At Derek Lam, Tom Pecheux, creative makeup director for Estée Lauder, was aiming for a “delicate, slightly romantic, aqua 3-D look. You just want to jump into it.”
Pecheux began by applying Estée Lauder Re-Nutriv Intensive Age Renewal Creme on skin before adding a light application of Double Wear Light Stay-in-Place Makeup. “For February shows, we have to fake this glow with several products, but these girls are just back from their holidays and already tan — and because it’s humid, the cream and foundation give that glowy look,” said Pecheux. Next, Pecheux turned to the eyes, first applying Advanced Night Repair Eye Serum Infusion from lash line to brow before layering Color Stay-on Shadow Paint in Extreme Emerald with a light hand from. Next, he layered Pure Color Stay-on Shadow Paint in Cosmic, a glimmery silver, on top of that for a pale, silvered-aqua look. Pecheux added a light swipe of Pure Color Illuminating Powder Gelée Blush in Tease in the center of the eyelids. Under the bottom lashes, Pecheux used Pure Color Stay-on Shadow Paint in Halo and Pure Color Stay-on Shadow Paint in Steel for emphasis.
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