At the Lanvin A/W ’14 show, makeup artist Pat McGrath revisited the smudgy eye makeup look at Chanel Fall 2010 and gave it a twist. Models’ lids were covered with a cream-based black liner that was smudged out and faux lashes that were cut clean and square were added for contrast.
Inspired by the “it girls” of today and Parisian gritty chic style, the Jill Stuart A/W ’14 collection was designed with a reformed rock n’roll wild child in mind. As a result, models were given an uber smudgy eye look with dewy skin and nude nails.
New York Fashion Week is back and at Rachel Comey A/W ’14, lead artist Hannah Murray working for NARS Cosmetics created a gorgeous look that consisted of a smudgy eye in plum, paired with dewy skin.
Just stumbled upon this awesome video tutorial by makeup maestro Charlotte Tilbury on how she created the gorgeous rock ‘n roll inspired smoky eye makeup on pop princess Rihanna for the March 2013 issue of V Magazine. Total hotness!
To create the idea of Indian gypsies at the Jean Paul Gaultier Spring 2013 Couture show, makeup artist Lloyd Simmonds created a very dramatic winged cat eye with drawn-in brows and matte skin adorned with rhinestones. Simply gorgeous!
A dramatic, smudgy eye decked with feathery lashes added a strong contrast to the romantic pieces at the Chanel Spring 2013 Couture runway show at Paris earlier this week.