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TALIA SHOBROOK / Makeup Artist  
New York-based makeup artist Talia Shobrook was born and raised in England. She graduated from Glasgow’s School of Art with a degree in Fine Art, and pursued her love of makeup and beauty products. Before assisting Lisa Butler Talia educated and trained staff at Aveda as well as students at the London College of Fashion. After honing her skills and developing a signature inventive, fresh aesthetic, Talia relocated to New York in 2006, where her talent was quickly recognized by the industry. 
Inspired by art, urban culture, and film, Talia has collaborated with publications such as American and British Vogue, Dazed & Confused, and i-D, and photographers Alexi Lubomirski, Karen Collins, and Ellen von Unwerth. Designers like Marchesa’s Georgina Chapman recognize Talia’s skills and professionalism and have continued to work with her regularly for their fashion week presentations. A-list celebrities as well as ingénue starlets like Emmy Rossum and Jessica Szohr equally appreciate her fashion-forward, classic execution for red carpet and press events. 
EDITORIAL Another Magazine, Another Man, BlackBook, Dazed and Confused, Dossier, ELLE (US, UK, France), French, Glamour (US, Italy), Harper’s Bazaar, i-D, InStyle (US, UK), L’Officiel, Lula, Marie Claire (US, Italy), RUSSH, S Magazine, Tatler (UK, Russia), V Magazine, VMan, Vogue (US, UK, Italy, Nippon), Wonderland
PHOTOGRAPHERS Adam Whitehead, Alexi Lubomirski, Andreas Larsson, Angelo Pennetta, Arthur Elgort, Bell Soto, Benjamin Horne, Brigitte Lacombe, David Armstrong, David LaChapelle, Daymion Mardel, Dusan Reljin, Ellen von Unwerth, Emma Summerton, Fabio Chizzola, Guy Aroch, Hilary Walsh, Inez and Vinoodh, Jason Bell, Karen Collins, Marc Todd, Max Farago, Michael Williams, Ondrea Barbe, Pamela Hanson, Patric Shaw, Philippe Salomon, Raymond Meier, Richard Kern, Sean Thomas, Sebastian Faena, Simon Emmett, Terry Richardson, Tesh, Theo Wenner, Tiziano Magni, Warwick Saint, William Waldron
CELEBRITIES Alexander Skarsgård, Ali Larter, Amanda Bynes, Amber Heard, Amy Winehouse, Anna Faris, Anna Friel, Anna Ortiz, Anne Hathaway, Billy Piper, Chloë Sevingy, Gwen Stefani, Heather Graham, Jenna Elfman, Jennifer Tilly, Jessica Szohr, Joy Bryant, Kate Bosworth, Leighton Meester, Lucy Lui, Mischa Barton, Nicole Richie, Olivia Wilde, Sarah Jessica Parker, Sheryl Crow, Tamara Mellon, Taylor Momsen, Winona Ryder
ADVERTISING Bal Harbor, Bloomingdale’s, Boot’s, Botox, Clairol, Design by Enzo Fusco, Dove, Ferre Milano, Free People, I ♥ Ronson, JCPenney, Lumieres, Neiman Marcus, OP, Pantene, Theory, Tory Burch, Uniqlo, White + Warren
SHOWS Alex Casertano, Boudicca, Caroline Seikaly, Jenny Packham, Marchesa, PPQ, Raphael Lopez, Reem Acra, Sue Stemp

TALIA SHOBROOK / Makeup Artist  

New York-based makeup artist Talia Shobrook was born and raised in England. She graduated from Glasgow’s School of Art with a degree in Fine Art, and pursued her love of makeup and beauty products. Before assisting Lisa Butler Talia educated and trained staff at Aveda as well as students at the London College of Fashion. After honing her skills and developing a signature inventive, fresh aesthetic, Talia relocated to New York in 2006, where her talent was quickly recognized by the industry.

Inspired by art, urban culture, and film, Talia has collaborated with publications such as American and British Vogue, Dazed & Confused, and i-D, and photographers Alexi Lubomirski, Karen Collins, and Ellen von Unwerth. Designers like Marchesa’s Georgina Chapman recognize Talia’s skills and professionalism and have continued to work with her regularly for their fashion week presentations. A-list celebrities as well as ingénue starlets like Emmy Rossum and Jessica Szohr equally appreciate her fashion-forward, classic execution for red carpet and press events.

