Get The Look : Elizabeth Banks at the NYC Premiere of Catching Fire


hair: Matthew Monzon  /  stylist: Wendi & Nicole

hair: Matthew Monzon  /  stylist: Wendi & Nicole

The New York premiere was Elizabeth's final stop on the whirlwind Catching Fire press tour.  She had been wearing some insanely beautiful dresses and ended it on high note with this Jenny Peckham strapless number.  Honestly, when I saw all of the clothes that she was going to wear on the press tour, this is one of the ones I was the most excited about.  It's so chic and effortlessly cool.  I would totally wear this somewhere. 

hair: Matthew Monzon  /  stylist: Wendi & Nicole

hair: Matthew Monzon  /  stylist: Wendi & Nicole

With an outfit like this, you just want to look like the cool girl who turns up looking amazing, and is just like..."What?  Oh, this?  Yeah, I just thew this on....No big deal".  And for me that look is about flawless skin, a killer brow, mascara and a wicked lip.  No fussy pink cheek, no smokey eye, no gloss in sight.  Nothing girly or trying too hard. It just needs to look like you whacked on some mascara and a lip and walked out the door, but perfected.

I moisturized, applied the foundation and concealer, a touch of luminizer and then set it with a light dusting of powder.  I used a soft blush along her cheekbones, a bit behind the apples of the cheeks, for a more sophisticated blush.  A little shadow on the lid for a hint of definition and the lightest dusting of it under the lower lashes just to open the eyes up a bit before applying 3 coats of mascara on the top.  A very light swipe of a light brown mascara on the bottom lashes added a little pop to the eyes but didn't weigh things down.  And then a generous application of an orangey lip color, blotted to take down the shine and give a more velvet texture, finished off the look.

Moisturizer:

Yonka Pamplemousse

Foundation:

YSL Le Tient Eclat # BR30

Concealer:

Hourglass Corrective Concealer in Natural

Highlighter:

mark. That's Brilliant Face & Eye Luminizer

Powder:

Laura Mercier Loose Powder in Translucent

Blush:

mark. Just Blushing in Lovespell

Brows:

Anastasia Brow Wiz in Ash Blonde

Eyeshadow:

mark. I-mark. Wet/Dry Eyeshadow in Biscotti, Sugar Sugar & Pewter

Mascara:

mark. Scanda-Lash in Blacklash

Lips:

Tom Ford Lipstick in Wild Ginger

Get the Look : Elizabeth Banks at the Variety Power of Women Event


hair: Jenny Cho   /   stylist: Wendi & Nicole

I have lost count how many times I have done Elizabeth's makeup.  I think we're close to a hundred at this point.  It's wonderful to know a face so well and I am grateful that we've had so many years together to play with looks.

For the Variety Power of Women event, Elizabeth wore a lovely two piece red Dolce and Gabbana box cut top and skirt. Normally I shy away from a red lip with a red dress, but the fabric and the cut were so modern that I thought it would work nicely and would look very current. 

I used a semi-matte foundation on her skin, and added highlights where I wanted them.  This keeps the skin looking fresh, but not too shiny.  When I do a red lip, I pair it with bronzer versus a blush.  If you use a blush with a red lip, the color can be overwhelming on the face and it can look a bit juvenile.  The bronzer gives you a sculpted, polished look without competing with the lip.  

I love a brow on Elizabeth. Sometimes we go darker and stronger, but on this day I kept it a nice medium ash so it had shape but again, didn't compete with the lip.  For the eyes I used a bit of a contour powder, adding more into the socket and sweeping it under the lower lashes.  It gives the eyes a shape, but doesn't look like a lot of eye makeup.  Of course I used lots of lashes because I am obsessed with lashes.  I can't help it!  Just a little black liner at the lash line makes the lashes look thicker and fuller without looking "liner-y" and 2-3 coats of mascara on the top lashes open the eyes up nice and wide.  For the bottom lashes I used a touch of a burgundy mascara.  It pops the blue of her eyes and doesn't look heavy on the bottom.  I love using two different color mascaras; either a combo of black/brown, black/burgundy or black/navy.  It's very subtle, but makes a big difference.

