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Make-up goes ’50s at Verge


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September 18, 2008/11.50


Jane Iredale make-up at Air New Zealand Fashion Week autumn–winter 2009, featured in Lucire
Jane Iredale make-up at Air New Zealand Fashion Week autumn–winter 2009, featured in Lucire
Jane Iredale make-up at Air New Zealand Fashion Week autumn–winter 2009, featured in LucireJane Iredale make-up at Air New Zealand Fashion Week autumn–winter 2009, featured in Lucire

Mineral make-up, as discussed by Lucire’s beauty columnist Nicole McKinnon as being the hot new trend back in 2006, has continued to be a staple, especially on the catwalk at Air New Zealand Fashion Week. At Verge, Nikki Lovrich, head make-up artist for the Jane Iredale team at the Verge show, gave the models a high-glamour look ‘with deep smoky eyes and subtle barely there lips,’ according the company.
   Mineral make-up’s advantage is providing coverage but allowing the skin to breathe.
   Products used included the following. For eyes: Jane Iredale Smoke Gets in Your Eyes winter ’09 palette, Gold and Rose Gold 24 ct Gold Dust for highlights and Jane Iredale Liquid eyeliner for the 1950s’ look. For the face: PurePressed mineral bases and Amazing Base loose minerals. For cheeks: In Touch cream blushers in Connection (peach pink) and Con?dence (deep red). For lips: PureGloss in shades of Wild Apple and Melon.


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