get the look: hannah davis at miami swim week
Inspiration: “I wanted to give Hannah a sunkissed, bronzed look with glowing skin that looked like she just left the beach.” – tarte makeup artist Erin Griffin
Complexion: To get Hannah glowing, Erin mixed the maracuja creaseless concealer with the pure maracuja oil on the back of her hand and blended it over her skin for a sheer, but dewy finish. To keep shine at bay, she dusted Amazonian clay finishing powder just over her t-zone.
Eyes: To get a soft smoky eye, Erin primed her lids with smolderEYES™ Amazonian clay waterproof liner in bronze. Next, she layered “meow” from the call of the wild Amazonian clay 8-shadow collector’s palette over top and then defined the outercreases with “jungle.” After, she lined her inner rims with skinny smolderEYES™ Amazonian clay waterproof liner in moonstone brown. She finished by smudging smolderEYES™ Amazonian clay waterproof liner in bronze on her lower lashlines and then highlighted her inner corners with “instinct.” To lengthen and thicken her lashes, she applied multiplEYE™ lash enhancing primer first and then finished with two coats of lights, camera, flashes™ statement mascara.
Cheeks: First, she dusted Amazonian clay matte waterproof mineral powder bronzer in park ave princess all over to warm up her skin and contour her cheeks. Then, she buffed airblush maracuja blush in shimmering peach over the apples of her cheeks and dabbed Amazonian clay BB illuminating moisturizer over the tops of her cheekbones and above her eyebrows for extra radiance.