Teach Me Tuesday
is a new addition to Artists Within's blog and we are so very excited!
We will introduce to you the latest hair, makeup and wardrobe and teach you how to mimic the looks we are seeing in magazines, runways and on TV.
This model was seen in "The Row" fashion show.
"THE ROW, a luxury apparel and accessories brand by Ashley Olsen and Mary-Kate Olsen"
This look is all about the luminous, fresh face. If only we could all wake up looking like this!
Here are a few simple rules to follow to achieve the look:
1) Since we are at the final stages of winter, start considering switching your foundation to a tinted moisturizer. Not only do you get the added moisture, you will also get the SPF to protect your skin from sun damage in the months to follow.
Try our Mineral Sheer Tint ($50.00) ; Alternatively, try mixing liquid Illuminator ($50) into your foundation to achieve this glow!
2) To contour your cheek bones and warm up the face, use our Cream Blush in Bronzage ($23). Just apply with your fingers, blend out the edges and you're ready for Spring!
A simple rule to remember: Cream products on Cream products; Powder on Powder.
For more photos of The Row's Spring/Summer 2012 collecting seen at NYFW, click here
Now onto one of our favorite decades...
Get inspired by the decade that brought us PVC box dresses, pillbox hats, gogo boots, Twiggy and Peace, Love and Freedom.
1) Charcoal smudged eyes - Start off with eye base ($21) to prevent any creasing. Press grey or black shadow into your lid blending slightly up and out, line your lids with black cake liner ($23) and finish with volume mascara ($26)2) Line lips with a bare lip pencil ($21). A peachy pink- #18 lip rouge $26 -is the right color for this lip!3) Lightly dust the apples of your cheeks using a blush color similiar to your lip color. Try using Sheer Satin blush ($26) in Whisper Apricot. Or alternatively, pick up our 6 shade blush palette ($35) for all your "blushing" needs!Tip: By PRESSING shadow into our lids instead of brushing it on, we prevent messy fallout especially when working with darker tints.To view more of Erin Fetherston's spring/summer 2012 collection, click here2 very contrasting looks but with the proper colors, tools and products both looks can be achieved with minimal effort!Happy Valentines Day Everyone!Much Love From,The Artists Within Ladies xo