Dewy skin, no mascara and a deep burgundy metallic lip was the look sported by the models on Sally LaPointe A/W catwalk. M.A.C Senior Artist, Debbie Finnegan, tells us how to achieve the dark and romantic make-up.
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Kabuki worked his magic to create a 70's Helmut Newton lip, full with a dark romantic side in the form of a burgundy metallic lip. We created this using, McA.C Fluidline in Macroviolet and topping it with M.A.C Pigment in Heritage Rouge. The result was glamorous, edgy and slightly ethereal.
The look also featured a straightened eye created using M.A.C Paint in Sublime Nature across the lid and extended out. M.A.C Sculpting Powder in Sculpt was used to create additional shadows to make the eye appear more horizontal. Finally M.A.C Mixing Medium Shine was placed on the eyelid only to add extra dimension. Brows were lightened by brushing through a wash of M.A.C Studio Finish Concealer on a mascara wand shaped brush.
The skin was matte and flawless with M.A.C Studio Sculpt Foundation and M.A.C Studio Fix Powder Foundation placed on top. The face was sculpted using M.A.C Sculpting Powder in Taupe and creamy highlights were added with M.A.C Mixing Medium Shine.
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