The inspiration at the Marchesa F/W '11 runway show reminds us of a damsel caught in a nightmare. A "deconstructed heiress" was the overall look created by key makeup artist, Talia Shobrook for Le Metier de Beaute. Keep reading to see which products were used to create the beauty look at the Marchesa Fall/Winer 2011 show.
Talia wanted the skin to radiate from within, so she created a very sheer, natural luminosity with
Flawless Finish Concealer was added whereneeded to blend away redness and irregularities,focusing on the corners of the inner eye corners, undereye, around the nostrils.
Le Metier de Beaute's Radiance Powder Rouge in Fresh was applied gently to the cheeks using a fan brush.
To keep the face matte and eliminate any shine,Classic Flawless Finish Translucent Loose Powder in was applied lightly to finish.
To create a dewy, three-dimensional effect, Magic Lustre Creme, which turns any powder into a cream,was applied on the eye lid.
True Colour Eye Shadow in Peachy Keen, Innocence and Fire Lily were combined tocreate an antique, tea stained effect around the eyes. This eye shadow color combination was finger blended over the center of the lid near the lash line,above the crease towards the brows and to the bottom outer corner of the eye.
The bottom water linewas lined with Dualistic Eye Pencil in Blizzard.
True Colour Eye Shadow in Mulberry and Canvas wereblended and applied under the bottom lash line.
Anamorphic Lash Mascara in Brownish Black was applied to both the top and bottom lashes.
To create a soft finish, Eye Brightening and Setting Powder in Refreshwas applied below the eye orbital and used to soften any harsh lines.
Eyebrows were groomed and filled in to the arch using Brow Bound Eyebrow Pencil.