Marie Antoinette served as the inspiration for the pink makeup and pastel wigs at the Chanel Cruise 2013 Show in Paris this week. To create the “between girly and rebel” look, Chanel Creative Director of Makeup Peter Philips covered models’ eyes, cheeks and lips with a tangy pink and paired it with a dash of beige liner on the inner rims of the eyes, defined brows and clean skin. But the most interesting part of the look belonged to the little black velvet Chanel logo “beauty marks” that were placed on top of models’ cheekbones. Definitely keep an eye out for them in the upcoming Collection Versailles de Chanel!
Neons have been all over the place this year and at Magdalena Veleska, Napoleon Perdis created skin that is slightly sunburned with a striking acid lip.
Australian makeup maestro Napoleon Perdis once again created a series of gorgeous beauty looks at Spring/Summer 2012/13 Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Australia.
With bridal season coming up, take a cue from Talia Shobrook, lead makeup artist for the Marchesa Bridal Spring 2013 runway show, on how to create a look that is whimsical, effervescent and totally wearable.
For Salvatore Ferragamo A/W 2012, Tom Pecheux working for M·A·C Cosmetics created “strict yet feminine office women” with a Russian military vibe.
Estee Lauder made its debut at Paris Fashion Week with glossy, burgundy-black eyes, nude lips, contoured cheeks and green-black nails at Anthony Vaccarello Fall 2012 show.