Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Charlotte Tilbury Kicks Off NYFW with the ‘Made for History’ Fashion Show


There’s no better way to kick off New York Fashion Week than with a fashion show and party hosted by Vogue's esteemed editor, Anna Wintour. On Tuesday evening, September 6th, Anna brought together some of the leading lights in the fashion and beauty industry -- including legendary makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury -- to volunteer their time and creative energies, bringing to life the looks that walked the runway at the “Made for HistoryFashion Show”.

The incredible evening featured designs and appearances by the world’s biggest names in fashion, Joseph Altuzarra, Tory Burch, Georgina Chapman, Dao-Yi Chow & Maxwell Osborne, Eva Fehren, Prabal Gurung, Brett Heyman, Marc Jacobs, Pamela Love, David Neville & Marcus Wainwright, Monique Pean, Tanya Taylor, Thakoon, Diane von Furstenberg and Jason Wu – and unforgettable makeup looks created by Charlotte Tilbury.

The Looks From Made For History Show:


The Social SetAltuzarra: This look is all about refined, polished Uptown Goddess beauty (Uptown Girl/Golden Goddess hybrid). Perfect skin with groomed arches that frame effortlessly gilded taupe-y golden Goddess eyes. Flawless, poreless skin was created with Charlotte’s skin-drenching Magic Cream and a touch of foundation that allows the skin to glow through, and any imperfections were retouched as the social set don’t have any, darling! Lips are sumptuous and pillow-y with Charlotte’s trademark nude-y-pink Lip Cheat Lip Liner in Pillow Talk and Bitch Perfect KISSING lipstick. Cheeks were adorned with a swish and pop of rosy Love Glow.


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The Rocker Rebel – Marc Jacobs: This look is all about a strong, brushed-up Joan Jett boyish brow, a contoured, matte chocolate brown eye, above and underneath the lash-line, and bare lips that were hydrated, and nude. Skin was fresh, and flawless and brows were brushed up using Legendary Brows and Brow Lift for the ultimate power brow combination in one shade darker than normal. Eyes were defined in a smoky way with a Sophisticate Smoke shade using the Blender brush backwards and forwards across the eyelid for the ultimate punk-rock 90s cool gaze. Charlotte used the Rock Chick palette Smoke shade for the darker skinned models for serious definition and finished off with lashings of mascara. Lips were moisturised with Lip Magic, and then a light combination of Penelope Pink and Nude Kate was patted onto the lips for a plumped up, pillowy, rocker lip.




Flower Children – Thakoon: This look is all about glowing skin, smattering fake freckles, curled lashes, no mascara, and a blush of Beach Stick in Formentera for pinched sun-scorched cheeks.



Marchesa: This look is all about fresh skin with a contoured, soft, glossed smoky eye with a punk twist (eyelid was washed with Sophisticate Enhance, and blended with the cooling Eyes to Mesmerise in Mona Lisa, with a little bit of Bewtiching Black Colour Chameleon along the lash line for extra punk definition on the gaze), and lashings of mascara. Brows were brushed up, the skin is naturally glowing with a light contour, and the lips were pressed with lip balm for a hydrated, plumped up, semi-matte look. It is both elegant but rock chick. Lips were left bare, and cheeks were slightly sculpted with the Sculpt shade of Filmstar Bronze and Glow!


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