Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Paris Fashion Week - MAC Cosmetics Face Charts March 5th

Paint Stick in Dark Brown and Cream Colour Base in Mid-Tone Sepia – blended in the
crease of the eye and under the lower lashes, very blended
Crème Liner in Black – lining the upper lash line with the finest trace
and to stain the lower lashes
Loose Powder in Silver Dusk – to highlight above the browbone and inner corner
of the lids and bru shed into the brows
Impeccable Brow Pencil in Taupe and Dirty Blonde – brushed up through the brow
Studio Moisture Fix
Studio Sculpt Concealer – where necessary
Sculpting Powder in Sculpt – to contour
Tenderling Blush – on the temples
Iridescent Powder in Silver Dusk – to highlight the cheekbones
Lip Conditioner
Iridescent Powder in Silver Dusk – touched on the cupid’s bow

Cream Colour Base in Dark Brown – on the inner brow bone , blended down
the side of the nose and across the socket line
Eye Kohl in Smolder – smudged into the brow for depth , also taken down the side of
the nose to give a masculine edge. Also lightly rubbed into the lash line
Liquid liner in Boot Black – to draw on a bushy deranged brow
Studiosculpt foundation – as a base
Invisible Set Powder – to set for a matte skin
Cream Colour Base in Root – to contour the cheeks
Pro Neon Pigment in Rock-it Yellow – on the cheek
Liquid liner in boot black – to draw on a moustache

Eye Kohl in Smolder – washed all over the upper and lower lids using a 224 brush,
al o involving the brows. Then drawn into the socket line from high on inner corner
sloping downwards to create a ‘sad’ eye
No mascara
Studio Sculpt Foundation – as a base
Prep + Prime Transparent Finishing Powder – to set the foundation
No cheek
Liquid Liner in Boot Black – to draw on a cartoon bubble lip outline
Lipmix in Fuchsia – painted in with a 194 brush
Pro Neon Pigment in Magenta Madness – pressed on top

Clear Brow Set – to groom the brow
Face and Body Foundation – as a base
Select MoistureCover Concealer – where needed
Prep + Prime Transparent Finishing Powder – around the nose
and chin but left dewy elsewhere
Lip Pencil in Cherry – to line the lips
Lipstick in Ruby Woo – painted on with a 316 brush in an opaque layer , then smudged
slightly below the lower lip on one side as if the girls had pulled it themselves with a finger (a touch of lipstick was then added to each girls finger/hand)

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