Friday, March 5, 2010

Milan Fashion Week - MAC Cosmetics Face Charts February 27th

The girls all wore large black sunglasses and hats so eye makeup was not relevant
Mineralize All-Over Lotion – massaged all over the face to prime the skin
Studio Sculpt Concealer – where necessary for very ‘clean’ skin
Lip Pencil in Cherry – drawn into the centre of the mouth, with intensity
Lipstick in Russian Red – applied from the tube onto the lip for a bright satin finis h.
A cotton bud was then used to blur the edges gently

Eye Pencil in Lichen – rubbed into the bottom lash line
Opulash in Bad , Bad Black – applied to top and bottom lashes
Brows were groomed
Face and Body Foundation – massaged into the skin “for very clean skin”
Mineralize SkinFinish Natural – to set foundation
Lilicent Blushcreme – applied “to warm the cheeks, high on the cheekbones”
Lilicent Blushcreme – dabbed on the lips

Eye Pencil in Earthline – around the top and bottom lashes, very blended
Eye Shadow in Copperplate – on top of the liner, blended
Sculpt Powders in Sculpt and Shadowy – in a square shape, superblown out
Opulash Mascara in Bad , Bad Black – top lashes only
No brows – to keep it feeling modern
Studio Sculpt Foundation – for a perfect, fresh finish
Sculpting Powder in Shadowy and Sculpt – brushed under cheekbones to contour
Mineralize All-Over Lotion – touched onto the tops of the cheekbones to highlight
Lip Conditioner – patted onto lips

Eye Kohl in Smolder – to draw along lash lines, blending out with a
226 angle brus h in a graphic feline pulled out shape
Ey e Shadow in Carbon – blended over the liner
Pigments in Golden Lemon and Vanilla – blended to create a gold highlight
for the brow bone, inner part of the soc ket, inner corners of the eyes
and all around the to p of the cheekbon e in a ‘c’ shape
Opulash Mascara in Bad , Bad Black – applied to lashes
Eye Shadows in Embark or Mystery for brunettes, Omega on blondes – to define
brows in the eyeshadow suitable for their colouring
Studio Sculpt Foundation – applied with a 191 brush
Loose Invisible Set Powder – to set the skin, for a matte finish
Sculting Powder in Sculpt – to contour under the cheekbones
Lipstick into Pamper (Available Fall 2010) – for a creamy natural
tone but not an erased lip

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