Tuesday, September 21, 2010

LFW September 17th - MAC Cosmetics Face Charts

Swell Baby Eye shadow (available 2011) – blended into the
crease of the eyelids.
Phloof Eye Shadow – packed onto the eyelids.
Black ProLash Mascara – on top and bottom lashes.
Feline Kohl Power Eye Pencil – to look quite crayoned, in a
thick line from corner to corner of the upper lash line .
M·A·C PRO Process Magenta Paintstick – worked above the grey
in the socket line and taken all the way around the temples
and tops of cheekbones in a kidney shape .
Sushiflower Eyeshadow and Pink Pearl Pigment – patted on top
of the Paintstick to create a glazed, airbrush effect.

Myth Lipstick – applied straight from the tube .

Studio Sculpt Foundation – in a more yellowtone , and one shade
paler than the girls natural skin, worked in with fingers.
Free to Be Eye Shadow – buffed lightly over the cheeks to
meet the pink around the eyes.
Pink Pearl Pigment – pushed onto the very tops of the
cheekbones for a psychedelia of blushes.

Swell Baby Eyeshadow (available 2011) and Phloof Eyeshadows –
blended over the lid up to the socket line and under the
lower lashes, very softly, with Phloof focused on the inner corners
and centre of the lid.
NC20 Nude M·A·C PRO Chromagraphic Pencil – along the top lash line
Clear Brow Set – combed through brows.

Derailed Creamshadow Quad (available 2011) – a soft stain on lips.

Studio Sculpt Foundation – for egg shell skin.
Prep + Prime Transparent Finishing Powder – to set foundation.
Derailed Creamshadow Quad (available 2011) – pressed into the cheekbones.
Naked Pigment – blended under the cheekbones and onto the temples.

Black, Green an d Blue M·A·C PRO ChroMACakes – blended to create
a deep indigo blue .

Matte Mixing Medium – to give the lip moisture without any shine .

Moisturelush Cream – for skin that’s fresh and plump.
Face and Body Foundation – applied with fingers to keep the texture real
Blot Paper – to mattify the t-zone slightly.
Strobe Liquid – a touch down the centre of the nose, tops of cheekbones
and cupid’s bow.

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