lørdag den 18. februar 2012

FOTN 090212 with inspirations from Rodarte SS12

So I was feeling lost for inspiration on what to do with my face as I was going out last  thursday. So I thought "why not try something 'from the SS12 runway' ??" and the look from Rodarte SS12 was right up my alley! I think it turned out quite nice, though there is too much color on my lips compared to the pics :)
face / ansigt:
MAC Face and Body Foundation
MAC Studio Finish Consealer
MAC Mineralize Skinfinish Natural
Mac Cremeblend Blush in Lady Blush
Mac Powder Blush in Perfect Cheek
eyes / øjne:
MAC Paint in Bare Canvas
MAC Print e/s
MAC Deep Truth e/s
MAC Soft Brown
MAC Feline Kohl
generic white eyeliner...
MAC Prep + Prime Lash
Rimmel London Accelerate Volume Mascara
lips / læber: 
MAC Subculture Lipliner
Kate Moss for Rimmel London 07 Lipstick

Well, I found the pictures first, so I just used what I had and thought looked similar. But later I actually found Senior Beauty Editor Celia Ellenberg's take on the look:
"If it wasn't clear from the sunflower-print opening looks that Laura and Kate Mulleavy sent out onto the runway, Vincent van Gogh and his most famous paintings partially inspired their Spring Rodarte collection and its complementary beauty look. "It's Starry Night," makeup artist James Kaliardos said backstage, referencing the Dutch post-impressionist master's oil-on-canvas depiction of the view outside his sanitarium room window.

"Bigger! Smokier!" Kaliardos told his army of face painters, who encased eyes in midnight blue accordingly, thanks to a precise layering effort of NARS' new Soft Touch Shadow Pencil in Dark Rite, a shimmering navy, and its Eye Shadows in Night Flight, a deep ink, and Tropic, a glittery aqua. Cheeks were treated to a blended application of NARS Cream Blush in Penny Lane, a muted mauve that was also patted onto lips and topped with its Lip Gloss in Nano, a sheer purple, for a lavender-tinged nude effect.

The famous painting's swirling stars and dark backdrop inspired nail guru Deborah Lippmann as well, who custom-mixed large pieces of silver and graphite sequins into her sparkling navy lacquer Lady Sings the Blues. "You've gotta amp it up for the girls," Lippmann said, referring to the Mulleavys, who are particular about every single detail that goes into their shows, right down to the toes. "They didn't want them to match the nail," Lippmann mentioned, slicking on pedicures with two coats of her universal neutral varnish Fashion.

Odile Gilbert diverted from the art-history reference to add a retro forties element to the equation in the form of "sweet sixteen" hair that worked well with the designers' series of fantasy, almost promlike dresses. "It's sort of teenager-y," Gilbert said, scrunching in Kérastase Volumactive Conditioning Mousse and its Double Force Hairspray for a tiny bit of texture. It wasn't all youth and whimsy, though—the front row's mean age notwithstanding. Gilbert side-parted strands and then created a twisted wave that she secured with a hair comb. "That's the part that's sophisticated," she said."
So long story short, they used Nars! :P

Have you tried any of the runway SS12 looks yet? BTW! This would look AWESOME on brown eyes!! :D

DANSK! Jeg var lidt inspirations forladt da jeg skulle i byen sidste torsdag og så tænkte jeg "hvorfor ikke prøve en af de looks fra SS12 catwalk'en?" og jeg fandt Rodarte SS12, som var lige det jeg ledte efter. Synes selv det blev helt okay - selvom der er for meget farve på mine læber i forhold til billederne.
Jeg fand billederne først og brugte bare det jeg havde liggende som jeg synes lignede. Men jeg fandt Senior Beauty Editor Celia Ellenbergs ud talelser om Rodarte SS12 showet og makeuppen (ovenover). De brugte Nars, hvor jeg så brugte MAC.

Har du prøvet et af de mange SS12 looks? FORRESTEN, så ville dette look se MEGA godt ud på folk med blå øjne! :D

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