EDITORIAL Another Magazine, Another Man, BlackBook, Dazed and Confused, Dossier, ELLE (US, UK, France), French, Glamour (US, Italy), Harper’s Bazaar, i-D, InStyle (US, UK), L’Officiel, Lula, Marie Claire (US, Italy), RUSSH, S Magazine, Tatler (UK, Russia), V Magazine, VMan, Vogue (US, UK, Italy, Nippon), Wonderland


PHOTOGRAPHERS Adam Whitehead, Alexi Lubomirski, Andreas Larsson, Angelo Pennetta, Arthur Elgort, Bell Soto, Benjamin Horne, Brigitte Lacombe, David Armstrong, David LaChapelle, Daymion Mardel, Dusan Reljin, Ellen von Unwerth, Emma Summerton, Fabio Chizzola, Guy Aroch, Hilary Walsh, Inez and Vinoodh, Jason Bell, Karen Collins, Marc Todd, Max Farago, Michael Williams, Ondrea Barbe, Pamela Hanson, Patric Shaw, Philippe Salomon, Raymond Meier, Richard Kern, Sean Thomas, Sebastian Faena, Simon Emmett, Terry Richardson, Tesh, Theo Wenner, Tiziano Magni, Warwick Saint, William Waldron


CELEBRITIES Alexander Skarsgård, Ali Larter, Amanda Bynes, Amber Heard, Amy Winehouse, Anna Faris, Anna Friel, Anna Ortiz, Anne Hathaway, Billy Piper, Chloë Sevingy, Gwen Stefani, Heather Graham, Jenna Elfman, Jennifer Tilly, Jessica Szohr, Joy Bryant, Kate Bosworth, Leighton Meester, Lucy Lui, Mischa Barton, Nicole Richie, Olivia Wilde, Sarah Jessica Parker, Sheryl Crow, Tamara Mellon, Taylor Momsen, Winona Ryder

ADVERTISING Bal Harbor, Bloomingdale’s, Boot’s, Botox, Clairol, Design by Enzo Fusco, Dove, Ferre Milano, Free People, I ♥ Ronson, JCPenney, Lumieres, Neiman Marcus, OP, Pantene, Theory, Tory Burch, Uniqlo, White + Warren


SHOWS Alex Casertano, Boudicca, Caroline Seikaly, Jenny Packham, Marchesa, PPQ, Raphael Lopez, Reem Acra, Sue Stemp

Style.com Presents: Golden Globes Beauty, A Panel Discussion
Johansson,  Portman, Jolie, Bieber! Everyone who’s anyone turned out for the 68th  annual Golden Globe Awards last night and while the fashion was fierce,  the beauty offered up even more points for discussion. HERE we asked  celebrity makeup artist (and Marchesa designers Georgina Chapman and  Keren Craig favorite) Talia Shobrook and Frédéric Fekkai’s national creative director Fabrice Gili to break down the ten most notable  hair and makeup looks from the show. On the list: Sandra’s bangs  (clip-ons, or no?), Justin’s bronzer abuse, and all things January  Jones—the lipstick and that blond wave, specifically. As for how she  pulled off the gravity-defying feat of keeping herself bound inside the  bodice of that Versace gown, your guess is as good as ours.
Photo: Getty Image

Style.com Presents: Golden Globes Beauty, A Panel Discussion

Johansson, Portman, Jolie, Bieber! Everyone who’s anyone turned out for the 68th annual Golden Globe Awards last night and while the fashion was fierce, the beauty offered up even more points for discussion. HERE we asked celebrity makeup artist (and Marchesa designers Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig favorite) Talia Shobrook and Frédéric Fekkai’s national creative director Fabrice Gili to break down the ten most notable hair and makeup looks from the show. On the list: Sandra’s bangs (clip-ons, or no?), Justin’s bronzer abuse, and all things January Jones—the lipstick and that blond wave, specifically. As for how she pulled off the gravity-defying feat of keeping herself bound inside the bodice of that Versace gown, your guess is as good as ours.

Photo: Getty Image

Marchesa Spring/Summer 2010

Makeup by Talia Shobrook for NARS Cosmetics

"The inspiration behind the collection came from Madame Butterfly. I wanted to capture the real look of Japan, create layers and bits of origami, said designer Georgina Chapman. The whimsical creations based in sculpted layers balanced the soft, bare faces that were accentuated with long lashes."

"We contoured the skin with matte and shimmery textures and added feathers to the eyes to provide dimension to the face," explained lead artist Talia Shobrook. A matte face was illuminated with a bit of shimmer. Feather lashes, custom created by NARS from the feathers on the Marchesa dresses, gave excitement to an otherwise simple look.

Talia Shobrook with TEMPTU Pro for Jenny Packham Fall/Winter 2011 

Inspiration can have the tendency of being born from unlikely sources. 
Jenny Packham’s Fall/Winter 2011 Collection was certainly not an exception to this rule.  Her heavenly collection   of shimmery gowns were actually inspired by the iridescence of a moth’s   wings.  Key makeup artist Talia Shobrook continued using Packham’s mothy muse in her makeup look for the show.
 “My   inspiration for the makeup was the ethereal creature, the moth.  As a   moth’s wings are different colors in different lights, I achieved this   by using a combination of highlighters and brighteners in addition to   using the airbrush, a perfect way to compliment the flawless skin needed   to achieve the look.”

