“The whole feel behind the show is ethereal, almost like water nymphs. There’s a lot of Greek aesthetic to the dresses, so we’re really sculpting the girls’ eyes out in a languid socket line, if you imagine those Greek statues that look quite hollow and carved. On the skin we’ve used a pigment called Pink Opal, and we’re polishing the skin with that, then we’ve put a gold highlight through the centre of the face. So it’s all about a play on light, a play on iridescence. This is a different take on a nude lip – it’s less 60s and more like a golden, natural skintone. To create the lip, we used a Pro product called Lip Erase, and the great thing about those are they’re very hydrating, so you get a matte look that’s also hydrated. To take away the brow, we just used some concealer, pushed through with a mascara brush,” – James Molloy for M.A.C.
Photographs and quote courtesy of Beauty Directory.
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