By  on February 22, 2014

MILAN — At Roberto Cavalli, makeup artist Diane Kendal went for, "an extended, dramatic, smoky eye" using MAC Cosmetics.
First, a brush-blended line was drawn in Coffee Eye Pencil under and over the eye. Ebony eyeliner pencil saturated the inside rim and the top of the eye, and the shape was extended into a little triangle on the outer corner.
"We don't want a rounded eye shape," she said. Black cream liner was applied very close to eyelashes. Champagne shimmer highlighted the center of the eyelids.
Skin was moisturized with light coverage foundation. Kendal described the nude Siss shade on lips as "aesthetically rich and beautiful against the smoky eye.” Powder blush in Worldly Wealth was brushed on cheeks.
Hairstylist Guido Palau created a "simple, wet-shine updo — a messy bun with bits sticking out," using Redken products.
Shine Flash 02 was loaded into dry hair to affect a wet shine before it was gathered and wrapped into a messy bun towards the top of the head, clear of the high collars and furs in the collection. Forceful 23 tamed stray wisps and shaped the crown.

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