Though TEMPTU PRO’s S/B Concealer Wheel helped create a flawless canvas, it was our S/B Highlighters that were the shining stars of this look.  Talia and the TEMPTU PRO  team  layered no less then three different Highlighter shades around the  eyes,  temples, and cheekbones to create a luminous opalescent effect  on the face.
“I  love  the radiance and luminosity of TEMPTU PRO S/B Highlighters, the glow  that  radiates off of the airbrushed highlighters has a shimmering  ethereal  effect, and allows you to invisibly sculpt the face with  light.”

Talia Shobrook with TEMPTU Pro for Jenny Packham Fall/Winter 2011 

Inspiration can have the tendency of being born from unlikely sources. 

Jenny Packham’s Fall/Winter 2011 Collection was certainly not an exception to this rule.  Her heavenly collection of shimmery gowns were actually inspired by the iridescence of a moth’s wings.  Key makeup artist Talia Shobrook continued using Packham’s mothy muse in her makeup look for the show.

 “My inspiration for the makeup was the ethereal creature, the moth.  As a moth’s wings are different colors in different lights, I achieved this by using a combination of highlighters and brighteners in addition to using the airbrush, a perfect way to compliment the flawless skin needed to achieve the look.”

Though TEMPTU PRO’s S/B Concealer Wheel helped create a flawless canvas, it was our S/B Highlighters that were the shining stars of this look.  Talia and the TEMPTU PRO team layered no less then three different Highlighter shades around the eyes, temples, and cheekbones to create a luminous opalescent effect on the face.

“I love the radiance and luminosity of TEMPTU PRO S/B Highlighters, the glow that radiates off of the airbrushed highlighters has a shimmering ethereal effect, and allows you to invisibly sculpt the face with light.”


Style.com Presents: “Seventies Glam Meets City Chic: Beauty Bytes From Rachel Zoe’s Debut Collection”

“Everybody is expecting something from me that’s kind of a seventies, über-boho-glam kind of thing, and it’s not,” Rachel Zoe said back in January, when she showed her debut collection to a group    of editors and buyers in the West Village. The jumpsuits, wide-leg    trousers, and leather-trimmed capes on view for the first time here suggest otherwise, though—as did the last-days-of-disco beauty look    that accompanied it. “It’s a seventies, Guy Bourdin flawless look,”  Talia Shobrook said of the deep berry lip, gilded eye, and contoured   cheeks that Zoe requested.
The celebrity makeup artist and celebrity stylist are frequent    collaborators, both on the red carpet and the catwalk. “[Rachel] styled    the first Marchesa show,” pointed out Shobrook, who happens to be    Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig’s go-to face painter. Now, however,    it’s Zoe at the design helm. “She was very particular about what the    woman should be; it was my job to translate that into makeup,” Shobrook    explained. That meant chiseled cheekbones sculpted using a darker    foundation applied on top of a perfect canvas, courtesy of Temptu’s    airbrush system. “It’s really the most hygienic way to do makeup,”    Shobrook said of the professional line, which launched an at-home system two years ago. “People get scared when they see it—ooh, it’s a    machine,” she joked. “But beauty is progressing. You can buy laser hair    removal kits at Sephora!” Layered highlights in Temptu Bronzer Warm   Glow  and its highlighters in Pink Pearl and Champagne finished the   face,  which was accented with gold eye shadow and a glossy, saturated   burgundy  pout meant to mimic the vampy nails coated with Essie’s Berry Hard.

Style.com Presents: “Seventies Glam Meets City Chic: Beauty Bytes From Rachel Zoe’s Debut Collection”

“Everybody is expecting something from me that’s kind of a seventies, über-boho-glam kind of thing, and it’s not,” Rachel Zoe said back in January, when she showed her debut collection to a group of editors and buyers in the West Village. The jumpsuits, wide-leg trousers, and leather-trimmed capes on view for the first time here suggest otherwise, though—as did the last-days-of-disco beauty look that accompanied it. “It’s a seventies, Guy Bourdin flawless look,” Talia Shobrook said of the deep berry lip, gilded eye, and contoured cheeks that Zoe requested.

The celebrity makeup artist and celebrity stylist are frequent collaborators, both on the red carpet and the catwalk. “[Rachel] styled the first Marchesa show,” pointed out Shobrook, who happens to be Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig’s go-to face painter. Now, however, it’s Zoe at the design helm. “She was very particular about what the woman should be; it was my job to translate that into makeup,” Shobrook explained. That meant chiseled cheekbones sculpted using a darker foundation applied on top of a perfect canvas, courtesy of Temptu’s airbrush system. “It’s really the most hygienic way to do makeup,” Shobrook said of the professional line, which launched an at-home system two years ago. “People get scared when they see it—ooh, it’s a machine,” she joked. “But beauty is progressing. You can buy laser hair removal kits at Sephora!” Layered highlights in Temptu Bronzer Warm Glow and its highlighters in Pink Pearl and Champagne finished the face, which was accented with gold eye shadow and a glossy, saturated burgundy pout meant to mimic the vampy nails coated with Essie’s Berry Hard.

