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Runway to Real Life: Try colour blocking your makeup! Here’s how to do Marni’s playful Spring 2012 look

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Left: Marni Spring 2012 photography by Peter Stigter. Right: Photography and makeup by Dallas Curow. Model: Adriane/Folio Montreal.

Marni’s Spring 2012 collection was suspended between girlish youth and confident womanhood. Although the ‘60s chic looks were structured and clean, little hints of whimsy appeared throughout. It was the collection’s playful accessories—two-toned oxfords and clutches—that inspired makeup artist Tom Pecheux to create the orange and white beauty look. By using shadows instead of liners, and by perking up the cheeks and lips with sheer products, you can make this work for real life. The bright, light colours are what make this look youthful and fun, so don’t be shy about using these creamsicle hues.

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  • http://imabeautygeek.com Janine . BEAUTYGEEKS

    This is just beautiful; I’m going to try it myself.

    LOVE this series by Dallas Curow!

  • http://www.themodelstage.com AnnHanson

    So cute, natural and feminine! I love it :*

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