NYFW Spring 2013: Deconstructed Beauty Makeup Trend By NARS Cosmetics – Creatures Of The Wind Show
NARS has been pretty busy so early on in the game this NY Fashion Week. Not only did NARS kick-off one of the first shows for Tanya Taylor’s Spring ’13 Collection, but was able to showcase its own Creatures of the Wind (COTW) show lead by James Boehmer, NARS Global Director of Artistry. The look called for deconstructed beauty, with some unlikely inspiration: “[COTW Designers] Chris and Shane were referencing a character from a Godzilla film. They had this idea of ‘monstrous beauty’ that’s raw, but still ladylike,” said James Boehmer, NARS Global Director of Artistry. “So we created a look on the eyes that’s a little lived-in. It’s not as anime and perfect; it’s destroyed.” Destroyed yet beautiful!
Below are the key products used to create the exclusive look:
· Radiant Creamy Concealer (New for Spring 2013!)
· Light Reflecting Powder – Pressed (New for Spring 2013!)
· Pure Radiant Tinted Moisturizer SPF30/PA+++
· Loose Powder
· Silver Factory Soft Touch Shadow Pencil (New for Holiday 2012!)
· Damned Velvet Matte Lip Pencil (used on eyes)
· Cruella Velvet Matte Lip Pencil (used on eyes)
· Fire Down Below Lipstick
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