Whether you are a fan of Award Winning AMC Drama Mad Men or retro glamour, you will love the latest Estée Lauder Mad Men Collection!
Inspired by the look of the women featured in the show’s ’60s New York City setting, the limited-edition collection brings us two classic makeup items, a gorgeous red satin lipstick in the name of Cherry and a rosy cream blush, Evening Rose. Both come in a fluted golden case placed in a leather-like gold pouch with custom designed outer cartons inspired by the Estée Lauder packaging from the ’60s. What better way to channel classic ’60s glamour?
To see the products in action, check out the behind-the-scene clip after the jump!
L.A.M.B. A/W 2012 brought us yet another gorgeous 60s rock ‘n roll makeup look created by Maybelline New York Global Makeup Artist Charlotte Willer.
With a rock ‘n roll vision in mind, the look created by Maybelline New York Global Makeup Artist Charlotte Willer for Rachel Zoe A/W 2012 was “60s-70s sexy – reminiscent of Marianne Faithfull – meets the fresh, contemporary girl of today”.
After last season’s toughness and androgyny, Spring/Summer 2012 heralds the revival of an altogether more feminine and sensual approach to makeup.
At the Jeremy Scott Spring/Summer 2012 show, Global Creative Director of Wella Professionals, Eugene Souleiman, worked with M·A·C Cosmetics makeup artist Val Garland to create a “country Barbie” look.
For a modern approach on the 60s look, makeup artist Pat McGrath gave models hot pink feather lashes (that reminded me of my Make Up For Ever Hot Pink Feather Lashes) with a matching pout at the Viktor & Rolf Spring/Summer 2012 show in Paris. Are we liking the pink overload?