“5 Fall Makeup Must Haves By Celebrity Makeup Artist David Maderich”@DavidMaderich… AKA Mister Makeup
It’s finally fall, darling. Time to put the bronzer and self-tanner on the shelf and update your cosmetics bag. Read my top five tips to welcome fall 2012.
5 Fall Makeup Must Haves:
If you add one new beauty item to your purse this season, let it be Merlot hued lips. Deep wine lips look good on everyone. Be sure to use a brush or pencil to keep the dark shade precise and neat. Keep the rest of your face bare – clean skin and mascara – for full impact. Try Lancome L’Absolu Rouge in Merlot
PEACOCK COLORED SHADOWS
Bright colored eyes were all the rage on the runways for fall 2012. Choose bright blues, royal purples and lush lavenders. How to wear bright color? Wrap the entire eye in shadow for a colorful smoky eye or for the color timid, use a bright hue as eyeliner for subtle fall flair. Try Benefit Creaseless Cream Shadow
Winged eyeliner adds instant sophistication and drama to any look. Black liner is de rigueur, but a colored liner will add instant fun to your look. How to get perfect wings? Hold a credit card at an angle at your outer eye and draw you line – instant perfect wings. Try MAC Cosmetics Liquidlast Liner in black.
Black mascara is a fashion staple, but this fall colored mascaras are the talk of the town. I like to match my colored shadow to my colored mascara for a chic disco monochromatic feel. For more subtle results, tip your lashes with colored mascara for extra zing. Try Diorshow Mascara in Azure Blue.
With color making such a bold statement this season, keep the skin clean and fresh. Yes, nude faces are a must. No more flushed cheeks – try subtle beige’s or taupe’s to contour and highlight the cheeks. Try NARS Blush in NICO.
For more makeup tips make sure to follow Mr.Makeup on Twitter @DavidMaderich
*David has been a freelance makeup artist for 10 years. His work has appeared in Vogue, Elle, Tatler, GQ, Glamour, Esquire, Rolling Stone, Vanity Fair, Surface, and The New York Times. He has groomed the faces of Prince, Bruce Springsteen, Brad Pitt, Tim Gunn, Carmen Electra, Pink, Mary Kate Olsen, Dave Mathews Band, Nancy O’Dell, Justin Chambers, Ricki Lake, Drew Barrymore, Giselle, Kim Basinger, Patti Labelle, and Joan Collins—as well as hundreds of models. His advertising work includes Avon, Target, General Motors, Macy’s, Geoffrey Beene, Marshall Field’s, Pepsi Cola, General Mills, 3M, Victoria Secret, and Timex Watches.
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