New York Fashion Week, Fall 2011: Maybelline at BCBG Max Azria
Published Feb 11, 2011
February 10, 2011: Strong, defined brows were the focal point at BCBG Max Azria's Fall 2011 fashion show, where the makeup stayed in a pretty, neutral palette. "It's '20s meets '70s at BCBG Max Azria this season," said Maybelline New York Global Makeup Artist Charlotte Willer, who led the team backstage. "Glamorous eyes take center stage, against an otherwise natural beauty look."
Keep reading for more makeup tips from Maybelline New York Global Makeup Artist Charlotte Willer, the products she used at the BCBG Max Azria Fall/Winter 2011 fashion show, and more backstage tips!
Charlotte applied Fit Me! Foundation all over the face and neck with her fingers. She then set the foundation with Fit Me! Pressed Powder for a smooth, flawless finish. For the cheeks, Charlotte swept the limited edition Baked Blush in Pressworthy Pink (a new shade for Fall 2011!) onto the apples of cheeks and blended until the blush looked like a sheer veil.
Charlotte skipped the mascara and concentrated on the brows. First, she filled them in with Define-A-Brow pencil. Then she fluffed up the brows with a brush to add volume and make them look more natural. On the eyes, Charlotte applied the golden white Eye Studio Color Plush Silk Eyeshadow in Give Me Gold (a new shade for Fall 2011!) to the inner corners and a darker brown shadow in the crease. Then she highlighted the brow bones with a neutral gold shadow.
Charlotte prepped lips with lip balm and then applied the pearly pink Color Sensational Pearls Lipcolor in So Pearly straight from the tube.