With a collection based on '50s silhouettes and Marni's love of color and unusual textures and prints, it's no wonder that the makeup followed. The eyes were the main feature, with a slash of dramatic orange applied in a cat eye.
Tom began by prepping models' faces with Care Blends Essential Oil to hydrate and prepare the skin before applying Matchmaster SPF 15 Foundation for a natural matte finish. Prep + Prime Transparent Finishing Powder was applied through the centre of the face for a polished effect.
Tom shaded brows to create dimension using a 219 Pencil Brush and applied MAC Pro Caramel and Terracotta Studio Finish Skin Corrector as eye liner above the upper lashline for a tan leather effect. He used Prep + Prime Transparent Finishing Powder to set the Corrector. Studio Finish Skin Corrector Fascinating Eye Kohl was applied through the waterline and buffed outwards through the lower lashes. For a natural lip, Lip Conditioner SPF 15 hydrated and perfected lips. Another dab of foundation was feathered over the edges of the lip, allowing the natural colour to bleed through the center.
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