Foundation:
Koh Gen Do Maifanshi HD Foundation #123

Highlighter:
mark. That's Brilliant Face and Eye Luiminzer

Powder:
mark. Set Things Right Loose Powder in "Medium"

Bronzer:
Jouer Matte Bronzer

Brows:
Anastasia Brow Wiz in "Medium Ash"

Eyeshadow:
Kevyn Aucoin "The Sculpting Powder"

Eyeliner:
Makeup Forever Aqua Creamliner in "Matte Black"

Mascara:
mark. Scanda-Lash Go To Mascara in "Blackest Black" (top)
YSL Faux Cils Shocking Mascara in "Casis Obscure" (bottom)

Lips:
mark. Make It Rich Lip Crayon in "Hot Sauce"



Get the Look : Alice Eve at Star Trek DVD Launch


Last spring I had the amazing opportunity to tour the world doing the Star Trek: Into Darkness press tour with British actress Alice Eve.  We went to Moscow, Berlin, London, Mexico City, San Francisco and Seattle, glamming up the red carpet and blowing trekkies minds for 3 weeks.  This past week, with the DVD launch of the movie, we did our last red carpet to promote the film.  You really bond with people when you work so intensely together for extended periods of time, and I'll really miss seeing Alice so much.


Alice really likes to play with makeup.  For this last red carpet look she wanted to do something bold.  I was pulling out a bunch of lip colors and she saw a purple lipstick on the table and said, "What about that one?"  Normally I would save a lip color like this for a magazine shoot, where there is a story and an environment to play with.  But when Alice said let's try it, I was really excited.  Usually people want to play it pretty safe on the red carpet, so it was nice to do something that was bold.  That said, the rest of the makeup is really soft and pretty...it's not like we went crazy or anything.  Plus Alice is so classically beautiful, that it works.  And it almost has a modern retro feeling with the hair.

We had actually had a different dress picked out when we started and the hair was going to be different, but things happen when you get ready and the other dress didn't work, so we had to make some last minute adjustments and it all fell together beautifully.

Foundation:
YSL Le Tient Touche Eclat in Beige Dore 40

Concealer:
Armani High Precision Retouch in Warm Sand

Highlighter:
mark. That's Brilliant Luminizer

Powder:
mark. Set Things Right Loose Powder in Medium

Blush:
mark. Just Blushing Powder Blush in Afterglow

Brows:
Anastasia Brow Wiz in Brunette

Eyes:
NARS Eyeshadow Duo in Divine

Mascara:
mark. Scanda-Lash Go To Mascara in Blackest Black

Lips:
Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Lip Tar in Strumpet and Hoochie
MAC lip pencil in Magenta (as lipstick)


hair: Campbell Mcauley

Get the Look: Lucy Hale at the 10th Anniversay mark. Cosmetics Party

hair: DJ Quintero  /  stylist: Penny Lovell

Right after the Teen Choice Awards, Lucy and I flew to New York City to celebrate with mark. cosmetics, who were having their 10th birthday party at the Trump Soho.  There were 100+ people in attendance to help celebrate! We wanted a really festive party look so we went with red lips and black liquid liner with a kitten flick, the perfect recipe for party makeup.  It looked adorable with her messy ponytail and cute frock.....

I went through all of my usual steps.... prepping the skin, evening out the skin tone with foundation and concealer, grooming the brows etc.  I set the skin with a dusting of loose powder and applied a peachy blush to the apples of Lucy's cheeks.  For her eyes, I wanted there to be definition, but I also wanted to keep the focus on her red lips so I used a very very light dusting of a matte brown from the lash line up to the crease, making sure that it was more concentrated at the lash line.  Next I used a shimmery taupe shadow from the lash line up just past the crease, blending it into the skin so there's no line of demarkation.  I lined the inside of Lucy's eyes with a black long wearing liner, top and bottom, and then used a liquid liner along the top lashes.  I used mascara on the top and bottom, but only a light coat on the lower lashes as I wanted to accentuate the flirty cat eye.

For the lips I used a red lip crayon.  I wanted it to be a bit more on the matte side so I took a fluffy eyeshadow brush and gently patted some translucent loose powder on the lips.  I always feel more confident sending a client down the red carpet with a matte bold color on the lips.... that last thing you want is a red lip mishap, which is much more likely to happen with a more emollient formula.  Plus I just think matte looks young and cool.

