Earlier this year I had the pleasure of working with RSM Creative, Raul Gonzo, Dean Tokuno, and PVRIS for St. Patrick, which is the first of their videos for their new album White Noise on Rise Records.
For the look I created for Lynn Gunnulfsen, I collaborated with Raul and Lynn to pair her makeup well with the feel of the song, the location, the wardrobe, and Lynn's quiet but edgy demeanor.
The first look included a graphic silver eye outlined with black liner, a soft matte skin, barely flushed cheeks, and nude pink lip. To achieve this I used Make Up For Ever flash palette in silver, MAC eyeshadow in Electra, Inglot gel liner in black to outline the silver, and lots of black mascara. On her skin we used Graftobian HD Glamour Creme in the neutral palette, blush is MAC Peony Petal, with MAC Mineralize Skinfinish Natural in Medium Dark to add a soft glow to her skin. Lips are L'oreal Julianne's Nude with MAC Subculture pencil.
For the second look which we used for the indoor shoots, we changed the graphic eye to a white lid with the edges softened, and a dark winged liner. We kept her skin prepped in a similar manner, and instead of the pink lip we went with silver. This gave her an edgier feel that was less glam and more rocker chick.
The makeup used for the second look was Make Up For Ever flash palette in white, Inglot gel liner in black, MAC Soft Brown shadow in the crease, and black mascara. Her skin stayed the same as before but this time we went with a silver lip. The lip is Make Up For Ever flash palette in silver with MAC Technakohl liner in black to lightly outline the lips.
For the men, we kept it simple. I concealed where needed using RCMA and Graftobian creme foundations, and powdered with Make Up For Ever Super Matte Loose or used anti-shine gel on the high points of the face.
You can watch the whole video below.