The Homebody's Guide: Jeremy Scott S/S 2013 Makeup

The Homebody's Guide: Jeremy Scott S/S 2013 Makeup

posted on: 9.20.2012

Each season, I feel as if Jeremy Scott has some of the best makeup looks at his shows. This season was no exception. This look was relatively tame for a Jeremy Scott show, with the key artist for MAC, the legendary Kabuki, saying he was inspired by the motto "Arabian Chic" and makeup from the late '70s and '80s. This makeup is very layered to have the beautiful smoky effect. He used only MAC products, and although I had a lot of the products, I tried to mix it up to recreate this look. I hope you enjoy it!

Face
Bobbi Brown Bronzing Powder in Natural
Tarte Amazonian Clay Blush in Blissful

Eyes
Too Faced Chocolate Lava Gloss Eyeliner
MAC Deep Truth E/S
MAC Espresso E/S
MAC Wedge E/S
MAC All That Glitters + Saffron E/S (Kabuki used Expensive Pink)
Urban Decay Baked E/S
Sugarpill Goldilux Loose Shadow
MAC Smoulder Eye Kohl
MUFE Smoky Lash Mascara

Lips
Lip Balm

15 comments:

  1. Beautiful! great combo of the blue and the inner eye highlight.

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  2. New followers from the #bbloggers blog hop! This look is really cool. I wish I was more bold and could wear color like this!
    Laura
    A Brunette Duet

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  3. Hey! Found your blog through the blog hop and we love it!! Might actually give this ago today! Now following xx

    january-sublime.blogspot.com

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  4. Your eyes look bloody lovely :)

    I’m also running a giveaway so would love if you could enter! http://champagnelambinibudget.blogspot.co.uk/2012/09/happy-friday-giveaway.html

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  5. Ugh. I am so Jealous that you can take such great pictures of you eyes!! I have such a hard time; and just can't really do it! Do you have any suggestions?!

    I'm visiting && subscribing from the #bbloggers Blog hop! :)

    xo, Nykki
    www.nykki-talks-beauty.com

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    1. Aw thanks! I use a DSLR camera, and I use my kit lens at 55 mm to get the macro shots of my eye. It takes a little practice and time to get used to it, and it is also dependent on good lighting. Make sure not to hold the camera too close to your eye so it doesn't come out blurry. It normally takes me at least 20 shots to get the one good shot to put on my blog! So patience is definitely a major factor lol.

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    2. Love the fab pis also!! and a great color as well...

      Love how yellow your blog is!

      Following you from the Beauty Blogger Bunch Hop
      Xoxo
      Janelle @ GlamorousMama

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