Lips and cheeks get the pretty young thing treatment… Cremesheen Glass makes a comeback for Spring 2010. Introducing six new très jolie shades and three bring-back essentials, because the world wants more of this creamy, high-flying gloss formula that provides sheer, Just Superb colour with a touch of sex-o-shine!
At the Peter Pilotto A/W 2010 show, Lisa Houghton from MAC used an interesting combo of orange and blue was to give models a “chic, polished” look with “a bit of quirky attitude”.
At the Dsquared² A/W 2010 show, Gordon Espinet from MAC kept created a dramatic, elongated smoky eye with bright red lips. Are we liking this over the dark smoky eyes with nude lips from the Fall 2009 show?
A sultry cat eye paired with nude lips is never out of style. Case in point, the “foxy ladies” created by Charlotte Tilbury, lead makeup artist for MAC, on the runway of the Blumarine A/W 2010 show at Milan Fashion Week. Read on for a breakdown of the look!
The two-tone lip first made its debut on the runway at the Emanuel Ungaro A/W 2009 RTW show where beauty guru Tom Pecheux used an orange lipstick (MAC Morange) on the upper lip and a dark fuchsia (MAC Violette) on the lower.
This year, a similar look was created by MAC for the Nanette Lepore A/W 2009 show. Lip Pencil in Magenta and a new lipstick launching this fall topped the upper lip while the lower lip was painted with Lip Pencil in Burgundy, Lipstick in Odyssey and Pro Lipstick in Charred Red.
I personally think the look is cute but it’s definitely not for everyday. Depending on the colors you use, it can also be a great look for spring. Read on to see my take on it!
Emanuel Ungaro A/W 2009 and Nanette Lepore A/W 2010
Here are the new MAC Viva Glam Gaga and Cyndi Lipsticks swatches as promised!
MAC Viva Glam Gaga Lipstick Swatch