Makeup

To complement the elegant, minimalist line and the white, black and gold color palette at the Crown by Colin King Spring/Summer 2015 Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week show, lead makeup artist Brian C. Hawkins created a muted makeup look. The look featured skin with a matte, clean finish and an emphasis on a high pink/peach cheekbone. Lips were muted with pink at the center, contrasting with heavy, dark eyebrows. Eyes featured light mascara and thick eyeliner, with a winged cat eye.

NYFW Get the Look: Backstage with Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics
Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics (OCC) took New York Fashion Week by storm this year, creating fun, edgy, and classic looks for numerous designers. See some of the gorgeous makeup and nail looks below!OCC at Erin Fetherston

Elongating eyeliner – known as “arrowed eyes” – has made a recent resurgence on runways, with makeup artists highlighting a vivid assortment of different plays on the trend. Creating arrows, wings and points with eye liner is a great way to mix up your client’s makeup look in a way that’s both wearable and expressive. Shawn Towne, makeup artist and global educator for jane iredale shares her tips for creating four on-trend eye looks. Thick Glam

The inspiration behind Korto Momolu's recent SS15 presentation at New York Fashion Week was all about high energy and bright colors. Says Renny Vasquez, lead makeup artist for SheaMoisture Cosmetics, “Korto Momolu’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection exuded confidence with intensely pigmented pops of color and shimmering gold metallic fabric. To bring this same energy to the face, I chose to create a high-shine, bright pink lip that popped against the models’ fresh skin and sweet champagne smoky eye.”

Lead makeup artist T. Cooper used Mirabella Beauty Products to create a striking look for the Cute Circuit runway show at Lincoln Center at Mercedes-Benz New York Fashion Week. 

Education: Celebrate Jon Reyman Pro at NYFW with a Free Trial
For a limited time, Jon Reyman Pro is offering a free trial as a celebration of the brand's involvement with New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015.

“Salute the Runway” Honoring Military Servicewomen and Veterans Kicks Off New Yo
Salute the Runway fashion show, presented by Little Black Dress Wines and Fatigues to Fabulous, kicked off New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015 by honoring America's veterans. Fourteen military servicewoman and veterans from around the country walked the runway in an effort to raise awareness and support for our women in uniform, and their transition to re-entering civilian life. Each servicewoman wore a different variation of the iconic little black dress.

Event Recap: Factory Downtown's First-Ever Makeup Workshop in NYC
Makeup artists interested in learning how to create glamorous red-carpet looks from renowned celebrity makeup artist and founder of Melt Cosmetics, Lora Arellano, attended Factory Downtown's first-ever makeup workshop held on August 15, 2014 at BitFireInc Studio in New York City. 

Backstage at the Emmys with Sean James
Hairstylist Sean James went backstage at this week's 66th Annual Emmy Awards to help stars Phil Keoghan, Chris Hardwick and Weird Al get ready for the big night.Flip through to take a behind-the-scenes look at the Emmys![pagebreak]

Fall Makeup Tips from Scott Patric
Fall is just around the corner, and now is the perfect time to switch up your client's (or your own!) makeup look. Project Runway Lead Makeup Artist Scott Patric shares some of his favorite fall makeup trends, as well as tips on how to achieve them, below.Berry Lips

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