Get The Look: NYFW Christian Siriano Trend Review; Vampire-Inspired Makeup With Blood Red Lips

Get The Look: NYFW Christian Siriano Trend Review; Vampire-Inspired Makeup With Blood Red Lips

Get The Look: NYFW Christian Siriano Trend Review; Vampire-Inspired Makeup With Blood Red Lips

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The show at NYFW was another phenomenal collection of exciting textures and shapes. The makeup was kept simple and minimal. In a group session backstage, lead makeup artist Polly Osmond explained the look of the show: blood red lips and how to get them. Christian himself did state that for this collection he found himself in a rather dark mood, being inspired by vampires. Speaking of vampires, sitting in the front row was Nina Dobrev of the Vampire Diaries enjoying the show. A reporter got a moment with the star and found out her favorite products are by La Mer: “That’s all I use, ” said Nina. Think you can recreate this look at home? Sure, just pencil the shape desired and fill in with your favorite blood red lipstick and top it with a light gloss.

Lead Makeup Artist: Polly Osmond
Makeup: M·A·C
Products used: eye gloss on lids, MAC Opulash Mascara in Black (on both top and bottom lashes), M.A.C. Lip Pencil in Nightmoth and M.A.C. Lipstick in Media.

Description: Dark, creepy, dramatic. Girls with clean skin, focus on the lips and little bit of color on cheeks. Lips make a pointed bow and pointed heart shape in  dark, blood red color

– Jill Goldsberry

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  • Sara-May Monaghan
    Posted at 02:28h, 21 February

    I adore this lip shape. Its absolutely stunning and I think I need to try it!

  • Pingback:MAC 2012 A/W makeup trends « thebeautyspread
    Posted at 07:35h, 21 August

    […] Runway breakout star capitalized on the current vampire trend by showing a collection inspired by the sexy bloodsuckers. M∙A∙C ’s.  “It’s beautiful scary,” makeup artist Polly Osmond said to WWD. The […]

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