Foundation:
mark. Got the Goods Foundation in Medium

Concealer:
mark. Save the Day in Medium

Highlighter:
mark. That's Brilliant 

Powder:
Laura Mercier Loose Powder in Translucent

Blush:
mark. Just Blushing in Afterglow

Brows:
Anastasia Brow Wiz in Brunette

Eyes:
mark. I-mark. Wet/Dry Eyeshadow in Minx and Tabac
mark. Get in Line Waterproof Liquid Liner in Painted Black
mark. No Place to Run pencil in Jet Set

Mascara:
mark. Scanda-Lash ins Blackest Black

Lips:
mark. Make it Rich Lip Crayon in Hot Sauce


Get the Look: Lucy Hale at the Teen Choice Awards


Hair: Scott Cuhna   /   Styling: Penny Lovell

Lucy Hale was the presenter for the Teen Choice Awards last Sunday and I had the extreme pleasure of getting to do her makeup for the red carpet and for the show.  Lucy and I met a few months ago on a shoot for mark. cosmetics and we have been working together ever since.  I love her face.... she has such great features and she can really wear a bit of makeup without it looking like it's too much.  Not everyone can pull off an eye and a lip at the same time, but Lucy really can.

That said, for the red carpet we really focused on eyes.  Daytime red carpets are tricky because they really wash the person out.  For instance, this was a smokier eye than it shows here and the lip was a baby pink, not the pale nude pink that you see here (and her dress was a pale mint green...get the picture?).  So I'm going to give the breakdown as I did it.  The only noticable difference is that there was more shadow on the eyes.

After my usual skin prep, a did a light application of foundation and concealer to even out her skin tone and used a little peachy blush on the apples of her cheeks.  A bit of highlighter applied to the cheekbones and the bridge of the nose added life and light to the face.

Lucy's brows are perfect.  I love them so much.  I just use a tiny bit of pencil to finish of the shape, but it's really gilding the lily.  They are so good.  Hurray for bold brows!  

For the eyes I used Minx shadow, a beautiful shimmery mink color, over the lid up past the crease and swept it softly under the lower lid.  I blended it out into a soft ring around the eyes that just looked like natural shading.  Then I used Moss over the Minx, but kept it closer to the lashes.  This just gives a little more definition to the eyes, and the soft green shadow picked up the green in Lucy's eyes. The next step was to push Tabac shadow into the lash line for more depth. To complete the look for the eyes, I used a black pencil on the top lash line, and on the outer corner of the lower lashes as well as in the waterline, followed by black liquid liner smudged into the lash line. I kind of smushed it into the lashes....It isn't a hard line, the liquid liner just makes the black very rich and dark.  Mascara on the top and bottom opened up the eyes. Always always always lots of mascara.

We went with a soft pink on the lips that was a really pretty baby pink color. Like I said, you can't really see it here, so you'll have to take my work for it!

Hope you liked the look.  Keep reading to see the products I used and the lip changes I did during the show.....

Moisturizer:
Yonka Pamplemousse

Foundation:
mark. Got the Goods in Medium

Concealer:
mark. Save the Day in Medium

Highlighter: 
Hourglass Ambient Light in Dim

Powder:
mark. Set Things Right Loose Powder in Medium

Blush:
mark. Just Blushing in Charmed

Brows:
Anastasia Brow Wiz in Brunette

Eyes:
mark. I-mark. Wet/Dry Shadow in Moss, Minx and Tabac
mark. No Place to Run pencil liner in Jet Black
mark. Get in Line liquid liner in Painted Black

Mascara:
mark. Scanda-lash Go To mascara in Blackest Black

Lips:
mark. Lipclick One Click Lipstick in Cupid

Body:
Prtty Peaushun in Medium

Lucy had a few wardrobe changes for the show so we quickly did hair and makeup changes backstage.  I really focused on just changing the lips as time was very tight.  And we all know a new lip color can make everything feel different.  Lipstick does a lot of heavy lifting!

For the opening of the show we went with a bright coral lipstick to play with the pale blue of her dress and her bright orange heels.  The color really popped on stage and looked beachy/sexy which went well with the theme of the Teen Choice Awards show.

Lips:
mark. Lipclick in Coral Fixation
For her next change I went with a warm rosy pink with a bit of sheen to it.  It caught the light beautifully and love how it picked up some of the rosy tones in the dress.

Lips:
mark. Lipclick in Baby Luv



Get the Look with mark. : Guinevere van Seenus in NARS Cosmetics 2009 makeup campaign

For this post, I recreated one of my favorite inspiration pictures.  This was a NARS campaign from 2009, featuring the stunning Guinevere van Seenus.  Guinevere just has one of those faces that is so beautiful to look at; her wide set eyes and milky skin are so inspiring.  Our model, Hannah, also has wide set eyes and was game for the transformation, so along with the help of a black wig, we set about recreating this look. 

