2014, Afro-Cuban, Alice + Olivia, Charlotte Tilbury, Fashion, Lela Rose, Makeup, Makeup Artist, Mally Roncal, Maybelline, New York, New York Fashion Week, NYFW, Rachel Zoe, Romy Soleimani, Sara Lucero, Stila, Tracy Reese
My apologies for yesterday, but it was a busy day at the one where I moonlight in the real world and didn’t give me the chance to post one. Hopefully today I’ll be able to post a second installment, so lets get to it!
We’re creating the all-American girl
This is what makeup artist Sarah Lucero from Stila said for Alice + Olivia. She kept the face flawless but natural with only concealer where needed and used a coral flush with Lillium on cheeks, Gerbera on the lips, sheer white eye shadow and mascara.
Isn’t this picture just beautiful? I just love everything it is of it.
Tracy Reese sent her beautiful models like this up here with this Afro-Cuban beauty theme. Makeup Artist Mally Roncal did a heavy 50’s inspired cat eye and used a gold eye pencil and rimmed the inner rim of the eye to like the middle and then lined with a soft charcoal to finish the lining to give it a slept in look with groomed and glossed brows for high shine, mascara and a dab of gloss on the lips
Rachel Zoe sent her models down the runway in really chic designs and also with beautiful fresh faced models. Charlotte Tilbury created the look to make the models look sun-kissed. She used Maybelline products and added bronzer on the nose, under the cheek bones and across the forehead. To finish the look, she added berry barely there lip.
Lela Rose had their models walk down the cat walk in gorgeous pastel colors like this beautiful green. Makeup artist Romy Soleimani used Stila cosmetics and decided to compliment the gorgeous hair with some pop of color like with greens, pinks, and oranges.
See how gorgeous and easy these looks are? And they are definitely at home friendly too! Stay tuned for more!