This past NYFW may be over, but the beauty looks are here to stay! This season I went backstage at Noon by Noor to get the how to’s of the models’ runway look. To match the aesthetics of the no fuss Noon by Noor woman; MAC makeup artist Tiffany Johnston created a whimsical yet very wearable makeup look. Each model sported a natural face with metallic eyeliner in silver, bronze, or lavender for a pop of color. By varying the eyeliner color to fit the girl’s natural beauty, Johnston created an individualized yet cohesive group.
Keeping with the theme of natural beauty Zoya Creative Director, Rebecca Isa conceptualized an “ethereal nude that complements all skin tones, with a hint of glimmer.” To get this nude but better look Zoya nail tech, Cinnamon Bowser, created a “custom” nude for all the models by pairing shade Glimmer over Abril. The result was a well polished refined nude that reflected the femininity of the collection while matching each model’s skin tone instantly.
Lastly, the hair was inspired by the multi- texture of the clothes and was styled minimally with a part and increased texture towards the bottom. The simplistically of the hair further served to accentuate the makeup and clothes.
Get the Look:
Makeup: Take a MAC powder pigments in (silver, bronze, or lavender) and use a eyeliner makeup brush dipped in water to apply the pigment as liquid eyeliner.
Nails: Begin by using ZOYA Anchor Base Coat to ensure nails are smooth for polish application. Very carefully paint the bottom part of the nail, closest to the cuticle, with ZOYA in Avril. Let dry for a moment and follow up with a coat of ZOYA in Glimmer. Let nails dry and enjoy the glossy, nude sheen.
Hair: Part hair in the middle or side and allow natural texture to show.
And there you have it, a beautiful natural makeup look straight from the runway! To learn more about Noon by Noor check out my previous coverage of their fashion week show.