Please note: I did not work on the original images in these posts, only the recreations. (for full credits, see the bottom of the post)  These pictures are culled from my inspiration image library.  They are go to images for me, pictures that make me want to grab my makeup brushes and get painting!


After prepping the skin, I used Got the Goods Multi-Benefit Foundation in Light #3, going a few shades lighter than Hannah's natural color.  The skin in the NARS ad is very pale and creamy, and since we shot this in July our model had a bit of a tan, so going lighter would give me more of the effect I was looking to match.  I used a little of the Save the Day Anti Acne Concealer Stick in Very Light under the eyes and around the edges of the nose and under the brows, then patted a little bit of a shimmer onto the cheekbones with the Touch and Glow Cream Shimmer Cubes All Over Face Palette, using just the lightest color in the palette. There is just a whisper of color in the original image so after setting the skin with loose powder I added just the slightest dusting of Just Blushing Powder Blush in Charmed, more for a little shape and structure than for a real blushy feeling. 





This look is all about the eyes.  It's simple, monochromatic, but seriously powerful. I love the round shape, how the color comes well into the the inner corners of the eyes and how the color lining the inside of the eye matches the shadow.

I started by taking the chubby Color Me In Eye Crayon in Wild Blue and covering the entire lid up to the fold, applying it directly to the skin.  I lined the waterline, top and bottom, and then used a brush to work the color under the lower lashes, circling the whole eye.  I smudged the color up past the crease with a brush, blending the edges with my finger to soften the line.  Next I used a combination of Electra and Storming I-mark Wet/Dry Eyeshadows, swirling them together on the brush, and sweeping them over the lid where the pencil was, and then blending further up and out to make the round shape and to blend it out.  The reason I used a medium matte grey color as well is because Electra is so metallic.  The matte grey toned down the metallic and also neutralized the color a bit. The color in the original image is more of a teal color, and is matte.  The effect of blending the two made the color more closely match the picture of Guinevere.  It's also a good trick to make a more pearl finish out of a metallic shadow formulation.

To get the edges of the shadow nice and soft, I used a touch of the Save the Day Anti Acne Concealer Stick in Very Light to feather out the edges and to make sure there wasn't any pink in the skin near the brow and then set the skin with some loose powder.  After the shadow was done, I curled the lashes and did two coats of mascara.


I did not bleach our lovely models' brows for this picture.  I used a cream concealer on a clean spooly and worked it into the brow hairs from the root to tip, brushing them up, down and sideways to really coat them before brushing them back into place. 

PRO TIP: The more pink/peach the concealer you use to conceal a brow, the better.  The warmth will cut the ash of the brown in the hair, which is what can make the brows look kind of grey. I added a tiny bit of Just Pinched Instant Blush Tint (which is a cream blush) in Peachy and Cheeky to the Save the Day Anti Acne Concealer Stick in Very Light, mixing in on a palette to warm up the color.  It really made the brows disappear and look bleached.

For the lips, I used the Full Color Lipstick in Toasty, but then patted it down with my finger so it became more of a tint, and not such a full on mouth.  This best replicated the rosy nude on Guinevere.

I hope you like this post and had fun reading it.  I would love to see your version of this look!  Please send me snaps via twitter @fionastiles.


photographer: Andrew Stiles www.andrewstiles.com  /  model: Hannah Mitchell (Vision Models)  /  hair: Anna Lyles



Product List:


Foundation:
Got the Goods Multi-Benefit Foundation in Light #3

Concealer:
Save the Day Anti Acne Concealer Stick in Very Light 

Highlighter: 
Touch and Glow Cream Shimmer Cubes All Over Face Palette

Powder:
Set Things Right Loose Powder in Light

Blush:
Just Blushing Powder Blush in Charmed

Eyes:
Color Me In Crayon in Wild Blue
I-mark Wet/Dry Eyeshadow in Electra & Storming
Scanda-Lash Hook Up Mascara in Black

Lips:
Full Color Lipstick in Toasty

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NARS CAMPAIGN CREDITS:
Sadly, I could not find any info for this shoot.  I don't know who shot it, did the makeup or the hair.  I am not sure Francois does makeup for his ads anymore.  I will keep looking for credits and will change this info should I learn anything. 

