We've been seeing a lot of neutral, pretty makeup during fashion week, but bold color dominated the Temperley runway. Charlotte Tilbury, the MAC makeup artist who worked on the models, said that her idea was "1930s glamour meets new wave." Sure, this makeup isn't something you'd wear every day, but it's fun to see on Agyness here.
For details on the makeup used on the models, plus a way to pick up Temperley designs on the cheap,
MAC's publicity department has given out the scoop on which products were used, so if you're feeling daring, here's how to get the Temperley look:
Face: Face and Body Foundation was applied to even out skin discolorations and Blot Powder was dusted where necessary. M∙A∙C Gloss was applied on the nose, cheekbones and temple for an all-over, sexy look.
Eyes: For a futuristic, wet-looking glow, M∙A∙C Gloss was applied all over lids. Lashes were curled and coated with Plush Lash Mascara in Black.
Lips: M∙A∙C Pro Orange Lip Mix was blended with M∙A∙C Pro Creme Color Base in Flaming Fuschia, defined with Lip Pencil in Redd and topped with Morange Lipstick for an extra punch of color.
Finally, if you're like me, you probably lust after designer clothing but don't dole out hundreds of dollars for a blouse. Join me, then, in counting down the days until Temperley's cheap-chic Target collection comes out. It'll be in stores on Sunday!