By  on February 12, 2010

Ruffian’s fall-winter beauty was inspired by both French fashion and the cosmos. “We’re doing a Parisian girl taking a trip to the moon,” said lead makeup artist James Kaliardos for MAC Cosmetics. “She is iridescent, with pearl and luna shadows swept on her temples and cheekbones.” Complexions were sheer and ethereal, highlighted with glittery loose pigment powder in shades of periwinkle, muted teal and lavender. “The news here is that we’re wearing the eye shadows on the upper cheekbone and contouring with a deeper sparkling shade,” said Kaliardos. “It’s bringing attention to a forgotten part of the face.” Lips were painted a creamy matte-finished fuchsia, to give off the soft feel of cashmere.

 

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