Meet the Makeup Products Behind This Stunning Runway Show Look

Updated 11/08/19

Makeup extraordinaire Victoria Baron was the wizard behind the stunning looks at the David Jones A/W 18 Runway Show this season. The dramatic eye and fresh skin combination was the product of not one brand like most runway shows, but a selection of the best picks from David Jones' huge beauty offering. So, Baron quite literally picked the best of the best and the result was pretty epic.

A model backstage at David Jones A/W 18
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First up is skin prep. Baron opted for the Estée Lauder Revitalizing Supreme + Cell Power Wake Up Balm and the Equal Beauty Moisture Eye Veil ($110) for a plump and hydrated canvas. Once the complexion was all glowy and wonderful, Baron used Bobbi Brown's Skin Foundation to give a fresh, even finish. Mac's Studio Waterweight Concealer was on hand to lightly cover (unlikely) blemishes, dark circles, or redness

As for color, Baron used a little Estée Lauder Double Wear Radiant Bronze Cushion Stick to lightly contour. The matching Highlighting Cushion Stick was then pressed lightly onto high points for a soft wash of luminosity. The eyes were the focus, so Baron went for the muted greys found in the Yves Saint Laurent Couture Variation Palette in Shade 4 with Mac Pigment in Copper Sparkle pressed into the center.

To truly recreate this look, don't blend the copper pigment so the look can stay modern, young, and slightly disheveled. 

To finish, the lips were kept subtle with just a touch of Shu Uemura's Lacque Supreme in shade BG02. Below is the finished look in all its glory.

Want more? We asked Baron for a few of her best makeup tips. 

Byrdie: Best tips for makeup that stays put all day? 

Victoria Baron: Keep tissues on hand for blotting (they're so much better than powder), and Mac Prep + Prime Fix + Mist keeps everything in place. I use it to finish almost every single look. 

B: What's the best way to cover a pimple? 

VB: Find a good coverage concealer with lots of pigment, and use it sparingly. Piling on layers of makeup will only make things look worse. That, or turn it into a freckle. If it suits, I'll take a matte brown pencil and draw a light freckle over the top—no one will ever know. 

B: What's your number one makeup trend for 2018? 

VB: Color and texture. So many brands are working on amazing products that combine both elements. I think we will be seeing a lot of new textures in bright, amazing shades

B: Number one makeup product you can't live without? 

VB: It would have to be Lanolips 101 Ointment because you can literally use it for anything; lips, eyes, cheekbones. It's the best. 

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