Max Mara Makeup, Milan Fashion Fashion Week S/S 2012


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Heavily powdered cheeks were the focus at Max Mara, as the collection was centered around a beige and nude color palette. "I wanted to create a minimal, sporty, and urban woman," said makeup artist Tom Pecheux.


Tom began with a layer of MAC Face & Body Foundation  to keep skin looking fresh and added MAC Pro Invisible Set Powder through the centre of the face for a polished effect. MAC Pro Full Coverage Foundation was blended on the cheeks as a blush and a mix of MAC Modern Mandarin Powder Blush and Immortal Flower Powder were applied to the apples of the cheeks. MAC Modern Mandarin Powder Blush was layered on top. To finish off the cheeks, Hush Hush Tendertone Lip Balm was blended above the cheekbones to add a highlight.

Eyes were kept simple and dewy. Tom used Hush Hush Tendertone Lip Balm over the entire eyelid, with no mascara. He kept brows natural and boyish by brushing them upwards. To keep lips simple, he blended MAC Pro Dim Lip Erase and set it with powder.

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