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New York Fashion Week Fall Winter 2010. Show: Peter Som. Makeup by MAC Cosmetics.
The look and inspiration: “The look was Uptown girl meets Woodstock, a shimmery golden eye to contradict the deep, dark purple lip .” – Tom Pecheux
The makeup breakdown, products are all by MAC Cosmetics.
Studio Sculpt Concealer – applied over the eyelid
Set Powder in Invisible – powdered over the eye area to set concealer
Pigment in With Legal – swept over the concealed eyelid from lash to brow and in the inner eye corner
Iridescent Powder in Silver Dusk – lightly applied to the inner eye corner and under the brow bone
Studio Fix Lash – applied to top and bottom lash
For the very first time in the Estée Lauder brand’s 46 year history, they embarked on New York Fashion Week – sponsoring the beauty look (makeup & nails) at the Derek Lam AW 2010 runway show! Bold blue eyes, copper lips, matte skin, bare cheeks and neutral nails ruled the catwalk at Capitale on Tuesday, February 16th, 2010.
Liu Wen (Marilyn) Photo Courtesy of Estée Lauder
Estée Lauder Creative Makeup Director Tom Pecheux lead a team of 15 artists to create the stunning look on 22 models – While famed manicurist Jin Soon Choi and her team polished their nails with a new color that was tested backstage!
“When Derek showed me the fabrics that inspired his Fall 2010 collection – bold and muted tones mixed with earthy pigments including terracotta, greens and browns – I thought the makeup shades should be complimentary. So we chose a blend of bold blue shadows on the eyes, shimmering copper lips and flawless, matte skin created with a light foundation — an on-trend beauty preview of what we will see for Fall 2010.” Tom Pecheux, Estée Lauder Creative Makeup Director.
The flagship brand of The Estée Lauder Companies, Inc., today named world-renowned makeup artist Tom Pecheux Creative Makeup Director. A favorite of top photographers, stylists and fashion editors around the world for his sophisticated take on Parisian glamour, Pecheux will work closely with the Estée Lauder brand to help set artistic direction for the next generation of Estée Lauder makeup and communicate his point of view on modern beauty to consumers, press and fashion and beauty influencers.
How To Get Charlize Theron’s Vogue September 2009 Issue Cover Look: Makeup artist Tom Pecheux and hairstylist Oribe teamed up with photographer Mario Testino in New Mexico to shoot Charlize Theron for the Vogue September issue 2009. With Ghost Ranch, artist Georgia O’Keeffe’s stunning desert home, as the backdrop, both stylists decided to keep the look clean and simple—perfect skin and easy, swept-back hair with a touch of texture were the orders of the day.
Here is an exert to Tom’s and Oribe’s tips, tricks, and shopping suggestions for a look as flawless as Charlize Theron as the September Vogue cover girl:
Beat Dry, Damaged Hair: “Moisturizing hair with a cream will add movement and softness,” says hairstylist-to-the-stars Oribe. Leonor Greyl Styling Cream for dry hair, $36; Beautyhabit.com
New Fashion Week Fall 2009 recap by MAC Cosmetics: Fashion Designer: Top Pecheux. MAC Lead Makeup Artist: Catherine Malandrino.
“A modern interpretation of the optical efects of Man Ray.” Tom Pecheux.
Eyes: Vex and Scene eye shadows – blended over eyelids, up past the crease of the lids and along the lower lashline to create a gray wash on the eyes. Print eye shadow – gently applied over gray shadow to ad a blue tint. Blacktrack Fluidline – lining the top lashline and slightly extended past the outer corner of the eyes. Another thin black line was created by folowing the arch of the brow bone above the crease of the lid, and another folowing the lower lashline under the eyes.