At the Haider Ackermann Spring/Summer 2012 show in Paris, makeup artist Stephane Marais used M·A·C Cosmetics to create glossy, “poetic”, taupe eyes while Eugene Souleiman from Wella Professionals gave models “rebellious” hair.
At the Jeremy Scott Spring/Summer 2012 show, Global Creative Director of Wella Professionals, Eugene Souleiman, worked with M·A·C Cosmetics makeup artist Val Garland to create a “country Barbie” look.
Working for MAC Cosmetics, Lucia Pieroni created “caramel, honey-toned” makeup at the Chloe Spring/Summer 2012 show.
For a modern approach on the 60s look, makeup artist Pat McGrath gave models hot pink feather lashes (that reminded me of my Make Up For Ever Hot Pink Feather Lashes) with a matching pout at the Viktor & Rolf Spring/Summer 2012 show in Paris. Are we liking the pink overload?
Created by Tom Pecheux for MAC Cosmetics, the look at Balmain Spring 2012 consisted of contoured cheeks, “some “leftover” makeup on the eyes, with a strong, well-groomed brow”.
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?