The flashiest week in New Zealand fashion has just kicked off in Auckland with last night's opening of New Zealand Fashion Week, and opening proceedings were new generation superstars, Harman Grubiša.
The dynamic design duo's show was a hit as was expected, and Kiekie Stanners, Senior Artist M.A.C Cosmetics, New Zealand created the perfect makeup look to complement the label’s "a little louche and a lot glam", super sexy charm.
Kiekie said that the makeup was inspired by “the elegance and ornateness of the Baroque period… Super luxurious with delicate touches on the face,” and for me it was a look to die for. Super wearable too for most, in my humble opinion.
It can be re-created using the following products:
Face: Strobe Cream with Cream Colour Base in Pearl as a base, with Studio Waterweight SPF 30 Foundation and Cream Colour Base in Tint and Improper Copper to contour.
Eyes: Paint in Bamboom applied to eyelids, before pigment in Tan was buffed over the lids with Rose Gold pigment (one of my favourites) used as a liner over the lash line. InstaCurl Lash completed the look.
Lips: Pro Longwear Lip Pencil in Ms Diva with Lipstick in Sin, topped with Clear Lipglass.
Nails: M.A.C Studio Nail Lacquer in Sour Cherry.
PHOTO CREDIT: Olivia Hemus for M·A·C Cosmetics @oliviahemusphoto @maccosmetics