Beauty

Backstage at NYFW: Glowy Skin and Muted Nail Art at Wes Gordon

The makeup at Wes Gordon was totally dreamy—the focus was on glowy skin and thick, full brows. Carole Colombani for Maybelline used highlighter so that when the light hit models’ already radiant skin, the dewiness would be shown off. When it came to brows, she called for “soft boyish brows.” Colombani skipped eyeshadow to keep the attention on the brows and filled them using pencil and BROWdrama ($6.89) for texture. 

Rita Remark for essie created a sophisticated and muted effect to resemble linen and remain simple against the clothing. Nails were prepped with essie’s Ridge Filling base coat ($8.59) and then painted with one coat of Cocktails & Coconuts ($8.50) and one coat of Imported Bubbly ($8.50). The linen look was finished off by using Blanc ($8.50) to create thin and unevenly spaced lines and a coat of Allure ($8.49) to diffuse the brightness. 

Courtesy of Essie

Courtesy of Essie

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 Check out Wes Gordon Spring 2015 here.

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