New York Fashion Week Fall 2012 has just wrapped. And what a week it was. It was all about what’s black and white and bold and graphic. Coats and dresses with cinched waists took center stage. Lots of leather as well with most looks being very elegant, grown up and polished. Ranges of reds as accents from deep oxblood to scarlet added a dash of pizzazz to the collections.
BUT WHAT ABOUT THE MAKEUP? Three trends to look out for are:
GET THE LOOK: Mix and Match – with 10 different scintillating shades of red in Three Custom’s Century in Red Lip Palette
- Orange Red – Gamine (1950’s) is a bright orange-red that Lucy would love
- True Red – Charmed is natural looking red that suits everyone
- Blue Red – Rosie the Riveter (1940’s) is the color that endured WWII
GET THE LOOK: For a flawless gradation of color, take a cue from Emmy Award-winning Makeup Artist, Jim DeMarco’s Daytime Drama Collection.
*As seen in Peter Som, Alexander Wang, and Jason Wu
GET THE LOOK: