Runway Makeup: Tory Burch Spring 2013


The Look: Prairie Girl.

The Makeup: Using M.A.C. Cosmetics, the makeup artist Diane Kendal created a fresh, natural look at the request of the designer Tory Burch. Face and Body Foundation, as well as Prep + Prime Transparent Finishing Powder, were used as needed to perfect the complexion. A touch of Pro Pigment in Frost brought light to the cheekbones and bridge of the nose. On the eyes, cream shadows from the new Pro palette — Runway Rose on the lid and Must Have Brown in the crease — added subtle definition. Brows were filled, with lashes and lips left bare.

The Hair: The stylist Eugene Souleiman opted for windblown, wheat-like fishtail braids to complement Burch’s Spring 2013 collection. “It’s not a boring, Pippi Longstocking sort of look,” he says. “There’s a romance and lightness to the texture.” An excess of extensions were used to create fullness and length, with the hair being set and secured using only Wella Professionals Stay Essential Finishing Spray (light-hold, flexible hairspray).

The Nails: The manicurist Michelle Saunders achieved a natural-looking nail with one coat of Essie Fed Up, a sheer nude-pink.

The Product: M.A.C. Cosmetics Spring 2013 Forecast Palette is available now at the brand’s Pro stores.

The Takeaway: Souleiman opted to glue on the hair extensions (as opposed to clipping in) to allow for texture and volume at the crown.



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