Fresh, flawless and outdoorsy was the beauty look created by M.A.C's Senior Make-up Artist Debbie Finnegan for the Emilio Pucci girl.
Picture credit: Rex Features and M.A.C
At Pucci the team was headed up by Lisa Butler who created a look that was fresh, flawless and tailored to each individual girl. They had an almost outdoorsy feel with lips being given the appearance of being deeper in colour, like they had been standing out in the cold a fraction too long.
For the skin we used new M.A.C Pro Concealer Palette, due to launch this year, to perfect and conceal any blemishes or discolouration. Cheeks were given a flush of coral using two shades of lipstick from another new product, M.A.C Pro Orange lip Palette, in shades CB96 and Crosswires. M.A.C Strobe Cream was then added to the high planes of the face to add a youthful dewiness.
Lisa asked us to create the feel of 'liner remnants' on the lower lash line using M.A.C Technakohl in Graphblack dotted in between the lashes and gently blurred until almost invisible. Lashes were curled and brows were maximised to give a fuller feeling. This was done using shades of M.A.C Eyeshadow such as Omega, Copperplate and Typographic that ensured a fluffy natural effect.
Finally the lips were given the 'cooling' touch of a mix of three products. M.A.C Mixing Mediums in Shine and Matte with a whisper of M.A.C Lipmix in Black, an unusual sounding combo I know, this sheer mix deepened the lip just a fraction.
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