Makeup went '60s pop art chaos at Meadham Kirchhoff's spring show. "Warhol images. Courtney Love. Elizabeth Taylor. PJ Harvey," said MAC makeup artist Florrie White on the chromatic look.
Florrie used MAC Studio Sculpt SPF 15 Foundation and MAC Select Moisturecover to perfect the skin, then set the base with MAC Careblend Pressed Powder. Florrie mixed MAC Paint Sticks in Genuine Orange and Primary Yellow together and patted them onto the cheeks for a doll-like effect. MAC Pro Paint Stick in Hi-Def Cyan and Pure White were mixed together and blended over the lids up to the brow. Florrie mixed and applied MAC Pro Paint Stick in Basic Red and Magenta through the eyebrows and upper lashes as a liner. Lastly, she mixed MAC Pro Paint Stick in Basic Red, Magenta and Pure White and applied them beyond the natural line of the lip.
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