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Andie Sleeman spring fashion week inspired look

In response to our quest for fashionable and creative makeup artists in Orlando, we bring to you an exciting, fun 2011 spring fashion week inspired makeup look by Andie Sleeman. Andie adapted the runway looks of Chanel, Galliano, Marc Jacobs, Dior, and a few more for everyday Orlando wear. This new look is elegant, classy, and stylish and should not be confined to fashion shows or runways. Stay tuned for Andie's partial interview in another article, and set your inner bold free!
How did she do it?
moisturizer: Cetaphil, Moisturizing Cream primer: Make-Up For Ever, HD Microperfecting Primer concealer: Estee Lauder, Ideal Light Brush-On Illuminator foundation: Becca Cosmetics, Luminous Skin Colour powder: Make Up For Ever, HD MicroFinish Powder lip conditioner: Kinerase, Ultimate Volume Lip Conditioner
Eyes Shadows: Make Up For Ever, Aqua Creams Turquoise; Make Up For Ever, Aqua Cream Emerald Green Eyeliner: Sephora Collection, Long Lasting Eyeliner Black Mascara: Cover Girl, Lash Blast Mascara Black
I mixed both Make Up For Ever Aqua Creams on the back of my hand and then applied to the entire lid. I set this with a blue green loose powder I had in my kit (no idea who makes it). I then used 3 coats of mascara and applied two coats of eyeliner.
Cheeks Blush: La Femme, Blush Golden Ruby Bronzer: Cargo Cosmetics, Bronzer Medium Highlighter: Becca Cosmetics, Shimmer Skin Perfector Opal
I applied the highlighter to the highest point of my cheek bone up into the hair line. I then contoured my cheeks with bronzer. The final step for blush is to apply the blush and blend, blend, blend.
Lips Liner: none Lipstick: none Gloss: Sephora Collection, Ultra Shine Lip Gloss Frosty White
I mixed La Femme blush (see above) with lip gloss then applied to lips with a lip brush.
The above new look for spring fashion week was created and written by Orlando Makeup Artist, Andie Sleeman. I love the smokey green, and in contrast to Catherine Frontin's look, it is a little more bold, whereas Catherine's look was more subdued, crisp, and tame for everyday wear. Both ladies submitted fabulous and trendy styles for the Orlando culture. Great job!

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