If scientists figure out some way for us to live beyond the year 3000, we want to look like the models at Ohne Titel's Spring 2014 show.
MAC Cosmetics lead makeup artist Lucia Pica gave the models "futuristic skin" by mixing Strobe Cream (a hydrating luminator) with creamy foundations to match their skin. Then Luna Cream Colour Base (a frosty white shimmer) was applied to light-reflecting spots on the face (i.e. down the bridge of the nose and cupid's bow). Pica intensified the effect by brushing on Dual Jewel Pressed Pigment (a brick red hue), starting from the crease of the eye and working down to the cheekbones. Brushed-up brows and clear mascara were the finishing makeup touches.
Playing off this iridescent glow, Priti NYC manicurists used three different metallic nail polishes on the fingers and toes: Pewter Veil (a grayish-blue), Chrysanthos (a shimmery gold) and Old Man Cactus (a silver with a chrome finish).
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