New York Fashion Week wraps up today, but there is, of course, one last batch of backstage beauty reports to ponder. Today, we have all the need-to-know details on the beauty looks at DKNY (left) and Narciso Rodriguez (right), as well as the inspiration behind each look and notes on how you can recreate them. For further details, read on!
At DKNY, Maybelline New York global makeup artist Charlotte Willer was inspired by the thought of a Californian girl who has arrived in New York to summer in the Hamptons. To start, Willer prepped skin with a layer of Maybelline Fit Me Foundation, before using a mix of Fit Me Bronzer in Light Bronze and Fit Me Blush in Deep Rose to achieve a sunkissed glow. On the eyes, Willer used the Maybelline Eye Studio Color Explosion Luminizing Eyeshadow in Caffeine Rush palette to apply a light beige shade to the lids, up to the brow bone. To finish, she used Maybelline Volume Express One-by-One Mascara and the Define-A-Brow Eyebrow Pencil. As for the lips, Willer smooth on a light layer of Color Sensational High Shine Lipcolor in Glisten Up Pink, as well as Baby Lips Lip Balm in Quenched.
At Narciso Rodriguez, Shiseido artistic director Dick Page created a monochromatic look that balanced out the bright hair. Page started with a light layer of foundation, before applying a soft brown-rose shadow to the eyelids and lips. He finished by applying Shiseido Shimmering Rouge Lipstick RD713 to the lips. Meanwhile, Wella Professionals global creative director Eugene Souleiman wanted to create hair that mimicked the strongest color in the ensemble that each model wore. To start, he applied Wella Professionals Hairspray, combing through the hair to achieve a “wet” appearance. Then, he applied Kryolan Color Spray in white, lavender or green.
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