Beauty Etc. - Spring 2011 - (Page 24)

backstage BEAUTY In VIVId Color No longer will a kiss of color suffice. Strong, rainbow shades pack an eye-framing punch. By Karie L. Frost SocketS receive the Shock treatment this spring— shocking color, that is. Whether blended to perfection up to the brow or given distinct, sharp edges, eye makeup seeks to sear the retinas of onlookers and leave a lasting impression. “i say amen to color!” thrills makeup artist David Maderich. (view his bold eye makeup in “Balancing Act” on page 56 of this issue.) “After several seasons of dark, smoky eyes and wishy-washy neutrals, we makeup folk needed to shake things up.” the trend leans more toward opaque formulas, such as heavily pigmented mattes and cream shadows sans shimmer. the effect is full-blast color, but Maderich warns that handling strong hues takes skill. “Bright, opaque colors demand a steady hand, so don’t be sipping on cosmos Model photos: Andreea Angelescu; Still life: Armando Sanchez; Retouching: Danielle Caseñas, Karie L. Frost CliCk the images & produCt below to reveal more! 24 BEAUTYetc. Spring 2011 etc... (OPENING YOUR MAKEUP PALETTE)

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Table of Contents (continued)
Beauty Scoop
Makeup Bag - Kit Essentials
Makeup Bag - Etc., Etc.
Makeup Bag - Just a Hint
Color Cues - Bite The (Red) Bullet
Backstage Beauty - In Vivid Color
Artist Intel - Absolutely Flawless
Palette Profiles - Outside the Box
The 13th Sign
Gimme Some Lip
Subterranean Dreamscape
Balancing Act
Burn So Very Brightly
The Changeling
Hollywood Highlighter - Emily Blunt

Beauty Etc. - Spring 2011