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Facing Fall

Bold eyes, bare skin and matte lips—the season’s new looks are anything but ordinary


By Anne-Marie Guarnieri


TOM PECHEUX FOR ESTEE LAUDER
Created for the Derek Lam Fall runway 

For its New York Fashion Week debut, Estée Lauder tapped the veteran makeup artist to create the look for Lam. Pecheux, whose handiwork has graced multiple Vogue covers and campaigns for luxury brands like Yves Saint Laurent and Gucci, was appointed creative makeup director for Estée Lauder in 2009; for Lam’s show, he created a smoky blue eye and beige lip that translated into his premiere Fall collection for Lauder, called Blue Dahlia.

TO GET THIS LOOK
Pure Color gloss in Twilight Petal ($20) and Pure Color Five Color eye shadow palette in Blue Dahlia ($40), Estée Lauder. Macy’s, 1675 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach; macys.com

LISA BUTLER FOR NARS
Created for the 3.1 Phillip Lim Fall runway

“Disco-punk” is how the designer described the edgy-eye and matte-lip look that Butler created for his show. Applying multiple layers of color to perfect the rock ’n’ roll vibe, Butler used brown-black shadow and plenty of liner, while keeping the skin essentially bare with just a hint of honey-pink on the cheeks. But what really made this face modern was the matte lip: not too dry, not too creamy—just a perfectly neutral, shine-free pout.

TO GET THIS LOOK
Douceur blush ($26), Pure Matte lipstick in Bangkok ($25) and Coconut Grove eye shadow ($23), Nars. Neiman Marcus, Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave.; neimanmarcus.com

LUCIA PIERONI FOR MAC
Created for the Jason Wu Fall runway

Pieroni created a “boyish but not masculine” look to complement Wu’s collection, elements of which were inspired by the film The Piano and colors found on furniture in Wu’s studio. Eyes were a silvery gray that reflected the light in a way that looked more ethereal than straight-ahead metallic. She kept the skin cool with a slight glow, applying concealer only where needed and highlighter on cheekbones. Lips were soft and nude—an effect achieved by using just a tiny bit of balm, patted in to give a matte finish.

TO GET THIS LOOK
Platinum Pigment ($19.50), Lip Conditioner SPF 15 ($14.50) and Opulash mascara ($14), MAC Pro. 1107 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach; maccosmetics.com

Photographs by david lewis taylor (mac still); michelle bateman (gloss smear); morgan eastlack (nars shadow)

ALLURE MAGAZINE: Cameron Russell in “Ripe Plum” by Michael Thompson

ALLURE MAGAZINE Cameron Russel in Ripe Plum by Michael Thompson. November 2010, www.imageamplified.com, Image Amplified (2)

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ALLURE MAGAZINE Cameron Russel in Ripe Plum by Michael Thompson. November 2010, www.imageamplified.com, Image Amplified (1) ALLURE MAGAZINE Cameron Russel in Ripe Plum by Michael Thompson. November 2010, www.imageamplified.com, Image Amplified (3)
ALLURE MAGAZINE Cameron Russel in Ripe Plum by Michael Thompson. November 2010, www.imageamplified.com, Image Amplified (4)
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