Doo-Ri Chung's spring collection was a soft blend of whites, vanillas, and baby blues — and the makeup was subtle and perfectly pastel to match. "We decided the makeup would be colorful, but in a washed-out way," lead makeup artist Tom Pecheux explained. Find out more about the look when you keep reading.
In going for a monochromatic look, Pecheux focused on sheer, transparent color. Models wore only a very light application of MAC Skin & Body foundation, no mascara, and nothing on their eyebrows. But for the eye makeup, he applied five shades of shadow. Vanilla cream shadow was all over the lid, with concealer applied to the inside corners. MAC's Derailed and Ochre shadows were blended on the lid to mute their intensity, and on the center of the lids, a dab of mustard and orange shadows added a hint of color. To "erase" lips, Pecheux applied the vanilla cream shadow, then put a bit of the mustard shade to the center of the lips to make them come alive. Right before the show, he added clear gloss to eyelids. "It's not about the makeup," he said. "It's about the woman."