New York Fashion Week: The looks are all about eyes, lips, and skin
Makeup trends for Spring 2015 saw a variety of looks on the runway. According to Harper's Bazaar, the makeup was fresh, vibrant, and sultry.
Inky black eyes dominated the runway in a variety of textures and applications. At Tommy Hilfiger, tight lining all the way around the eyes using liquid eyeliner was the look of the moment.
Fine wing tipped liner across the upper lids dominated the spring shows at Prada, Marchesa, and Saint Laurent.
Herve Leger models ruled the runway with thick liner as if was applied with a sharpie.
Faces this season are natural and bare created by using pink flesh tone colors for lips and cheeks for a barely there look. This means no mascara, foundation or anything. These looks were part of the shows at Calvin Klein, Tory Burch and Chanel.
Purple and lavender shadows replaced darker hues at Derk Lam and Vera Wang,
while smokey eyes rocked at Tom Ford and Diane Von Furstenberg to create the look of all night partying.
Brown shadows are popular also. Cool shades of taupe, warm sand and chocolate bronzes were the highlight at Gucci, Givenchy and Roberto Cavalli.
Another new and interesting trend we are seeing this season is pop art eye makeup with a new twist. Makeup artist used strips of leather, satin stickers and swipes of lipstick in place of eyeliner. Brands like Dior and Elie Saab incorporated this look into their spring looks.
Lashes are bold and over the top. Clumpy mascara, colored mascara and faux fluttery lashes were seen at Emilio Pucci, and Betsey Johnson.
At Dolce & Gabanna lips were a deep berry blend and Missoni and Burberry showed bright flirtatious orange reds.
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Celebrity makeup artist Courtney Rashon is synonymous with all things creative. Known for her ability to transform the ordinary into something breathtaking, her abilities always exceed the expectations. Not only does she possess the skills needed for everyday glamour makeup, she also is a special effects artist as well.
Her company, Courtney Rashon Industries, consists of a full-service beauty entity that provides glamour/beauty and visual effects makeup application, men's grooming, imaging and mentoring for aspiring makeup artists.
Since the birth of her company, she has produced makeup for artists such as Timbaland, Sebastian and Petey Pablo, reality television personalities, Natalie Nunn, of the Bad Girls Club, Exotic from For the Love of Ray J and director Paul Coy Allen of R&B Divas, just to name a few. Also, she has been the key makeup artist for commercials, short films and the social movement documentary From Fatherless to Fatherhood which aired on OWN and Aspire networks. She has also given demonstrations at Robert Fiance Beauty Schools on specialty makeup subjects including bridal makeup and television and film makeup applications.