Lead makeup artist for Maybelline New York, Grace Lee was inspired to create multiple looks for KITH that included a graphic eye and a softly sculpted face punctuated by a feathery brow.
Quintessential New York City girls, 90s supermodels,” and “preppy school kids mingled together at KITH’s Spring/Summer 2019 show.
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BACKSTAGE BEAUTY GET THE LOOK.
Grace crafted the “negative-space winged eye” using the Eyestudio Lasting Drama Waterproof Gel Pencil Eyeliner in Sleek Onyx. ToShe created the crisp edge by holding a tissue along the outer corner of the eye while drawing the wing or using the Facestudio Master Fixer Makeup Remover Pen to perfect the shape.
After completing the wing, Grace applied Fit Me Matte + Poreless Foundation to make skin look flawless.
Next, she applied Volum’ Express The Falsies Washable Mascara in Blackest Black to top and bottom lashes
For a sculpted look reminiscent of the supermodels seen on Versace’s runway and in George Michael’s “Freedom! ’90” video, Grace used the Facestudio Master Contour V-Shape Duo Stick underneath cheekbones.
The pro created the perfect nude lip by blending SuperStay Matte Ink Un-Nude Liquid Lipstick in Poet and Driver together. For even more dimension, she added Shine Compulsion Lipstick by Color Sensational in Baddest Beige over top.