By  on February 14, 2013

New Wave French films from the Sixties set the scene at Anna Sui.


“The main inspiration is a strong face,” said Pat McGrath for Cover Girl. Creating a Sixties cat eye, she applied a black pencil along the eyelid. She exaggerated the graphic shape by increasing the width and leaving the tip about a half-inch from the brow. On the bottom lash line, she again used a black pencil to generate a dotted line. “Looking at the colors in the collection, they were very rich,” said McGrath. “Anna wanted a monochromatic face.”  To top off the lip, McGrath applied a blush-colored gloss.

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