For the eyes key makeup artist, Romero Jennings created intense color and drama without a ton of shimmer. The color used wasn’t pulled directly from the collection but instead was a color that the designer wanted to use. He pulled the metallic eyeshadow on to the side of the nose. This was meant to be reflected and seen by the viewers of the show. Romero then used the teal color on the outer top and bottom of the eyes to extend the shape of the eyes. He used a pencil brush to dot the teal color into the lashline and then used a #217 brush to blend it out. The cheeks were then sculpted with a taupe powder. A little pearl cream color base on the high planes of the cheeks to added a highlight.
The nail color was a custom blended pink-toned nude with light shimmer. A flat clean look creates a sexy reflective shimmer.
Mineralized skinfinish natural
Bone Beige scupting powder
Pearl cream colour base
Dalliance Mega metal shadow (to be released in spring)
new teal eyeshadow, not yet named/released
Lite Brite cream shadow (new product?)
Haute & Naughty mascara
Studio finish concealer (to lighten brows)
Super kissable lipcolor
Style IT’s Spring 2011 New York Fashion Week coverage is proudly sponsored by Torrid: