Inspired by the Spanish Harlem look of the Missoni Spring/Summer 2012 collection, makeup artist Lucia Pieroni working for MAC Cosmetics gave models “sexy, sweaty flamenco skin with a focus on brows” while Wella Professionals‘ Global Creative Director, Eugene Souleiman, created a disheveled bun with a side-part.
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
At the Dolce & Gabbana Spring/Summer 2012 show in Milan, makeup artist Pat McGrath used Dolce & Gabbana Make Up to create a radiant complexion, slightly winged eyeliner and nails in intense green and purple shades.
With “80s Madonna, lingerie, lace” and a “gypsy feeling” in mind, Lisa Butler created a gorgeous smudgy eye with metallic shades of gold and black using MAC Cosmetics.
Beauty guru Pat McGrath brought back the dark eye and bleached brows at the Gucci Spring 2012 show at Milan Fashion Week.
To create such strong, “rebellious” eyes, Pat colored in models eyelids with CoverGirl Liquiline Blast
and CoverGirl Smoky Shadow Blast in Onyx Smoke
and finished the look with a new mascara, CoverGirl LashBlast 24 Hour Mascara, due this coming January.
Over the summer, Emma Watson showed us the beauty of a dramatic smoky cat eye with gold foil. Then makeup artist Peter Philips took the look to a new level by applying silver and gold foil from the lashline all the way up to the brows at the Fendi Spring 2012 show at Milan Fashion Week.