NYFW S/S 2012 Beauty

Playing with colors isn’t very famous in the runways of NYFW S/S 2012. New York Designers opted for nudes,browns, muted monochromatic tones as the look for next season.

 Diane Von Furstenburg

 Carolina Herrera

 Timo Weiland

Marc by Marc Jacobs
 Vera Wang RTW

Ladies, it will be all about the skin.  So go visit your derma, invest on the right concealer and make up base…as  nude will take the streets in Spring 2012.


If you get tired of those browns… try this metallic look as seen in 3.1 Philip Lim Fashion Show. Make up by NARS cosmetics.

2011 Spring in Full Color

Fashion week has never been this colorful. From New York to Paris, there’s only 1 common look for spring- Colorfest! Whether its eye color, blush or lipstick, the whole idea is to put bright and colorful make up and steal the scene on the streets! 🙂

Bring back that 1980’s make up color palette coz we’re gonna go disco fiasco next season!

From London fashion week


From Etro and Rochas


From Jill Sander and Marni


From Nina Ricci and Diane Von Furstenburg

Christian Dior (they had the brightest and most colorful eye makeup)


Fendi (lovely, lovely lips in Orange and Pink tones)


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Photo source: style.com

Fall for Earthy Colors this Fall

In the past few years, we’ve seen how consumers evolve, from fancy to practicality, from artificial to natural.  Even in beauty and fashion, shirts, bags and jeans are made of organic cotton, beauty and hair products are now also using organic and natural ingredients.

But this year “Go Eco” is so BIG that even fall/autumn 2010 fashion color palette goes organic.

I just so love these fresh from the farm hues that is so cool to the eyes. So, if you’re starting to collect your key pieces for that Ultimate Fall Look make sure to be guided by these colors. Check out these looks.

Halston Autumn/ Fall RTW 2010 collection


Diane Von Furstenburg Autumn/Fall 2010 RTW


P.S. The 2nd photo DVF runaway is Chat Almarvez, the 16 y/o Filipina supermodel of the world 2010 winner.

Photo Source: pantone.com and firstview.com/marcio madiela