“It’s a sculpted, monochromatically nude face in honey browns,” says makeup artist Lucia Pieroni on the models’ makeup for Jonathan Saunders’ Fall Collection, “it’s all about the eyelashes….so it’s more feminine than androgynous.”
Pieroni applied MAC Studio Sculpt Foundation and MAC Studio Finish Concealerfor perfect skin, and set it with MAC Invisible Set Powder in the T-Zone. Using a MAC 129 brush to blend, Pieroni applied MAC Sculpting powder in Bone Beige as a contour underneath cheekbones. She patted MAC Clear Lip Glass super high on the cheekbones and beside the eyes to give extra sheen to the skin.
Pieroni diffused MAC Paint Pot in ‘Groundwork’ all the way around the eye anad into the socket, blending it with a MAC 217 brush. She then placed MAC Eye Pencil in ‘Coffee’ in the waterline and lash line, and finished the look with several coats of MAC Zoom Lash Mascara in ‘Zoomblack’. MAC Clear Lip Glass on dabbed onto the center of the lid gives a super glossy, creamy nude finish. Brows were set with MAC Clear Brow Set.
Pieroni used a touch of MAC Studio Sculpt Concealer to take out any natural redness in the lip, and patted on MAC Lipstick in ‘Myth’ delicately.