-Beautifully Disney Cosmetics 2013-
This is another look from the Beautifully Disney Cosmetic Collection. This look is for Lady Tremain. Hair and makeup by Ana Rivera and Lauren Pudwill from Beaute Speciale.
Lady Tremain with a modern hairstyle for the Beautifully Disney Cosmetics line.
This Cinderella look is a fun and special project we did for the new Beautifully Disney Cosmetics that just recently came out. We used cosmetics from their new eye shadow palette and we also added a few of our own colors and finishing touches to enhance this look. Hair and makeup by Ana Rivera and Lauren Pudwill for Beaute Speciale.
Some behind the scenes photos from our Beautifully Disney Cosmetics photo shoot. Here is our inspiration board.
– summer trends 2012 –
Beaute Speciale Artist, Rosie Torres, saw this look on the runway and was inspired by this fresh faced, nude lip look. It has a touch of smokey eye, but it’s not too dark so you can wear this as a daytime look as well. Eyeliner in the water line and a few coats of mascara give this look some sex appeal. We love it!
Shades of blue is summer 2012’s fresh new way to accentuate your eyes. Light and airy, or dark and dramatic, this look is easy to customize, and can compliment all complexions. Beaute Speciale artist, Laine Smart, created this look to share with us.
One of our favorite celebrities at the moment is Emma Stone. She always looks elegant and classy no matter what hair color she is sporting at the moment. One of the things we like about her is that even though she has a full face of makeup, she never looks like she has too much on and it always look fresh and clean. She can pull off any colored makeup, effortlessly. This look was done by Amanda Neuhardt from Beaute Speciale and she is focusing on the coral colored lipstick. There are many shades of corals and everyone can look good in coral if and when you find the right shade. It is a daring color but it’s a great color to wear for the summer. We dare you to find a shade of coral you like and wear with confidence!
Here’s another summer look from Amanda Neuhardt. We especially love this summer, bronzy look because it can be worn day or night. Bronzy makeup is a very “safe” way to wear shimmery colors and helps to give the skin a healthy, youthful appearance without making the makeup look heavy or over done. This look makes the skin look fresh glowy and youthful and it’s appropriate for any age and for any occasion. This look will make a statement at any occasion and others are sure to take notice of this fresh look.
This face chart was create by Amanda Neuhardt from Beaute Speciale. In this look she is showing you how just a little color on the lips and some dramatic eye liner can be an easy enough and quick to apply for a sultry summer night out. This is a very sexy look but at the same time not too over dramatic. We have noticed that a lot of our brides lately are getting away from the clean natural look and going more for this style and look for their wedding day. We couldn’t agree more, we are loving this look as well!
Another summer inspirational look for you! This look was created by Jessica Torres from Beaute Speciale. Her look was inspired but singer / actress Brandy. Jessica shows us how this smokey eye never goes out of style no matter what the season is. You can give this look a fresh appeal by adding a bit of color to make it more vibrant and to make it pop, especially during these long summer nights when you want to dress up and hit the town. Be daring and add any vibrant color of your choice to this smokey look. Greens are also great smoked out as well as plums or the blue you see in this look. We dare to try it and be daring this summer, everyone looks fab with a smokey eye!
This summer look was create by Cindy Vasquez from Beaute Speciale. Her inspiration for this look was seen a lot on the red carpet this season. A lot of celebrities are not only using the gold, bronzey looks that we often see during this season but a lot of the new trends right are now are also making a statement by incorporating some silver in the makeup. This makes it less warm looking but at the same time giving it more of a sex appeal rather then having the traditional fresh glow summer time look that we often long for this time of year. All we can say is we love it!
A beautiful fresh summer look with glowy skin and orangy nude colored lips. Lots of copper, bronze and gold tone color on the cheeks and eyes with a strong brow and lots of lush lashes. This look was created by Ami Pearsall for Beaute Speciale.
Here’s the premise for the look:
- Nude/Dewy skin
- Brushed up brows
- Coral/Pink coloring
- No liner
– spring trends –
Spring Face Chart #7 by Jackie Morton
This face chart was done by Jackie Morton. It was inspired by the new Prada Spring campaign. Orange is the color of the moment and in this look they used minimal color everywhere else and focused on the lips to make a statement. We are completely in love with the new orange looks this season and we recommend everyone try a little orange somewhere, whether it be on lips, cheeks, eyeliner eye shadow and nails. The trick is to use the color sparingly so it looks fresh and clean.
Face Chart Details:
- Temptu S/B + 3 drops gold
- Temptu Translucent Powder
- Brow Bone – Whisper Pink
- Lid – Matte Soft Beige
- Crease – Matter Butter Cream
- Eyeline – Expresso
- Lower Liner – Expresso and Amour
- Mascara – Lash Blast Volume
Spring Face Chart #6 by Ami Pearsall
Another great spring face chart done by Ami Pearsall. This look right off the runways is focused on the the bold thick lashes. Luxurious lashes are very in right now. It has a bit of a retro look with a modern twist the women everywhere are loving right now. You can wear this look with a bold lip or nude lip and very little makeup on the skin.
Face Chart Details:
Face: Cargo Blu-ray Face Primer, MAC Pro Longwear Concealer, MAC Studio Fix Foundation (For a more dewy look, mix MAC face and body foundation or a little bit of MAC Strobe cream into the Studio Fix foundation). To set the foundation, use MAC Set Powder or Mineralize Skin Finish Powder.
