LFW beauty looks for AW19

Fashion month is upon again which means an array of fresh makeup looks for the season. All looks had luminosity with fresh skin, whilst eye looks opted for either striking or more paired down. Here’s four looks which I had the opportunity to replicate for London Fashion Week.  

Feline flick was bold whether it be in the line or the colour. Victor Wong had models rocking a dramatic winged liner with coral lips and blush for his presentation.

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Whilst Paul Costelloe opted for navy liner. Lead makeup artist Yin Lee achieved this by applying Ellis Faas creamy eyes in 113 as a top liner and then Sisley Photo eye pencil in blue lagoon in the inner waterline. 

Key Products

Ellis Faas Skin Veil Bottle foundation

Ellis Faas creamy eyes in 113-Navy Blue

Sisley Phyto-Eye Twist Pencil no.5

Bold eyes was continued with Apujan which saw more of a painterly effect with red used on the lids. A dewy base was first applied to the skin followed by Mac paint pot in soft Ochre as primer for the eyelids. Liquid lipstick in blood red was opted for the eyes finished off by a light contour.

Get the Look.

Ellis Faas Skin Veil Bottle foundation

Ellis Faas Milky Lips Blood Red (used on eyes)

Edeline Lee was inspired by Mary Beard’s book Women & Power. Each model introduced a powerful woman whom took to the podium to give speeches. A broad spectrum of women including fashion writer Hilary Alexander, Olympian Sally Gunnell took to the podium alongside a model to give a speech of their experience.

The look for the models was fresh skin. Glossy lids was seen here with blush using products by Suqqu. Multi-task with lip balm and create glossy lids and high shine cheekbones. Use fingers for easy precision.

Products used to create this look…

Blooming glow primer

Nude wear liquid foundation

Benimiyabi eye palette

Lip concentrate balm

Suqqu pure color blush

Sheer loose powder

Extra Glow Lipstick no1

Key Makeup Artist Yin Lee 

Special thanks to Yin Lee, AOFM and Laura McCluskey PR

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