Monday, September 21, 2015

Get the Look: DKNY SS’16 NYFW, makeup by Yadim for Maybelline New York



I am mad for nineties supermodel style – then and now – so I fell in love with the look created for the DKNY SS’16 collection at New York Fashion Week pretty much at first sight.
The makeup inspiration for DKNY SS '16 is models of the 90’s, old Peter Lindbergh photographs, and the original DKNY sensibility we all know and love, but with a modern twist. To achieve the show's updated look, Maybelline New York Global Makeup Artist Yadim started by hiding blemishes and imperfections with Maybelline New York SuperStay Better Skin Concealer (RRP$22.99).
Around the eyes, he used Dream Lumi Touch Highlighting Concealer (RRP$19.99) to brighten darkness and circles, before contouring the edges of the eye with a taupe hue from The Nudes palette (RRP$29.99) near the upper and lower lash line. He retraced that line just at the outer corners of the eye with the darker brown eye shadow in the same palette for a soft eyeliner-like effect.
He defined the natural bone structure of the face with Maybelline New York Face Studio Master
Sculpt (RRP$19.99), then used the highlighter in the same kit on the high planes of the face - the bridge of the nose, temples, forehead, chin, cheekbones. He next filled in the brows using Maybelline New York Brow Satin (RRP$14.99).
And finally, in true 90’s fashion and my personal fave option, he opted for a bold matte red lip. The lips were first moisturised with Baby Lips Balm (RRP$4.29 – an essential) then coated with Lip
Studio Color Blur in Cherry Cherry Bang Bang (launching in NZ 2016). Over that, he applied Color Sensational Vivid Matte Liquid in Rebel Red  (launching in NZ 2016).
Perfection.

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