Le Métier de Beauté Trend Report: Marchesa Fall 2011 Fashion Show
The inspiration at the Marchesa F/W  ’11  runway show reminds us of a  damsel caught in a nightmare. A  “deconstructed heiress” was the  overall look created by key makeup  artist, Talia Shobrook for Le Métier de Beauté. Keep reading to see which products were used to create the beauty look at the Marchesa Fall/Winer 2011 show. 
Le Métier de Beauté products used: 
Face
Talia wanted the skin to radiate from within, so she created a very sheer, natural luminosity with Le Métier de Beauté’s Soft Touch Tinted Moisturizer with SPF 15.
Flawless Finish Concealer was added whereneeded to blend away redness and irregularities,focusing   on the corners of the inner eye corners, undereye, around the  nostrils.
Le Métier de Beauté’s Radiance Powder Rouge in Fresh was applied gently to the cheeks using a fan brush.
To keep the face matte and eliminate any shine, Classic Flawless Finish Translucent Loose Powder in was applied lightly to finish.
Eyes
To create a dewy, three-dimensional effect, Magic Lustre Crème, which turns any powder into a cream,was applied on the eye lid.
True Colour Eye Shadow in Peachy Keen, Innocence and Fire Lilywere   combined tocreate an antique, tea stained effect around the eyes. This   eye shadow color combination was finger blended over the center of the   lid near the lash line,above the crease towards the brows and to the   bottom outer corner of the eye.
The bottom water linewas lined with Dualistic Eye Pencil in Blizzard.
True Colour Eye Shadow in Mulberry and Canvas wereblended and applied under the bottom lash line.
Anamorphic Lash Mascara in Brownish Black was applied to both the top and bottom lashes.
To create a soft finish, Eye Brightening and Setting Powder in Refresh was applied below the eye orbital and used to soften any harsh lines.
Eyebrows were groomed and filled in to the arch using Brow Bound Eyebrow Pencil.
Lips
Lips were also finger coated with Magic Lustre Crème and the combination of  True Colour Eye Shadow in Peachy Keen, Innocence and Fire Lily to create a natural lip stain.
Images courtesy from Le Métier de Beauté & Style.com

Le Métier de Beauté Trend Report: Marchesa Fall 2011 Fashion Show

The inspiration at the Marchesa F/W  ’11 runway show reminds us of a damsel caught in a nightmare. A “deconstructed heiress” was the overall look created by key makeup artist, Talia Shobrook for Le Métier de Beauté. Keep reading to see which products were used to create the beauty look at the Marchesa Fall/Winer 2011 show. 

Le Métier de Beauté products used:

Face

Eyes

Lips

Images courtesy from Le Métier de Beauté & Style.com

INSIDE SCOOP: Talia Shobrook and the Le Métier de Beauté teamup at Marchesa SS’11

It only gets better…

The Marchesa SS’11 presentation at the  Chelsea Art Gallery was one for the books. With only a few collections  left to show for the Spring season Georgina Chapman left things on a  very sweet note. Cascading gowns and strategically placed ruffles – a  Marchesa signature were present. But a more prominent theme was  acknowledged – Oriental Princess’.

Talia rolled with the look of the  collection nodding to the “ancient orientalism” of the clothes by doing a  “fresh take” on the traditional women from the era.

Backstage can be a little nuts, But Talia and the Le Métier team worked seamlessly getting model after model camera ready.

INSIDE SCOOP: Talia Shobrook and the Le Métier de Beauté teamup at Marchesa SS’11

It only gets better…

The Marchesa SS’11 presentation at the Chelsea Art Gallery was one for the books. With only a few collections left to show for the Spring season Georgina Chapman left things on a very sweet note. Cascading gowns and strategically placed ruffles – a Marchesa signature were present. But a more prominent theme was acknowledged – Oriental Princess’.

Talia rolled with the look of the collection nodding to the “ancient orientalism” of the clothes by doing a “fresh take” on the traditional women from the era.

Backstage can be a little nuts, But Talia and the Le Métier team worked seamlessly getting model after model camera ready.

Alex Casertano Fall/Winter 2010

Makeup by Talia Shobrook for TEMPTU Pro

Key makeup artist for TEMPTU Talia Shobrook designed a minimalist beauty look to compliment the collection that centered on flawless, healthy skin. Shobrook used airbrush foundation and targeted highlighters to contour the face, topping it off with a perfect for fall wine-stained lip.

