Head in the Clouds
To get the look for yourself, she says to apply a matte, off-white shadow to your lids and a magenta eye shadow to your crease, then blend well. Smudge a copper shade along the lower lash line, and use a cream highlighter on the inner corners of your eyes and atop your cheekbones for an ethereal glow.
Less Is More
She kept the focus on the lower lashes, using Kajal Eye Liner in Onyx to line the lower lash line. She used Eyes Are The Window Shadow Palette in Spirit to add richness. Try smudging a mixture of warm coppers, golds and peaches underneath your lash line, extending past the corner a bit to give your look depth.
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He then lightly buffed Studio Waterweight SPF 30 Foundation over the face to even out models' skin tones. He kept the blush simple (just a hint of peach on the apples of cheeks), then filled in brows.
Haute and Naughty Black Lash was used to define lashes. Then, he applied Fluidline in Blacktrack with a small angled brush to create a precise cat eye.
To get lips that perfect shade of matte orange, Espinet applied M.A.C. Lipstick in shade Morange Orange, then placed Pigment in Neo Orange over it to give it a neon feel.
To start, he used Maybelline New York Fit Me! Matte+Poreless Foundation on models' faces (including their lips, to neutralize the pigment). He then contoured and highlighted models' faces to accentuate their features.
He used shades from the brand's The RockNudes Palette (out in January 2016) to create the smoky eye. First, he smudged the matte eggplant and brown color over the lids, then layered the metallic shades along the crease and blended toward the brow bone. He lined their eyes with Eye Studio Lasting Drama Gel Eyeliner in Eggplant, and used Eye Studio Color Tattoo 24HR Metal Cream Gel Shadow in Barely Branded, a metallic nude shade, in the inner corners of the eye to really make them pop. The smoky eye was finished with two coats of The Falsies Push Up Drama (launching this October). Until then, try The Volum' Express Colossal Chaotic.
Color Sensational Lip Color in Barely Bloomed, a peachy-nude color, applied with his fingertips, finished off the look.
New York Fashion Week is a magical time in the beauty world. All the best makeup artists in the business are there, creating glamorous, gorgeous and (sometimes) insane-but-awesome makeup looks to complement the fashions designers are sending down the runway. Now that New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2016 has come to a close, we rounded up our favorite makeup looks from the shows that we can actually pull off in real life. Here, the most-wearable and drool-worthy makeup how-tos from fashion week. Get ready for some serious makeup inspiration.