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At the Chris Benz Spring 2012 show, Lancome‘s Daniel Martin used Candy Darling – a 1960′s nightclub fixture – as muse and created fresh, clean skin with shades of mint green on the eyes, tangerine blush on the cheeks and a bright, pouty lip.
Light, natural makeup have always dominated the Spring runways at Fashion Week. Which is why it’s so refreshing to see artist James Kaliardos working for NARS Cosmetics switch things up at the Rodart show with a gorgeous, dramatic navy-blue smoky eye and lavender lip.
Inspired by “the idea of creating a living mannequin look”, Lucia Pieroni, Color Creator for Clé de Peau created “contours, radiance and a bold brow” at the VPL Spring 2012 show.
“A California girl who has come to New York” inspired the hair, makeup and nails at the DKNY Spring 2012 show. The end result? Sun-kissed skin, bright eyes, beachy hair with lots of volume and bold, nude nails.
Pastel skin with glowing skin ruled the runway of the Creatures Of The Wind Spring 2012 presentation.
To complement the modern, chic Victoria Beckham’s Spring 2012 collection, makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury used Lancome products to give models a “handsome” and “sporty” look while Redken Creative Consultant Guido created a unique pulled-back hairstyle that was sleek and sophisticated in the front yet girly…