TALIA SHOBROOK / Makeup Artist  
New York-based makeup artist Talia Shobrook was born and raised in England. She graduated from Glasgow’s School of Art with a degree in Fine Art, and pursued her love of makeup and beauty products. Before assisting Lisa Butler Talia educated and trained staff at Aveda as well as students at the London College of Fashion. After honing her skills and developing a signature inventive, fresh aesthetic, Talia relocated to New York in 2006, where her talent was quickly recognized by the industry. 
Inspired by art, urban culture, and film, Talia has collaborated with publications such as American and British Vogue, Dazed & Confused, and i-D, and photographers Alexi Lubomirski, Karen Collins, and Ellen von Unwerth. Designers like Marchesa’s Georgina Chapman recognize Talia’s skills and professionalism and have continued to work with her regularly for their fashion week presentations. A-list celebrities as well as ingénue starlets like Emmy Rossum and Jessica Szohr equally appreciate her fashion-forward, classic execution for red carpet and press events. 
EDITORIAL Another Magazine, Another Man, BlackBook, Dazed and Confused, Dossier, ELLE (US, UK, France), French, Glamour (US, Italy), Harper’s Bazaar, i-D, InStyle (US, UK), L’Officiel, Lula, Marie Claire (US, Italy), RUSSH, S Magazine, Tatler (UK, Russia), V Magazine, VMan, Vogue (US, UK, Italy, Nippon), Wonderland
PHOTOGRAPHERS Adam Whitehead, Alexi Lubomirski, Andreas Larsson, Angelo Pennetta, Arthur Elgort, Bell Soto, Benjamin Horne, Brigitte Lacombe, David Armstrong, David LaChapelle, Daymion Mardel, Dusan Reljin, Ellen von Unwerth, Emma Summerton, Fabio Chizzola, Guy Aroch, Hilary Walsh, Inez and Vinoodh, Jason Bell, Karen Collins, Marc Todd, Max Farago, Michael Williams, Ondrea Barbe, Pamela Hanson, Patric Shaw, Philippe Salomon, Raymond Meier, Richard Kern, Sean Thomas, Sebastian Faena, Simon Emmett, Terry Richardson, Tesh, Theo Wenner, Tiziano Magni, Warwick Saint, William Waldron
CELEBRITIES Alexander Skarsgård, Ali Larter, Amanda Bynes, Amber Heard, Amy Winehouse, Anna Faris, Anna Friel, Anna Ortiz, Anne Hathaway, Billy Piper, Chloë Sevingy, Gwen Stefani, Heather Graham, Jenna Elfman, Jennifer Tilly, Jessica Szohr, Joy Bryant, Kate Bosworth, Leighton Meester, Lucy Lui, Mischa Barton, Nicole Richie, Olivia Wilde, Sarah Jessica Parker, Sheryl Crow, Tamara Mellon, Taylor Momsen, Winona Ryder
ADVERTISING Bal Harbor, Bloomingdale’s, Boot’s, Botox, Clairol, Design by Enzo Fusco, Dove, Ferre Milano, Free People, I ♥ Ronson, JCPenney, Lumieres, Neiman Marcus, OP, Pantene, Theory, Tory Burch, Uniqlo, White + Warren
SHOWS Alex Casertano, Boudicca, Caroline Seikaly, Jenny Packham, Marchesa, PPQ, Raphael Lopez, Reem Acra, Sue Stemp

TALIA SHOBROOK / Makeup Artist  

New York-based makeup artist Talia Shobrook was born and raised in England. She graduated from Glasgow’s School of Art with a degree in Fine Art, and pursued her love of makeup and beauty products. Before assisting Lisa Butler Talia educated and trained staff at Aveda as well as students at the London College of Fashion. After honing her skills and developing a signature inventive, fresh aesthetic, Talia relocated to New York in 2006, where her talent was quickly recognized by the industry.

Inspired by art, urban culture, and film, Talia has collaborated with publications such as American and British Vogue, Dazed & Confused, and i-D, and photographers Alexi Lubomirski, Karen Collins, and Ellen von Unwerth. Designers like Marchesa’s Georgina Chapman recognize Talia’s skills and professionalism and have continued to work with her regularly for their fashion week presentations. A-list celebrities as well as ingénue starlets like Emmy Rossum and Jessica Szohr equally appreciate her fashion-forward, classic execution for red carpet and press events.