Cheeks: MAC Sculpting Powder to accentuate cheek bones and to Highlight and MAC Gingerly Blush for a touch of color on apples of cheeks.
Eyes: MAC Painterly for eyelid primer, MAC Blanc Type eye shadow all over lid, MAC Charcoal Brown for eye lid crease, and MAC Swiss Chocolate and Handwritten for corner of eye. MAC Blacktrack Fluid eyeliner for top lid and MAC Swiss Chocolate shadow for under eye. MAC Splash Proof Mascara and MAC Lashes #20 for more volume and length on outer eye.
Lips: MAC Pro Longwear concealer to neutralize lip color, MAC Lip pencil in Brick, and MAC lipsticks Dare You and Russian Red.
To Set: Urban Decay’s All Nighter Setting Spray
Spring Face Chart #5 by Cindy Vasquez
Another one of our favorite looks this year was Adele’s recent look at this year’s Grammys! We love the retro look, but it looks very modern and elegant. Many of our clients have been asking for this look recently. This face chart was done by Cindy Vasquez, she recreated this look along with a quick breakdown of colors so people can try this look at home too!
Here’s what Cindy used to achieve this look:
- Foundation – MAC Studio Fix Fluid
- Contour – Mineralize Skin Finish Medium or Medium Dark
- Blush – MAC Desert Rose Blush;
- Powder – ELF HD Translucent Powder
- Primer – Urban Decay Eye Shadow Primer
- Eyelid – Virgin by Urban Decay
- Crease – Buck by Urban Decay
- Mid Eyelid – Half Baked by Urban Decay (also line bottom lid)
- Eyeliner: Blacktrack MAC Fluidline Gel Liner
- Mascara – Cover Girl Lash Blast Fusion Black Brown
- Use false lashes of your choice
- Pencil – Electra Prolongwear Lip Pencil by MAC
- Lipstick – To the Future! Prolongwear Lip Stick by MAC
- Lipgloss – Clear Lip Glass by MAC
Spring Face Chart #4 by Jessica Califf
Another beautiful, fresh look that we like was created by our Jessica Califf. Inspiration came from the Louis Vuitton 2012 Spring Collection right off the runway. This is a clean fresh face look with a hint of a color on the lips and strong lashes and strong brows. This is an amazing look and we think lots of ladies out there will be wearing it. It’s also a very versatile look that you can wear it to the office or out on a night on the town as well!
Products used on this chart:
Eye Shadow – Crease: MAC Cosmetics limited editition quad Interior Life bruised sky. Eyelid: MAC Cosmetics limited edition quad Cutie Goody Goody Gum Drop. Highlight: MAC Cosmetics Yogurt.
Cheeks – Blush: a mix between Nars Desire and Nars Orgasm
Lips – MAC Cosmetics Creme Sheen Creme Cup.
Spring Face Chart #3 by Rosie Torres
Just 10 steps away from this amazing look!
To create this soft beautiful look for spring we start with the eyes first.
Step 1. Use a base for the eye shadow, which is Painterly from MAC. Use a flat concealer brush to apply from the top of the lid to the brow.
Step 2. Use a soft wash of color on the lid. I used seedy-pearl as an all over wash and then pack it on the lid for more intensity. I also use this color in the inner part of the eye to create pop and underneath the eye to continue the soft look.
Step 3. Use Sketch on the crease of the eye to define the eye and show your eye shape.
Step 4. I use Brule as a highlight on the brow bone to brighten and smooth the crease of the highlight together.
Step 5. Line the eyes with Shu Uemura with their black gel liner on top and wing it out for some fun. Line the inner rim with a black eye liner.
Step 6. Use a ton of mascara to make those lashes look amazing.
Step 7. Define your brow with an eyeshadow that matches your hair color and if you have dark hair go with a brown color.
Step 8. Apply concealer and foundation.
Step 9. Apply blush. For this look Iused Prism.
Step 10. I used Whirl lip liner from MAC and Snob lipstick, no gloss.
Inspiration for this look came from here:
Spring Face Chart #2 by Alexie Fonseca
Another look we really like right now is the use of lots of bright colors as eyeliners and keeping the face to a minimum or having a bright lip in combination with a pretty bright manicure. If you keep the focus on one particular area and emphasize one thing at a time, as dramatic as they are doing on the runway, it looks fresh and just in time for spring. Anyone who is brave enough can sport this look out on the town or during the daytime this season.
This was Alexie Fonseca’s spring inspiration from one of the recent spring fashion shows. We love the electric blue eyeliner!
MAC Nicki’s Lipstick
-Bright Yellow Pink
MAC Petrol Blue Eyeliner
-Deep Navy with Pearl
DuWop Doubleglow 7 – Cream Bronzer
Maybelline Great Lash Mascara, Very Black
My spring look combined: electric blue angled liner with hot pink lipstick!
Celebrity Inspiration Look by Jessica Torres
We have been keeping up with some of the new spring trends on the runway in fashion magazines and on the red carpet. We’re really loving some of these looks we’ve seen. The hair and makeup stylists and artists at Beaute Speciale have recreated some of these looks that have inspired them and wanted to share them with the rest of you. First look was recreated by Jessica Torres; Jessica found this clean and classy inspiration look on what Angelina Jolie recently wore at this year’s 2012 Golden Globe Awards. She loved the bright red lip that Angelina had and the beautiful sharp clean line of this retro liquid eyeliner that has never gone out of style but is very popular at the moment. This is a great look that anyone can pull at any event for almost every occasion; it is an Old Hollywood look that has made a comeback in a very strong way!
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