joanna Schlip for Clarins.
The Makeup Look: Joanna was inspired by Christina’s dramatic, sweeping gown by Basil Soda when creating her makeup look. The vintage glamour of the navy stunner called for simple makeup that still made a statement. With her hair pulled back in a chic chignon, Joanna was able to play up Christina’s eyes with a sexy retro smolder, while keeping her skin fresh and lips softly pink. Like the dress, Christina’s makeup exuded a Brigitte Bardot 60’s cool, with a modern twist.
Emmy nominee Christina Applegate, nominated for Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for “Samantha Who” at the 61st Primetime Emmy Awards. Nokia Theatre, Los Angeles CA, September 20, 2009. Photo Credit: Mathew Imaging/WireImage.com
Skincare: To create a radiant glow, Joanna prepped Christina’s skin with three steps: First she cleansed with Clarins Water Comfort One Step Cleanser. She then applied Clarins Multi-Active Day moisturizer, followed with Clarins Beauty Flash Balm for smooth, hydrated, radiant skin.
New York Fashion Week Spring 2010 Report: Makeup artist Tina Turnbow used Nyx Professional Makeup to create makeup looks for Whitney Port’s new clothing line, Whitney Eve, giving the models a playful, “Alice in Wonderland”-inspired look as they walked down the runway
Here’s how you can get the look:
Doll Play: Big lashes are the look for Spring. Tina used Nyx Professional Makeup’s Doll Eye Mascara in Volume to create, big open eyes. For extra definition, the model’s eyes were lined with Nyx Professional Makeup’s Felt Tip Eyeliner in Black, with a sexy cat-eye swoop.