EDITORIAL Another Magazine, Another Man, BlackBook, Dazed and Confused, Dossier, ELLE (US, UK, France), French, Glamour (US, Italy), Harper’s Bazaar, i-D, InStyle (US, UK), L’Officiel, Lula, Marie Claire (US, Italy), RUSSH, S Magazine, Tatler (UK, Russia), V Magazine, VMan, Vogue (US, UK, Italy, Nippon), Wonderland


PHOTOGRAPHERS Adam Whitehead, Alexi Lubomirski, Andreas Larsson, Angelo Pennetta, Arthur Elgort, Bell Soto, Benjamin Horne, Brigitte Lacombe, David Armstrong, David LaChapelle, Daymion Mardel, Dusan Reljin, Ellen von Unwerth, Emma Summerton, Fabio Chizzola, Guy Aroch, Hilary Walsh, Inez and Vinoodh, Jason Bell, Karen Collins, Marc Todd, Max Farago, Michael Williams, Ondrea Barbe, Pamela Hanson, Patric Shaw, Philippe Salomon, Raymond Meier, Richard Kern, Sean Thomas, Sebastian Faena, Simon Emmett, Terry Richardson, Tesh, Theo Wenner, Tiziano Magni, Warwick Saint, William Waldron


CELEBRITIES Alexander Skarsgård, Ali Larter, Amanda Bynes, Amber Heard, Amy Winehouse, Anna Faris, Anna Friel, Anna Ortiz, Anne Hathaway, Billy Piper, Chloë Sevingy, Gwen Stefani, Heather Graham, Jenna Elfman, Jennifer Tilly, Jessica Szohr, Joy Bryant, Kate Bosworth, Leighton Meester, Lucy Lui, Mischa Barton, Nicole Richie, Olivia Wilde, Sarah Jessica Parker, Sheryl Crow, Tamara Mellon, Taylor Momsen, Winona Ryder

ADVERTISING Bal Harbor, Bloomingdale’s, Boot’s, Botox, Clairol, Design by Enzo Fusco, Dove, Ferre Milano, Free People, I ♥ Ronson, JCPenney, Lumieres, Neiman Marcus, OP, Pantene, Theory, Tory Burch, Uniqlo, White + Warren


SHOWS Alex Casertano, Boudicca, Caroline Seikaly, Jenny Packham, Marchesa, PPQ, Raphael Lopez, Reem Acra, Sue Stemp

Style.com Presents: Golden Globes Beauty, A Panel Discussion
Johansson,  Portman, Jolie, Bieber! Everyone who’s anyone turned out for the 68th  annual Golden Globe Awards last night and while the fashion was fierce,  the beauty offered up even more points for discussion. HERE we asked  celebrity makeup artist (and Marchesa designers Georgina Chapman and  Keren Craig favorite) Talia Shobrook and Frédéric Fekkai’s national creative director Fabrice Gili to break down the ten most notable  hair and makeup looks from the show. On the list: Sandra’s bangs  (clip-ons, or no?), Justin’s bronzer abuse, and all things January  Jones—the lipstick and that blond wave, specifically. As for how she  pulled off the gravity-defying feat of keeping herself bound inside the  bodice of that Versace gown, your guess is as good as ours.
Photo: Getty Image

Style.com Presents: Golden Globes Beauty, A Panel Discussion

Johansson, Portman, Jolie, Bieber! Everyone who’s anyone turned out for the 68th annual Golden Globe Awards last night and while the fashion was fierce, the beauty offered up even more points for discussion. HERE we asked celebrity makeup artist (and Marchesa designers Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig favorite) Talia Shobrook and Frédéric Fekkai’s national creative director Fabrice Gili to break down the ten most notable hair and makeup looks from the show. On the list: Sandra’s bangs (clip-ons, or no?), Justin’s bronzer abuse, and all things January Jones—the lipstick and that blond wave, specifically. As for how she pulled off the gravity-defying feat of keeping herself bound inside the bodice of that Versace gown, your guess is as good as ours.

Photo: Getty Image

Marchesa Spring/Summer 2010

Makeup by Talia Shobrook for NARS Cosmetics

"The inspiration behind the collection came from Madame Butterfly. I wanted to capture the real look of Japan, create layers and bits of origami, said designer Georgina Chapman. The whimsical creations based in sculpted layers balanced the soft, bare faces that were accentuated with long lashes."

"We contoured the skin with matte and shimmery textures and added feathers to the eyes to provide dimension to the face," explained lead artist Talia Shobrook. A matte face was illuminated with a bit of shimmer. Feather lashes, custom created by NARS from the feathers on the Marchesa dresses, gave excitement to an otherwise simple look.

Talia Shobrook with TEMPTU Pro for Jenny Packham Fall/Winter 2011 

Inspiration can have the tendency of being born from unlikely sources. 
Jenny Packham’s Fall/Winter 2011 Collection was certainly not an exception to this rule.  Her heavenly collection   of shimmery gowns were actually inspired by the iridescence of a moth’s   wings.  Key makeup artist Talia Shobrook continued using Packham’s mothy muse in her makeup look for the show.
 “My   inspiration for the makeup was the ethereal creature, the moth.  As a   moth’s wings are different colors in different lights, I achieved this   by using a combination of highlighters and brighteners in addition to   using the airbrush, a perfect way to compliment the flawless skin needed   to achieve the look.”

