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”.
With China’s Ming Dynasty, Forties Hollywood glamour and Chinese military uniforms in mind, Diane Kendal working for M·A·C Cosmetics created “warriors, strong women”at Jason Wu A/W 2012.
With “vampy 1920’s flapper style” in mind, M·A·C Cosmetics artist Fatima Thomas gave models a silver eye with purple lashes and fuchsia-red lipstick at Erickson Beamon A/W 2012.
A glamorous “Factory Girl” served as muse at Pamela Love A/W 2012, so Maybelline New York Global Makeup Artist Charlotte Willer created a simple look with unexpected “working girl accents”.
At Honor A/W 2012, James Boehmer, NARS Director of Global Artistry, created beautiful, luminous and glossy skin with eyes that are deliberate and sculpted in a chalky grey shade.
Inspired by the women of the 40s, Make Up For Ever Alliance artist Lottie created a look that is effortlessly natural, empowered, and clean at for the Cynthia Rowley Fall 2012 show.