Backstage Secret Weapon: NYFW Spring 2011

Backstage Secret Weapon: NYFW Spring 2011
ESSENCE.COM Sep, 10, 2010

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At the Carlos Miele show, Maybelline New York makeup artist Ruben Zamora gave models a “sultry (look), but intense enough to go from day to evening,” using Maybelline Color Gleam Cream Eyeshadow in Rose Revolution.
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At Victoria Beckham’s Spring 2011 show, Frederic Fekkai lead stylist Didier Malige created a 60’s-inspired look using Frederic Fekkai Coif Sheer Hold Hairspray. Very “modern” mod!

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At the Derek Lam show, Estee Lauder Creative Makeup Director Tom Pecheux gave the models tawny, beachy cheeks using Estee Lauder Blush in Sweet Nectar. “Gorgeous skin and sun-kissed cheeks bring the fantasy of the Derek Lam woman,” he said.

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At the Ohne Titel show, Revlon Global Artistic Director Gucci Westman gave the models’ lips a bright pop of color using Revlon Just Bitten Lipstain in Passion. “I focused neutral makeup with bright, just bitten lips,” said Westman. “The look was about effortless, sporty chic.”

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At the Thakoon show, makeup artist Diane Kendal for Nars Cosmetics gave the models an earthy glow using Nars Laguna Bronzer. “[The look is] golden, but not tanned,” she said. “As if they’re glowing from within.”

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Backstage at Rag & Bone, Revlon’s Global Artistic Director Gucci Westman defined models’ eyes with a swipe of Revlon Colorstay Liquid Liner in Blackest Black. “The girls looked slightly windswept, with dewy skin and a grayish, slightly brown sheen eye,” said Westman.

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Backstage at Christian Siriano, Aveda lead stylist Antoinette Beenders used Aveda Brilliant Spray-On Shine to add gloss to the models’ textured buns. Their hair looked fierce, and the the shine was glorious!

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