Get the Look: Elizabeth Olsen at ComicCon


ComicCon is a crazy place, full of costumes and characters and movie stars.  A vortex of eye candy.  Truly, the people watching is unparalleled and I love going every year.  Plus it's like a convention of all of the hair and makeup people in Los Angeles, who have all descended on San Diego to beautify the actors and actresses there to promote their movies.  I see all of my favorite people all in one day, in the same place.  It's so fun.

For the last five years, I have been there with Nikki Reed who was promoting the Twilight movies, but this year I went with the drop dead gorgeous and insanely talented Elizabeth Olsen, who was there to talk about her movie that comes out next year..... Godzilla!  (I am so excited about this project...it sounds awesome).

Elizabeth is a true natural beauty.  Her skin is flawless, her eyes a crisp blue-green, and bone structure to die for.  She wanted really easy, effortless paired down makeup so we went with the basics; a touch of tinted moisturizer, cream blush, a very light dusting of bronzer, the subtlest sweep of bronze shadow at the lash line, mascara, and a lip tint.  Done and done.  I think she looked amazing and it was refreshing to do so little and let her features really shine through.  


Moisturizer:
Yonka Pamplemousse Moisturizer

Foundation:
Jouer Luminizing Moisture Tint in "Bronze"

Concealer:
Tarte Maracuja Creaseless Concealer in "Medium"

Luminizer:
mark. That's Brilliant Face & Eye Luminizer

Powder:
mark. Set Things Right Loose Powder in "Medium"

Blush:
mark. Just Pinched Instant Blush Tint in "Spicy"

Bronzer:
Chanel Les Beiges #50

Brows:
Anastasia Brow Wiz in "Medium Ash"

Eyes:
NARS Eyeshadow in "California" 

Mascara:
mark. Scandalash in "Black"

Lips:
mark. Just Pinched Instant blush Tint in "Nude"


Get the Look with mark. : Kim Kardashian on the Cover of ALLURE magazine



With this post I am starting a new blog series called "Get the Look with mark.", where I show you how to recreate some of my favorite looks from magazine using all mark. products.  These are images from shoots that I love; from cover shoots to advertising to incredible editorial beauty images.  


Please note: I did not work on any of the original images, only the recreations. (for full credits, see the bottom of the post) These pictures are culled from my inspiration image library.  They are go to images for me, pictures that make me want to grab my makeup brushes and get painting!

I'll be giving step by step breakdowns for recreating the makeup.  I hope you have as much fun reading it as I did doing the makeup!




For my first post, I thought I would cover a beautiful image of Kim Kardashian.  Kim clearly loves to play with makeup, but what drew me to this picture was her deconstructed beauty.  She still has the signature smokey eye and nude lip, but it's a more stripped down version.  She looks raw and sexy, which I love.



A lovely model named Chaya (represented by Vision Models) filled in as my Kim Kardashian muse for the shoot.  After moisturizing Chaya's skin, I dabbed on Got the Goods Multi -Benefit Foundation in Medium #7  at the outer edges of her face, and used the same formula in Light #4 for the center of her face; along the bridge of her nose, the forehead, cheeks and chin.  Using a foundation brush and damp sponge, I blended the foundation out towards the hairline and jaw.  I love using a brush in conjunction with the sponge for a flawless finish.  I know some people love to use their fingers, but I love the control I have using tools.  I just find it more precise.  I used two different colors to create contour and highlights, before I even applied anything else.  Creating depth is a key element to this look, as it's a very simple, bronzy look.

Next I used concealer, but not where you'd think.  I actually went with a concealer several shades darker than the darkest tone in her skin and used it for contouring the cheekbones.  I swiped a bit of Save the Day Anti Acne Concealer Stick in Deep from the center of the ears towards the mouth, just a soft stripe, and then blended it with a damp sponge.  

PRO TIP: I use the foundation brush that already has product on it to blend the contour color.  Having a bit of the lighter color already on the brush helps the colors transition more easily and makes blending a breeze.

For a soft, luminous glow I used the Just Brilliant Face and Eye Luminizer along the bridge of the nose and tops of the cheekbones before I set the skin with Set Things Right Loose Powder in Medium.  Once the skin was set, I swept Glowdacious Illuminating Powder in Amped Up over her cheekbones in lieu of blush. The bronzer gave a beautiful sun kissed glow to the skin.

