Tarte & Lippmann @ Lela Rose
"We did eyes in a dusty blue-gray with a little black smudged in, explained makeup artist Tina Turnbow. The rest of the face was kept minimal. "We just used a pretty opalescent lip balm," she said.
GET THE LOOK - MAKEUP
Think of the eye as a rounded sphere or planet. The inner crease of the eye is darkened up to the brow with the shimmery deep blue gray (eyeshadow in lucy I'm home). The outer area is rounded, softly muted blackness. The center of the eye is the lightest, with darker edges (inner and outer corner of eye) ending in black (eye couture palette). Apply blue lagoon only in the center of the top and lower lids. Blend the blue into the gray and then into a bit of the black. There should be a bit of the blue and silver gray (eye couture palette) blended in the center of the lower lashline. Apply smolderEYES in the inner rim of the eyes. Top it off with a coat of lights, camera, lashes! mascara on the top and bottom lashes (no curling needed).
The mineral powder -provocateur pressed mineral powder- matted down skin. the eraser 4-in-1 natural concealer was used after applying shadows to avoid fallout. smooth operator oil-free tinted moisturizer with SPF 20 (one shade lighter than model's complexion) was smoothed on skin. Just a bit of healthy blush on cheeks with Blissful Natural Cheek Stain -a peachy pink-.
Slide Tin Lipbalm in Pucker Up created a pretty opalescent sheer pout.
GET THE LOOK - NAILS
Nails sparkled, in blue, thanks to Deborah Lippmann's Nail Polish in Across the Universe, a new release for fall. "It was one of those match made in heaven situations," she said, when asked about the color. "I was already doing this shade for fall, and, when I met with the design team to go over the clothing, we realized that she had a fabric in her fall collection that exactly matched it. We thought, let's not be serious, let's just have fun!" She filed nails into a short almond shape, and painted on two coats of the blue and green glitter formula, that's set in a sheer navy base.