Backstage beauty in New York & London

It’s all about the barely there look from the Autumn/Winter 2017 shows. The catwalks were adorned with ‘barefaced’ models. AW17 is all about the nude look with a pop of color on the eyes.

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SHOW: Erin Fetherston // Lead Makeup Artist: Kelli Bartlett of Glam Squad
IN PURSUIT OF RHAPSODY: This season romanticism and ethereality meet soft tailoring in timeless shades of burgundy, indigo, olive, rose and saffron. She’s dancing flamenco in Seville, sipping tea in Marrakesh, dreaming of Paris, but her heart is in Laurel Canyon. We are all, foremost, citizens of the world, and we are stronger together. This collection is made with love in New York City.

SHOW: TOME NYC // Lead Makeup Artist: Diane Kendal for MAC
“The Advantages of Being a Woman Artist”: Featured in the New York Times Style Magazine as the #7 Top Moment from New York Fashion Week for the show’s diverse casting of models, from age to size to color and shape. TOME is a line Made by Women, for Every Woman, inspired by art.

SHOW: Marta Jakubowski // Lead Makeup Artist: Lucy Bridge
Girls just wanna have fun as fluorescent colors and 80’s velvet crop tops shimmied down the runway at this presentation. Complementing puffer jackets and A-Line skirts, neon pink, orange, blue and purple eye paint was applied by hand for a flash of color across the lids. A surefire way to brighten up a dull winter day!

Put our backstage regimen to the test!


Step 1: Cleanse

Step 2: Minimize Pores

Step 3: Prep Eyes

Step 4: Treat

Step 5: Moisturize

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