Burberry Fall Beauty: A Live, In-Person Discussion-------
Makeup artist Wendy Rowe has made dewy skin, sepia-toned lids, a nude-rose mouth, and some well-placed highlighted contours something of a calling card at Christopher Bailey’s Burberry show each season. And it’s not a bad signature, either; there’s something about stained eyes, neutral lips, and perfect complexions that makes for a universally flattering look—on and off the runway. For Fall, Rowe took things slightly more sultry with two new shades of the brand’s Sheer Eyeshadow. I coveted them when they debuted back in February and am happy to report that they’re on shelves now. No. 23 Dark Sable is a glimmering chocolaty brown-gray, while no. 24 Mulberry is a dark bordeaux. Blend them from the lash line through the crease à la Cara Delevigne at left and make sure to drag the pigments lightly across the lower lash line as well for a full-framed finish. Want to get more application tips from me—and check out the brand’s brand-new soft, matte Velvet Foundation? Head over to Saks next Thursday, when I team up with Burberry Beauty for the first-ever Look Good, Feel Better beauty editors day at the legendary New York department store. Start stockpiling your questions now, and click here to book your one-on-one appointment.