Michael Kors has built his namesake label on creating aspirational yet accessible fashion. For his Fall/Winter 2020 collection, this translated to chic layering and an abundance of capes with fall classics like wool knits, plaid, and suiting. To complete the picture, makeup artist Dick Page created a simple beauty look that perfectly fit Kors’ modern woman, and using Maybelline products, you bet it’s attainable.
Before the models were runway ready, however, Page made a last-minute change to the makeup. Originally planning on contouring the faces, the makeup artist decided to forgo the sculpting and add a touch of Maybelline Cheek Heat blush instead. The result? A five-step face consisting of clean foundation, a flush of color on the cheeks, a quick amplification of the brow, warm brown eyeshadow, and a touch of mascara.
Page admits the look’s simplicity. “There’s not much to it,” he tells CR. “There’s no sculpting going on, no extension. There’s no shaping or detail. It’s a healthy face, a natural lip.”
Nail artist Jin Soon Choi had the same pared-back approach for the models’ nails. “It’s all about nail care,” she says backstage. “We tried going very minimalistic for this one.”
To create the clean look, Choi used the Hyperrepair polish from her own eponymous line, a pink-tinted clear coat that contains three AHAs and vitamins, followed by her Matte Maker top coat to give the nails a suede finish. Along with the makeup, the complete look defined effortless beauty that really is that easy to achieve.END
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