Make Up For Ever @ Park Choon Moo S/S 2011


Make Up For Ever @ Park Choon Moo S/S 2011

Acclaimed make up artist Kabuki served as key artist for the Park Choon Moo Spring/Summer 2011 fashion show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. Kabuki wanted to create a look that was light, airy and unexpected. The make up was muted to complement the clothes.

Makeup How-to

Complexion & Cheeks: Kabuki first used HD Invisible Cover Foundation to create a flawless canvas. Then to create a pale complexion, the entire face was dusted with Make Up For Ever Super Matte Loose Powder #0.

Eyes: Kabuki decided to give the eyes a more avant-garde look, so he first applied sections of Make Up For Ever Faux Lash #156 and curled the top lash line so it pointed upward. He then combed Make Up For Ever Wet Make Up #0 in white through the lashes to give them a โ€œwhite outโ€ effect. Kabuki also muted the eyebrows by combing Make Up For Ever HD Invisible Cover Concealer through the brows to give them an almost invisible look.

Lips: The look was completed with the perfect beige mouth using Make Up For Ever Rouge Artist #22.

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Kabuki is a makeup artist who I love SO much… About half of the time.

His natural beauty and muted/limited color-palette looks are always just “eh” for me. His more colorful and/or avant-garde works on the other hand are AMAZING and always inspirational! I can’t think of another artist (makeup, music, visual, etc.) who’s work I love and can’t stand all at the same time. LOL!

For me this look just falls flat on the floor… But I still think he’s a fantastic artist.

i like the first pic…the second looks a bit like it needs to be seen from a distance…like if i squint i can see it would look really ethereal on the runway…

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