Taste the Rainbow

Model: Jael with MODE Models Int.
Products:

  • Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Flawless Filter
  • MAC Cosmetics blush in Faux Sure, bronzer in Give Me Sun, 24H concealer, clear eyebrow gel, Prep+Prime lip, Fix Plus spray
  • SUVA Beauty UV Brights Hydra FX eyeliner palette.

Model: Jael with MODE Models Int.
Photographer: @patriciastablesphotog
Publication: @scorpiojinmagazine

(Disclaimer: I do have all parties’s consent to post the images on designated websites including Facebook, Instagram, WordPress, and use in my digital portfolio.)

Pink State of Mind

Model: Chanel Hartwig

Products:

  • Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Flawless Filter
  • Catrice Goodbye Pores primer
  • Make Up For Ever ULTRA HD foundation & concealer
  • Laura Mercier translucent loose setting powder
  • Anastasia Beverly Hills contour kit
  • MAC Cosmetics blush in Melba, highlight in Double Gleam, BlackTrack liquid eyeliner, lip pencil in Boldly Bare, lipstick in Sellout, & Give Me Sun bronzer
  • Benefit Precisely My Brow pencil and Gimme Brow setting gel
  • Natasha Deanna Lila eyeshadow palette & eyeshadow palette 28 Green-Brown
  • SIGMA Beauty brushes.

(Disclaimer: I do have Chanel’s consent to post her images on designated websites including Facebook, Instagram, WordPress, and use in my digital portfolio.)

Come Green

Model: Kaleigh

Products:

  • Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Flawless Filter
  • Catrice Goodbye Pores primer
  • Make Up For Ever ULTRA HD foundation & concealer
  • Laura Mercier translucent loose setting powder
  • Anastasia Beverly Hills contour kit
  • MAC Cosmetics blush in Coppertone, highlight in Double Gleam, BlackTrack liquid eyeliner, lip pencil in Brick, lipstick in Marrakesh, & Give Me Sun bronzer
  • ColourPop Uh-Huh Honey & Just My Luck eyeshadow palettes
  • Benefit Cosmetics Precisely My Brow pencil and Gimme Brow setting gel.

(Disclaimer: I do have Kaleigh’s consent to post her images on designated websites including Facebook, Instagram, WordPress, and use in my digital portfolio.)

Red Zone

Model: Shiann Collins
Products:

  • Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Flawless Filter
  • Catrice Goodbye Pores primer
  • Make Up For Ever ULTRA HD foundation & concealer
  • Laura Mercier translucent loose setting powder
  • Anastasia Beverly Hills contour kit
  • MAC Cosmetics blush in Coppertone, highlight in Double Gleam, BlackTrack liquid eyeliner, lip pencil in Brick, lipstick in Marrakesh, & Give Me Sun bronzer
  • Benefit Cosmetics Precisely My Brow pencil and Gimme Brow setting gel.

(Disclaimer: I do have Shiann’s consent to post her images on designated websites including Facebook, Instagram, WordPress, and use in my digital portfolio.)

Euphoric

Inspired by the creative mind of Donni Davy from Euphoria.
Model: Keanna
Products:

  • Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Flawless Filter
  • Catrice Goodbye Pores primer
  • Make Up For Ever ULTRA HD foundation & concealer
  • Laura Mercier translucent loose setting powder
  • Anastasia Beverly Hills contour kit
  • MAC Cosmetics blush in Melba, highlight in Double Gleam, BlackTrack liquid eyeliner, lip pencil in Subculture, lipstick in Teddy 2.0 & Lip Glass
  • Benefit Precisely My Brow pencil and Gimme Brow setting gel
  • NYX Cosmetics loose glitters
  • Colourpop face jewels.

(Disclaimer: I do have Keanna’s consent to post her images on designated websites including Facebook, Instagram, WordPress, and use in my digital portfolio.)

Model: Keanna
Photographer: Andrei Roman
Magazine Publication: MALVIE Magazine

Model: Keanna
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Behind the scenes of our Euphoria-themed project!
Model: Keanna
Photographer: Andrei Roman

Euphoria’s Makeup Artist Is Launching a Brand

Euphoria’s MUA, Doniella Davy, also known as Donni Davy, is launching her own brand inspired by the edgy makeup looks she created for the HBO series.

And it’s about time—it’s only season two, but beauty fans have been talking about the characters’ makeup since the show debuted nearly three years ago.

Davy’s new brand is Half Magic Beauty—and its Instagram is still a bit secretive. Davy posted on her personal IG:

“For the past two years and while filming Season 2, I’ve been secretly working on creating the makeup line of my literal DREAMS. I couldn’t be more completely over the moon thrilled out of my mind to introduce Half Magic.” 

Welcome to Artist Spotlight #76 series on my blog.

More About Half Magic Beauty

According to Half Magic’s Instagram bio, Davy is working on the line with A24, Euphoria’s production house. 

Half Magic’s website is black, like its IG, but gives us a few hints, stating:

Something weird and beautiful is brewing.

