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Backstage beauty Falguni and Shane Peacock Fall 2012

image:S.Whittle for Style Wylde


Wildly creative and intrinsically punk rock in attitude the Falguni and Shane Peacock Fall 2012 collection required a beauty look that was as much about theatrics as it was fashion. To make it all come together, the label tapped the nearly 100-year old cosmetics company that holds legendary status in the stage and screen world, Mehron Makeup.


Here's what they did:

image:S.Whittle for Style Wylde

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Led by key artist  Edward Cruz, the team began by creating a flawless complexion with Mehron’s Celebre PRO-HD foundation applied with Mehron’s new foundation tool, the Face Smoothie.  Cruz and his team then used  Mehron’s brand new  INtense Eye Shadows in Desert Sand and Carbon for a smoky effect under the eye. Next  Mehron’s Black Kohl Eye Pencil was used to draw the intense line above the eye brow and set it with lots of Barrier Spray to prevent any smudging.  Then the eyes were finished with Mehron’s Full E.Y.E Lashes. Tech-Orange and Geranium CHEEK Cream were used to achieve a peachy glow on the skin. Finally lips were made a matte nude with Mehron’s Natural  L.I.P Cream.



The overall look, gorgeous glowing, and totally out of this world!






For more on Mehron Cosmetics, visit the brand's official website listed above, and for more images from the Falguni and Shane Peacock Fall 2012 collection check out the Style Wylde runway recap here 




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