Mod, matt and minx it up: how to do the Miss Vogue 60s make-up in five steps.
The winged 60s eye that was all over the runways at Louis Vuitton and Marc by Marc Jacobs provided the perfect inspiration for our Miss Vogue shoot with model Rosie Tupper. We grilled editorial make-up artist and Vogue favourite Linda Jefferyes on how to create the look at home.
1. Stick to a sheer, dewy finish foundation. “You want the skin to radiate through and balance the heaviness of the eyes,” says Jefferyes. Use fingers to apply M.A.C Studio Sculpt SPF 15 Foundation, and blend well around the hairline and down the neck.
2. Amp up the mod edge with a thick liquid liner. Jefferyes used M.A.C’s Fluidline Gel Eyeliner in Blacktrack. “It glides on beautifully and dries with a matt rather than a wet finish.”
3. Beef up the lashes with M.A.C’s Haute & Naughty Lash Mascara and a strip of false eyelashes; try M.A.C’s no 4 lashes; the finer the better, to add a fluttery yet subtle edge.
4. Curl the lashes with a pair of eyelash curlers to seal the look and ensure a sturdy hold on the lash line.
5. Finish with a matte mouth and you’ll come out swinging.