The makeup look backstage at Fyodor Golan was focused around green glitter. The look was meant to capture the essence of lived in makeup, with a wet look lid and transferred mascara. Having the concentration of the colour under the bottom lash line gave it a very grunge look. To re-create the look at home you could use Maybelline’s Master Drama liner in Turquoise generously under the eye and black close to the lash line to add depth. The glossy lid was created using a clear baby lips, after mascara was applied and allowed to be transferred onto the lid. I thought this looked really interesting and is something that’s so quick and easy to do.
At Markus Lupfer the look emulated the worn in end of a night out look, with large chunks of gold glitter and gold leaf. The base was kept fresh with just a hint of a pinky peachy lip created using the new baby lips balm & blush. The texture of this product is beautiful and catches the light really nicely. Maybelline colour tattoo in Eternal Gold was used in the centre of the lid, and the various sized gold glitter chunks were added to different areas around the eye, each model was slightly different.
The hair really complimented the makeup look, with its rough textures and being placed all over the face.
Overall I really loved this look and thought the eyes especially would be great to re-create for a night out or special event.
Thanks so much to Maybelline for letting me go backstage at LFW! I had such a great time, hope you guys enjoyed reading.
(This blog post was sponsored by Maybelline)