Craft of Beauty

Big Big World

BA Contributor

RAINBOW

Makeup By
Patrcia Heck
Hair
Patricia Heck
Photographer
Ava Pivot
Stylist
Model
Nerze Peyper @ICONIC Management
Other Credits
Retoucher: Rachel Jiam
Reviewed By
Product list 
Beauty archive photo

HOW TO achieve Patricia's look:

(Summary of how looks were achieved –

not per individual look)

 

Look 1

Again working with Kryolan’s supracolor, I used several make up sponges for the application this time.

Starting at the forehead with purple blending into red, I‘ve then used a new sponge for adding and blending orange and yellow. Then adding green on the lip level and finally blue on the chin area. Use a small blending brush for finishing touches.

 

Look 2 

For my first basic beauty look, apply face oil and lipcream for a healthy glowing skin. 

As a foundation use Laura Mercier‘s tinted moisturizer and concealer.

The highlighter from Tom Ford‘s shade and illuminate palette is going on the cheekbones, center of the nose, cupid’s bow and brow bones.

Use tiniest amounts. This is the base for all the following looks.

 

Look 3

Apply clear lipgloss on the lips.

Use a very fine liner brush to paint the lines of a rainbow on one coat of transparent nailpolish - all Essie.

 

Look 4

Use a red, cool-toned lipliner as a base on the whole lip and apply lots of red, highly pigmented lipgloss on top, following the natural lip line.

 

Look 5,6 & 7

Take a tiny amount of blue and yellow from a kryolan supracolor palette and blend outwards from the mobile lid with a soft blending brush until you reach the eyebrow. Then dab matching eyeshadows or pigments on top and also blend carefully.

Add black mascara on the lashes.

 

Look 8

Use purple, red, orange, yellow, green and blue from Kryolan’s supracolor palette to achieve a dewy finish when drawing the rainbow with a liner brush of your choice on the side of the forehead, almost following the arch of the brow.

Look 9

Apply a small amount of clear gloss on the lips.

Use a liner brush to draw unregularly circling lines on the cheeks, starting with

blue, then blending into green, yellow,...and so on. Also supracolor from Kryolan.

 

Look 1

Again working with Kryolan’s supracolor, I used several make up sponges for the application this time.

Starting at the forehead with purple blending into red, I‘ve then used a new sponge for adding and blending orange and yellow. Then adding green on the lip level and finally blue on the chin area. Use a small blending brush for finishing touches.