When your wintertime complexion needs a boost, think twice before assuming a spray tan is needed to remedy your pallor. Expert stylist LB Rosser began with a neutral foundation (using Armani Luminous Silk #4, Armani loose powder #2) and then added colors that not only complement your complexion but allow your best features to get noticed. Wake up your look and dare to put some color to work for you.
Soft and natural, this color combination is great for both workdays and weekends.[one_half]
Lips: Runway Hit retro matte lipstick by MAC
Cheeks: Bobby Brown Nude Glow Shimmer Brick
Eyes: Inglot eye shadow #467 and #08; Cover Girl Lash Blast mascara in brown
Nails: Revlon Brilliant Strength Nail Enamel in Dazzle
Eyelids dusted with warm metallic shimmer glow with possibilities.
Lips: Armani lip shimmer in #2
Cheeks: Tom Ford Love Lust blush
Eyes: Bronze pigment by MAC; Teddy eyeliner by MAC
Such a playful color, this powerful pink adds fun to any look.
Lips: Flat Out Fabulous retro matte lipstick by MAC
Cheeks: Chanel Pink Explosion blush
Eyes: Kevyon Aucoin Essential Eye Shadow Palette 2
Nails: Sally Hanson nail polish in Flame On
Always a classic, the matte red lip doesn’t overpower when eyes are enhanced by mascara and nothing more.
Lips: Armani CC Lipstick in Rouge Ecstasy
Cheeks: Armani sheer blush #10
Shadow: Inglot eye shadow in #399
Eyes: Armani mascara in Dress to Kill Black
This intense hue, full of life and vitality, brings out warm tones in skin and golden flecks in eyes.
Lips: Kevyn Aucoin lipgloss in Vesuvian Caramel
Cheeks: Tom Ford Shade and Illuminate
Eyes: Inglot eye shadow in matte #316, matte #329 and matte #08; Feline eyeliner by MAC
Photography by Jeremy Shelby
Hair and Makeup by LB Rosser
Model Cali Stewart represented by the Kim Dawson Agency