Top model Kate Upton, sat alongside DJ Maya Jama and Actress Victoria Justice front row at the NYFW 2018 Fall/Winter Philipp Plein show, in bold beauty looks for the Maybelline sponsored show. Love their looks get the beauty buzz on how you can rock the look as well!
Inspiration: Inspired by the dark and moody Philipp Plein FW18 collection, Kate complemented her form-fitted black dress with a bold red lip and heavy black liner.
To begin, Tracy applied Maybelline New York FaceStudio Master Prime Hydrate + Smooth Primer, followed by Superstay Full Coverage Foundation for a smooth complexion. Then, she lightly dusted Facestudio Master Fix Translucent Powder to set the foundation into Kate's skin. Tracy lightly swept Facestudio Master Holographic Prismatic Highlighter in Opal for a subtle glow.
Brows: To amplify Kate's dark brows, Tracy used Maybelline New York Fit Me Concealer with Total Temptation Brow Definer in Soft Brown brushed through to set and define her brows.
Eyes: Kate wanted the eyes to look dark and sultry to match the show. To create the look, Tracy lined top and bottom lashes with Eyestudio Lasting Drama Gel Eyeliner in Blackest Black. Then, she applied Total Temptation Eyeshadow + Highlighter Palette through the crease and along the lower lashes to blend the look. To complete the eye, Kate got lashings of Total Temptation Waterproof Mascara.
Lips: Tracy completed the look with the new Maybelline New York Lip Studio Python Metallic Lip Kit in Passionate– creating a seductive red look - to complement Kate's bold eye.
MAKEUP ARTIST: Tracy Murphy (Maya Jama) and Erin Parsons (Victoria Justice) for Maybelline New York
Inspiration: To complement the casual and cool look of Maya's oversized sweatshirt and black leather jacket, her face was kept dewy and light with a dramatic winged liner.
Face and Blush: To start, Maya's face got a light, dewy finish from Maybelline New York Fit Me Matte + Poreless Foundation. Carolina added a touch of Instant Age Rewind Concealer in Tan to create full coverage look. To highlight and softly accentuate Maya's high cheekbones, Maybelline New York Facestudio Master Strobing Liquid Highlighter was blended to create angles and subtle contrasts.
Eyes: Maya's lids were coated in shades from the City Mini Palettes in Urban Jungle and Graffiti Pop. For the dramatic liner, Carolina applied Maybelline New York Eyestudio Lasting Drama Gel Eyeliner, creating the perfect edgy wing to complement her look.
Lips: Carolina completed the look with the new Maybelline New York Lip Studio Python Metallic Lip Kit in Provoked– creating a soft nude - to balance out Maya's bold eye look.
MAKEUP ARTIST: Carolina Gonzalez
Inspiration: To keep in theme with the dark, futuristic look of Philipp Plein's FW 18 Show, Victoria opted for dramatic liner and bold red lip. She accentuated the look by keeping her hair in a low, messy ponytail.
Face + Cheeks: Erin buffed Victoria's skin with Maybelline New York Fit Me Matte + Poreless Foundation. She then applied Maybelline Facestudio Master Chrome Metallic Highlighter in Molten Gold to highlight the cheekbones, followed by Facestudio Master Contour V-Shape Duo Stick to subtly contour Victoria's face for added definition. To finish off the look, Erin dusted Victoria with Facestudio Master Fix Setting + Perfecting Loose Powder.
Brows: To amplify Victoria's dark brows, Erin used Maybelline New York Fit Me Concealer with Total Temptation Brow Definer in Soft Brown brushed through to set and define her brows.
Eyes: To start, Erin swiped the City Mini Palette in Rooftop Bronzes to create a subtle smokiness to the eye. For the accentuated winged liner, Erin used Maybelline New York Master Precise Ink Metallic Liquid Eyeliner in Black Comet to deliver the sharp, precise, and dramatic line. Her eyes were finished with plenty of Maybelline New York Total Temptation Mascara in Black
Lips: Erin completed the look with the new Maybelline New York Lip Studio Python Metallic Lip Kit in Passionate– creating a seductive red look - to complement Victoria's bold eye.
MAKEUP ARTIST: Erin Parsons