Make Up For Ever Takes on Miami Swim Week- The Look of Dolores Cortes

Fashion Week Swim Makeup Look

Make Up For Ever at Fashion Week Swim- Day 1, Backstage at Dolores Cortes

Make Up For Ever at Fashion Week Swim
MAKE UP FOR EVER ALLIANCE artist, Lottie, served as the key make up artist for the Dolores Cortés swim show on Friday, July 16th. Lottie created a beautiful safari-chic make up look inspired by bohemian references of the 50’s Parisian woman, combined with acid and exotic colors from Bells Beach in Australia. The end result was a palette of shimmering greens and golds.

Complexion & Cheeks: The skin was glowing and fresh faced. Lottie first applied MAKE UP FOR EVER Sculpting Blush #22 to lightly highlight the cheeks.

Eyes: The eyes were the focal point of the look. Lottie first applied MAKE UP FOR EVER Diamond Shadow #302 in teal to the lid, and then applied MAKE UP FOR EVER Diamond Shadow #310 in a shimmering emerald green starting one quarter of the way in from the outer corner of the eye to the outer eye lid and then into the crease and lower brow bone. Next Lottie applied MAKE UP FOR EVER Aqua Cream #11 in gold to the inner corner of the eye lid for a metallic pop. The eyes were lined with MAKE UP FOR EVER Aqua Eyes #0L in black and the lashes were coated with MAKE UP FOR EVER Aqua Smoky Lash.

Lips: Depending on each model’s preference for a matte or glossy nude lip, Lottie applied either MAKE UP FOR EVER Lipstick #502 or MAKE UP FOR EVER Glossy Full Couleur #10 to complete the look.

Fashion Week Swim

Stay tuned for a chance to win the products used backstage at Dolores Cortes. In the meantime, tell me what you think of the look in the comments.

2 thoughts on “Make Up For Ever Takes on Miami Swim Week- The Look of Dolores Cortes

  • July 18, 2010 at 4:24 am
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    Hey doll, I really like this one the best. I do like the other(black look) but I don’t think it looks as great on everyone like this one. Does that make any sense lol!

  • July 19, 2010 at 12:20 am
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    Makes complete sense, Madame B. Sometimes, it is all about how wearable a look is. 😉

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