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Pure Color Night is Limited Edition makeup collection created by Tom Pecheux, Creative Makeup Director, Estée Lauder. Available Exclusively in Paris.
“I wanted to create the iconic French makeup look; the black smokey eye, dewy skin and kissable lip.”-Tom Pecheux, Creative Makeup Director, Estée Lauder
In November 2009, Estée Lauder named world-renowned makeup artist Tom Pecheux Creative Makeup Director. His first challenge: to create a beauty concept that links iconic French beauty with an iconic American beauty brand.
“As a makeup artist, I am known for making women look beautiful, sensual and sexy,” said Pecheux. “When given the challenge to create a collection exclusively for Paris, I thought it would be perfect to create a nighttime look, because this is when every French woman wants to look her most beautiful. I wanted to translate the seductiveness and femininity of French women into makeup.”
Revlon’s Global Artistic Director Gucci Westman creates a sultry look for Claire Danes at the 2010 MET Ball. The Makeup Look: Gucci Westman creates a metallic grey, extended smokey eye for Claire Danes, giving her an edgy look at this year’s Met Ball.
How To Get The Look: Makeup Tutorial
1. Line the top and bottom lids with Revlon ColorStay Liquid Liner in Black to give it an ‘edgier’ look.
2. Apply Revlon ColorStay 12 Hour Eye Shadow in Sultry Smoke to lids for the smokey eye effect.
3. Perfect the look by rimming the inner, upper lids with Revlon Luxurious Color Eyeliner in Black.
Here’s one look of show that’s standing out amidst all the bold, urban, and even vampire-inspired beauty trends we’ve seen at Fall 2010 Fashion Week: Lela Rose looked up to the sky, the moon, and the stars for the beauty inspiration of her fall 2010 fashion show.
A celestial beauty on the Lela Rose Fall 2010 runway.
Photo: Jemal Countess/Getty Images
Makeup artist Tina Turnbow for Beauty.com created a moonlight smokey eye effect using a shimmery dark gray eye shadow (from the Tarte Eye Couture Palette). “The color looks like the midnight sky and the irridesence is reminiscent of the stars,” she says. “The shape of the eye shadow is spherical because it goes well into the inner corners, which makes it look round like a planet and opens up the eye.” Even the lip has a celestial twist. “It’s a cloudy sheer white gloss,” says Turnbow. The models’ nails were painted with Deborah Lippmann Across The Universe nail polish, a midnight blue with lots of sparkle–another nod to the sky and the stars. Read full article in dailymakeover.com
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GET THE LOOK: Christina Aguilera wears NARS makeup at the 67th Golden Globe Awards. The Look & Inspiration: “I wanted to create a soft natural look on Christina to compliment her gown and new haircut,” said Kristofer Buckle for NARS Cosmetics. “Her dress choice was a beautiful pastel peach with silver. I didn’t want the look to fight with her gown. The final look is chic and seamless, with a earthy colored smokey eye and glowing skin.”
Below is Kristofer’s step-by-step makeup tutorial on how to to recreate Christina’s makeup look:
· Use the Balancing Moisture Lotion and apply the Makeup Primer as a base
· Apply Firming Foundation and set with Pressed Powder
Just In: Rose Byrne’s Golden Globes look for Lancôme by celebrity makeup artist Ana Marie. Talking Makeup got the inside scoop on how to get Rose Byrne’s Hollywood Glam makeup look at the Golden Globes Awards tonight.
Ana Marie prepped the skin with Secret de Vie Toner (her favorite!) and then applied Lancôme Bienfait Multi Vital moisturizer to keep skin hydrated and fresh. Lancôme Absolue Foundation in Ecru was applied with a foundation brush and blended with a makeup sponge. This helps the foundation go on evenly and keep the skin looking radiant. To create a sultry smokey eye, Ana Marie used Lancôme Eyeshadow Quad in Innocence Couture.
Introducing The Estée Lauder Michael Kors Very Hollywood Color Collection.
“Hollywood is the birthplace of fantasy and dreams. The inspiration for the Estée Lauder Michael Kors Very Hollywood Color Collection is iconic Hollywood glamour, both past and present, interpreted for everyday life.”– Michael Kors
This Spring, Estée Lauder will introduce the Estée Lauder Michael Kors Very Hollywood Color Collection. This collaboration stemmed from the longtime friendship between Aerin Lauder, Estée Lauder Senior Vice President and Creative Director, and acclaimed American designer Michael Kors. “Nobody understands modern glamour and luxury like Aerin Lauder and the Estée Lauder brand, which is what this collection is all about,” says Michael Kors.
