August 27 2014

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Makeup Bag Check: Miranda Kerr


The Mission: Make Miranda Kerr’s features pop at the 4th Annual Film Benefit at the Museum of Modern Art in New York using a natural product regimen in keeping with the supermodel’s all-organic, all-the-time skincare standards.

The Face Painter: Makeup artist Rose-Marie Swift

The Face: Swift’s signature is a luminous base, and last night was no exception. Starting with her RMS Beauty “Un” Cover-Up to create an even tone, Swift dabbed her Living Luminizer on the top of Kerr’s cheekbones and down the bridge of the nose to contour her face with a subtle sheen.

The Eyes: Using her RMS Beauty Cream Eye Shadow in Lunar, a golden glimmer, Swift coated Kerr’s lids, highlighting the inner corners with a dab of Living Luminizer to reflect light. Curling lashes, Swift applied a few strokes of black mascara and darkened Kerr’s brows with her as-yet-unreleased Cream Eye Shadow in Karma, a dark brown, to ensure that they stood out in bold contrast to Miranda’s printed Peter Pilotto dress.

The Lips: Multitasking her newly reformulated Lip2Cheek cream color base in Rapture, Swift applied rosy pigment to both Kerr’s mouth and the apples of her cheeks for a berry-tinged flush.

The Result: After a few final swipes of Living Luminizer on her collarbones, it was impossible not to fixate on Kerr and her otherworldly glow swanning around the museum, despite the bevy of other A-listers also in attendance.

Photo: Eugene Gologursky / Getty Images

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