“Sci-fi, sporty, blade-runner girl. Honed-to-the-bone skin. There is aggressiveness to the brows – they’re a bit boyish.”
Val Garland – Key Artist
MAC Face and Body Foundation was buffed into the skin using Brush 187.
MAC Gloss Texture was mixed with Reflects Pearl and applied from the lash to the brow. Boyish brows were created by brushing brows up with MAC Eyebrow Brush 266. Brows were then filled in with MAC Eye Brow Pencils in appropriate shades, followed my MAC Brow Finisher.
MAC PRO Lip Erase was lightly applied to the lips to bring down their natural color.
“The look was inspired by a photograph of Charlotte Rampling from the 70s.”
Polly Osmond – Key Artist
MAC Face and Body Foundation was blended into the skin with Brush 187. Sculpt and Shape in Accentuate was applied with Brush 136 onto cheek bones for contour.
MAC Eye Shadows in Embark and Corduroy were brushed into the crease of the eyelid with Brush 224 and onto the outer half of the lower lash line. Using Brush 242, Yellow Gold Pigment was applied to the inner corner of the lid, as well as the inner bottom lash line; Rose Gold Pigment was applied to the center of the lid and the center of the lower lash line. Antiqued Copper Pigment was applied to the outer corner of the lids. The pigments were then blended with Brush 224. Zoom Lash Mascara in Black was coated onto the top and bottom lashes. Brows were lightly filled in with Lingering Eye Brow Pencil and Clear Brow Set.
MAC 4N Lipstick was patted onto the lips and 2N Lipglass was layered on top.
Friday at the tents, I’m sitting on a bench – just minding my own…then out of the corner of my eye, I spy Bianca from Cycle 9 of America’s Next Top Model!!!
What is going on with me? In the span of one week, I run into Nigel Barker and Bianca?!?!?
She was there with another striking woman who looked very familiar, but I couldn’t place her face. Only after they left did the lightbulb go off. The other woman was Nyabel from The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency.
Damn, I’m short.
“A flavor of film noir, a haunted woman, 19th century romanticism interpreted by Hollywood in the 1930s.”
Kabuki – Key Artist
MAC PRO Red Pepper Lipstick was sheered out on the cheeks to give the skin a slight flush.
MAC Paint Pot in Perky was applied to the lid, followed by Quite Natural Paint Pot, which was placed above the lid crease. Cash Flow Paint Pot was added to the inner corner of the eyes using a 213 Brush. Emphasis Sculpting Powder was brushed onto the lower lash line and on the crease, followed by Burnt Burgundy Paint Stick. Polished Ivory Paint Stick was placed onto the outer corner of the lids.
MAC PRO Lipstick in Red Pepper was applied as a stain to the lips.
“Robert Palmer girls gone wild.”
John Stapleton – Key Artist
Studio Fix Fluid Foundation was applied to the face, followed by MAC Mineralized Skinfinish in Natural, which was brushed onto sin with a 187 Brush to contour the face.
MAC Paint Pot in Constructivist was applied to the lids with a 225 Brush, followed by Blackground Paint Pot. Smut Eye Shadow was layered from lash line to brow using a 224 Brush. MAC Smolder Eye Kohl was used to line the eyes; the line was dragged out past the natural lash line towards the brow, and blended with a 228 Brush.
MAC Lipstick in Myth was patted onto lips with a 318 Brush.
“Something elegant and sophisticated but with a point of pop colour.”
Gordon Espinet – Key Artist
MAC Prep+Prime Skin was used to prepare skin, followed by Mineralized Skinfinish Natural in appropriate shades. A mixture of MAC PRO Clear Pink Gloss and Desert Rose Powder Blush was blended onto cheeks followed by Mineralized Skinfinish in Light Flush.
MAC Prep+Prime Lash was applied to lashes followed by a coat of Royal Wink Fluidline with a 205 Brush. Brows were combed.
MAC Mellow Flame Lipstick was brushed onto lips.