Estée Lauder & Michael Kors Very Hollywood Color Collection: the Bel Air Beige Look
Estée Lauder is excited to share the Blacker Than Black Makeup Collection (limited edition, launching December 2009) for a vampy, dramatic eye look. Just in time for holiday parties, six mascaras are introduced in a jet-black, sleek formula for lashes that draw all the attention while the Eyeshadow Quad in Black Smoke (permanent addition) creates that coveted smokey eye.
Now beautifully bold, dramatic eyes are just a wave of the wand away. Don’t be shy, make your eyes the center of attention with Estée Lauder’s new Blacker Than Black eye collection. This unique collection features six of Estée Lauder’s most popular mascara formulas each in a richer, more concentrated, more dramatic black shade for eyes that appear bigger, bolder, more dramatic! Because the mascara is so concentrated, it creates a contrast that defines and frames the eyes for a look that is at once highly sophisticated and utterly alluring. And, whether your look calls for lashes that are lengthened, defined, volumized, lifted, curled or a combination, you can achieve the look you want as each of these luxurious mascaras offer the same unique benefits as their original formulas, but now with the deepest, intense jet black effect.
Lancôme celebrity makeup artist Vanessa Scali worked her magic on Fame star Kherington Payne at the movie’s Los Angeles premiere last night. Talking Makeup got on the inside scoop behind the rising star’s graphic, smokey eye, pretty golden skin and shimmery nude mouth.
To start, Vanessa prepped the skin with Lancôme’s Génifique Youth Activating Concentrate, which kept Kherington’s skin fresh in the 100 degree heat. Lancôme’s Effacernes in Light Bisque –Vanessa’s favorite formula—was dabbed underneath the eyes. Bobbi Brown’s Foundation Stick was applied on select areas with a small brush and blended with the fingers.
Lancôme’s Blush Subtil in Sheer Amourose delivered a glowy look and was accented with Giorgio Armani Beauty’s Fluid Sheer #2 on the cheek and brow bones. A dusting of Lancôme’s Photôgenic Sheer Loose Powder, just on the T-zone.
For Kherington’s dramatic eyes, Vanessa layered Shu Uemura’s Pressed Eye Shadow in ME Black #990 and ME Olive #471.
The show: Abbey Dawn By Avril Lavigne.
The trend: Smokey eye with a girly, pink pout.
The Color Story: Inspired by who she has become, Avril Lavigne’s collection is rocker chic but with a feminine edge. The beauty look brings the seemingly contradicting styles together by pairing a messy, smokey eye with a girly, pink pout.
The Abbey Dawn By Avril Lavigne runway makeup look was created by Sephora PRO Beauty Team, lead by Gilbert Soliz.
Photography courtesy of Nick Baratta
How to Get the Look:
• Complexion – Even out skin tone with Sephora Hydrating Liquid Foundation. Buff on Sephora Mineral Pressed Powder to perfect the look.
• Eyes – Smudge Sephora’s Retractable Waterproof Liner onto upper and lower lash lines and apply shadow all over. It’s a messy, imperfect look so no need to be exact.
• Lips – Go for a bold yet feminine fuchsia tone like Sephora Maniac Long-Wearing Lipstick in Mat 01. Top off with Sephora Sweet Candy Gloss in Apple Pomegranate.
Emmy Rossum wears NARS during New York Spring/Summer 2010 Fashion Week.
Emmy Rossum was spotted at multiple events this past week during New York Fashion Week. At Bergdorf Goodman for Fashion’s Night Out on September 10th she donned a bold lip and bright eyes. She loved the lip color so much that she took it from our artist to keep for herself.
At Marchesa’s SS 2010 presentation she opted for a more subtle approach pairing radiant skin with soft pink lips. “Emmy wanted a smokey-eye look suitable for daytime,” said NARS Makeup Artist Lenna Scarrot about the celebrity’s Marchesa look. “She wanted it to be more light gray- no black- like a seductive ballerina.” Her flawless matte complexion was complemented by a soft, seductive eye and a naturally glossed pout perfect for a day to night transition. She kept everything that was used on her, and especially loved the new NARS Larger Than Life Lengthening Mascara, telling Lenna “there’s no need for false lashes!”