By  on September 11, 2016

Backstage at Victoria Beckham seemed strict, a departure from the with-the-fingers eyeshadow application employed by makeup artist Pat McGrath, and contrasting with the “free spirit” of the collection.

For the makeup looks — which were created in three different versions — McGrath, went for a “very fresh, very natural girl, [and] very modern feel to the look — like a free-flowing, non-geometric shape on the eye…but done with fingers, and a wing in green done with a brush,” she said. Skin was outfitted with a bit of foundation and concealer, after a healthy dose of Estée Lauder brand skin care, then prepped with Radiant Highlighter. McGrath really let the lids be the focus — the “free-flowing, non-geometric” shape was done in the blue color from Beckham’s soon-to-be-launched eyeshadow palette, and extended from lash to crease and beyond the outer edges of the eye. Another eye was done with winged green shadow, painted on like liner, and a nude eye used the taupe and brown shades from the palette. Lashes were coated in brown mascara at the roots, and lips were left nude, with a bit of balm. Beckham’s makeup collection for Estée Lauder is set to launch Tuesday.

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