The bandeau provides coverage while the lacy details provide an interesting contrast that's somehow sexy too without anything peeking out. I sported wedges that would give me height without sacrificing comfort. As usual, no hand accessories save for a watch to keep me on time. Since the neckline was quite open, I sported a huge statement necklace of my own design. Had I wanted to skip the necklace, a wide belt (as Mike suggested) could be a better alternative. What's with the shades? Well, no makeup yet. I was thinking should I blowdry my hair or let the hair be? As I was lacking time (still came from a shoot before the show) I just pinned my hair in a bun and let it loose when I want waves.
As for the makeup, I just did my red lips but drew attention to my eyes with a sorta smoky look:
- Make Up For Ever Waterproof Eye Corrector 0
- MAC Studio Sculpt concealer in NW 20 on undereyes and NC 30 on blemishes set with MAC Studiofix NC30
- MAC MSF in Soft and Gentle on cheeks as a highlight
- MAC Paint Pot in Fresco Rose
- MAC Palette in Smoke and Diamonds (just 4 eyeshadows there, a highlight, a lid color, and contour color, and a bit of black for smokiness)
- MAC Technakohl in Brownborder
- MAC Plushlash in Plushblack
- Shu Uemura Rouge Unlimited in RD 165M
For the makeup, I gave a smokey look on everyone. Here's me and my model, Jovy:
I strengthened her contours and added bronzer on her cheeks to warm her face up and highlighted her cheeks with Soft and Gentle. Brows had to be defined as it was a fashion show and the eyes, I used solid black kohl and falsies to make the smokey-reddish brown colors pop. reddish-caramel lips made her stand out. Of course, for fashion shows, makeup had to be thickly applied as the stage lights could drown out her look.