Runway Flash – Seeing Red

Red eyeshadow has emerged as a key color for Fall 2013. Although red can be difficult to wear, makeup artists are showing that it …


Red eyeshadow has emerged as a key color for Fall 2013. Although red can be difficult to wear, makeup artists are showing that it can still look glamorous and wearable with a punky edge. “Start with a chestnut base and add a bit of red to find the right shade for you,” advised makeup artist Carole Colombani at Suno. – Sharon Graubard


Runway Flash – Seeing Red
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