“The look is a modern take of Faye Dunaway in ‘Bonnie and Clyde’,” says MAC Makeup Artist Val Garland, “A black smoky eye made more fierce through shading and manipulating the shape.”
Garland sparingly applied MAC Face & Body Foundation for a natural finish, and blended MAC Pro Sculpting Cream in ‘Accentuate’ for a subtle contour.
Garland smudged MAC Creme Shadow in ‘Peril’ (available Autumn/Winter 2011) over the eyelid and set with MAC Pressed Powder in ‘Pro Deep Damson’.
Garland smudged MAC Creme Shadow in ‘Seed’ (available Autumn/Winter 2011) over the eyelid and set with MAC Eye Shadow in ‘Pro Bottle Green’.
Garland smudged MAC Creme Shadow in ‘Smothered’ (available Autumn/Winter 2011) over the eyelid and set with MAC Pro Long Wear Eye Shadow in ‘Thru the Night’.
Garland drew MAC Creme Liner in ‘Black‘ through the lower lash line and then set with the corresponding eye shadows.
MAC Lip Conditioner SPF 15 hydrates the lip while MAC Studio Finish concealer, blotted over the lips, takes down their natural tone.
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