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Mandy Coon for Spring 2012

NARS created the makeup look for the Mandy Coon Spring 2012 runway show.


Backstage at  Mandy Coon for Spring 2012

Here’s how…

Donna Karan Fall 2011

New York Fashion Week Report. Donna Karan Fall 2011. Makeup by MAC Cosmetics.

“Tippi hedren with a modern twist… it’s an early 50’s lip of “pepto” pink against a caramel, coffee-lacquered eye, with skin highlighted to perfection.”-Charlotte Tilbury

Donna Karan Fall 2011 makeup face chart by MAC

Eye

MAC pro mid-toned sepia cream colour base – blended with a halo effect around the eyelid and lower lashes m·a·c pro gloss texture – applied over eyelids for lacquered effect

Giambattista Valli Paris Fashion Week SS 2011

Fashion Designer: Giambattista Valli. The Makeup Look & Inspiration: “It’s all based on monochromes, either stark black or white as a simple gesture of liner under the eye on a very clean, scrubbed skin… it’s about stripping the idea of punk all the way back to the simple element – it’s very modern.”-Val Garland. Makeup by MAC.


Giambattista Valli Paris Fashion Week SS 2011 face chart by MAC Cosmetics

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Elie Saab Paris Fashion Week SS 2011

Designer: Elie saab. The Makeup Look & Inspiration: “The look is sophisticated, but very fresh. The green on the eye was perfect because it was not too heavy and gave it that ’70s glamour.”-Tom Pecheux. Makeup by MAC.


Elie Saab Paris Fashion Week SS 2011 face chart by MAC

The makeup & how using all MAC:

Louis Vuitton Spring Summer 2011

Paris Fashion Week SS 2011. Redken Creative Consultant, Guido created a head turning style at Louis Vuitton. The Hairstyle & Inspiration: At Louis Vuitton, the hair was a highly polished twist close to the head.


All photos by Matt Lever for Redken

“We’ve been seeing a lot of smaller shapes this season, and the look for Louis Vuitton is very sophisticated, V-shaped twist.” –Guido, Redken Creative Consultant

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Sonia Rykiel Spring Summer 2011

Paris Fashion Week SS 2011. Designer: Sonia Rykiel.  “It’s a nod to the seventies but done in a modern way, how a Rykiel girl today would wear it, wearing an electric purple matte lip on a dewy skin.”-Charlotte Tilbury for MAC.


Sonia Rykiel Spring Summer 2011 makeup face chart by MAC Cosmetics

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Miu Miu Spring Summer 2011

Wrapping up Paris Fashion Week SS 2011, Guido for Redken concluded the hair for his last show, Miu Miu with a small shape and hair rolled under to create a bob effect.


Photo Credit: Matt Lever for Redken

“This is another take on a small shape, rather than having the hair tight, this is a looser alternative to a small head style.” –Guido, Redken Creative Consultant

Redken Products & how to:

CHANEL 2011 SPRING/SUMMER READY-TO-WEAR BEAUTY

Karl Lagerfeld showed me a sketch he had drawn of a girl with smoky eyes, so it was clear that we would put the focus on the eyes for this show…

“…The inspiration for the color came from the black-white-green French garden that was recreated in the Grand Palais, from the glow that we can find in black, grey and white pearls, and the enamel that Karl integrated into the costume jewelry. I created deep, dark smoky eyes on a luminous fresh face with tinted, dewy lips. Nails were graphic and strong, and a thin black line was drawn in the hair.”- Peter Philips, Global Creative Director of CHANEL Makeup

Peter used the following CHANEL products to create the runway beauty looks:

Alexander McQueen Spring Summer 2011

Paris Fashion Week SS 2011. At Alexander McQueen, the fantastical look was basket-weaved panels inspired by nature, straw, wicker and basket weaving.


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“The collection is very inspired by nature and creating things from what is around you. This style was inspired by whicker, straw and basket weaving – it’s a fantasy hairstyle and not meant to be wearable.” –Guido, Redken Creative Consultant

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Yves Saint Laurent Spring Summer 2011

Paris Fashion Week SS 2011. At Yves Saint Laurent, the look was once again, wet with high-shine, but this time it was an inverted roll around the head, inspired by a strong woman.


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“For this show, the designer wanted a very structured look, so we went with a style that is very close to the head and high-shine and wet looking. This represents a very strong woman and the shine adds a bit of drama.” –Guido, Redken Creative Consultant

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