Style Bloggers Re-Create The Runway’s Coolest Trends With Make Up For Ever

To create some of this season’s most eye-catching runway looks, we've tasked up-and-coming bloggers to imitate gorgeous beauty from Dior, Miu Miu, Chanel, DVF and Nina Ricci. Each gal went high def with Make Up For Ever, using the HD Invisible Cover Foundation and Concealer to create a perfect palette for fashion’s most beautiful eyes, lips and cheeks. Not only are these emerging trendspotters runway-worthy, but they’ve let us share their secrets too, with a step-by-step guide to imitating the freshest faces from Fall.
About Me/My Look: I'm Lindsey Calla, the style blogger behind When the weather heats up I like to stick to a no-fuss makeup look that is fresh-faced and colorful. This DVF spring makeup strikes the perfect balance between bold and beautiful. On trend, the best part is that it is easy to achieve in only a few steps. It's also a great look to wear from day to night and that versatility is important in summer when there are tons of festivities to attend.
About Me/My Look: I'm Vanessa from The Haute Pursuit, a personal fashion diary based out of beautiful Vancouver, Canada. I re-created this particular Miu Miu runway look because it is simple, glamorous and easily integrated into the day-to-day
About Me/My Look: Though my blog and my career focus is on fashion, makeup is my first love--the ultimate accessory! Applying makeup isn't just about concealing flaws; it's a means of self-expression. This exceedingly dramatic nighttime look is not for the faint of heart, but that's what makes it fun.
About Me/My Look: As a model and blogger from Los Angeles, I use Natalie Off Duty to showcase my personal style on and off duty, as well as highlighting my current inspirations. I chose to apply the gorgeous Nina Ricci Fall ’11 runway look on myself because there is nothing better than a beautiful, bright lip against flawless, fresh skin!
About Me/My Look: I'm Arielle Nachmani from SomethingNavy. I fell in love with this look because when it comes to fashion, the dramatic, costume-like and eccentric really stand out. The look Lindsay Wixson rocked for Chanel really caught my eye. Instead of one part of the face upping the drama ante, it was each aspect stood out; a move not many would dare to do.

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