Though TEMPTU PRO’s S/B Concealer Wheel helped create a flawless canvas, it was our S/B Highlighters that were the shining stars of this look.  Talia and the TEMPTU PRO  team  layered no less then three different Highlighter shades around the  eyes,  temples, and cheekbones to create a luminous opalescent effect  on the face.
“I  love  the radiance and luminosity of TEMPTU PRO S/B Highlighters, the glow  that  radiates off of the airbrushed highlighters has a shimmering  ethereal  effect, and allows you to invisibly sculpt the face with  light.”

Talia Shobrook with TEMPTU Pro for Jenny Packham Fall/Winter 2011 

Inspiration can have the tendency of being born from unlikely sources. 

Jenny Packham’s Fall/Winter 2011 Collection was certainly not an exception to this rule.  Her heavenly collection of shimmery gowns were actually inspired by the iridescence of a moth’s wings.  Key makeup artist Talia Shobrook continued using Packham’s mothy muse in her makeup look for the show.

 “My inspiration for the makeup was the ethereal creature, the moth.  As a moth’s wings are different colors in different lights, I achieved this by using a combination of highlighters and brighteners in addition to using the airbrush, a perfect way to compliment the flawless skin needed to achieve the look.”

Though TEMPTU PRO’s S/B Concealer Wheel helped create a flawless canvas, it was our S/B Highlighters that were the shining stars of this look.  Talia and the TEMPTU PRO team layered no less then three different Highlighter shades around the eyes, temples, and cheekbones to create a luminous opalescent effect on the face.

“I love the radiance and luminosity of TEMPTU PRO S/B Highlighters, the glow that radiates off of the airbrushed highlighters has a shimmering ethereal effect, and allows you to invisibly sculpt the face with light.”


Style.com Presents: “Seventies Glam Meets City Chic: Beauty Bytes From Rachel Zoe’s Debut Collection”

“Everybody is expecting something from me that’s kind of a seventies, über-boho-glam kind of thing, and it’s not,” Rachel Zoe said back in January, when she showed her debut collection to a group    of editors and buyers in the West Village. The jumpsuits, wide-leg    trousers, and leather-trimmed capes on view for the first time here suggest otherwise, though—as did the last-days-of-disco beauty look    that accompanied it. “It’s a seventies, Guy Bourdin flawless look,”  Talia Shobrook said of the deep berry lip, gilded eye, and contoured   cheeks that Zoe requested.
The celebrity makeup artist and celebrity stylist are frequent    collaborators, both on the red carpet and the catwalk. “[Rachel] styled    the first Marchesa show,” pointed out Shobrook, who happens to be    Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig’s go-to face painter. Now, however,    it’s Zoe at the design helm. “She was very particular about what the    woman should be; it was my job to translate that into makeup,” Shobrook    explained. That meant chiseled cheekbones sculpted using a darker    foundation applied on top of a perfect canvas, courtesy of Temptu’s    airbrush system. “It’s really the most hygienic way to do makeup,”    Shobrook said of the professional line, which launched an at-home system two years ago. “People get scared when they see it—ooh, it’s a    machine,” she joked. “But beauty is progressing. You can buy laser hair    removal kits at Sephora!” Layered highlights in Temptu Bronzer Warm   Glow  and its highlighters in Pink Pearl and Champagne finished the   face,  which was accented with gold eye shadow and a glossy, saturated   burgundy  pout meant to mimic the vampy nails coated with Essie’s Berry Hard.

Style.com Presents: “Seventies Glam Meets City Chic: Beauty Bytes From Rachel Zoe’s Debut Collection”

“Everybody is expecting something from me that’s kind of a seventies, über-boho-glam kind of thing, and it’s not,” Rachel Zoe said back in January, when she showed her debut collection to a group of editors and buyers in the West Village. The jumpsuits, wide-leg trousers, and leather-trimmed capes on view for the first time here suggest otherwise, though—as did the last-days-of-disco beauty look that accompanied it. “It’s a seventies, Guy Bourdin flawless look,” Talia Shobrook said of the deep berry lip, gilded eye, and contoured cheeks that Zoe requested.

The celebrity makeup artist and celebrity stylist are frequent collaborators, both on the red carpet and the catwalk. “[Rachel] styled the first Marchesa show,” pointed out Shobrook, who happens to be Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig’s go-to face painter. Now, however, it’s Zoe at the design helm. “She was very particular about what the woman should be; it was my job to translate that into makeup,” Shobrook explained. That meant chiseled cheekbones sculpted using a darker foundation applied on top of a perfect canvas, courtesy of Temptu’s airbrush system. “It’s really the most hygienic way to do makeup,” Shobrook said of the professional line, which launched an at-home system two years ago. “People get scared when they see it—ooh, it’s a machine,” she joked. “But beauty is progressing. You can buy laser hair removal kits at Sephora!” Layered highlights in Temptu Bronzer Warm Glow and its highlighters in Pink Pearl and Champagne finished the face, which was accented with gold eye shadow and a glossy, saturated burgundy pout meant to mimic the vampy nails coated with Essie’s Berry Hard.