I filled Chaya's brows in a bit, just so they would be a touch darker, using I-mark Wet/Dry Eye Shadow in Tabac (a matte taupe-y brown).  Then I brushed the brows up and set them with a clear gel.  A finished brow is important, it frames the eyes and keeps the look polished and clean looking.  I cannot stand an unruly brow!

PRO TIP: You can also spray a bit of hairspray on a spooly (or a clean, old mascara wand) and use that to set your brows.





























The eyes for this look are softly smoky, no liner, just shadow.  First I swept I-mark. Wet/Dry Eyeshadow in Tiki over the whole lid, blending up towards the brows.  Then I used Moss on the lid and under the lower lashes.  I went from end to end under the lower lashes so the shadow looks almost like, well, a shadow, from her lashes.  It gives dimension and depth without looking harsh.  To add a little more depth on the upper lid, I brushed Plum Velvet near the lash line, fading the color into the existing color I already applied.  To pop on a highlight, I used the lightest color in the Touch and Glow Shimmer Cream Cubes All Over Face Palette right over the pupil and on the inner corners of the eyes.  I curled the lashes and swept on two coats of Scanda-Lash Hook Up Mascara in Black, top and bottom, really pushing the product into the lashes for a lush lash.


I mixed Full Color Lipstick in Bare Hug and Toasty and slicked on a light coat of Glow Baby Glow Luxe Hook Up Lipgloss in Sun Luxe for that kissable Kardashian pout!

Hope you had a fun time reading this, and I would love to see your version of this look!  Please send me images via twitter @fionastiles.  




photographer: Andrew Stiles   www.andrewstiles.com  /  model: Chaya (Vision Models)  /  hair: Anna Lyles


Product List:


Foundation:

Got the Goods Multi-Benefit Foundation in Light #4 & Medium #7 

Concealer:
Save the Day Anti Acne Concealer Stick in Deep

Loose Powder:
Set Things Right in Medium

Highlighter:
Touch and Glow Cream Shimmer Cubes All Over Face Palette

Cheeks:
Glowdacious Illuminating Powder in Amped Up

Brow:
I-mark Wet/Dry Eye Shadow in Tabac

Eyes:
I-mark Wet/Dry Eye Shadows in Tiki, Moss & Plum Velvet
Scanda-Lash Hook Up Mascara in Black

Lips:
Full Color Lipstick in Bare Hug & Toasty
Glow Baby Glow Luxe Hook Up Lipgloss in Sun Luxe


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ALLURE CREDITS:

photographer: Norman Jean Roy
makeup: Fulvia Farolfi
hair: Serge Normant


Get the Look: Abigail Spencer at the Critic's Choice Awards


                                       Stylist: Karla Welch         Hair: Ashley Streicher

Abigail normally wears a more neutral lip, but she really wanted to go with a bright "raspberry" lip color for the Critic's Choice awards.  I turned to Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics for the bright lip since their colors are ultra vivid, they stay put when they're on, and are on the matte side, which I love when it comes to a bright lip.

When I do a bright lip I like to keep the cheeks more neutral.  I prefer to focus on a bronzier look, but I usually still add just a dusting of color....in this case I went for a medium toned pink which just added a soft wash of color to the cheeks and looks really natural when paired with the bronzer.

I did a soft cat eye using brown liner and a deep plum shadow.  This is softer than a black liner or black shadow and feels a little less severe.  And of course a sculpted brow, luminous skin and lots of lashes help perfect the look.

Moisturizer:
Yonka Pamplemousse

Foundation:
Koh Gen Do Maifanshi #123

Luminizer:
mark. That's Brilliant Face & Eye Luminizer

Powder:
Laura Mercier Translucent Loose Powder

Cheeks:
Shiseido Luminizing Satin Face Color in Petal #RD103
mark. Bronze Pro Bronzing Powder in "Bronze"

Brows:
Anastasia Brow Wiz in "Brunette"

Eyes:
mark. I-mark Wet/Dry Eyeshadow in "Plum Velvet"
Chanel Ombre Essentielle in "Slate"
Laura Mercier Caviar Stick Eye Color in "Cocoa"
mark. Touch and Glow in "Warm Glow"

Mascara:
Lancome Virtouse in "Black"

Lips:
Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Lip Tar in "Demure"

Skin:
Prtty Peaushun in "Medium"