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Yigal Azrouel Fall 2010 Makeup
WATCH Marta Walsh as she interviews Wendy Rowe Makeup Artist for Bobbi Brown Cosmetics backstage at Yigal Azrouel Fall/Winter 2010 during New York Fashion Week. The Look: “Youthful, fresh but chic makeup with heavy focus on brows…”-Wendy Rowe for Bobbi Brown Cosmetics.
Inspired by a collection rich in texture, the makeup for the Fall 2010 Yigal Azrouel collection is about the texture of the skin. Chic, yet effortless, skin is bronzed with emphasis on cheeks, and eyes are softly defined in beige and brown tones. Nude lips complete a fairly monotone, natural look, with the exception of a strong, linear, defined brow.
How to get the look with Bobbi Brown makeup:
Skin: Hydrating Face Cream ($50), Hydrating Eye Cream ($45), Foundation Stick ($40), Creamy Concealer ($22), Corrector ($22)
Eyes: Suede Long-Wear Cream Shadow ($22) all over lid, Long-Wear Gel Eyeliner in Sepia Ink ($21) applied lightly and smudged on upper and lower lashline
Cheeks: Bronzing Powder ($40)
Lips: Hot Cocoa and Salmon Lip Color ($22 each)
Brows: Clean and brushed up with a touch of Long-Wear Gel Eyeliner in Sepia Ink ($21)
Lancôme & Victoria Beckham Fall 2010
Victoria Beckham received rave reviews today for the gorgeous collection of dresses she showed yesterday, February 16, 2010, and the makeup was equally praise worthy. Victoria wanted minimal makeup, but with maximum impact. The result: nude lips, silvery eyes and shimmery skin.
Makeup Tutorial: For the makeup, Francelle did a modern take on 1930’s Hollywood glamour (in keeping with Victoria’s “Dick Tracy” inspiration for the clothes) so she paired a metallic eye with a pale, nude lip. First, Francelle swept Color Design Eyeshadow in Optic on the entire lid to the brow bone and added Color Design Eyeshadow in Crème Lustré to the lower lid. Ombre Magnetique in Silver (coming this fall 2010!) was used in the crease for a shiny, metallic finish. The new Hypnôse Drama Mascara coated the top lashes only. The skin was dusted with Ageless Minérale Powder in Translucent for a luminous complexion. Blush Subtil in Miel Glace was applied lightly to the cheekbones for an added touch of color. For the lips, Francelle first dotted them with concealer (a great trick for ensuring you get a super nude pout with staying power) then applied L’Absolu Rouge Lipstick in Rich Cashmere. The nails were short and groomed with just clear nail polish and the hair, by Didier Malige, was pulled back in messy version of a French twist.
2010 Grammys: Get The Look With Dolce&Gabbana The Make Up
At the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards, music’s all-stars showcased several beauty looks on the red carpet.
The night’s big winner, Taylor Swift, as well as Lady Gaga, opted for bright pink lip shades. To get the look with Dolce&Gabbana The Make Up, try The Shine Lipstick in Precious or the Classic Cream Lipstick in Petal from The Intimate Sensuality Collection, new for Spring 2010.
Mary-Louise Parker at the Emmy Awards 2009: Get The Look
Red carpet beauty scoop: Get the look of Mary-Louise Parker at the 61st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards. Mary-Luise makeup look was created by Makeup Artist: Tina Turnbow for Maybelline New York.
Stepping onto the red carpet in a single strapped, deep purple Zac Posen dress – Mary-Louise Parker was ready to shine at the Emmy’s! Tina was inspired by the deep purple and indigo tones in Mary-Louise’s dress, and her gorgeous gunmetal grey accessories. To play up the colors in Mary-Louise’s dress, Tina brought out her best features with a dramatic yet classic smoky eye, blushing pink cheeks and nude lips.
Emmy nominee Mary-Louise Parker, nominated for Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for “Weeds” at the 61st Primetime Emmy Awards, Nokia Theatre, Los Angeles CA, September 20, 2009. Photo Credit: Jeff Vespa/WireImage.com
Face: Because Mary-Louise has beautiful porcelain skin, Tina kept her face looking pristine by applying Maybelline New York Dream Liquid Mousse in Classic Ivory – with touches of Maybelline New York Dream Mousse Concealer in Light under the eyes and to the tops of the cheeks to give a contoured look.