In the April issue of UK’s Stylist, famed make-up artist Val Garland teams up with British pop sensation Cheryl Cole to showcase four of the hottest eye looks around – Bronzed, Sculpted, Lacquered and Graphic(clockwise from top left). Which is your favorite?
Like these looks but need a little help recreating them? Check out my dramatic glossy eye tutorial
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To brush up on my makeup skills, I attended M·A·C PRO Masterclass: Eras Reinterpreted by Senior Artist Melissa Gibson at Woodfield Mall over the weekend. During the two-hour session, Melissa showed us how to redefine two of my favorite looks, a ’20s smoky eye and ’60s Twiggy eye, with the use of new techniques and updated products. Keep reading to see a breakdown of the looks and more beauty tips by the pro herself!
Girls with monolids and hooded eyelids can take a cue from Jennifer Lawrence on how to rock a smoky eye. The actress totally nailed the look at the LA Premiere of her upcoming movie “The Hunger Games” with shades of black and gold, paired with bronzed skin and nude lips. Tips on how to create the look from Jennifer’s makeup artist, Jillian Dempsey, after the jump!
For Salvatore Ferragamo A/W 2012, Tom Pecheux working for M·A·C Cosmetics created “strict yet feminine office women” with a Russian military vibe.
I know you guys love step-by-step makeup tutorials so here is a smoky look using a blend of turquoise and brass. Perfect if you are looking for a bit of color for spring!
Inspired by well-known vamp Theda Bara, Lancôme’s Artistic Director for Makeup Aaron De Mey created a smoky eye, contoured cheeks, lots of highlight and pale matte lips for L’Wren Scott A/W 2012.