By  on September 13, 2009

Backstage beauty artists at Behnaz Sarafpour were inspired by the designer’s want for a tone-on-tone look (shadows, no hard lines) while also keeping a sense of spring.

Gordon Espinet for MAC went about doing this by repeating his mantra to makeup artists: “Use a light touch, don’t cover it up!” and by shadowing skin to suit each individual model. Espinet used shades of taupe, highlighted cheekbones, bare eyelids, and contoured cheeks and eyelid creases with Copperplate eye shadow to create the “feminine-with-an-edge” look.

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