"The makeup is a modern take on a 1930s Greta Garbo. We have silver all over the eye; a matte face, powdered; and then a contour underneath the cheek."
Charlotte Tilbury at Zac Posen
Alexander McQueen wanted all the girls to look ghostly, with whitish, pale skin. We're mixing normal foundation with a white base. It's all over the face, behind the ears, on the back of the neck, and ends in long brush strokes as if it were a mask, in a half-deadly, half-dreamy kind of way."
Charlotte Tillbury for Alexander McQueen Spring 2007
"The models look like really beautiful, fresh young girls, but they have major gold and silver on their eyes, so it's a strong—like a cyber-y—android eye."
James Kaliardos at Chanel
"The makeup for this collection is based around browns and golds. For a beautiful, blended eye we're using a slight amount of metallic color on the center of the lids. The skin is really healthy and fresh, with a beautiful blush. For the lips we're using a little light lip gloss in a peach-pink color."
Pat McGrath at Versace
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