New York Fashion Week 2013: Alice + Olivia

Designer: Alice and Olivia

Key Makeup Artist: Sarah Lucero

Makeup: Stila Cosmetics

Inspiration: A romantic renaissance look with bronzed eyes and a bold lip.


Stila All Day Foundation and Concealer


In the light eye shadow palette

Metal eyes foil finish shadow in Bronze


Stay all day waterproof brow color


Custom color blush in self adjusting bronze


Stay all day lip vinyl gloss in merlot


Hair:  Morrocan Oil

Inspiration: Romantic and feminine with a rockstar edge.


Hair How-to:

  • Part hair down the middle
  • Braid each side in opposite directions
  • Finish by wrapping the braids around the head securing with bobby pins.


Nails: NCLA

Nail Shades used:


Maree About Maree

Fueled by her love (obsession) of all things beauty, Maree Sye writes from the viewpoint of the everyday woman. Recently transitioning from a decade long career as an executive in the cosmetics industry to her current role as sales manager for a baby goods company, Maree has turned her insider information into a spectator sport. Choosing products appropriate for the office, understanding how to transition from day to night, and constantly seeking the elusive weekend “makeup, no makeup” look are the issues that keep Maree up at night. When she is not testing out products and blabbing about them on This That Beauty, you can find her blabbings on A Little Bit etc, her personal fashion/beauty blog – it’s a little bit fashion, a little bit beauty and a whole lot of sass. Maree currently resides in Bergdorf Goodman (or her apt in Midtown Manhattan), spends her summers vacationing at Sephora (or the dog park near her apt), and dreams of one day amassing so much makeup, that she will need a bigger home. Follow Maree on twitter @alittlebitetc or follow her down the street if you like – most likely she is on her way to pick up a new lipstick.


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