Runway image by Elaine Kwok
Beauty at Rosemount Australian Fashion Week by Kimmi
Continuing with what is appearing to be a reoccurring theme at this seasons Fashion Week, Karla Spetic created a sophisticated, elegant mood and somewhat ‘grown up’ collection enhanced with a Napoleon Perdis bright lip and a super sleek ponytail by Redken.
Makeup at Karla Spetic S/S 2011-12 by Napoleon Perdis
Skin: Napoleon Complex Skin Renewal Serum and Auto Pilot Pre-Foundation Primer were used to prep the skin. The Mighty Concealer Pen was used to hide any blemishes although these models have seriously amazing skin. Advanced Mineral Makeup foundation was applied and then set with Camera Finish, the perfect powder for when a camera may just pop up.
Brows: The brows were kept quite natural but lightened slightly with Eyebrow Pencil in Pale Rider.
Eyes: To keep the focus on the bright lip, Color Disc in Skinny Dip gave lids a light shine and Cheek To Chic Blush Duo #1 added a bit of colour to the socket. No liner or falsies were used, rather a natural touch with lashings of Mesmer-Eyes Mascara.
Cheeks: A beautiful semi-rosey cheek was created with Barely Blushing in Barely Buff.
Lips: This look was all about the lip so a precision application is required. Lips were lined and filled with Lip Pencil in Pinot Noir and then coated with the ‘orangey’ goodness of DeVine Goddess in Hara.
Nails: Fingernails were kept neatly manicured with some clear polish. Toes were adorned in a creamy Lilac to compliment the bright shades of the clothes.
Hair at Karla Spetic S/S 2011-12 by Redken
Hair: Keeping with the sleek and elegant mood, slick ponytails were secured mid-way between the crown and the nape of the head. Hair elastics were covered by wrapping small amount of hair around the base.
“The bright orange lip needs to remain sleek and clean – don’t atempt it without liner. You’ve been warned!”
– Napoleon Perdis
This Beauty at Rosemount Australian Fashion Week report and images was provided by Sydney-based beauty blogger, Kimmi. You can view her daily ramblings at The Plastic Diaries.