Expressive color makeup in the style of the 1970-ies, like David Bowie, Diana Ross and Madonna again reigns. The shows in the recent fashion Week in NYC makeup artists paint the cheekbones of models in all colors of the rainbow, famously blending blush directly to the area around the eyes. Experts told SPLETNIK.RU how to make fashion make their own.
Most of us have heard about draping a couple of years ago, but actually the technique is not new. Her father-the inventor is an American makeup artist, way bandy (in 60-ies and 70-ies, he was responsible for the perfect makeup cher, Diana Ross and other world stars).
Makeup artists of the time chose to draw the face and the contours of the eyes, lips and cheeks. And bandy revived the face palette of colors, densely causing the blush on the cheeks and temples and carefully rastushevok them.
After the death of Wei in 1986, a technique that was so popular and in demand, safely forgotten (and, a good 30 years). Remembered it only in 2016, thanks to Marc Jacobs.
Now the technique is experiencing a rebirth. To verify this, just look at the pics from the Anna Sui show. Pat McGrath in charge of makeup on the show, restorefile yellow, orange and pink shadows from the eyelids to the cheeks. She used colored pigments and shadows from palettes VR Fire Opal and Astral Luna Gold.
Marc Jacobs make-up artist Gilbert Soliz explains that the main rule is to use a deeper shade of blush just below the apples of the cheeks to visually correct oval of the face. But the light — apply to cheekbones. For effect you can also add blush on your temples and middle of the chin. According to him, the right draping will make you look like you been dancing all night in the famous club Studio 54.
Lancome national makeup artist Svetlana Nikiforova told what shades now the most fashionable.
Color draping is rainbow overflow, which goes from the forehead to the cheekbones, where you can use one bright color or several. Of course, without a blush pink and coral tones are not enough. But the main setter of trends, Pat McGrath advises to pay attention to the yellow tint. Of course, this is not an everyday make-up option. But this is a great alternative to many bored smoky. The trend will be bright peach and orange blossom.
And don’t forget to apply to the skin powder to blush to bear, and a highlighter, highlight the upper part of the cheeks and the tip of the nose. You should also consider the features of your skin. For dry skin it is better to use creamy or liquid texture.
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