Le Métier de Beauté Trend Report: Marchesa Fall 2011 Fashion Show
The inspiration at the Marchesa F/W  ’11  runway show reminds us of a  damsel caught in a nightmare. A  “deconstructed heiress” was the  overall look created by key makeup  artist, Talia Shobrook for Le Métier de Beauté. Keep reading to see which products were used to create the beauty look at the Marchesa Fall/Winer 2011 show. 
Le Métier de Beauté products used: 
Face
Talia wanted the skin to radiate from within, so she created a very sheer, natural luminosity with Le Métier de Beauté’s Soft Touch Tinted Moisturizer with SPF 15.
Flawless Finish Concealer was added whereneeded to blend away redness and irregularities,focusing   on the corners of the inner eye corners, undereye, around the  nostrils.
Le Métier de Beauté’s Radiance Powder Rouge in Fresh was applied gently to the cheeks using a fan brush.
To keep the face matte and eliminate any shine, Classic Flawless Finish Translucent Loose Powder in was applied lightly to finish.
Eyes
To create a dewy, three-dimensional effect, Magic Lustre Crème, which turns any powder into a cream,was applied on the eye lid.
True Colour Eye Shadow in Peachy Keen, Innocence and Fire Lilywere   combined tocreate an antique, tea stained effect around the eyes. This   eye shadow color combination was finger blended over the center of the   lid near the lash line,above the crease towards the brows and to the   bottom outer corner of the eye.
The bottom water linewas lined with Dualistic Eye Pencil in Blizzard.
True Colour Eye Shadow in Mulberry and Canvas wereblended and applied under the bottom lash line.
Anamorphic Lash Mascara in Brownish Black was applied to both the top and bottom lashes.
To create a soft finish, Eye Brightening and Setting Powder in Refresh was applied below the eye orbital and used to soften any harsh lines.
Eyebrows were groomed and filled in to the arch using Brow Bound Eyebrow Pencil.
Lips
Lips were also finger coated with Magic Lustre Crème and the combination of  True Colour Eye Shadow in Peachy Keen, Innocence and Fire Lily to create a natural lip stain.
Images courtesy from Le Métier de Beauté & Style.com

Le Métier de Beauté Trend Report: Marchesa Fall 2011 Fashion Show

The inspiration at the Marchesa F/W  ’11 runway show reminds us of a damsel caught in a nightmare. A “deconstructed heiress” was the overall look created by key makeup artist, Talia Shobrook for Le Métier de Beauté. Keep reading to see which products were used to create the beauty look at the Marchesa Fall/Winer 2011 show. 

Le Métier de Beauté products used:

Face

Eyes

Lips

Images courtesy from Le Métier de Beauté & Style.com

INSIDE SCOOP: Talia Shobrook and the Le Métier de Beauté teamup at Marchesa SS’11

It only gets better…

The Marchesa SS’11 presentation at the  Chelsea Art Gallery was one for the books. With only a few collections  left to show for the Spring season Georgina Chapman left things on a  very sweet note. Cascading gowns and strategically placed ruffles – a  Marchesa signature were present. But a more prominent theme was  acknowledged – Oriental Princess’.

Talia rolled with the look of the  collection nodding to the “ancient orientalism” of the clothes by doing a  “fresh take” on the traditional women from the era.

Backstage can be a little nuts, But Talia and the Le Métier team worked seamlessly getting model after model camera ready.

INSIDE SCOOP: Talia Shobrook and the Le Métier de Beauté teamup at Marchesa SS’11

It only gets better…

The Marchesa SS’11 presentation at the Chelsea Art Gallery was one for the books. With only a few collections left to show for the Spring season Georgina Chapman left things on a very sweet note. Cascading gowns and strategically placed ruffles – a Marchesa signature were present. But a more prominent theme was acknowledged – Oriental Princess’.

Talia rolled with the look of the collection nodding to the “ancient orientalism” of the clothes by doing a “fresh take” on the traditional women from the era.

Backstage can be a little nuts, But Talia and the Le Métier team worked seamlessly getting model after model camera ready.

Alex Casertano Fall/Winter 2010

Makeup by Talia Shobrook for TEMPTU Pro

Key makeup artist for TEMPTU Talia Shobrook designed a minimalist beauty look to compliment the collection that centered on flawless, healthy skin. Shobrook used airbrush foundation and targeted highlighters to contour the face, topping it off with a perfect for fall wine-stained lip.

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