Lisa Butler, key makeup artist for TEMPTU, created the consummate Herve Leger woman for the Fall 2o12 Collection, minimalist, gorgeous and strong. This season, she played up features such as eyes, lips and cheeks with neutral tones to boost models’ assets.
There is nothing like being backstage at fashion show. Models are running around from makeup to hair to nails getting glammed for the show. Bloggers, magazine editors, photographers, and videographers are all trying to capture the key makeup artist creating and explaining the look. All during all of this the clothes are being styled, photographed, and finally thrown on a model and sent down the runway.
The TEMPTU Team was backstage at the Hervé Léger by Max Azria Spring 2012 show adding key makeup artist Lisa Butler in transforming the models into glowing, golden goddesses. The look, which was inspired by strong women, was achieved by first perfecting the skin then using highlighters to sculpt the face and add a golden shimmer to the eyes.
We saved the best for last! Getting to create the look for Max Azria’s Hervé Léger Fall 2011 show was the highlight of our New York Fashion Week. Coincidentally it’s our highlighters are the the star of this subtle, dewy look.
For our final show at New York Fashion Week, TEMPTU PRO had the honor of doing the makeup for Mercedes-Benz Presents Designer Max Azria’s Hervé Léger FW 2011 collection. A compliment to the sexy and iconic Hervé Léger designs, key makeup artist Lisa Butler used liberal applications of TEMPTU PRO’s multi-hued highlighters to sculpt and build the face and body.
“For Spring 2011, Hervé Léger defines a modern-day Marie Antoinette”, as Max Azria explains. The pieces are intricate and sculpted. Lisa Butler, key makeup artist for TEMPTU, asserted that the strength and structure of the collection needed to be paired with a natural, ethereal look. By delicately blending highlighters and blushes they achieved a clean, sweetness to enhance the models natural beauty. Lisa Butler used washes of translucent pink pearl highlight to sculpt and modulate the face, and continuing onto the body.