Craft of Beauty

Breaking the Liners

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RAINBOW

Makeup By
Nicole Jay
Hair
Nicole Jay
Photographer
Bennet Cobliner
Stylist
Model
Viktoria Viktorenkova @Supreme Management
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"HOW TO" by Nicole Jay

(Summary of how looks were achieved – per individual look)

Skin:  The skincare products stand consistent throughout the entire story.  I cleaned and prepped the skin using Bioderma Sensibio Micellar Water. Then massaged in a mixture of Embryolisse, La Biosthetique Elixir Vitalite, and MAC strobe cream.  Foundation used was MAC Face and Body, for just a sheer layer of coverage applied with a damp beauty blender. 

Makeup:

Look 1: I used 3ina Cosmetics cream eyeshadow in #304 with a small synthetic brush for detail. Brows were brushed up and lightly filled in with Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow definer.  I used Senna Cheeky Blush Palette for a little blush.  Using my fingers I patted a mix of creamy lipstick mixed with a little Paw Paw for the lips. 

Look 2: Pink dots were drawn using 3ina Cosmetics cream eyeshadow in #316.  Lips were outlined and filled in with MAC Redd Lip pencil.

Look 3: Purple lines were drawn using 3ina Cosmetics cream eyeshadow in #307. Lips were outlined and filled in with MAC Redd Lip pencil with MAC Russian Red Lipstick added to the top.

Look 4: I used Makeup Forever Aqua Lip pencil in 17C as an eyeliner to create orange dashes.  Makeup Forever Aqua Lip pencil in 20C was used on the lips and Paw Paw was patted on with fingers over top. 

Look 5: Kiko Milano Precision Lip Liner in #412 was used to fill in lips and outlined with Makeup Forever Gold Flash color.  I added MAC clear gloss on the pink or high shine.

Look 6: Same pic dots were used from 2.  Green dashes were added with MAC Chromaline in Landscape green.  Lips same as 1.

Look 7: Blue dashes were created using Maybelline Gel Pencil in Lustrous Sapphire. I used Sigma Go Dutch lip base with Paw Paw patted on top for base. Then drew a line over outer corner using Maybelline Gel Pencil in Striking Cooper.