At Atelier Versace Spring 2015 Couture, makeup artist Pat Mcgrath took the classic Versace eye and kicked it up a notch. Eyes were rimmed in shades of black and cobalt blue and winged out with matching overdrawn creases. The end result? A bold yet strikingly beautiful look that popped against the clean skin and peachy nude lips.
In the midst of this cold cold winter, the Chanel Spring 2015 Couture show brings us a refreshing breath of Spring. Washes of gray shadow were painted onto models’ lids and brows and contrasted with a pop of white liner on the lower rim of the eyes and bright red lips – all tucked behind a veil of black netting for added glamour.
Tonight at Atelier Versace Spring 2014 Couture, the makeup consisted of a sultry eye in shades of bronze and gold plus a touch of blue on the inner corners, paired with fluttery lashes and the usual Donatella Versace-esque nude lip. Tres chic and so perfect to wear for spring!
Fierce was the word that came to mind when I saw the gorgeous cat eye with nude lip at Jean Paul Gaultier Fall 2013 Couture. Using “six shades of brown shadow”, makeup artist Lloyd Simmonds elongated models’ eyes before adding white kohl on the inner rim of the lids and black eyeliner on upper and lower lashlines.
Dewy skin reigned the runway of the Valentino Fall 2013 Couture show at Paris. To get the look, “mix moisturizer into your foundation and apply it like skincare,” says famed makeup artist Zing. Add a dab of highlighter (nothing beats NARS Copabacanab Illuminator) onto the “C” shape along the top of the cheekbones to just under or above the brows and finished with curled lashes and just a tinge of color on the lips.
At Atelier Versace Fall 2013 Couture, the look was signature Donatella Versace – a sultry eye with lots of lashes and “just a bit of smoke”, paired with bare lips. To get the look, Pat McGrath applied two and a half rows of false eyelashes to both top and bottom lids. For a similar effect, try my favorite Jealousness JS-507 False Eyelashes and Jealousness JS-709 False Eyelashes instead!