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Morphe Inc Makeup Sponsors Feng Chen Wang During NYFW Men's

Anne Moratto | July 18, 2016 | 10:54 AM
Hands were 'dippped' in greasepaint from the 6C Corrector Wheel. Arcidy applied down to the second knuckle and then powdered to prevent transfer.

Morphe Inc was the makeup sponsor for the Feng Chen Wang show on July 13 at V Files. Showcasing her designs for SS17 during New York Fashion Week Men’s, key makeup artist Dana Arcidy explains the inspiration.

"The concept for Feng Chen Wang's collection was connection. So we explored it in a few different ways--makeup on the ears represented connection through listening, makeup on the hands represented connection through touch and makeup on the lips represented connection through speaking, tasting or kissing." 

The Morphe Foundation Palette in 9FC Cool and 9FW Warm in addition to concealer from the 10CON Palette were applied and left unpowdered to create dewy skin. Morphe Concealer in Fudge (for dark skin) and Beige (for light skin) were applied under the eyes to conceal dark circles. 

The brows were lightly filled in using the BROW8 Brow Palette. Models whose face color was lighter than their body color (due to using SPF on face only) were given bronzer from the 9BZ That Glow Palette. Models were also lightly contoured with the Cool Pro Definition Palette. Some models had this simple, natural look. Of the ones who didn't, the following looks were chosen:



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