The artist: Miranda Joyce for M.A.C Cosmetics The look: "Naturally polished skin without looking too forced.” The makeup: For the subtle pink blush, Joyce used M.A.C Lipstick in Half ‘N Half. The brows were groomed and set with M.A.C Brow Set in Beguile.
The artist: Antonio Corral Calero, Moroccanoil Global Ambassador The look: “Inspiration was taken from the courageous pioneering women of the 1930’s, such as Marlene Dietrich and Amy Johnson, but updated,” said Corral Calero. “These women, while empowering others, never sacrificed their femininity; they were always glossy and polished, which took time to achieve in that era, but doesn’t have to in ours.” The hair: A blend of Moroccanoil Volumizing Mousse and Moroccanoil Thickening Lotion was used on damp hair to help the waves set. Moroccanoil Glimmer Shine was used to provide glossy finish.
The artist: Isamaya Ffrench The look: "A girl shopping at a night market in the '70s." The makeup: Glitter was applied over eyelids to add dimension followed by M.A.C Pigment in Chartreuse and Fuchsia to add colour.
The artist: Thomas de Kluyver for M.A.C Cosmetics The look: "We played with textures on the skin." says de Kluyver. "Powdery skin vs. a Blade Runner shining lip." The makeup: A mixture of M.A.C Matte Lipstick in Sin and Antique Velvet were applied to the top lip and only the middle of the bottom lip using a finger.
The look: The inspiration was Haenyeo divers—i.e. female Korean divers. Models looked as if they had "emerged from water after diving for oysters." The makeup: M.A.C Mixing Medium Shine was applied over skin followed by a mixture of M.A.C Glitters in Reflects Pearl and Iridescent White—an upcoming spring launch. The glitter was blown over for the forehead and down the cheekbones to creating a glacial iridescence on skin.
The artist: Lucy Bride for M.A.C Cosmetics The look: “Clean, simple, wearable” was how Bridge described the three looks she created for the show. The makeup: A mixture of M.A.C Mixing Medium Shine with M.A.C Glitter in Reflects Transparent Pink was applied to cheekbones to add shine. Bridge left the lashes bare and focused on accentuating the eye by outlining the eye using M.A.C Chromaline in Primary Yellow.
The artist: Isamaya Ffrench for M.A.C Cosmetics The look: "Late '70s glam rock." The makeup: A mixture of M.A.C Pigment in Fuchsia and M.A.C Dazzleshadow in Can't Stop, Don't Stop was blended over the eye and toward the temple. M.A.C Retro Matte Liquid Lipcolour in Recollection applied on lashes with a clean mascara wand to achieve a bright purple hue.
The artist: Thomas de Kluyver for M.A.C Cosmetics The look: Courtney Love. "She's a 1970s disco inferno queen with a rock 'n' roll edge," said de Kluvyer. The makeup: M.A.C Pigments were swiped across the eyelid using fingers for a “real” woman effect. A complementary colour was applied along the lower lash line.
The artist: Isamaya Ffrench for M.A.C Cosmetics The look: “Each model was chosen for their own individual style, and the overall mood of each look was grunge punk,” said Ffrench of the four looks she created for the show. The makeup: M.A.C Chromaline in Hi-Def Cyan was mixed with M.A.C Lipmix in White and brushed through the brows. A mixture of M.A.C Retro Matte Liquid Lipcolour in Rich & Restless and M.A.C Lipmix in White was applied on lips with a top coat of M.A.C Grand Illusion Glossy Liquid Lipcolour in Electric Rainbow.
The artist: Lynsey Alexander for M.A.C Cosmetics The look: "It's romantic, a bit ethereal and boyish with a fluffy brow, " said Alexander. The makeup: A mixture of M.A.C Mixing Medium Shine and M.A.C. Oh, Sweetie Liquid Lipcolour in Funfetti Cake—an upcoming summer launch—was applied over the cheekbones, bridge of nose, center of the eyelid and Cupid’s bow to highlight. M.A.C Great Brows was used to create a big, fluffy and boyish look.
The look: "Slept-in." The makeup: M.A.C Chromagraphic Pencil in Black was blended over the eyelid and around the outer corner of the eye in a "V" shape. M.A.C Mixing Medium Shine was applied on the lids to give eyes that “lived-in” finish.
The artist: Terry Barber for M.A.C Cosmetic The look: Lashes were the focal point of the show this season with "a playful 'day to night' take on classic, natural beauty." The makeup:Barber created three different looks for the lashes in a gold, navy, and turquoise. A blend of M.A.C Mixing Medium Lash in Navy and M.A.C Eye Shadow in Contrast was used to create the subtle, navy-tinted lashes.
The artist: Thomas de Kluyver for M.A.C Cosmetics The look: '80s women, like Siouxsie Siouxand and Annie Lennox. "It's about using makeup to empower, give strength and create a strong persona," said de Kluyver. The makeup: M.A.C Eyes Shadow in Red Brick was applied over eyes and the set with M.A.C Prep + Prime Transparent Finishing Powder to create an opaque orange-red effect.