NOV 2014

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94 DAYSPA | NOVEMBER 2014 FACE Natural faces and glossy eyelids were popular across the catwalks, and a barely-there pink lip was seen on countless model pouts. The bold—we're talking glittery eye art, vivid lids and magenta-hued brows—made an appearance too, but it looks like Spring 2015 is all about channeling au naturel! For the Costello Tagliapietra runway, lead makeup artist Tina Turnbow employed Jane Iredale—The Skin Care Makeup to create an angelic, edgy look inspired by the season's effortless skin and doll-eyed lashes. Turnbow mixed the brand's Smooth Affair Facial Primer & Brightener with a BB cream, then finished with two shades of cream blush to create a dewy complexion with full, flushed cheeks. "I love that the products from Jane Iredale create a natural, radiant glow and are good for the skin," says Turnbow. "The pigments and textures are beautiful." The Novis collection took its inspiration from pop art graphics, and the fashion label paired its vivid colors with a soft face created by the 2015 Aveda collection. "The look is beautiful and fresh, but not girly; it's much more ladylike and grown-up," says Janell Geason, the brand's global artistic director for makeup. For the models, Geason chose lavender and nude eye shadows, and lashes with earth-toned mascara. At the CuteCircuit show, makeup artist T. Cooper was inspired by "the idea of a sun-kissed girl at the beach who quickly transitions for a fabulous party later that night." He used Mirabella Beauty eye shadow applied as a wet, thick liner to make eyes pop with a bright, ocean-inspired teal blue. Natural brows and sand-hued bronzers were paired with nude pink lipstick to complete the look, which complemented CuteCircuit's relaxed, feminine pieces that are known for their eye-catching embellishments. Models on the Crown by Colin King catwalk also donned Mirabella, a look that featured skin with a matte, clean finish and an emphasis on high, pink- and peach-hued cheekbones. Winged cat eyes—created with the brand's Magic Marker eyeliner—were highlighted with no shadow and only a light application of mascara. Dark eyebrows contrasted with mute, pink-centered lips to complete the effect. MIRABELLA BEAUTY JANE IREDALE JANE IREDALE AVEDA IN THE NEWS The Runway Report by Rachel Kossman Wardrobes are the focus of fashion week runways, but nails and makeup add perfecting touches to every look—and demand just as much attention! Check out some of the polishes and palettes that turned heads at Spring/Summer 2015 New York Fashion Week. MIRABELLA BEAUTY MIRABELLA BEAUTY

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