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Facing Fall’s Primary Makeup Trends via [OceanDrive and ImageAmplified]

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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

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How to Fake a Vacation Glow with the Hautest NEW MakeUp via [allure, ourvanity.com, and oceandrive]

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Allure
interviews Scott Barnes, a makeup artist who works with Jennifer Lopez
and is the author of About Face (Fair Winds Press).

When people say they want that “lit-from-within glow,” they’re
talking about the healthy, dewy look you have when you’re on vacation
in a sunny place. The first thing you should do to combat dull skin is
get a humidifier. When skin is moist, makeup will go on smoother and
sit on your face better.

Create Foundation. Unless you have phenomenal skin,
you can benefit from sheer foundation. Apply moisturizer first, let it
rest for a minute, then dab off any extra oil with a tissue. Choose a
liquid or cream foundation, and apply it with a brush, which looks most
natural.

Think Outside. Bronzer is crucial if you want to
look sun-kissed. Women often make the mistake of choosing a brick-red
powder, but anyone with fair or medium skin should choose a yellow-brown
formula. You want to create a halo of bronzer around your face: Moving
in a circular motion, lightly buff the apples of the cheeks, the
temples and hairline, and under the jawbone. Leave the areas around
your nose and eyes alone. Bronzer creates too much darkness there,
which can make you look older.

Highlight Sparingly. If you want the light to catch
your features, highlighter works well—just don’t go overboard. I like
to swipe a powder highlighter from the temples to the tops of the
cheekbones. A golden champagne looks good on fair and medium skin; dark
skin looks best with a deeper bronze shade. If you’re in a rush, use
pressed powder on your T-zone, nose, and chin. The areas you leave alone
will reflect light and naturally highlight your cheekbones and
temples.

Keep It Light. Lips should be neutral and glossy. A
woman with fair skin looks best with pink gloss; for dark skin,
mahogany lip gloss is beautiful. Finish by brushing a touch of golden
pink blush onto the apples of your cheeks.

Take Charge



Photographs
by Andreas Ortner
Makeup by Kelly Kearns for MAC cosmetics

Pucker Up

Eyes: Eye shadow in Aquadisiac ($14.50), Fluidline
liquid liner in Blacktrack ($15)
Lips: Lip pencil
in Mouth Off ($13), lipstick in Morange and Vegas Volt ($14 each)
Cheeks:
Mineralize Skin Finish Natural powder in Medium Dark ($26)
Nails:
Pink Bronze pigment ($19.50) topped with Overlacquer ($12)

Bright Eyes

Eyes: Paint stick in Primary Yellow ($20), eye shadow
in Goldmine and Cork ($14.50 each), Fluidline liquid liner in
Blacktrack ($15)
Lips: Lipstick in Up the Amp
($14), lip pencil in Magenta ($13)

Feeling
Cheeky

Lips: Lipstick in Crème d’Nude ($14),
Tinted Lipglass in C-Thru ($14)
Eyes: Eye shadow
in Stars N’ Rockets ($14.50), Eye Kohl in Costa Riche ($14.50)
Cheeks:
Eye shadow in Stars N’ Rockets ($14.50), Pigment color powder in
Frozen White ($19.50)

All cosmetics, MAC
Pro. 1111 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach; macpro.com
MAKEUP
ASSISTANT: Eley Gonzalez
HAIR: Kyra Dorman at Artists by Timothy
Priano using Big Sexy Hair
SHOT ON LOCATION AT BATHHOUSE MIAMI

New Make Up Collections Spring-Summer 2010

Illustrious brands launch not only cloths and shoes collections but lines as well.
Have you already seen the main brands Spring Summer 2010
ranges? Let’s have a look at the makeup pieces we should get the place
in our cosmetics bags for.

Guerlain make up collection SS 2010

Japanese motif from Guerlain – Cherry Blossom Collection

The face of the new Japanese collection
became
who is far from being Japanese.

Guerlain make up collection Spring Summer 2010

But the rest of the collection is in pure Japanese style with the
basic color – cherry in blossom. and
blush gamut are in cherry-pink, pink-lilac and pin-beige palette.

