Friday, March 5, 2010

Milan Fashion Week - MAC Cosmetics Face Charts February 26th

Feline Kohl Power Eye Pencil – lining the inner rim and outer lash lines
to create a dark focal point on the face
Carbon Eye Shadow – blended over Feline with brush 266, elongated in an outward, upward angle
Russian Blue Eye Shadow – blended into socket and over the Feline/Carbon line
to create a softened, shadowed shape
Contrast Eye Shadow and Reflects Purple Duo Pigment – brushed onto eyelids with brush 239
Crystal Avalanche Eye Shadow – brushed onto brow bone to finish
Opulash Mascara in Bad, Bad Black – applied to the lashes
Face and Body Foundation set with Blot Powder – to create a light, transparent,
matte finish on the skin
Taupe Powder Blush – used to contour the cheekbone
Cherry Lip Pencil – drawn all over the lips
Good to Go Lipstick – layered over the pencil

Kohl Power Eye Pencil in Feline – app lied thinly and close to top lashes
and in waterline of eye with a thicker line along the bottom lash line
Dipdown and Blacktrack Fluidline – pre-mixed and smudged over Feline,
using brush 209
Typographic and Corduroy Eye Shadow – blended and ‘dragged out’ using brush 219
Opulash Mascara in Bad, Bad Black – applied to lower lashes
30 Lash – on outer corners of the lash line only
Brow Set in Clear and Impeccable Brow Pencil in Dirty Blonde –
to set and define brows
Studio Sculpt Foundation – applied as a base
Mineralize Skinfinish and Invisible Set Powder – applied to the center of the face
Matte Bronze Bronzing Powder – to contour the cheekbones
Lip Pencil in Oak – to line the lips
Till Tomorrow PRO Longwear Lipcreme – blended into the lips
Lip Pencil in Burgundy – applied around the lip to give an over-drawn shape to the mouth

CopperPlate eye shadow– blended along the outer corners of upp er lids and from
the middle of the lash line outwards on bottom – very faded
Eye Shadows in Copperplate and Typographic – brushed up and through the
top line of the brow to elongate and exaggerate
No mascara, lashes curled
Strobe Cream – to prep the skin for a raw, nude, creamy look
Select MoistureCover Concealer – used only where needed
Invisible Set Powder – used on centre of face
Vanilla Pigment – to highlight cheek bone using brush 224
Bone Beige Sculpting Powder – used on apple of cheek to add warmth to skin tone
Lipsticks in Siss and Myth – blended and patted on top with finger

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