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your look ● makeup By Shantell Tavarez Toning it Down By using a wider range of colors, including orange and gold, this season’s makeup styles can make a fast and smooth transition from day to night T his season’s makeup looks are more wearable and less theatrical. Classic makeup techniques like a vintage red lip and cat eye have been employed, but a more unique range of eye shadow colors have been selected. Orange and gold were a hit on the runways, and that is the look that I chose for our model, Hannah. Gifted with some beautiful blue eyes, Hannah allowed me to choose that as my focal point in this makeup look. If a bold lip is desired instead, a matte red or wine-toned lip would make a great choice. This soft, smoky eye is an easy, quick way to transform any makeup look from day to night. Here are the steps to creating this breathtaking look: IN HER PRIME First, I applied a face moisturizer and foundation primer onto Hannah’s freshly-washed face. A primer is an extremely important step in a makeup routine if you want your makeup to last all night. Face primers smooth out the skin, hydrate and control oils on the skin. (A good choice is MAC Prep and Prime “Natural Radiance”.) After the skin is nice and prepped, I applied her founda- tion and a translucent setting powder. A peach toned blush was then applied to the apple of her cheeks. PHOTO BY TED WEST Hannah Keil is currently a model for Whilemina Models based in Los Angeles, California. She can be seen on the cover of the Spring 2013 cover of PromTime magazine. She is also a featured model in the Pageantry & PromTime 2013 Fashion Showcase. LASHING OUT I prepped Hannah’s eyes with MAC Paint Pot in Painterly before applying a matte off-white shadow to her brow bones as a highlight color. On her lid, using a matte gold eye shadow, we then shaded in her outer corners with a medium brown shadow. When using dark eye shadow 14 PAGEANTRY BEFORE