I've got the chance to do the makeup and photography for Slimmetry's Ad Campaign. Slimmetry is a clothing brand specializing in Body Forming Corsets and Swimwear. And the makeup for the campaign is inspired by pin-up girls of 1950's. This decade celebrates the voluptuous curves of women and that's what Slimmetry is trying to offer women now - achieving the curves you deserve.
Our model for the campaign is Tanja Winheim - a Spanish/Filipina beauty. The make-up is so sexy and yet so easy to achieve. And it fits for all women. To get the look, just follow the simple steps below:
You may use Dollface 88 Earth Color Palette to create this look.
Tanja's 1950's Eye Make-up:
Note: Placed the product/s on the space enclosed in white line.
Step 01: Prime and put eye makeup base on the entire eye area starting from upper lash line up to the brow bone. I use NYX Eyeshadow base in skin tone.
Step 02: Then using medium shading brown eyeshadow with red undertone, swipe in a windshield wiper motion starting from the outer corner to the inner corner of the eye area to define the crease using a blending brush. I use a Artnet #154 brush to deposit and blend the eyeshadow.
Step 03: Then place a matte skin tone eye shadow on the entire lid and blend it well on the edge of the crease using a dome eye shadow brush. I use Artnet #112 brush to pick-up and deposit color.
Step 04: Then place a matte black eyeshadow on the outer V and outer crease of the eye using a pencil/pointed brush. Make sure to blend the eyeshadow well with the crease color. I use Marionnaud #8 brush to pick-up and define the color.
Step 05: Then place a shimmer vanilla eyeshadow on the inner corner of the eye, center of the lid and the brow bone area to create highlight using a small dome eyeshadow brush. I use the brush that comes with the 10-piece brush set from Suesh.
Step 06: Then place the same eyeshadow color that define the crease on the lower lash line using the a pencil/pointed brush. I use Marionnaud #8 brush to deposit and blend color on the lower lash line.
Step 07: Then I place a matte black eyeshadow on the other part of the lower lash line to mimic a shadow that coming from the lashes when hit a light source from above. I use the same from from previous step.
Step 08: Place an eyeliner gel on the upper lash line and wing it out on the outer corner eye to create a sexy kitten wing that is famous during the 1950's. I use E.L.F. cream eyeliner in black to create this look. I use Fanny Serrano #14 slant eyebrow/eyeliner brush to get the wing and the line.
That finishes the eye makeup. Easy right? Now you can recreate this eye makeu-up on yourself.
Here's the eye makeup when looking down.
And here's the eye makeup when eyes are open.
For the lips:
I use Etude lip liner to define the shape of the lips then I use Top Tomato by Revlon to get that luscious red color using Artnet lip brush.
For the Face:
I use 2 color of True Match foundation to achieve her skin color. Then I mix nyx, kryolan and covergirl concealer on under eye area, sides of the nose/mount and on spots that need concealing. Then I use kryolan transparent loose powder to set the makeup using E.L.F. powder brush.
I use Maybelline blush in peach and cinnamon using Nars Yachiyo brush.
I use wet n' wild eyebrow kit to define her brows using Marionnaud #9 brush.
I hope you like her look and like the tutorial. Let me know if you are able to recreate the look.
See photos below for the ad campaign. Enjoy!