This tutorial is based on the looks I've done on Clemence Poesy as they have been requested a lot. My colouring is totally different to hers obviously but these are the sorts of tones I've used on her...
Inspired by a recent (and epic) conversation I had with a friend who had to face an ex soon after the break up. This quite rambly (sorry!) tutorial covers make-up tips for any stressful situations whe...
I recently did a cover shoot for InStyle (and these pictures for inside) with actress Eva Green. The shoot was part of the publicity for Eva's new movie, Tim Burton's Dark Shadows - which I'm dying to...
Gallery Update - Tuesday - 08/05/12 - 3:31pm
I recently did a cover shoot for InStyle (and these pictures for inside) with actress Eva Green. The shoot was part of the publicity for Eva's new movie, Tim Burton's Dark Shadows - which I'm dying to see her in. Dark Shadows is based on the cult, gothic TV soap opera of the same name which aired between 1966-71 and promises to be a must-see for all Burton fans.
Eva naturally has a great look, with beautiful pale skin and piercing blue eyes so I focused the intensity of the make-up on her eyes and kept her skin and lips very natural.
Skin - Chanels Vitalumiere Aqua in No.10 and Lancomes Eclat Miracle
Eyes - Mac Paintpots 'Black black' and 'Blackground', Dior 5 Coleurs in 'Gris Gris' and Max Factors False Lash Effect Mascara in Black.
Cheeks - Chanel Sable Rose Palette to contour and blush
Brows - Suqqu Brow Palette in 01
Lips - L’Occitane Moisturising Lip Balm with No7 Lip Pencil in Nude buffed over the top
Photographer - Rankin
Hair - Sebastian Richard
Nails - Andrea Fullerton
To read Eva's full interview see the June issue of InStyle UK.Back To The Blog
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