To go with the black and gold color scheme, models were given an equally luxe look with super dramatic smoky eye and nude lips at the PPQ A/W 2010 show. What I love most about the look is how they blended the crease color all the way into the nose while using a dash of gold on the inner corner to keep the eyes opened up. Can’t wait to dupe this look!
A 1930s Egyptian influence weaves together fashion and beauty at the Fall 2010 Rachel Roy Fashion Show. Peacock prints are lifted from feminine silhouettes and translated into bold, beautiful makeup. Iridescent “peacock feather” eyes gleam in denim and burgundy metallic shades from brow to lower lash line with a hint of aqua on inner corners, ultimately lined with a black kohl pencil. An even, dewy finish of the skin, softly defined pink cheek, and sheer beige lip allow the eyes to be the star of this show.
At the Diane Von Furstenberg A/W 2010 show, James Kaliardos for MAC created a look “pulled from Studio 54: 70’s winged eye, iridescent – like a goddess”.
Just like the Orgnic Fall 2010 show, ’60s bombshell Brigitte Bardot was the inspiration for the makeup at the Betsey Johnson Fall 2010 show. Read on to find out what Sarah Lucero for Stila used to create the look!
At the Cushnie et Ochs Fall 2010 show, the look is all about a sultry smoky eye in plum and reddish brown with a dash of shimmer in the inner eye and nude lips. This is definitely one of my favorite looks so far and I can’t wait to do my very own version of it! In the mean time, read on to find out what makeup artist Sarah Tanno from MAC used to create the look.
“The feeling was 1930’s prostitute – trampy, smoky eye, deep “rougeoir” lips and beautiful pale skin.” – Charlotte Tilbury for MAC.