Makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury working for MAC Cosmetics created a “pure ’70s hippy chic” look at the Chole Fall 2011 show with chocolate brown lids and freckled skin.
Last night, I attended the MAC Pro Bridal Makeup Class by MAC’s very own Senior Artist John Stapleton. John has been in the industry for 15 years and has worked in Fashion Week, theater, film, concerts and with celebrities including Kim Kardashian and Kelly Osborne. Read on for some of my favorite tips I picked up from John!
Me with the fabulous MAC Senior Artist John Stapleton
Thanks to my parents, I was born with natural creases on both eyes. But after years of wearing contacts and eye makeup along with long hours of working on the computer and the inevitable aging process, my eyelids have become droopy over the years. When my eyes get tired, my natural creases sometimes go from a prominent line to a few folds – so not cool >.< !
To combat the problem, I started my search for the right eyelid tape. While researching, I found out that TONS of celebrities use eyelid tapes to enhance their beauty – even those who were born with natural creases! Here are a few:
Actress Fan Bing Bing (范冰冰) use eyelid tape to make her natural creases deeper and more even.
At Paris Fashion Week, makeup guru Pat McGrath gave models lashings and lashings of mascara. Could this be the return of spidery lashes? Are you digging the look?
Lavin and Gucci Fall 2011
A new addition to the Double Wear lineup, Estee Lauder Double Wear Mineral Rich Loose Powder Makeup SPF 12 is a mineral-rich, long-wearing loose powder that claims to deliver smooth, even, flawless-looking skin that stays fresh and looks natural even through heat, sweat and humidity for up to 12 hours.
Estee Lauder Double Wear Mineral Rich Loose Powder Makeup SPF 12
To complement the red Valentino Couture archive dress Anne Hathaway wore at the 83rd Annual Academy Awards last Sunday, makeup artist Kate Lee gave her “a thin black lined eye with a defined socket and a deep rose lip stain”.