Key Make-up Artist: Linda Jefferyes for M.A.C
Inspiration behind the look:
“Sun kissed and windswept. Deserts and dust storms where the inspiration behind the Therese Rawsthorne look. A rudy brown taupe cheek is the main feature to this look. Skin is creamy dusty and matt”.
Description of the look: A rudy brown taupe cheek is applied heavily across the cheek bone area. Brows are slightly heavier and the skin has a creamy dusty and matt finish to it.
Key Products to used to create the Look:
Face: face and body foundation, polished ivory chromecake, Powder Select sheer/loose.
Cheek: Taupe, sculpt
Eyes: Taupe, gesso, vanilla , brow set clear, brow set Beguile and Girl Boy
Key Make-up Artist: Nicole Thompson, Senior Artist M.A.C Australia
Music festivals of the 70’s and how someone fabulous would look after a day in the sun – dancing and have the time of her life…effortless..this is just how she looks – but how did she achieve it?
Uber fresh skin with a creamy bronze look, eyes are washed with nutty tones of brown, copper and tan with chunky mascara – perfectly imperfect. Her skin warm her lips are natural
EYES: Groundwork Paintpot, Tan & Copper Pigments pressed on with fingers
SKIN: Face and Body, Sculpt concealer, Mineralize Natural Powder Pressed to perfect skin, skin is tanned with Mid-tone Sepia Cream Colour Base across the nose and cheeks, temples and jawline.
CHEEKS: Vintage Rose Cream colour Base for a natural flush, and Pearl Cream Colour Base for the after sun glow
LIPS: Cleaned with make-up remover, conditioned with Lipconditioner clear and then Vintage Rose CCB press lightly over the top
For his debut show at Rosemount Australian Fashion Week designer Lui Hon partnered with Jurlique. Products were readily available for the models to indulge with such as the Rosewater Balancing Mist and Lavender Hydrating Mist, Love Balm (one of my own favourites) and hand creams like the new Jasmine scent.
Knight Sam McKnight created the following look “The New Nothing” for Angelo Marani’s Autum /Winter 10’ Milan show. Inspired by both the New York East Village girl’s and Patti Smith.
"It’s about naturally healthy looking hair, shampooed, conditioned and left to dry."
Starting with fresh and clean hair, using Pantene’s Volume & Body Shampoo and Conditioner. Then combing through a small amount of the Volume and Body Magnifying Mousse,
then Knight suggests
“For girls with really curly hair, we blow dried it slightly, just to leave some texture, and for girls with straight hair we added a small amount of movement and texture using tongs," says Sam. Instead of a defined parting, the hair was left to fall naturally. "
If you are strapped for time and need your hair ready faster, I would suggest after applying mousse blow dry hair up-side down running your fingers through it to ‘tousle ‘ it up a bit. When your hair is dry flip your head back and let it fall naturally. If your hair gets frizzy as soon as it see’s a hair drier (like mine) you may then want to follow with a light anti-frizz or shine spray.
I love this look because a: it’s easy (really anyone can do it), and b: I feel its going to be a cute way to toughen up your trans-seasonal wardrobe eg. Floral dress and biker jacket combo.
Aussie? Don’t forget to enter my Pantene giveaway ending March 5th!!