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Lancôme’s Artistic Director for Makeup Aaron De Mey wanted to create a “super bronzed” complexion with chocolate eyes and soft bronze lips. For the eyes, he applied dark brown eyeliner to the upper and lower lash line and into the crease and blended away any edges.
L’Wren Scott Spring 2012 makeup look by Lancôme, New York Fashion Week
NARS created the look for the Naeem Kahn runway show. LEAD ARTIST: James Boehmer, NARS Director of Global Artistry . TREND: Metallic eyes.
Backstage at Naeem Kahn for Spring 2012, New York Fashion Week
DESIGNER INSPIRATION: “I was very much inspired by Spain – its culture, its heritage and the colors and style,” said designer Naeem Kahn. “The woman I’m designing for is glamorous – but vibrant. She’s sexy and confident.”
NARS created the makeup look for the 3.1 phillip lim runway show. LEAD ARTIST: Francelle, NARS National Makeup Artist. TREND: Metallic eyes and pink lips.
Backstage at 3.1 phillip lim for Spring 2012
DESIGNER INSPIRATION: “An evolution of working with geometry and athlethism the Spring 2012 collection concentrates on the freedom and fragility of kites,” said designer Phillip Lim. “The geometry of kite tails captured between layers of chiffon echo the notions of frame work and structure.”
Frederic Fekkai Lead Stylist Didier Malige created a sexy, relaxed look for Rachel Zoe’s Spring-Summer 2012 Fashion Week Presentation.
Inspiration: Didier Malige created a hair style that is personalized for the look of each model and each outfit. The general look was inspired by the idea of wearing hair from the night before, creating a very fresh, messy and natural look.
How to get the look…
Revlon’s Global Artistic Director, Gucci Westman Created a Natural, Feminine Look for Oscar de la Renta’s Spring ’12 Collection at New York Fashion Week. Tuesday, September 13, 2011.
Backstage at Oscar de la Renta Spring 2012
Revlon’s Global Artistic Director, Gucci Westman, paired a strong brow with a nude lip for Oscar de la Renta Spring 2012 collection, bringing forth the designer’s romantic vision of an early Renaissance woman. “I was inspired by the Pre-Raphaelite painters,” says Westman. “I used rich a palette of creamy, peach and nude tones to create a fresh dewy skin tone.”
REVLON PRODUCTS TO GET THE LOOK: