Kelley Epps-Woods for Second City Style Magazine
The looks in London and Paris Fashion week set a bold statement for
Fall/ Winter 2010 where smokey eyes and dark lips were a trend, but
occasionally clean, bare faces with subtle soft makeup were seen on the
In London, some of these gorgeous trends could be seen at Vivienne Westwood where MAC Key Artist Gordon Espinet made a strong contoured and highlighted face the emphasis.
Inspired from the photography of Penn and Avedon, the faces were shaped
and shaded. Taupe blush by MAC was used as a key element, and was used
from the eyes to, the cheeks and the face for contour. Lips were left
pale and skin left translucent and airbrushed.
At Todd Lynn, the look was more subtle and nude,
led by Terry Barber, she said the look is "perfect, but in a very real
way." She wanted the makeup to imitate skincare. To achieve the perfect
skin, Studio Sculpt foundation was applied to the skin and cream colour
base in pearl was blended all over to create highlights, and give the
skin a flawless look. Eyes were smoothed with full coverage foundation
and white to give them a milky look, and brows were brushed up and set
with clear brow set. Lips were so nude, they appeared to blend right in
to the skin.
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