Clover Canyon, Fall 2013.
Kevyn Aucoin lead artist Deanna Melluso describes the makeup for Clover Canyon‘s NYFW Fall 2013 show as a “Russian ballerina, ice princess.” Inspired by the Ballet Russe, Clover Canyon brought the nation’s opulence to life through graphic constructivism, crown jewels and glittering ballet slippers. Below Melluso shares the products used to accentuate the prints encapsulating in the collection.
Face: The Sensual Skin Tinted Balm, created a soft and natural look.
The Celestial Powder in Candlelight, applied on cheekbones for sparkle and shimmer, and to highlight the face.
Eyes: The Eye Shadow Duo in #209 (Snow/Coal), the Snow shadow is applied all over the lid and in the tear ducts of the eye to create a shimmery ballerina look and icicle-like appearance.
The Volume & The Curling Mascara, applied only to upper lashes.
The Eyelash Curler.
The Precision Brow Pencil, fill in brows with The Precision Brow Pencil to create a fresh and natural look. Use the brush on opposite end of the pencil to push brows up.
Cheeks: The Creamy Glow in Liquifuchia, applied on apples of cheeks in round circular motions to create a wintery flush cheek for a wind-blown look as if the model just stepped inside from the cold.
Lips: The Matte Lipstick in Flawless, applied with finger and dab to lightly stain lips for a very minimal look.
The Celestial Powder in Candlelight, applied on the cupids bow of lips to create a touch of shimmer when the light hits.