Guerlain SS 2010 make up collection

Guerlain also offers the rich color of ripe cherry for the
lips.

Lilac sky above the desert from Chanel – Les Impressions
Collection

Chanel stakes on two colors this season – lilac-violet and
all the sand hues. They have even chosen the sand background for the new
collection ads.

Chanel SS 2010 make up collection

Natural beige and golden and
rouge hues are perfect for the day , and the rich
violet and lilac are aimed to attract attention to your beauty under the
evening lights.

Chanel makeup collection SS 2010

The accent of the new collection goes to the eye while the
natural-pink or beige lips are only the background of the picture.

Chanel make up collection SS 2010

The same thing is acceptable to the nails. The universal tints fit
each skin color and type.

Chanel make up collection Spring Summer 2010

Dior opts for lace with Boudoir Look Collection

Delicate, light and feminine lace led Dior to the creation
of the eponymous collection.

Dior make up collection Spring Summer 2010

Usual 5-color shadows palette are launched in cold grey-pink-lilac
gamut with typical floral lace impress.

Dior makeup collection Spring Summer 2010

The texture of the compact powder is almost weightless just like the
lace should be. Blush hues are closer to the cold-pink than to the
warm-peach.

Dior SS 2010 makeup collection

Lipsticks and glosses are pink, fuchsia, cold beige. Nail polish –
metal gloss.

Dior Spring Summer 2010 make up collection

Colorful kaleidoscope from Givenchy – New Impressions
Collection

Givenchy is brave in colors! Royal blue, rich violet,
delicate green, saturated terra-cotta and dazzling white colors are in
the palette of the range.

Givenchy makeup collection Spring Summer 2010

Here is a new trick from Givenchy for the season . They launched
the of one color but in different textures: matte,
mother-of-pearl. The blush is for any taste: cold pink, warm peach and
chocolate tints. The
is very special in the line. Its color is violet.

Givenchy make up collection Spring Summer 2010

As to the gamut of lipsticks and lip glosses, they include all the
hues of pink. Nail should also be bright and colorful, admit the
Givenchy
designers.

Hollywood luster from Estee Lauder – Hollywood Stars
Collection

The Spring Summer 2010 collection
from Estee Lauder was created by the fashion designer Michael
Kors
who devoted it to the Hollywood stars.

Estee Lauder makeup collection Spring Summer 2010

At first it seems that the line produces the impression of the shy
and almost innocent, but look attentively and you’ll see the scarlet
lipsctick and nail polish, black and
pencil along with the natural hues.

Estee Lauder Spring Summer 2010 make up collection

With the help of this stuff you can try on various roles ranging from
innocent coquette to vamp, just like the real star.

Holy innocence from Jill Stuart – Jewel Crystal Eyes

Jill Stuart makeup collection Spring Summer 2010

Jill Stuart launched the Spring range with delicate sexual
tints.

Jill Stuart SS 2010 make up collection

The shapes of the products are very girlish but besides the infantile
pink color, there is very adult violet and berry colors.

Jill Stuart make up collection Spring Summer 2010

Intoxicating freedom from MAC – Give me Liberty of London
Collection

Having decorated the cosmetic novelties with flowers and birds, MAC
created the spring mood.

MAC SS 2010 make up collection

This range is nothing but explosion! Pink, violet and corral tints
prevail. Moreover, the collection includes cosmetic bags and kerchief.

MAC make up collection SS 2010

Modesty colors woman into the grey color, think MAC
designers and promote the bright eyes and lips and nail of blue0green
tints.

MAC makeup collection Spring Summer 2010

Spring in Paris with YSL – Paris Passion Spring Look
Collection

Spring Paris – isn’t it a dream of a romantic person? Bright and soft
hues of the YSL collection make you dream about the best city
in the world.

YSL makeup collection Spring Summer 2010

Saturated colors with delicate pastel hues always produce the
captivating looks. The basic colors are turquoise, lilac, and violet in
comb with pink or grey.

YSL make up collection SS 2010

Lips should be sensual and glimmering just like a real Parisian’s
ones, or chocolate and vanilla hues – for the shy ladies. Nails are
brightly red or shyly-violet.

YSL SS 2010 make up collection

Flowers and sea from – O My Rose
Collection

There are few women who may resist sea and flowers. Taking it into
the consideration, , made
them the basic motifs of its new collection sea can be dark-blue and
almost green.

Lancome SS 2010 make up collection

These hues you can find in the palette of the . The
designers made the main accent onto the mother-of-pearl golden sand
color.

Lancome make up collection SS 2010

lips
wear different hues like carrot-red, lilac, chocolate and even scarlet
including all tints of the collection symbol – rose.

Lancome Spring Summer 2010 make up collection

Nails wear bold colors up to black!


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Around the Town in A Day With Miami’s Most Vivacious Socialite, Barbara Becker

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On the Town with Barbara Becker

For the German-born socialite, actress and model, a day isn’t complete without caviar, wallpaper, Warhols and barbecue ribs.

BY Bill Kearney

Clockwise from top left: Becker (left) shows Sam Robin her latest collection of wallpaper; With Sandee Saunders at Caviar Kaspia; With Saunders at The Webster; With Dorothy Blau in front of Blau’s portrait by Andy Warhol; Chef David Whyko heads the table at Delishe; From left, Saunders, Author Lynn Gallow, Maryel Epps, Becker and Robin at Delishe

2:30 PMBarbara runs around the toy-strewn front yard of her Venetian Causeway colonial in bare feet with the kind of frenetic yet unflappable demeanor of someone who’s used to wrangling children.

https://i1.wp.com/www.gala.de/asset/Image/artikel/talk/2009/kw37/becker-quinze-miami.jpg Barbara with her handsome husband Arne Quinze

She has been back from Russia for 24 hours (there to help artist/designer hubby Arne Quinze scout for an event), the kids are still overseas, and right now we’re off to kibitz with mentor/ interior designer Sam Robin, who was mistaken for Barbara’s mother at her wedding last fall in Germany. Bulldog Rocco and cocker spaniel Diva Baby Girl greet us with Sam, and we’re immediately offered glasses of Blanc de Blancs. Billie Holiday plays on the stereo and the girls discuss Barbara’s latest collection of wallpaper (she’s huge in Germany). Soon the conversation turns to kids and weddings, but they both stop and listen to the music a moment, singing together, “If I should take a notion, to jump into the ocean, ’tain’t nobody’s business if I do.”4:30 PM

We hit friend Dorothy Blau’s Bal Harbour condo. Dorothy was the first to bring Andy Warhol’s art to South Florida, and he gave her her signature haircut. Barbara’s in the market for a Christopher Makos. There’s a triptych portrait of Dorothy that Warhol painted in the dining room, and a Jasper Johnsin the kitchen. Dorothy offers white wine and advice about dealing with the death of loved ones, which is pretty much to celebrate that you even knew them. She and Barbara talk art, how to manage expectations and happiness, and set up a meeting between Dorothy and Arne.

6:30 PM

We rush into The Webster to catch BFF Sandee Saunders. Barbara goes gaga over Sandee’s Krelwear dress (she must have one), and there’s an impromptu runway strut. After a caviar session with chef Todd Adkins at Kaspia and a quick shopping excursion for a new bag, we’re off to a gal-pal dinner party at Delishe.

8 PM

At Delishe, chef David Whyko’s private dining spot on the Upper Eastside, Barbara meets with Kiki Kuhnert, president of Dolphin Aid (Barbara is a spokesperson), photog Iran Issa-Khan, singer Maryel Epps and some other friends for a gourmet soul-food dinner of collard greens, truffled mac and cheese, barbecue baby backs and wings. David’s wife, Author, takes music requests, and before long the girls are up and dancing. When the Temptations’ “My Girl” comes on, they all form a kick line, arm-in-arm, and sing along, but change the lyric to “My Girls.”

PHOTOGRAPH BY BILL KEARNEY

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