MAKEUP: Tina Turbow for Tarte Cosmetics
SNAPSHOT: On-the-go Chic
THE SCOOP: For her Fall 2010 presentation, Susan Woo was influenced by Medieval armor - drawing inspiration from the layers and steel plates that served different purposes in yesteryear, Woo constructed a collection that mimicked this concept for the modern-day woman. And makeup artist Tina Turnbow complemented the designs with a look that was effortless and very easy going.
"It's about how one looks represents different aspects of a personality," Woo told StyleList. "The modern-day woman dresses for comfort -- to be sexy and professional. And the hair and makeup translates this into a look for a woman who doesn't have time. She's so self-assured that she wears this look from day-to-night. It's her personality that shines through and the clothes complete the package of who she really is."
"It's dewy, natural skin with flushed cheeks with a bit of luminosity and stain on the lips," said Turnbow. "It's light -- like she could have done it in 10 minutes and headed right out of the door."
GET THE LOOK - MAKEUP: All makeup by Tarte. Conceal with the 4-in-1 Natural Eraser and then apply Smooth Operator Oil-Free Tinted Moisturizer with SPF 20 onto skin. Top with Provocateur Pressed Mineral Powder. Flush cheeks with Natural Cheek Stain in Dollface and True Love. Create Kohl-rimmed eyes with the Shimmery Deep Gray, Lucy I'm Home and Shimmering Gray Periwinkle Shadow. Finely line eyes with EmphasEYEs and coat lashes in Lights, Camera, Lashes! mascara. Finish look with Rise & Shine in Berrylicious on lips.
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