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SK-II & Gucci Westman Backstage At Hellessy SS18 NYFW
Backstage at the HELLESSY Spring/Summer 2018 RTW Collection in New York, Makeup Artist Gucci Westman prepped models’ skin with luxury skincare brand SK-II including her latest favorite, the new LXP Ultimate Revival Eye Cream which launches mid-September.
Sk-II & Gucci Westman Backstage At Monse FW’17
This is a New York Fashion Week FW 2017 Report. Backstage at the MONSE Fall/Winter 2017 RTW Collection in New York, Makeup Artist Gucci Westman prepped models’ skin with luxury skincare brand SK-II prior to makeup application.
“The inspiration for the beauty look was inspired by a deconstructed, urban film noir-type girl,” said Gucci Westman. “A girl that feels very real, approachable, and beautiful.”
To ensure each model had a luminous, radiant complexion, Gucci applied the iconic SK-II Facial Treatment Essence, followed by GenOptics Aura Essence and the NEW R.N.A. Power Eye Cream (launching this month!)
Rag & Bone Fall Winter 2011
New York Fashion Week Report. Rag & Bone Fall Winter 2011. Makeup: Revlon’s Global Artistic Director, Gucci Westman, paired a smoky eye with sun burnt skin for the Rag & Bone Fall 2011 collection, bringing forth the designer’s vision of an urban Eskimo.
“The look is about a nomadic traveler. She’s an effortless Eskimo,” says Westman. “I created a smoky coal-hued eye and a sun burnt look to the skin.”
REVLON PRODUCTS TO GET THE LOOK AS SEEN BACKSTAGE AT RAG & BONE:
Backstage at Luca Luca Fall 2011
New York Fashion Week Report. Revlon’s Global Artistic Director, Gucci Westman, backstage at Luca Luca Fall 2011.
Revlon’s Global Artistic Director, Gucci Westman, paired a contoured eye with a strong lip for the Luca Luca Fall 2011 collection, bringing forth the designer’s vision of a forest fairytale filled with lush orange and okra hues.
“The look is about a fresh, modern girl on an adventure,” says Westman. “She’s refined, yet modern. I created an eye that is contoured but not overly done so the attention is focused on the bright, striking lip.”
Kim Kardashian Allure Magazine Cover September 2010 Issue
Kim Kardashian scored the cover of Allure Magazine September 2010 Issue. Kim was photographed by Michael Thompson. Hairstylist: Garren. Makeup: Gucci Westman. All inspired by Elizabeth Taylor. Do you love?
Watch: Kim Kardashian her Allure photoshoot
Kim Kardashian’s Makeup: “Kim has gorgeous skin, and we wanted to play it up with a luminous look,” said Gucci Westman…
Cameron Diaz at the Knight & Day Movie Premiere Rio de Janeiro
Cameron Diaz Makeup: Revlon’s Global Artistic Director, Gucci Westman uses her Day Dreamer collection to create a luminous makeup look for Cameron Diaz at the Knight & Day movie premiere in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Cameron stopped the show as she walked the red carpet with fellow cast mate Tom Cruise, Tuesday, July 06, 2010.
To capture her A‐List celebrity look, follow Gucci’s tips and tricks.
The How To & Makeup Tutorial
1. Apply Revlon ColorStay 12 Hour Eye Shadow Quad in Summer Suedes to the eyelid socket and blend outward. This limited edition quad from DayDreamer was created by Westman – including the chic silver case.
The Best Red Lips For Fall 2010
Lipstick lovers always look forward to fall because it’s the season of the bold lip. If you’re not yet ready to plunge into the deep hues of the glampire beauty trend, there are many interpretations of the more classic crimson look. Oh, and stop making fun of your mother about her lip pencil: The formerly eschewed makeup implement is making a major comeback this fall. Get your sharpeners ready: Here are our favorite red lip looks of the season.
Red lips at (L-R) Richard Chai, Vivienne Tam and Herve Léger.
Photo: Jemal Countess/Getty Images, Maybelline, gorunway.com
At Richard Chai, Gucci Westman for Revlon keyed makeup. Lips were defined with new-for-fall Revlon Suede Rhapsody Multi-Use Palette, set to launch in September 2010. First, Gucci applied ColorStay Lip Liner in Red all over the lip as a base, then painted on the deeper red lipstick from the palette which created a matte effect. “The clothes don’t have a lot of color, so I felt a pop of pigment was needed on the lips,” explains Westman.
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