Classic Indian decadence might be the theme at the Chanel Pre-fall 2012 show, but the gorgeous black-rimmed almond eyes paired with embellished dreaded updo sure is a great look for the holidays.
This year, Hourglass Cosmetics Artistic Director Gina Brooke brings us yet another set of gorgeous, easy-to-do holiday makeup looks. The first consists of glittering green eyes with shimmering cheeks and pearlescent lips while the second pairs inky black eyes with stunning purple lips for more drama.
Look #1: Ethereal Beauty
At the Just Cavalli Spring/Summer 2012 show in Milan, the look created by Hannah Murray for MAC Cosmetics was all about a “bohemian rock groupie girl, backstage at a rock concert”. Are we liking this over the chunky glittery eye as seen on the DSquared2 Spring 2012 runway?
Working for MAC Cosmetics, makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury created two rock-inspired smudgy glittery eye looks and a natural hippy look for the DSquared2 Spring/Summer 2012 show at Milan. Which one is your favorite?
Look #1: Glam Rock
Christian Dior shows never fail to impress me with their creative and bold makeup. And at the Couture 2011 show, they took things to a whole new level with 37 different beauty looks that feature color-blocking cat eyes, jewel-toned smoky eyes, bejeweled 3d eye makeup and lips that range from deep burgundy to lacquered tomato red. Can we just say loves?