Thursday, September 30, 2010

MFW September 26th - MAC Cosmetics Face Charts


EYE
Tan Pigment – all over the lid and into the inner corners of the eye.
Shadowy M·A·C PRO Sculpting Powder – swept into the crease with a 224
brush so there are no hard edges.
Golden Bronze Iridescent Loose Powder – dusted over the whole lid.
Smolder Eye Kohl – in the waterline.
Lofty Brown ZOOMLASH Mascara – onto curled lashes.


LIP
M·A·C PRO Lip Erase in Dim – patted on to the lips.


FACE
Studio Moisture Fix SPF 15 – to prep the skin.
Studio Sculpt Foundation – buffed in with a 190 brush.
Prep + Prime Transparent Finishing Powder – all over the skin
to lightly mattify.




EYE
White Chromaline – taken from the lash line to the brows for an opaque
white base.
Gesso Eye Shadow – dusted on top to mattify.
Carbon Eye Shadow – applied with a 212 Brush in a slightly curved line above the socket.


LIP
Orange Lip Mix – precisely applied with a 194 Brush.
Frankly Scarlet Powder Blush – pressed around the edges of the lip to sharpen and shade them.


FACE
Studio Sculpt SPF 15 Foundation – applied as a base.
Studio Sculpt Concealer – where needed.
Invisible Set Powder – buffed on to the skin with a powder puff for a matte yet polished finish.



EYE
Technakohl Liner in Graphblack – worked into the waterlines and along the
upper and lower lash lines and blended into a winged shape.
Smut Eye Shadow – over the top of the Technakohl with a 219 brush.
Vanilla Pigment – to highlight the centre of the lids.
Black X Mascara – top and bottom , onto well -curled lashes.


LIP
Freckletone Lipstick – patted on with a finger “so it’s not too make -upy.”


FACE
Select Cover -Up – where needed.
Prep + Prime Transparent Finishing Powder – where needed,
for “minimal skin.”
Mineralize Skinfinish Natural in Medium Deep and Deep Dark – swept across
the cheeks and nose with a 129 brush for a bronze flush.
Vanilla Pigment – smoothed onto the cheekbones with a finger to
bring out its shine.

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