New York Fashion Week
New York fashion week takes place this week ,and when new fashion trends emerge so do new make up trends.The make up at Charlotte Ronson’s show was created by Mac make up artist Luc Brouchard. The make up looks absolutely stunning and as the make up artist was quoted saying “It’s a little 30’s, a little 40’s, with a little rawness to it”. Skin was matte with sculpted cheek bones and highlighted at the tops of the cheekbones and above the eyebrows. Beige and grey taupe were blended over the eyelids through the crease and along the lower lash line, this gave a soft concrete shade, this was complimented by neat and well groomed eyebrows. Lips were dark stained, a look which will add a touch of 1930’s glamour to any occasion.
Here are some tried and tested products used to get this look:
Coquette and Omega eyeshadows from Mac
Sculpt and Shape foundation from Mac
Invisible Set Powder from Mac, dust over the face to set foundation.
Cheek Cream in Candy Apple from Paula dorf – this is used to sculpt the cheekbones
Paula Dorf Cheek Cream in Candy Apple – this cheek cream doubles as a lip stain, which is great news for those on a budget,two products for the price of one!