This cover and inside story is from the February issue of Vogue Ukraine featuring the stunning Isabeli Fontana, shot by Marcin Tyszka, styling by Ekaterina Mukhina and hair by Nicolas Jurnjack. For the shoot I saw the clothes which had a lot of white & silver in the palette not to mention the floral dress, which was used on the cover and I just felt that I really wanted to create a makeup for Isabeli that was fresh, cool and felt real, especially with the wet slightly sculpted hair by Nicolas. So I started by using one of those fabric face masks from SK-II. They really add a mega moisture boost to the skin and everyone loves them for their visually ridiculous appeal! I decided to do almost no base as Isabeli has amazing skin (she really is a supermodel!) so it was minimal, I just used a little Sunday Riley Effortless Breathable Tinted Primer to give a sheer even tone everywhere. I groomed the brows using a brow brush and a bit of Elnett hairspray. I used some illuminizer by RMS on her cheekbones and centre of eye lids, to create some shine. I then used a MAC Contour Cream in Coffee Walnut to contour under the cheekbones very very lightly using the palms of my hands to really push the product into the skin. I contoured through the crease of the eye with a pink & brown shadow from MAC called jest & taupe with an added hit of pink shimmer in the centre of the lid using MAC Pigment in Pink Opal. Then on mega curled lashes I used MAC Haute n Naughty my favourite black mascara of the moment. For the lips I used MAC Nightmoth lip pencil and MAC Dubonnet Lipstick with MAC Clear Lipglass for that 90’s influence of glossy dark lips! Think younger Drew Barrymore or the cast of the film The Craft. As Isabeli was on set I spritzed her with a water spray to have the skin look luscious and super refreshed with a slightly damp quality. I love sprays that contain vitamins so they add that little extra. Try water sprays by Jurlique, Balance Me or This Works for a super treat.