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Milan Fashion Week SS14 Make-up Looks!

Check out the stunning Spring/Summer 2014 make-up looks + face charts from last week’s Milan Fashion Week! The product details from every look are mentioned below each image. All make-up looks were created by M·A·C Make-up artists using M·A·C products of course 😉

Enjoy 🙂

 

Show: Alberta Ferretti
Look: “Gorgeous, young, fresh, whimsical and romantic.”
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FACE
Prep + Prime Skin Smoother blended over hydrated skin to smooth and perfect texture.
Studio Finish SPF 35 Concealer applied as needed for a minimal, fresh effect to skin.
Groundwork Pro longwear Paint Pot sculpted over cheekbones, across the bridge of nose,
forehead and chin to contour.
Have a lovely day! Casual Colour (available Spring/Summer 2014) patted high over cheekbones
for a flush of colour.

EYES
M·A·C eye brows shade appropriately chosen and used to balance and perfect brows.
Clear brow set combed upwards through the brow to define and groom.
Groundwork Pro longwear Paint Pot brushed over the eyelid, through the socket, and under
eyes using 224 tapered blending brush.
April in Paris and Cultivating Chic From Spring 14 trend Forecast/eye mixed together and
blended over the eyelids.
M·A·C rose Sparkle eye liner (available Spring/Summer 2014) washed over the eyelids with the
195 concealer brush for a soft pinky dimension of glitter over eyes. Lashes are well curled to finish.

LIPS
Studio Finish SPF 35 Concealer patted into conditioned lips using fingertips and blotted with a
tissue afterwards to soften the natural tone of lips to finish.

 

 

Show: Dsquared2
Look: “1950’s Tropical girl.”
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FACE
Studio moisture Fix SPF 15 massaged into skin to nourish and hydrate.
C5 and C7 Face & body Foundation mixed together and blended over the face with fingertips to
warm skin.
Medium deep and dark mineralize Skin finish natural Foundation blended over apples of
cheeks and under cheekbones for a bronzing effect to skin.
Pearl Cream Colour base patted into the upper cheekbones with fingertips to hightlight.
Prep + Prime transparent Finishing Powder/loose swept over the forehead, under eyes, around
the mouth and chin to set and polish to perfection.

EYES
M·A·C eye brows shade appropriately chosen and applied with a squared 50s arch, without being
too heavy.
Coffee eye Pencil applied through the root of the upper lashes to thicken and define.
M·A·C Pro Copper beach and richly honed Sculpting Cream mixed together and blended from
the upper eyelid upwards to the brow, using 224 tapered blending brush.
Haute & naughty black lash mascara swept over curled upper lashes only to define.
30 lash a few flares were placed through the upper outer corners of lashes to enhance and extend
with a lift.

LIPS
What a blast! Pro longwear lip Pencil used to define and contour lips.
Morange lipstick applied with the 228 mini shader brush in a 50s shape, overdrawn and fuller at
the outer corners to finish.

 

 

Show: JUST CAVALLI
Look: “She’s an effortless ‘urban’ who likes her make-up in a lived way… She finds
perfection trashy.”

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FACE
Face & Body foundation lightly blend over skin to even and tone with a beautiful, sheer finish to
skin.
Matchmaster Concealer (spring/summer 2014) applied as need to perfect.
Care Blends essential oils and pearl Cream Colour Base mixed together and blended over
strategic place to ensure the highlights are effective.

EYES
Feline Kohl power eye pencil applied through the lashes first to live on the skin in a “teenage”
way.
Cultivating Chic from spring 14 trend forecast/eye blended across the eyelid and under
the eye with a small fluffy brush.
Feline power Kohl eye pencil is then drawn through the lower lashline in an extended straight
line and once again through the upper lashes, creating a lengthening oval around eyes versus a
feline flick.
Clear Brow set combed through the brow to lightly define and set.

LIPS
Have a lovely day! Casual Colour (available spring/summer 2014) pressed into lips and then
powdered for a fresh matte nude to finish.

 

 

Show: N°21
Look: “A french woman, pretty natural, as natural as the show is…”

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FACE
Massage moisturizer into skin with hands to soothe and rejuvenate.
Matchmaster Concealer (available Spring/Summer 2014) applied with 190 foundation brush in a
bit of a lighter shade to brighten under eyes and conceal.
M·A·C Pro invisible Set Powder swept over the face to set and polish.

EYES
M·A·C Pro black Creme liner drawn through the upper lash line to define and extend the eye
lashes are well curled.
Matchmaster Concealer (available Spring/Summer 2014) swept over the eyelids for a flawless
blank canvas of perfected texture and dimension.
Sculpted black Studio Sculpt lash mascara (available Spring/Summer 2014) applied through
both upper and lower lashes from root to tip to define.
Gesso eye Shadow softly blended over the eyelids to highlight, intensifying the application
through the middle of the lid, inner corners of eyes, and upper cheekbone to highlight.
Fascinating eye kohl applied through the waterline to brighten and open eyes.

LIPS
Mattely in love velvetease lip Pencil (available Spring/Summer 2014) gently buffed into lips to
finish.

 

 

Show: MAX MARA
Look: “To bring luxury to minimalism.”
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FACE
Matchmaster spf 15 foundation blended into hydrated skin to even and tone.
Matchmaster Concealer (available spring/summer 2014) applied as needed to perfect.
Prep + Prime transparent finishing powder/loose swept through the middle of the face to set
and polish to a natural matte finish.
Tender moon sparkle shadow (available spring/summer 2014) swept over the upper
cheekbones for a beautiful sheen to skin.

EYES
Chilled fluidline (available spring/summer 2014) painted over the entire eye and brows for a
sheer, modern luminescent base.
M·A·C pro gold reflects glitter swept over the eyes and brows for added sparkle and dimension.

LIPS
Studio finish spf 15 Concealer patted into nourished lips for a concealing base prior to lip colour.
Mattely in love velvetease lip pencil (available spring/summer 2014) blended over lips to finish.

 

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