Inspired by “Americana”- a mash up of the 1920’s, 60’s and 70’s – the Creatures Of The Wind A/W 2015 collection referenced psychedelic and progressive rock and called for a beauty look that was devoid of shine.
Inspired by the joy of flight, the Tadashi Shoji A/W 2015 collection evoked a feeling of weightlessness and aerodynamic seaming that inspirits movement. This translated into a gorgeous beauty look with gold glittery eyes, glossy lips and a sponged nail.
To balance out the Bianca Jagger inspired mix of femininity and masculinity in the Marissa Webb A/W 2015 collection, Maybelline artist Yadim teamed up with TRESemmé Stylist Jeanie Syfu to create a soft and fresh look on the models.
New York Fashion Week officially kicked off yesterday and at the Rachel Comey A/W 2015 show, lead artist Maud Laceppe for NARS Cosmetics created a “fresh and effortless girl” with gleaming skin.
With the upcoming Disney Cinderella movie, M·A·C Cosmetics brings us the MAC Cinderella Collection, a gorgeous selection of neutrals for the eyes, lips and cheeks. Keep an eye out for it at select M·A·C locations starting March 5, 2015 and February 26, 2015 at maccosmetics.com.
Yves Saint Laurent really seems to have gotten everything right this Spring. Besides the Volupte Tint-in-Oil which has already gotten quite some buzz, we now have Couture Variation 10-Color Expert Eye Palette. Inspired by fabrics from YSL’s creative studio in Paris, the limited edition palette comes with two sets of shadows that cover all finishes from matte to metallic, satin to iridescent and in light to dark tones, so you can create infinite looks. The long, sleek couture case also features a dual-ended expert applicator for optimal flexibility and color payoff. And while the palettes don’t come cheap at a hefty $95 price tag, they are a great deal versus the regular Couture palette which retails $60 a pop. Better snatch one up before they are gone (Nordstrom is already out of these!)