Friday, September 11th, 2009

MAC @ NYFW S/S ’10 for BCBG

The Look

“It’s all about the individual. The look is finished but not made up.” — Lisa Butler for BCBG

Get the Look

  • EYE: Zoom Lash in Zoomblack – applied to lash line as messy but chic liner with a 205 Mascara Fan Brush. Zoomblack Mascara – applied to upper and lower lashes. Zoomblack Mascara- applied to upper and lower lashes
  • FACE: Mineralize SP F15 Foundation – applied to skin where needed and under eyes with 217 Blending Brush.
  • LIP: Lip Conditioner – matted down onto lips with sponge.

See breakdowns for Vena Cava and L.A.M.B.

MAC @ NYFW S/S ’10 for Lloyd Simmonds

The Look

“The collection is inspired by the graphic wall murals of the Ndebele tribe in South Africa, with a Maude Lebowski take on styling so we created a bold, graphic lip in violet.” – Lloyd Simmonds

Get the Look

  • EYE: PRO Taupe Powder Blush – blended over the eyelids and along the lower lash line. Coquette Eye Shadow – applied to the crease of the eyelids. Clear Brow Set – brushed up through the brows.
  • FACE: Studio Sculpt Concealer and Select Cover-up Concealer –applied with M·A·C 190 Foundation Brush to create a matte finish on the skin. Prep + Prime Powder – applied to set the skin. PRO Taupe Powder Blush – brushed under cheekbones to contour.
  • LIP: PRO Lipmix in White, Burgundy, Blue and Red – blended together and applied to the lips to create a matte, opaque violet lip.

MAC @ NYFW S/S ’10 for L.A.M.B.

The Look

“Makeup to capture the spirit of Gwen. A fresh, young and playful approach to past decades. Splashes of vibrant colour to match the line – neutral, soft lines with bold patterns and tribal accents.” — Donald Simrock

Get the Look

  • EYE: Fascinating Eye Kohl – applied to the water line. PRO Lash Mascara – applied to top lashes only . The look featured three different eye looks: Liner 1 – Fascinating Eye Kohl applied in a winged-up shape to lash line as a base with Marine Blue PRO Chromaline brushed on top. Liner 2 – Basic Red PRO Chromaline brushed in a winged-up shape to lash line as a base with PRO Acid Orange Pigment brushed on top. Liner 3 – PRO Beelicious Eye Pencil applied as base in a winged-up shape with PRO Rock It Yellow Pigment brushed on top.
  • FACE: Face and Body Foundation and Studio Finish Concealer – applied to the skin with a 190 Foundation Brush. Mineralize SkinFinish Powder – applied to set the skin. Spiked Brow Pencil – filled into the brows to intensify.
  • LIP: PRO Fleshpot Satin Lipstick and Media Lipstick – pressed onto lips.

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11 thoughts on “NYFW S/S ’10: MAC @ BCBG, Lloyd Simmonds, L.A.M.B.

  1. Nicole15

    Love, love, love – thx Christine! But FYI – i think the look descriptions are flipped & under the wrong pics.

  2. Alyssia

    Hey Christine, I think the pictures for two and three are mixed up :) x

  3. love


    Keep’ em cominG :)!!

  4. Alexis

    Interesting, Im starting to notice a very light touch for the Spring collections. The only color I notice is the lip for Vena Cava and the eyeliner for the L.A.M.B. show – I would love to sit in the audience for that one!!

  5. Christy

    Love the look by LLoyd Simmonds

  6. Ashlee

    I love the middle look
    but the others are just bleh to me not impressed really.

  7. Alix

    I love the Vena Cava lips… but surely there’s an easier way to recreate the color? Any product suggestions?

  8. Anitacska

    Not being nasty, but whats the point of the first one? There are no colours in it whatsoever! Bleh!

  9. Alessandra

    I love looking at these charts, thanks! One question though: I thought beelicious was not eyesafe? I would love to be wrong on this because then I could finally use it as a liner.