A soft, smoky eye paired with a rosy lip is always perfect for a night out. Case in point? Almay Brand Ambassador Kate Hudson in her upcoming movie, Something Borrowed. To show you how do-able this look is, I teamed up with Glamour.com and Almay to give you this easy, step-by-step tutorial. Check it out!
Last night, I attended the MAC Pro Bridal Makeup Class by MAC’s very own Senior Artist John Stapleton. John has been in the industry for 15 years and has worked in Fashion Week, theater, film, concerts and with celebrities including Kim Kardashian and Kelly Osborne. Read on for some of my favorite tips I picked up from John!
Me with the fabulous MAC Senior Artist John Stapleton
Working for MAC Cosmetics, makeup artist Val Garland created “a sexy traveler, cow girl” with “sun-tanned face, dusty gold Sahara colors with smoldery eye makeup”.
Estee Lauder Creative Makeup Director Tom Pecheux teamed up with manicurist Jin Soon Choi again at the Derek Lam Fall 2011 show this year.
At Jason Wu 2011, MAC makeup artist Diane Kendal created a modern Versailles look with vibrant gold highlight amidst a deeply shadowed eye.
Revlon’s Global Artistic Director, Gucci Westman, paired a smoky eye with sun-burnt skin at the Rag & Bone Fall 2011 Collection, bringing forth the designer’s vision of an urban Eskimo.