How To Create A Moon Kissed Glow From Clinique

Clinique Global Colour Artist, Jenna Menard created the
illusion of a moon-kissed glow for the
Karen Walker Spring/Summer 2013 Collection with the focus o the lip, created by layering textures, adding dimension and
a gentle iridescence.

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Jenna Menard explains how to get the look using Clinique:

FACE:

Even Better Makeup Broad Spectrum SPF 15

Stay Matte Sheer Pressed Powder

Superbalanced Powder Bronzer

 

The
skin should be flawless, matte and smooth. To achieve a porcelain
finish, use a foundation shade one shade lighter than the natural
skin tone. Dab and blend foundation with a brush and top with powder in
a slightly lighter shade for a matte finish. For subtle contour and
definition, apply a matte bronzer just below the cheekbone.

 

EYE:

NEW Quickliner for Eyes Intense in Intense Ebony

Color Surge Eye Shadow Stay Matte in Midnight

NEW High Impact Extreme Waterproof in Black

Bottom Lash Mascara in Black

 

Using
a black eye liner, apply a very fine line along the bottom lash line,
corner to corner. Smudge the outer corner only with a clean
shadow brush leaving the inner corner thin and more precise. Layered on
top of the liner, dust the eye shadow to help create an effortless but
polished smudged look.  Apply one coat of waterproof mascara on top
lashes and use the Bottom Lash Mascara micro
mini brush to define lower lashes.

 

LIP:

Long Last Lipstick in Watermelon

Colour Surge Eye Shadow Duo in

Seashell Pink/Fawn Satin and Pink Slate

 

This
intense pastel pink colour applied with precise edges adds a feminine
touch. To add dimension and create a matte finish, lightly
dust a mixture of light pink and lavender eye shadow on top of the
intense lip colour.