The early bird catches the news on the latest trend report for the New York MAC Cosmetics Fall / Winter 2010 looks! Check out just some of these crazy styles that hit the runway recently!
“The feeling was 1930’s prostitute – trampy, smoky eye, deep “rougeoir” lips and beautiful pale skin” – Charlotte Tilbury
Face and Body Foundation – Applied all over face to give pale, doll-like skin.
“The colours of the collection inspired the face – natural tones, with mauve, pinks and lavender for a pretty, romantic yet futuristic look” – James Kaliardos
Eye Shadow in Pink Freeze – brushed along the lower lash line.
Eye Shadow in Quite Spoiled (Available Fall 2010) – softly applied to the crease of the eyelid.
Eye Shadow in Beautiful Iris and Quite Spoiled– layered and winged out horizontally from the outer corner of the eye.
Select Moisturecover Concealer – applied to the nose, eyelids and under the eyes, for a satin finish.
Blot Powder – dabbed into the shine areas.
Mineralize Skinfinish Natural – brushed along the cheekbones and temples to contour the face.
MAC Pro Cream Colour Base in Pink – dabbed onto the centre of the lip.
“We tried to reference Courtney Love, translucent, clean, pale skin with a strong red matte mouth” – Lisa Butler
“The make-up reflects the collection – the eye is twisted, sophisticated, gentle hard-core” – Tom Pecheux”
Eye Kohl Pencil in Smolder – penciled along upper lash line and smudged into eyelid.
Lipglass in Fancy Cat (Available Fall 2010) – applied and smudged into the eyelid up to the brow bone.
Lipstick in Kittenish (Available Fall 2010) – smudged under the eye as liner.
Studio Fix Mascara in Black Fix – applied to curled lashes.
Careblends Essential Oils – massaged into the face for dewy skin.
Studio Sculpt Foundation – applied to the entire face for full coverage.
Blot Powder Loose – to set the foundation for a smooth finish.
Lip Conditioner SPF 15 – blotted down and covered with foundation to give a nude, minimal lip.
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“The look was pulled from Studio 54, 70’s winged eye, sexy, iridescent – like a goddess” – James Kaliardos
M·A·C Pro Crème Liner in Black – applied to the eye area, eyelid to brow bone.
M·A·C Pro Pigment in Corn Flower – brushed out from the inner eye corner on the upper lash line using a MAC 213 Brush.
M·A·C Pro Pigment in Steel Blue – brushed out from the inner eye corner on the lower lash line using a MAC 213 Brush.
M·A·C Pro Glitter in 3D Silver – layered over the pigment in the inner corner of the eye.
Zoom Lash Mascara in Zoomblack – copiously applied to the lash.
Eye Kohl in Smolder – to line the lower inner rim of the eye.
Studio Sculpt Foundation – applied to the entire face, for natural yet flawless skin.
Moisture Cover Concealer – applied where needed.
Sculpting Powder in Sculpt and Shaping Powder in Lightsweep – lightly brushed along the cheekbones and temple area.
Prep + Prime Transparent Finishing Powder – swept across the skin to set the foundation for matte face.
M·A·C Pro Lip Erase in Dim – applied to the lip.
“Its Biba and Sarah Moon, late 70’s opulent, dark purples and deep reds” — Diane Kendal
Lip Pencil in Nightmoth – penciled and blended along the rim of the eye and the crease of the eyelid.
M·A·C Pro Eye Shadow in Indian Ink – washed across the crease of the eyelid and around the upper and lower lash line.
Eye Shadow in Vibrant Grape – layered onto the eyelid and crease of the eye.
Mineralize Eye Shadow (Duo) in My Dark Magic (Available Fall 2010) – brushed onto the eyelid and into the crease of the eye.
Zoom Mascara in Zoomblack – applied to top and bottom lashes.
Face and Body Mixing Medium – applied to the entire face.
Blot Film – to blot any excess shine.
Mineralize Foundation SPF15 – layered over the Mixing Medium.
Prep + Prime Transparent Finishing Powder – lightly brushed over the skin to set the foundation.
Lipglass in Docile (Available Fall 2010) – applied to the lip.
“It’s a unique take on the classic Egyptian eye, winged out from the lower lash line for a modern twist” – Andrea Helgadottir
Select Moisturecover Concealer – applied where needed.
Lipstick in Fleshpot and Myth – blended together and pressed into the lip with fingertip.
“Its extreme fashion – reminiscent of the 90’s supermodel, lips and eyeliner overdrawn to the max!” – Val Garland
Eye Shadow in Vanilla and M·A·C Pro Pigment in White – layered onto the eyelid.
Eye Pencil in Ebony and Fluidline in Blacktrack – applied pencil thin below the lower lash line and along the crease of the eyelid, winged out and connected to the outer corner of the eye.
Eye Shadow in Carbon – layered over the eye liner to set.
Lip Erase in Dim – pressed into the centre of the lip with the fingertip to mute the natural color.
Lip Pencil in Stripdown – penciled around the mouth for an overdrawn, fuller lip.
Lipstick in To Pamper (Available Fall 2010) – lightly washed over the lip.
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