Space cowboy or glitter queen? Belle of the ball or neon boy next door? Bold or bolder? Follow your creativity down the rabbit hole and shape-shift into today’s version of you with HALF MAGIC. 

The Makeup On ‘Euphoria’ 

Rue (played by Zendaya) and Jules (Hunter Schafer) first made headlines during season one with their glittery eyes—and the looks even inspired at Ulla Johnson’s show during New York Fashion Week, back in 2019. 

Cassie (Sydney Sweeney) was once covered in sapphire and teal gemstones. Maddy (Alexa Demie) often rocks neon eyeliner, and Kat (Barbie Ferreira) once wore sheer red eyeshadow. Take a look at these looks at others at Byrdie.

How does Davy create these looks? She’s a fan of several brands, including Colourpop palettes for bold eyes, Make Up For Ever’s Star Lit Diamond Powder to highlight—and MAC’s 212 Flat Definer Brush is essential, Allure reports.   

The makeup look in the photo above, right, is Kat. Davy posted the photo on IG, stating:

Along with Barbie Ferreira’s input and insight into Kat, Alexandra French & I used the super inspiring color palette of Heidi Bivens’ costumes to base Kat’s looks on. Brown liner and gloss felt like the necessary counterpart to Kat’s 1990s hair moment by Kimble Haircare.” 

@DONNI.DAVY ON INSTAGRAM

BEAUTY PACKAGING

Baby, You’re a Firework

Model: Patricia Stables
Products:

  • Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Flawless Filter
  • Catrice Goodbye Pores primer
  • Make Up For Ever ULTRA HD foundation & concealer
  • Laura Mercier translucent loose setting powder
  • Anastasia Beverly Hills contour kit
  • MAC Cosmetics blush in Fleur Power, highlight in Beaming Blush, BlackTrack liquid eyeliner, lip pencil in Soar & lipstick in Please Me
  • Morphe x Jaclyn Hill Vol. II Eyeshadow Palette
  • Benefit Precisely My Brow pencil and Gimme Brow setting gel.

TikTok at patriciastablesphotog

(Disclaimer: I do have Patricia’s consent to post her images on designated websites including Facebook, Instagram, WordPress, and use in my digital portfolio.)

Blushbaby

Model: Ashley Wagner (@Ashley_andrianna)

Products:

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Foxy Roxy

Model: Kaleigh Elizabeth Park

Products:

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5 Tips On How To Wear Neon Eye Make-Up Now

Neon beauty is having a moment. Recently, singer Selena Gomez took to Instagram to show off her neon coral make-up, which faded out from the inner corners of her eyes and was masterfully executed by Los Angeles-based make-up artist Jenna Nicole. To complete the look, the pop star wore a set of lime-green nails and a bronze tan.

Cut to Off-White’s AW21 show, and, once again, neon took centre stage. Using specially crafted crayons in neoprene orange and Yves Klein blue, which picked out the main colours of creative director Virgil Abloh’s latest collection, make-up artist Morgane Martini offered a masterclass in how to work a graphic-neon eye in an off-beat, modern way.

“The name of the show was Laboratory of Fun, which instantly led me to colourful make-up ideas, and Virgil wanted a strong eye,” Martini tells Vogue. “Neon is like bringing a flashlight to your face and, in this case, to your eyes. It was important that these looks reflected a kind of self-expression that could suit anyone, no matter the gender or age.”

Here, Martini shares her top tips for creating the perfect neon eye with a cool, modern twist.

1. Less is more

“My number one tip would be to use neon sparingly. There’s no need to go crazy here. I didn’t want anything that would take over from the actual looks. I just wanted it to be a little detail, a little splash of colour — a bit on the inner corner of the eye or a small eyeliner will give a strong impact and I love that.”

2. Go graphic

“The idea for those graphic elements came from the collection. They brought a touch of modern and cool. lt didn’t feel like make-up, it was more an accessory for the eye.

“To create the look, I used tape and went over it with a pencil. It’s not that difficult at all — you just have to place the tape correctly. It has an instant modern and creative feel, and the ability to be both bold and subtle. It’s nice to change things up and explore other ways to enhance features.”

3. Avoid the lash line

“Make sure it doesn’t get into the lash line and lashes. You can use a thin cotton swab dipped in micellar water to clean any mistakes after application.”

4. Keep colours to a minimum

“Neon is such a bold statement in itself that you have to be shy about applying it. You don’t want to look like you’re going to [California festival] Coachella. I used colours that I saw in the collection that felt complementary, without taking over everything.

“For the graphic line, we kept it monochromatic. Other looks have a mix of blue and orange, but, for example, the look I did on Joan Smalls had the blue, but with a warmer orange, not as bright. I kept it minimal — sometimes, things are more powerful when they’re simple. Whereas the more you use, it can become gimmicky and you lose impact.”

5. Leave everything else natural

“We wanted the make-up to be genderless, so that’s why I wanted to keep it clean, simple and paired with fresh skin. I didn’t even put blush, contour or any mascara on the models — it was really as pared back as we could get it.”

VOGUE