Category: Peau Vierge

FOTD: Orange Stuff

A little matte, a little shimmer… some sheer, some not. I mixed a lot of different textures for this FOTD, but kept the overall theme pretty ‘orange.’ FACE Le Metier de Beaute Peau Vierge (3) Amore Pacific Foundation (206) YSL Cream Blush in Audacious Orange EYES Bare Minerals Prime Time

FOTD: Glow

For the Fleurings shoot, I wanted to give Samantha an idea of what I meant by polished, glowing makeup. So I did a version on myself. I’m still working through the kinks on this… I used NO mattes, and since my skin is oily, keeping it from going greasy is

FOTD: Extreme Highlight

I think I’m wearing about 15 pounds of makeup in this FOTD… I was trying to make a point. You should know that I blended the HECK out of everything… and still in the pictures, you can see parts that look like they need a little more. This was a

Le Metier de Beaute (Peau Vierge)

It took me a long time to purchase it. For one thing, it’s pretty expensive ($125). For another, I wasn’t quite sure it did all the things that it claims (anti-aging/lumizing). But I have to say… after using it only a couple of times, I like it. I did try

FOTD: Blackened Bronze

I wanted to see what happened when I layered a matte black over a cool shimmer bronze. The result sort of reminds me of what would happen if I just used a single Armani Eyes To Kill Shadow (I think #15 would be the right choice)… FACE Le Metier de

Professional Grade: The Bride wore Peau Vierge

I spent the day floating around Newport Beach (harbor) on a yacht today. My client, the bride, wanted to be classically dramatic with polished skin and a strong red lip: For her look, I blended Le Metier de Beaute’s Peau Vierge with her foundation. The result was smooth, polished skin

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