OVERDUE selected some our favourite makeup looks from AW20 collections in New York, Milan and Paris.
Words Natasha Lakic
For Rodart’s “Delicate Vampire” look inspired by Winona Ryder in “Dracula” makeup artist James Kaliardos kept the skin fresh with subtle highlighs on high points of the face over the otherwise pale and matte skin. Blush was applied high on temples and lips were lined with Velvet matte pencil.
Recreate the fresh skin and deep berry matte lip look using the products from Nars.
Versace woman is sexy and androgynous for FW20 and makeup artist Pat McGrath wanted to celebrate clean skin and bring out the eyes with black-brown pigment and false eyelashes. Foundation was kept to minimum and cheeks were flushed with a mix of two lipsticks.
Recreate the look by using products from the Pat McGrath Labs range
“I wanted to create something that was bourgeois—and a bit little crazy” makeup artist Tom Pecheux said of the look he created for Altuzarra.
Tom achieved this by creating the colourful graphic metallic eyes with products from MAC cosmetics. Outline the eye on top with a liner in winged shape going from lid to the temples, then blend Celebutante on inner corners of the eye with a wet brush and finish by adding a gradient of Emerald Cut shadow across the wing. Keep eyebrows brushed and the rest of the makeup very minimal.
Dries Van Noten
Inspiration for makeup for Dries Van Noten came from Shiseido’s campaigns from 70s and 80s conceptualized by Serge Lutens. Makeup artist Inge Grognard used two toned shades of bright colour and applied them across he lid, blending the colour outwards in a wing type shape. Each look was finished by applying a matte stain in either plum, red or black. Recreate the look by using Essentialist Eye Palette in different shades and Modern Matte Powder Lipstick.