A few weeks before Moscow Fashion Week has started, Oriflame Global Creative Director Jonas Wramel met local designers to help them create the makeup for their hits collections.
See our video report from the studios of two Russian designers - Alina Assi and Sergey Sysoev - and read step by step instructions on how to create a makeup sketch Jonas Wramel created for spring-summer 2015.
Makeup for Alina Assi:
Apply tonal base with shiny particles on the face. With highlighter underline cheekbones protruding parts and areas above the eyebrows. Fix the tone using the powder.
With brown eyeliner draw upper and lower lashes and blend with a small brush. Apply a creamy coffee-brown shadow in the outer corner of the eyes and blend gently towards the eyebrows, the inner corner of the eyes and temples, creating a smoky effect. Apply shadow on the lower lid and blend. Put on two coats of volumizing mascara.
As a finish, put on lips gloss of beige tone.
Jonas Vramel: "The inspiration for Alina’s new collection were the images of the elves, forest gnomes and other magical creatures. Style of the collection is reflected in the make-up. Warm brown haze around the eyes, thickening in the outer corner, emphasizes the depth gaze and radiant highlighter on cheekbones repeated in the cold splendor of lip gloss. "
Makeup for models Sergey Sysoev:
Apply tonal base with shiny particles on the face. With highlighter underline cheekbones protruding parts and areas above the eyebrows. Secure the tone using the powder.
With black kayal or pencil draw lower lashes and blend with a brush. Apply two coats of mascara.
Put on neutral lipstick.
Jonas Vramel: "The new collection of Sergey Sysoev struck me with lots of bright colors and rich decor. Laconic makeup is the best way to accentuate expressive image. Shining highlighter on the cheeks and above the eyebrows allocate sculpted facial features, smoky accent on the lower eyelid will make the look impressive, and nude lipstick will complete the look."