Hot Summer Beauty Looks Straight Off the Runways: Makeup Maven Pat McGrath Dishes on How to Work it in Real Life & Get the New Smoky Eye with Golden Highlights. FASHIONTRIBES BEAUTY BLOG
"At Versace, sultry bronze and gilded gold shades give a new twist to the traditional smoky black eye," explains Pat McGrath, Runway Makeup Artist and Global Creative Design Director for Procter & Gamble Cosmetics. "Subtle gold highlights create dimension and make skin appear even more radiant."
- Add light gold highlights to the inner corner the eyes with MAX Factor MAXeye Shadow in Connoisseur applied using a wet brush, or with MAXeye Liner in Gilt Complex for more precise application. (Available at MaxFactor.com)
- Complete the look with MAX Factor Lash Perfection Waterproof Mascara in Rich Black. (Available at MaxFactor.com)
- Lesley Scott
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