Makeup from Curvy Couture roadshow
Sophie from Ginchy Salon shared with me the looks they were going for on the runway.” The makeup Curvy Couture roadshow focused on intensifying each models natural beauty. We achieved this by creating an individual contour pattern, bringing in the cheeks and enlarging the shape of the eyes.”
The team created a smokey look using greys, golds and black on the eyes as well as wasp eyelashes on the outer corner of the eyes to created width and depth. The models lips were a focal point, the makeup artist used Klara cosmetics Flaming red matte lipstick to achieve this.
For the hair a slightly vintage look was achieved focusing on the models natural hair type. The team worked with curls and shape to create some timeless looks. Some of the models with longer hair had beautiful french braids worked into their looks.
All of the models look amazing, their confidence shone so bright on the catwalk. The vintage inspired hair and the bold red lips were such a sophisticated look.
The hair and makeup team hit it out of the ball park. Check out Ginchy salon on Facebook.
My makeup from the curvy couture roadshow
I am still trying to get the hang of blogging about not only makeup but also fashion. I was so focused on my outfit and getting glammed up that I didn’t get good photos of my makeup on the night. Here is a blurry cab selfie I took on the way to the show.
The look I went for, is soft and elegant. Its my go to look when I want to look polished and not over done.
I will give you a list of the products I used this look and show you what products I used.
I applied colour tattoo from Maybelline in colour 55 inked in pink over the lower lid and blended it through my crease. I then applied a soft taupe over the lower lid. I then added a light grey onto the outer conner of the eye and blended it through the crease.
I then intensified the outer eye and the crease with a darker grey.
I lined my tight line and upper lash line with Inglot’s black gel liner and smudged it out to create a softer look.
I used my go to concealer, the salmon concealer from Eve Pearl, under my eyes and on a couple of spots. I had packed my fabulous Element two airbrush machine as it is so light and compact, so I airbrushed my foundation also using the element two airbrush foundation.
I then filled in my brows using my favourite brow powder by Final touch brows.
I applied a pair of my favourite lashes from Model Rock, using there lash glue which has replaced Duo lash glue in my personal and professional makeup kit and added some mascara.
I then contoured my face using my Inglot contour powder. I highlighted my cheek bones, nose and cupids bow with the hourglass ambient light powder in incandescent light. I am obsessed with the hourglass highlighters and blush at the moment.
I also used the hourglass blush in mood exposure on the apples of my cheeks.
A spray of Model in a bottle setting spray and I was good to go.