Tuesday, February 17th, 2009

DKNY | Charlotte Tilbury

Inspiration: “The look is inspired by the late 50’s – she is a modern take on a punky 50’s school girl.”

Eyes: Black Black chromaline – lining the top lashline in a thick rectangular shape extended out past the outer corner of the eyes. Ebony eye pencil – applied to the waterline. Black prolash mascara – applied to top lashes only. Fling eye brows – drawn into brows to slightly define the shape and add a bit of an arch.

Face: Face and Body foundation – smoothed on to even out skin tone in a sheer application. Blot powder – brushed over the t-zone to diminish extra shine. Laid Back blushcreme – blended high on the cheek bones.

Lips:: Laid Back blushcreme – patted on to lips for a sheer stain.

See breakdowns for Diane Von Furstenberg and Tuleh…

Diane Von Furstenberg | James Kaliardos

Inspiration: “A woman who’s home is everywhere – nomad chic.”

Eyes: Soba eye shadow – blended over lids, up past crease, out toward temples and along lower lashline. Pearl cream colour base – to highlight the inner corner of the eyes. Pro Barelash – foundation toned product applied with a mascara wand combed through brows to diminish natural hair colour.

Face: Studio Sculpt spf 15 foundation – applied as a minimal base to the face. Pro sculpting powder – blended under cheek bones and up toward temples to contour. Pearl cream colour base – touched on the high plane of the cheek bone for highlight.

Lips: Lip Erase – applied in a sheer layer to pale down the lips. Sculpt and Shape in Bone Beige – applied with a lip brush to line the mouth.

Tuleh | Polly Osmond

Inspiration: “She’s a 1930s parisian with a soft smokey eye and mauve lip.”

Eyes: Copperplate eye shadow – applied heavier toward the lash lines and diffused up toward the brows for soft smoky eyes. Stud brow pencil – drawn in a thin line to elongate brows.

Face: Face and Body foundation – applied to the face in tones matching skin for a natural dewy look.

Lips:: dark side and dark knight lipsticks – pressed on to the lips with fingers for a mauve stain.

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4 thoughts on “New York Fashion Week Fall 2009 – DKNY, Diane Von Furstenberg, Tuleh

  1. dark side and dark knight lipsticks must be new!! excited!!

  2. TobyTrisexual

    dark knight lipstick… we likes the sounds of that!

  3. Brenda

    Ohhh Dark Knight sounds mighty interesting.

  4. I am intrigued by cooperplate. have been eyeing it, but now i just MIGHT buy it. :p