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From Rebecca Minkoff’s “See Now, Buy Now” Fashion Show in LA. Saturday, February 4, 2017. Smashbox Global Pro Lead Artist Lori Taylor breaks down the easy, natural makeup to complement the vintage-inflected California inspired looks from the Rebecca Minkoff SS17 collection.
FACE: Smashbox Global Pro Lead Artist Lori Taylor noted that the look for the Rebecca Minkoff “See Now, Buy Now” show was all about enhanced skin, so as not to mask the natural complexion. This was achieved by applying the Smashbox Camera Ready BB Water all over to even out complexion and add a soft wash of color.
Rebecca Minkoff Spring 2017 Get The Look. Hair: Giovanni Vaccaro for GLAMSQUAD using Kerastase. INSPIRATION: This season’s hair is whimsical and diffused, leaving it feeling airy and effortless.
GET THE LOOK: HAIR
· Prep the hair by applying Kerastase L’incoryable Blowdry followed by Kerastase Mousse Bouffant section by section, roots to end
Yesterday, Gato for Maybelline New York and Amanda Steele created a look for the woman who encapsulates these three words – optimistic, independent and fearless – for Rebecca Minkoff’s Fall 2016 “Runway to Retail” collection.
For the show, fashion and beauty influencer, Amanda Steele, teams up with Maybelline New York makeup artist, Gato, to create a look that is all about a girl who wakes up, does her somewhat “messy” makeup, and heads out the door. Steele notes that it “matches the spirit Minkoff wants to give off; the dramatic eye isn’t about perfection, it’s about the every day girl on the go.” Gato echoes that sentiment, saying that this almost haphazard eye really incorporates the “gypsy spirit behind the collection.”
Rebecca Minkoff’s new luxurious handbag line, Rebecca Minkoff Collection debuts this month exclusively at Saks Fifth Avenue. The Collection features exotic skins, customized rose gold hardware and multi-strand shoulder straps that mimic long necklaces. Rebecca’s signature ‘Morning After Bag’ gets a hip makeover in this Collection with grid studwork and exaggerated buckles on the sides. Prices range from $450 – $850.
New York Fashion Week Fall Winter 2010. Shows: BCBG, Rebecca Minkoff and Betsey Johnson. Makeup and face charts by Stila Pro Artist, Sarah Lucero.
Makeup inspiration: Fresh-faced, low maintenance beauty. Sarah Lucero designed a look to show off healthy-looking skin, keeping eyes and lips neutral.
· Stila Eye Shadow in Puppy
· Stila Eye Shadow in Chinois
· Stila Long Wear Lip Color in In the Nude
· Stila Major Lash Mascara in Black
· Stila One Step Makeup
mark Spokeswoman, Lauren Conrad made her mark on the world at the Spring 2010 Rebecca Minkoff show! Lauren looked fresh sporting a polka dot Minkoff design and her signature makeup look. Her celebrity makeup artist Amy Nadine tells us how she achieved Lauren’s radiant look for this exciting event.
Amy Nadine Explains How She Created Lauren’s Glowing look:
Eyes: “For Lauren’s fresh look, I swept mark I-Glimmer Illuminating Eye Color in Polished across her entire eye lid, then lined her top lash line with mark On the Edge Hook-Up Liquid Liner in Cleo and finished by coating her lashes in mark Scanda-Lash Hook-Up Mascara in Blacklash.”
The Show: Rebecca Minkoff
The Trend: Strong enhanced brow
The Color Story: To compliment a structured, high fashion collection incorporating a mostly black and off-white color palette, the makeup look features a matte complexion, nude/neutral lip and cheeks and a strong, enhanced brow.
The makeup look backstage at Rebecca Minkoff Spring 2010 was created by Sephora PRO Beauty Team, lead by Jose Rivera
How to Get the Look:
• Complexion – Try Sephora “Tricks of the Trade” Anti-Shine Primer and Mineral Matte Setting Powder to create a flawless canvass.
• Brows – To create sculpted, well-defined brows use the Sephora Collection Brow Tint Pen to create this structured look.
• Lips – To complete the look, apply Maniac Mat Long-Wearing Matte Lipstick in Mat 07, a matte peach.