"It's a combination of Belluschi architecture and cars in the '50s," said MAC lead makeup artist Diane Kendal at Proenza Schouler's spring show. Diane kept things simple with MAC Pro Longwear Concealer, applied as sheerly as foundation. She polished the center of the face with MAC Prep + Prime Transparent Finishing Powder, and softly blended MAC Pro Bone Beige Sculpting Powder Pro Palette under the cheekbones to contour. Brows were naturally sculpted and squared off against bare eyelids. Diane finish the look with a swipe of hydrating MAC Lip Conditioner SPF 15. Effortless and fresh.
Perfect Formula was on the spot at Proenza Schouler's spring show. Founder Shari Gottesman created a special custom yellow polish for the runway named Pollen (available February). "This collection, which was inspired by roadside car culture, features a lot of very prim lines, paired with funky fabrics, colors and patterns,” said Shari. “The designers wanted the beauty looks to balance out the ladylike clothes by bringing in a funky element, so we created a really interesting mustard yellow shade to bring a special edge to the nails.”